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In a country that has experienced over 15 years of politically driven change, the New Zealand Police Service (NZP) is now in the midst of an ambitious change programme called Policing 2000 ( P2 ). Challenging traditional policing assumptions, P2 is a total quality management (TQM) approach that...
The motive to manage impressions has been broken down into protective and acquisitive orientations. A protective orientation exists when an individual is concerned primarily with encountering disapproval, rather than approval, from the relevant audience. An acquisitive orientation exists when an...
Recent research suggests that cross‐cultural training should be timed with motivation to learn which may make postarrival training a more effective alternative to more traditional, predeparture training. Swedish business expatriates in Hong Kong were surveyed examining their preference for...
In a supposedly “globalising” world, we offer a “localisation” counterbalance from Tanzania and Malawi. Our perspective is purposely anchored in the socio‐cultural perceptions of indigenous employees working within organisations in these two African nations. From these Afrocentric perspectives,...
This study looked at seven attitudinal and three personality variable correlates of three measures of pace of life. Pace of life was operationalised as three distinct measures; walking pace, postal service speed, and clock accuracy. Correlational and multiple regression analyses revealed that...
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