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Latest publications:
Attitudinal and Behavioral Outcomes of P-O Fit and Work Engagement in Hotel Staff

This study clarifies the role of work engagement in the relationship between the congruence of personal and organizational values and organizational commitment, intention to stay, and recommendation of hotel staff.

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Published online: March 6, 2017

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Management and Alcohol in Post-Bureaucratic Firms: Understanding Power Relations and the Worker

The paper focuses on the issue of alcohol in work organisations. It aims to understand how alcohol is constructed as a "problem" at work and the discourses shaping it.

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Published online: February 24, 2017

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Organizational Cultures: An International Journal , Volume 17, Issue 1

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Issue: Print [Authors Only]

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Issue: Electronic

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Addressing the Problem of Acquiescence Bias in Career Anchor Measurement

The difficulty in identifying the underlying factor structure of career anchors may be partially due to acquiescence bias in the COI. This study attempts to address this using economic exchange.

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Does Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) Quality Always Yield Positive Outcomes for Organizations? LMX as the Moderating Variable of the Formation of Counter-productive Work Behavior’s Ripple Effect

LMX quality could also have a negative influence on an organization when the leader of the organization has negative perceptions and negative behaviors toward the organization.

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Cultural Fit and Desired Organizational Values: The Case of ARFCO

This case study analyzes the degree of cultural agreement among members of an organization, identifying the values (both extant and desired) perceived by leadership and staff clusters. It used Q-methodology.

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Published Online: September 26, 2016

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How Do Positive Acts Influence Success at Work? A Case Study of Enterprise Leaders’ and Employees’ Perceptions of Success

This study discusses the phenomenon of success at work as the combination of well-being and productivity at work in an enterprise context.

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Published Online: September 3, 2016

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Organizational Obstacles in the Academy: Cultural Perceptions of the Academic Librarian

This paper analyzes the impact of organizational culture on the perceptions of professional identity and development of academic librarians within the higher education community.

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Published Online: September 9, 2016

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Development of an Instrument for Assessing Corporate Culture in the Context of EFQM Excellence Model

This study investigates the main requirements and characteristics for assessing culture in context of EFQM and proposes a practical instrument, which can be easily integrated in the EFQM implementation process.

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Career-Anchor Model Fit Evaluated In the Context of a Variety of Populations

Several studies seek to identify a universal career anchor structure model. This study investigates whether or not a universal model is possible.

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