Journal of Managerial Issues

This journal provides scholarly information on issues relating to the theory of organizations and the practice of management.

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 2, Summer

Evaluating Corporate Performance: A Comparison of the Fortune Reputation Survey and the Socrates Social Rating Database
Organizational efficacy, effectiveness, and efficiency are perhaps the most compelling and important topics in strategic management and organization theory. In the world of business, these issues are embodied in the concept of corporate performance,...
Meeting Management and Group Character Development
Although managers spend nearly 75% of their time in meetings, this organizational rite is often neglected as a lever for work process improvement and group character development (Johann, 1994; Tropman, 1996a). In addition, few leaders are trained to...
On the Relationship between DSS Design Characteristics and Ethical Decision Making
The impact of unethical decisions on organizations and their stakeholders is significant to our society and has been the focus of recent research (e.g., Ford and Richardson, 1994; Frederick, 1987). Although organizations rigorously examine the business...
Perceptions of Organizational Responses to Formal Sexual Harassment Complaints
Research over the past two decades has revealed that the percentage of employees who perceive themselves as targets of workplace sexual harassment (SH) is substantial (Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC), 1996; Farley, 1978; Gutek, 1985; Fitzgerald...
Selecting the Dimensions That Define Strategic Groups: A Novel Market-Driven Approach
This purpose of this article is to introduce and illustrate a novel approach that improves the process of defining strategic groups. The approach overcomes the subjectivity associated with selecting strategic dimensions as the basis for group formation...
The Influence of Individual Differences on Reactions to Co-Workers' Ingratiatory Behaviors
Organizational politics has been defined as the enactment of self-serving behaviors designed to influence another party in order to obtain some personal goal or a goal not sanctioned by the organization (Drory and Romm, 1990). Researchers have linked...
Transfer Pricing Strategies and Lot Sizing Decisions
Companies often use a decentralized form of organization to achieve informational and organizational efficiencies. When the decentralized segments of the organization interact, transfer prices must be established for goods and services exchanged. The...
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