Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict

Semiannual journal publishes theoretical and empirical works in business oriented areas of organizational communications and behavior, conflict resolution, and human resources management.

Articles from Vol. 14, No. 2, July

An Empirical Study of Attitudes toward Recognition among Civilian Municipal Employees in a 'U.S.' City
INTRODUCTION Civil servants with a motivation to public service fulfill a portion of their personal goals and needs through such service. (Heinrich, 2007) Despite that, the 2003 Report of the National Commission on the Public Service pointed to...
Gender Role in Job Satisfaction: The Case of the U.S. Information Technology Professionals
INTRODUCTION The subject of job satisfaction is considered to be one of the most studied work related attitudes by organizational behaviorists and human resources researchers in both private and public sectors (Bedeian, Ferris, & Kacmar, 1992;...
Substitutes for Leadership and Job Satisfaction: Is There a Relationship?
INTRODUCTION This paper examines the relationship between selected substitutes for leadership (Kerr & Jermier, 1978) and the concept of job satisfaction. Previous research on leadership substitutes focused on identifying and explaining the basic...
Testing Multi-Dimensional Nature of "New Leadership" in a Non-Western Context: The Case of Malaysia
INTRODUCTION Leadership can be practiced by any organization members regardless of their status in the organizations, and leadership is generally understood as the ability to exert influence over others (Peabody, 1962). Past studies (Ansari, 1990;...
The Impact of Corporate Tax Executive Credentials on Person-Organization Fit
INTRODUCTION Researchers in organization management and applied psychology have suggested that the ability of corporate executives to effectively manage and produce desired results is related to the extent to which their values match those of the...
Transformational Leadership, Campus Climate and It's Impact on Student Retention
INTRODUCTION Transformational leadership fosters a collaborative approach to problem solving. Hallenger's transformational leadership focused on increasing the organizational or institutional capacity to develop collaborative approaches in student...
Why So Few Minority Professors in Higher Education?
INTRODUCTION In the United States minorities have long been underrepresented in many different areas. Since its infancy social inequities have been a part of this country with the majority building a structure that ensures things will always remain...
Work Locus of Control and the Multidimensionality of Job Satisfaction
INTRODUCTION At no point in history have there been more people in the workforce than there are today. These individuals are constantly faced with new expectations, goals and other pressures in our modern organizations. This social milieu and other...