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Purpose – To explore the relationship between managers' cognitive maps and their performance as managers at the same level in the same organisation. Design/methodology/approach – Field study involving 30 branch managers in a financial services organisation operating in New Zealand. A...
Purpose – To compare the experience of occupational stress across a large and diverse set of occupations. Three stress related variables (psychological well‐being, physical health and job satisfaction) are discussed and comparisons are made between 26 different occupations on each of these...
Purpose – To investigate the new leadership dimensions questionnaire (LDQ) and a related framework for assessing an individual's leadership style in relation to the context in which the leader works; the three new LDQ sub‐scales designed to measure organisational context, follower commitment...
Purpose – This study is an attempt to contribute to an emerging stream of research, which attempts to explore how work commitment forms affect one another and how together they serve to influence work behaviour and outcomes. Design/methodology/approach – Drawing on five universal forms of...
Purpose – To examine the psychometric properties and construct validity of the general decision making style (GDMS) questionnaire in two UK samples. Design/methodology/approach – The GDMS takes the form of a self‐report questionnaire which identifies five decision making styles: rational,...
Purpose – It has been observed time and again by researchers that one must be highly adaptive in order to be effective. Number of instruments are available, but most of them have been developed and then standardized on western population. To ensure utility of some of the well‐known...
Purpose – This study examines the moderating influence of the Big Five factors of agreeableness, extraversion, and emotional stability on the relationship between conflict and well‐being. Design/methodology/approach – Two field studies were conducted in which respondents were asked to fill...
Purpose – The purpose of the research is to demonstrate the impact of psychological contract infringement (independent variable) on organizational commitment, exit, voice and neglect (dependent variables) within a Canadian federal public organization located in Quebec, where individual (e.g....
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