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Participant observation, in which research is carried out through the direct participation of the researcher in the situation of interest, is a method of considerable interest to managerial psychologists, and others such as staff officers and other employees who carry out a similar role....
Examines the relationships between subordinates′ ratings of boss‐subordinate relationships and supervisors′ overall performance ratings. Data were collected from 3,232 managers (499 work groups) in a large North American information systems firm. Shows that supervisor and subordinate performance...
Uses The Wizard of Oz as a metaphor for a workforce comprising of Scarecrows, Tinmen and Cowardly Lions. Specifically addresses the topics of disempowered workers, barriers to empowering employees, steps to empowerment, and benefits to organizations of having self‐directed and empowered...
Deals with the manager and the organization from the point of view of personal counselling of managers. Sharpens the different perspectives from which organizational counsellors may view the work of counselling, perspectives that are apt to lead to conflicts of perception between helping the...
Success in appropriating technological innovations is likely to be a key factor in maintaining a firm′s competitive advantage. Managers′ cognitions, or belief systems, play an important role in the decision‐making process that leads to the adoption of innovations, but research in this area has...
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