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. 28, No. 3-4, Fall-Winter

Improving Mentoring Outcomes: Examining Factors outside the Relationship
Because mentoring has been found to be associated with meaningful benefits for mentees (for review, Eby et at., 2013), many organizations are implementing formal mentoring programs in order to develop employees and build talent (Laiho and Brandt, 2012)....
Influence of Institutional Forces on Managerial Beliefs and Healthcare Analytics Adoption
The 2010 passage of the Affordable Care Act provided strong motivation for healthcare organizations to improve operational efficiency and enhance organizational performance. Large and medium-sized organizations nationwide have adopted healthcare analytics...
Looking at Purchasing Development through the Lens of Small Business
Buyer-supplier relationships can vary between organizations. In some organizations buyer-supplier relationships are predominately short-term and arms-length in nature. But in other organizations, buyer-supplier relationships have evolved to a more...
Recruiting for Technology Reliant Positions: Can Common Personality Inventories Improve Success?
The recruitment process presents significant challenges for managers, given the competing issues of a weak economy, employee turnover, and the persistent shortage of highly skilled talent. The recruiting "industry" accounts for $124 billion in costs...
Relationships among Information Technology, Organizational Cooperation and Supply Chain Performance
An important aspect of supply chain management is to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of organizations. Firms work closer with their key suppliers to accomplish this goal in their supply chain relationships. The purpose of this study is to...
The Influence of Salesperson Depression, Low Performance, and Emotional Exhaustion on Negative Organizational Deviance
Negative workplace deviance has become increasingly commonplace among organizations. Approximately 95% of all U.S. companies have reported at least some sort of negative workplace deviance-related occurrence within their respective organizations (Henle,...
The Role of Trust and Communication in Fostering Followers' Self Perceptions as Leaders
How is it that some followers end up becoming leaders? In modern dynamic, complex, and competitive environments (Serban et at., 2015), follower-leader relationships that are more adaptive are thought to shape organizational success. The focus of this...
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