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. 9, No. 3, Fall

Age Bias in Assessment Center Ratings
Due to the changing demographics of the labor force, more and more organizations are recognizing the need to effectively manage diversity in order to remain competitive. Increasing attention is being paid to employee diversity with respect to languages,...
CEO Perceptions of Strategic Leadership
By their nature strategic decisions deal with the long-term health and vitality of the total organization. They are the most important decisions that executives make and, therefore, normally fall within the purview of top management. Because of their...
Economic Value Added (EVA Super TM): An Empirical Examination of a New Corporate Performance Measure
Is there a single measure of corporate performance enabling investors to identify investment opportunities and motivate managers to make value-added business decisions? Obviously, this is a question of utmost importance to investors, managers, and business...
Managing Emotions in the Workplace
Over the past ten years, increasing attention has been given to how workers express emotions in a variety of work settings (Ashforth and Humphrey, 1995; Rafaeli and Sutton, 1987, 1989; Sutton, 1991; Wharton and Erickson, 1993). An underresearched, yet...
The Relationships between Generic and Time-Based Strategies and Performance
Scholars and practitioners alike have converged on the notion that competitive advantage can be attained through the superior use of time. For instance, Japanese firms are able to design, develop, and produce new products at a much quicker rate than...
Toward an Understanding of Loyalty: The Moderating Role of Trust
Gaining and holding a loyal customer base is a key corporate challenge in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Customers dictate profits, and how the customer is treated and how the company backs up its commitments to their products and services...
Women in Management and Firm Financial Performance: An Exploratory Study
Modern business is clearly conducted in uncertain contexts. Today's firms are faced with ever increasing international competitive pressures, unstable capricious markets, new and complex technologies, and with dramatic changes in society in general....
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