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Team role preference, as formulated by Meredith Belbin, and cognitive style are both rooted in personality. As a consequence, it should be possible to successfully hypothesise certain relationships between team role preferences and cognitive style, or one or more of its components. To test this...
The research investigates the possibility that people in managerial positions in organisations in the former Soviet Union may not match western models of management, and may not be well suited to the new environment. The research finds many differences in psychological profile between FSU...
This paper discusses the use of drugs in the workplace with particular enphasis on the practice of drug testing, outlining arguments, both for and against. We conclude that drug testing tends to destroy the employee‐employer relationship, recommending strongly not to engage in the practice....
Projective identification occurs when an individual or group, unable to bear certain features of their own reality, unconsciously splits these features off and projects them into another individual or group. As these features do not reside in the conscious minds of those who do the projecting,...
The temporal aspects of strategy and decision making have not, until recently, been accorded the importance they deserve. This paper describes a study undertaken to measure the temporal perception of people in an organization. An instrument was devised which the authors have called “the circle...
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