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. 17, No. 1, January

A Comparison of the Readability of Newspaper Columns Written by National Journalism Award Winners
INTRODUCTION Communication technology improvements introduced in recent years have opened up media outlets to global audiences. Individuals in countries around the globe have Internet access to news media throughout the world, including the U.S....
Drivers for Workplace Gossip: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior
INTRODUCTION Informal communication is widely known and has been suggested to be important for facilitating communication, improving trust, maintaining cohesiveness, and ensuring a sense of personal autonomy (Charles, 2007; Thomas, Zolin, &...
Gender (In)equality in Korean Firms: Results from Stakeholders Interviews
INTRODUCTION Despite legal improvements in women's rights since 1988 and increased access to education in the past fifty years for women, female labor participation in Korea as of 2011 stood at 49.2%, one of the lowest rates for an OECD country...
Implementing and Maintaining a Knowledge Sharing Culture Via Knowledge Management Teams: A Shared Leadership Approach
INTRODUCTION The need to effectively manage both organizational knowledge and organizational teams present both opportunity and challenge for the contemporary organization. In the area of knowledge management, the challenges range from creating...
Job Satisfaction and Organizational Performance: Evidence from Canadian Credit Union
INTRODUCTION In the recent years since the turn of the century, companies have found themselves in an economy heavily affected by globalization, an economy in which knowledge and information are indispensible elements in order to succeed. The importance...
Journey to the Top: Are There Really Gender Differences in the Selection and Utilization of Career Tactics?
INTRODUCTION There exists extensive research on career success characteristics, yet focused upward mobility studies are few and results have been inconclusive and often contested (Barrick & Zimmerman, 2009; Carter & Silva, 2010; Groysberg,...
Military Sexual Assault Prevention and Response: The Bystander Intervention Training Approach
INTRODUCTION Money being spent by the US Military on Sexual Assault Prevention has increased over the years. While it was not until 2005 that Congress mandated the Department of Defense form a task force to investigate the issue and develop a program...
Organizational Culture on Community Health Outcomes after the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic
INTRODUCTION Public health preparedness and response has been nominated as one of the ten great public health achievements of the first decade of the 21st century (CDC, 2011b). The 2009-2010 U.S. public health vaccination campaign has been presented...
The Melting Pot vs. the Salad Bowl: A Call to Explore Regional Cross-Cultural Differences and Similarities within the U.S.A
INTRODUCTION Culture impacts nearly every aspect of business, including managerial decision making, planning, organizing, leadership, human resource management, marketing, and consumer behavior to name only a few. Researchers within the field of...
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