Researchers discover when team are more likely to listen to alternate viewpoints when coming to a decision.
In a recent study, Mayer, et al. (2013) examined how ethical leadership and coworker is associated with employees reporting unethical behavior. They found that ethical behavior amongst employees is related to the tone set by ethical leaders and coworkers.
Topic: Evidence Based Management Publication: Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (JAN 2012) Article: Power, Competitiveness, and Advice Taking: Why the Powerful Don’t Listen Authors: Tost, L. P., Gino, F., & Larrick, R. P. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada It will come as no surprise to individuals working in IO psychology
Topic: Fairness, Human Resource Management Publication: Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (SEP 2011) Article: Seeing the “Forest” or the “Trees” of Organizational Justice: Effects of Temporal Perspective on Employee Concerns about Unfair Treatment at Work Authors: Cojuharenco, I., Patient, D., & Bashshur, M. R. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada Concerns
Topic: Evidence-Based Management, Teams Publication: Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes (SEP 2011) Article: Female Tokens in High-Prestige Work Groups: Catalysts or Inhibitors of Group Diversification? Authors: Duguid, M. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada Workplace diversity is a goal that many (and hopefully most or all) organizations aspire to. In recent