Organizational Intelligence Essays and Term Papers

  • Role of Emotional Intelligence in Organizational Learning: an Empirical Study.

    Role of emotional intelligence in organizational learning: an empirical study. By Kumar Singh, Sanjay Publication: Singapore Management Review Date: Sunday, July 1 2007 You are viewing page 1 Abstract This study examines the impact of emotional intelligence on organizational learning. Based on...

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  • Organizational Change Plan - Improving Performance Trough Use of Business Intelligence

     Organizational Change Plan - Improving Performance Trough Use of Business Intelligence Organizational Change Plan - Improving Performance Trough Use of Business Intelligence Improving performance in health care organizations is a current and necessary goal. Methods for improving performance...

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  • Emotional Intelligence

    Management Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala When psychologists began research on intelligence, they focused on non – emotional aspects such as thinking, cognition, intellect, memory and problem solving (Intelligence Quotient). However, there were researchers who recognised early on that, emotional...

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  • Emotional Intelligence

    (10): 1308-1315, 2012 ISSN 1818-4952 © IDOSI Publications, 2012 Impact of Employee Decision Making Styles on Organizational Performance: In the Moderating Role of Emotional Intelligence 1 Rana Rashid Rehman, 2Arfan Khalid and 2Majid Khan Quaid-i-Azam School of Management Sciences (QASMS), ...

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  • Hr Intelligence Framework

    HR Intelligence Advancing People Research & Strategy Dr. Salvatore Falletta, GPHR Associate Professor, Human Resource Development Drexel University President & CEO Leadersphere, Inc Presentation Outline      Welcome to the Intelligence Era! HR Research & Measurement Practices Defining...

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  • Life

    Intelligence theories by gardner and sternberg: There are different approaches to understanding intelligence. The psychometric view is the most traditional one. According to this approach, there is a single intelligence, which is often called general intelligence. Every individual is born with a certain...

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  • Emotional Intelligence

    franchise Emotional intelligence seems to be everywhere. Educators, executives, and life-style gurus have all bowed to the notion that what people need most in contemporary life is emotional awareness, heightened sensitivity, and street smarts. But what is ‘‘emotional intelligence’’? To answer such questions...

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  • Emotional intelligence

    emotional intelligence have on their organizational climate?” Through the first month of the class, the chapter that the two of us found the most intriguing was chapter 4 on emotional intelligence. We were particularly interested in how big of an effect a manager’s emotional intelligence level has on...

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  • Labor

    1818-4952 © IDOSI Publications, 2012 The Effect of Emotional Labor Strategies on Employees Job Performance and Organizational Commitment in Hospital Sector: Moderating Role of Emotional Intelligence in Iran 1 Kamal Ghalandari, 2Maryam Ghorbani Ghale Jogh, 3Mahdi Imani and 4Leila Babaei Nia Department...

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  • Organisational Behavior

    STUDY 1) To analyze and interpret the scores measuring emotional intelligence (EI), job satisfaction (JS) and work commitment (WC) in managers. 2) To identify the effect of variables like age and gender on Emotional Intelligence. 3) To review similar studies done earlier, and analyze our data...

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  • Leadership Style

    environments in which they operate, trying to survive and be as competitive as possible.) In the processes of, the socalled emergence, the formal organizational structure, designed purposefully and with a plan, is going through a change due to complexity and the need for adaptation. As a result, there is...

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  • the role of emotional intelligence in increasing quality of work life in school principals

    role of emotional intelligence in increasing quality of work life in school principals Saeid Farahbakhsh a * a Associate Professor, Department of Education, Lorestan University, Khorramabad,Iran Abstract The main aim of this research was to study the emotional intelligence and its relation to...

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  • Emotional Intelligence

    Recruiting the best: using Emotional Intelligence as a selection criteria. Pradeepa Wijetunge PhD Librarian University of Peradeniya Peradeniya Sri Lanka E-mail:librarian@pdn.ac.lk Every business person knows a story about a highly intelligent, highly skilled executive who was promoted into a leadership...

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  • Global Communications Benchmarking

    companies that have faced specific issues related to what Team A has identified in the scenario and connected with organizational communication, emotional intelligence, and organizational commitment course concepts. For each company selected, Team A will identify the issue in the scenario that is also...

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  • Response to "Intelligence Failures: an Organizational Economics Perspective”

    make an example of the failures and ineffectiveness of the United States intelligence system in this examination of the tradeoffs intelligence organizations ordinarily face. They assess the organizational economics of an intelligence agency through the analysis of key factors that prevent or handicap efforts...

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  • Problem Solution: Global Communications

    philosophy of “Our Edge is People” and their decision to layoff employees and cutback on salaries and benefits. Cognitive dissonance is an emotional intelligence barrier which “creates an uncomfortable tension (dissonance) that we are motivated to reduce by changing one or more of these elements” (McShane...

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  • Understanding Human Brain and Intelligence

    Understanding Human Brain and Intelligence 1. There are many principles of how people can improve the cognitive capability. Discuss at least five primary principles. (10M) 2. What is Emotional Intelligence? What is the main role of EI. Why it is so important? (10M) 3. Organizational Learning VS Learning Organization...

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  • Global Communications Benchmarking Paper

    similar issues of organizational communication and emotional intelligence. The major concepts GC can learn from other companies are: emotional intelligence, organizational commitment, channels of communication, and organizational communication. The two major gaps were emotional intelligence and organizational...

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  • Impact of Hrd Mechanism on Emotional Intelligence

    A Capstone Project On IMPLICATION OF HRD MECHANISM ON EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Submitted to LOVELY PROFESSIONAL UNIVERSITY in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Submitted by: Shivan Elyas(11108435) Sheetal Verma(11106055) Soni Sharma(11104934)...

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  • Leadership

    of power, contingency factors, influencing tactics, political environment, conflict resolution (Colquitt, Lepine & Wesson, 2013), and emotional intelligence (Goleman, 1998). Using the traits discussed above this paper will analyze whether a senior level leader within the government is considered to be...

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