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. 11, No. 2, 2007

A Call for Studying Reorganizations at the Micro-Level
ABSTRACTThe research analyzing corporate reorganizations at the micro-level is in short supply. Micro-level reorganizations are reorganizations that are not corporate-wide in nature. These micro-level restructures occur at the functional unit level within...
A Multi-Study Investigation of Self-Efficacy Measurement Issues
ABSTRACTThis research explores the self-efficacy-performance relationship in the classroom. Previous research done in this setting has typically reported correlations that are approximately half of what is found in other settings. This paper proposes...
"Because Eq Can't Be Told": Doing Something about Emotional Intelligence
ABSTRACTInterest in emotional intelligence (EQ) has grown exponentially over the past decade, thanks to several widely reprinted articles in the Harvard Business Review and subsequent best-selling books by Daniel Goleman and other EQ authors. Growing...
Culture an Overused Term and International Joint Ventures: A Review of the Literature and a Case Study
ABSTRACTAOL TIME WARNER, Compac and HP, Enron and Anderson, and September 11, 2001. What do all of these have in common? A confluence of culture. Today, culture is an overused to term. What is culture? This literature review of culture and the accompanying...
Developing an Effective Company Policy for Employee Internet and Email Use
ABSTRACTThis paper provides the necessary organizational steps to develop an effective employee Internet and email policy. First, we examine the growth in personal use of the Internet and email in the workplace. Second, we will explain the potential...
Organizational Culture Fit and Outcomes in Six National Contexts: An Organizational Level Analysis
ABSTRACTA group level analysis was conducted on person-organization fit by examining differences between employees' perceptions of their current organizational culture and a description of the organizational culture they viewed as most conducive to effective...
Population, Employment, and Marital Status Trends: Predicting the Number of Women in Managerial Positions
ABSTRACTThere is much interest in the "glass ceiling" limiting advancement of women in top management and numerous studies have attempted to explain this trend. Possible explanations include discrimination, differing qualities, attitudes, or gender-specific...
Selecting a Better Carrot: Organizational Learning, Formal Rewards and Culture - a Behavioral Perspective
ABSTRACTA behavioral understanding of the complex interactions of culture, rewards and individual performance is critical in business. The role of compensation and rewards in their various forms influence employee behaviors and the influencers of and...
The Extent of Gift Authorships in Business Journals
ABSTRACTThe faculty at 15 AACSB accredited colleges of business who had co-authored published articles in business journals were surveyed for their views on: 1) the impact of AACSB on faculty scholarly efforts, 2) the preferred order of author listing...