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Researchers have begun to incorporate emotion as an explanatory construct in organizational studies. The present study sought to determine how the expressed emotion of top-level managers in a Fortune 500 organization undergoing a major transformation effort was associated with their assessments...
This study examined whether mentor-protégé agreement regarding mentor transformational leadership behavior would influence the quality of mentoring relationships. Mentors in 199 mentor-protégé dyads were classified as overestimators, underestimators, or in agreement based on the difference...
Case studies of product and process improvements in four work groups were analyzed to determine the extent to which formal planned change processes; ad hoc, emergent change processes; individual activities; and group activities contributed to those improvements. Results showed that (a)...
The objective of our study is to provide a complementary approach with regard to organizational justice in the domain of compensation. It presents research undertaken on a sample of 285 employees in three different Canadian organizations. The results reveal that employees distinguish clearly...
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