Researchers find that male leaders who want to protect females may offer them fewer challenging developmental opportunities.
Did you ever buy something that was really expensive, but you could sort of justify the purchase because you were so sure you’d use it every single day and it would save you time and money? Come on, we all have. But, did your purchase end up sitting on a
Publication: Journal of Management (SEP 2010)
Article: Generational differences in work values: Leisure and extrinsic values increasing, social and intrinsic values decreasing
Authors: J. M. Twenge, S. M. Campbell, B. J. Hoffman, and C. E. Lance
Reviewed By: Lauren Wood
Topic: Citizenship Behaviors, Counter-Productive Work Behavior, Job Performance Publication: Journal of Management (SEP) Article: Organizational tenure and job performance Authors: T.W.H. Ng and D.C. Feldman Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger It is often intuited that employees who remain in an organization longer gain more knowledge of their job and the organization and thus perform at a higher level than employees
Topic: Goals Publication: Journal of Management (JAN 2010) Article: The relevance and viability of subconscious goals in the workplace Authors: G.P. Latham, A.D. Stajkovic, and E.A. Locke Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know that goal-setting is an effective strategy for improving employee performance. What