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PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE: A PROFILE COMPARISON APPROACH TO ASSESSING PERSON-ORGANIZATION FIT
This article brings together three current themes in organizational behavior: (1) a renewed interest in assessing person-situation interactional constructs, (2) the quantitative assessment ofExpand
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Bridging the Boundary: External Activity and Performance in Organizational Teams.
We thank Lotte Bailyn, Keith Mumighan. Elaine RtMnanelli, the Center for Innovation Management Studies. Bob Sutton, and tfie anonymous reviewers at Administrative Science Quarteriy for their supportExpand
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Demography and Design: Predictors of New Product Team Performance
The increasing reliance on teams in organizations raises the question of how these teams should be formed. Should they be formed completely of engineers or should they include a range of specialists?Expand
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Work group demography, social integration, and turnover.
The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Blake Frank for his help in obtaining the turnover data for this study and the University of California Institute of Industrial Relations forExpand
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Building organizational commitment: A multifirm study
Although much research has been conducted in the area of organizational commitment, few studies have explicitly examined how organizations facilitate commitment among members. Using a sample of 291Expand
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Measuring person-job fit with a profile-comparison process
Utilisation d'un processus de comparaison de profils (base sur une technique de type Q procurant une evaluation isomorphique des prerequis du travail et des competences individuelles) pour evaluerExpand
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The Promise and Problems of Organizational Culture
Studies of organizational culture are almost always based on two assumptions: (a) Senior leaders are the prime determinant of the culture, and (b) culture is related to consequential organizationalExpand
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Beyond Task and Maintenance: Defining External Functions in Groups
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Using interview and log data from 38 new product team managers and 15 team members, we identify a set of activities that group members use to manage their dependence on external groups. Expand
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PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF JOB APPLICANTS AND SUCCESS IN SCREENING INTERVIEWS
Although there is substantial evidence that personality constructs are valid predictors of job performance, there is less systematic evidence of how personality characteristics relate to success inExpand
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Personality, Social Activities, Job-Search Behavior and Interview Success: Distinguishing Between PANAS Trait Positive Affect and NEO Extraversion
Past research has found that trait positive affect as measured by the Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS) and extraversion as measured by the NEO-Five Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI) are highlyExpand
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