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This study used a convenience sample N 387 aggregated from several Japanese worksettings to replicate results obtained with the phase model of burnout in a substantial number of studies in North American loci. At several levels of analysis, the results of the present replication support the...
This manuscript explores the contributions of organizational learning to organizational communication. The study of organizational communication is seen in multidimensional terms as the study of how meanings are created, stored, distributed, and modified in the service of organizational...
Three diversification strategies related, unrelated, and relatedJinked are reviewed in terms of their organizational arrangements coordination and control mechanisms, managerial mind sets corporate managers' ways of doing business, and organizational learning climates learning capacity and...
In a study of agreement between selfratings and supervisor ratings, selfrating data from 293 teachers in 14 different high schools were correlated at the individuallevel with supervisor ratings. The average intracase correlation showed moderate agreement between self and supervisor ratings....
The benefits of experiential exercises for making conceptual material more dynamic and relevant, thus enhancing students' learning and developing their skills, are well documented. Presented here is an easytoadminister roleplay that enables students to integrate a wide range of concepts covered...
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