Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management

On-line academic publication focuses on practitioner-oriented industrial management.

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 2, January

Evaluating the Effects of Team Composition and Performance Environment on Team Performance
ABSTRACTPerformance, interpersonal relations, equity, and output are examined for both online and face to face team structures. As organizations make wider use of online teams to transcend geographical boundaries and maintain tight cost controls, the...
From the Editor
Best wishes to you for 2005 from JBAM! This is our first issue of the New Year and we think you'll enjoy the quality articles and case presented. Before I describe these works, however, I would like to use a portion of my space here to update the readership.First,...
Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Developmental Experiences: Do Role Definitions Moderate the Relationship?
ABSTRACTData from 136 supervisor-subordinate dyads indicated that Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) was positively related to developmental experiences after controlling for In-Role Performance (IRP). Results also indicated that when supervisors...
Repatriation Adjustment Problems and the Successful Reintegration of Expatriates and Their Families
ABSTRACTMany firms have not made special efforts for their repatriates despite growing evidence indicating high levels of dissatisfaction and high attrition rates because of problems encountered in repatriation adjustment. This paper discusses the nature...
Stadium Foods Company
IntroductionStadium Foods Company (SFC) is a manufacturer of processed meat products located in Pittsburgh. SFC was launched in 1962 by the Booth family, who purchased a bankrupt company to gain access to existing manufacturing scale. SFC used the wide...
The Integrative Effects of Flexible Work Arrangements and Preferences for Segmenting or Integrating Work and Home Roles
ABSTRACTFlexible work arrangements are being offered by an increasing number of organizations for recruitment and retention purposes. However, Person-Environment Fit theory (Edwards, 1996) suggests that flexible work arrangements may not be beneficial...