• Business
  • Published 2012

Factors contributing to office politics: A case study in rubber industry small holders and development authority (RISDA) at Melaka / Nur Azreen Nik Ali and Nur Hanim Mohd Hairuddin

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  title={Factors contributing to office politics: A case study in rubber industry small holders and development authority (RISDA) at Melaka / Nur Azreen Nik Ali and Nur Hanim Mohd Hairuddin},
  author={Nur Azreen Nik Ali and Nur Hanim Mohd Hairuddin},
  year={2012}
}
Office politics can also be known as organizational politics. It can be defined as informal approaches to gain power and advantages through means other than merit or lock. This definition helps emphasize that political behavior is not a substitute for good job performance or talent (Andrew, 2009) The negative view point of the office politics can easy describe as a group of influence tactics or political tactics used to serve self-interest. The tactics can be in term of back stabbing rivals… CONTINUE READING