In this study, we examined the moderating effect of locus of control on the relationship between Machiavellianism and job performance of store managers in a retail setting. Our results indicated a significant moderating effect for managers who perceive that they have an external control orientation but not for managers with an internal control orientation.
Rotter's Locus of Control Scale, Christie and Geis' Mach IV Scale, and Fineman's Work Preference Questionnaire were administered to a sample of 60 retail specialty store managers. While there were no significant correlations between locus of control and managerial achievement, there were significant correlations between locus of control and Machiavellianism… (More)
Diverse network application requirements bring about local networks of various size, degree of complexity and architecture. The purpose of this paper is to present a network protocol layer which is used to provide a homogeneous operating environment and to ensure the availability of network resources. The network layer process probes the underlying local… (More)