Matching Personality and Organizational Culture

@article{Gardner2012MatchingPA,
  title={Matching Personality and Organizational Culture},
  author={William L. Gardner and Brian J. Reithel and Claudia Cogliser and Fred O. Walumbwa and Richard T. Foley},
  journal={Management Communication Quarterly},
  year={2012},
  volume={26},
  pages={585 - 622}
}
If the “people make the place,” what kinds of people (personalities) fit into what kinds of places (organizations), and how might the recruitment messages of the organization facilitate a better fit? The authors explored the extent to which recruitment strategy (realistic vs. traditional) and the Five-Factor model of personality (FFM) were related to subjective person–organization fit (P-O fit) with the four organizational cultures encompassed by Cameron and Quinn’s Competing Values model (CVM… 

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