New Perspectives on International Industrial/Organizational Psychology
P. Christopher Earley, Miriam Erez
Wiley, Jul 17, 1997 - Psychology - 790 pages
Discover the important roles cultural and national origin plays in the relationship between an organization and its employees. This pioneering study presents new theories and cutting-edge perspectives on topics including intercultural communication, work motivation, multinational teams, and organizational justice across cultures. A timely work for all HR professionals in this era of marketplace globalization and the increasingly multi-ethnic character of the American workforce.
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Theory and Method Innovations
A Cultural Perspective on Organizational Behavior
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Academy of Management allocation ambiguity analysis Berry Bond chapter Chinese cognitive collective cultural values collectivism collectivist communication conceptual conflict Confucian constructs context correlation countries cross-cultural psychology cross-cultural research cultural differences cultural dimensions cultural entities cultural groups decision Earley effects emic employees Erez etic example factors framework function ganizational goals groupthink Hofstede Hofstede's horizontal human resource management hypotheses in-group individualism-collectivism individualist industrial relations influence interaction intercultural International Japan Japanese Journal labor leader behaviors leadership Leung mean measures motivation negotiation norms one-way approach organizational behavior organizational culture organizational psychology organizations orientation patterns percent performance person perspective power distance practices Press processes refers Review role samples scores social loafing Social Psychology societies specific strategies structure Sun Tzu team members theoretical theory Thousand Oaks tion tional trade unions Triandis tural ture uncertainty avoidance union United University variables versus vertical York
Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management
Michael M. Harris
No preview available - 2007