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Work: Contexts and Consequences (Sage Library in Business and Management)

Work: Contexts and Consequences (Sage Library in Business and Management)

By: Cary P. Cooper (editor), William H. Starbuck (editor)Hardback

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Work has been changing. One reason it has been changing is that the contexts of work have been changing. Macroeconomic and societal conditions place limitations and expectations on what work should do; technologies alter what is possible; relations between employers and employees become more or less amicable. As work has changed, its consequences have also changed. Work brings together the most important and influential articles in the field which cover the long-term trends of the contexts and consequences of work at the beginning of the new millenium. The volumes span diverse topics and methodologies. The editors have scanned decades of literature to pick nearly 60 exemplars of excellent research and scholarship on work. These offer insight into recent changes in the contexts of work, while also being extremely valuable as suggestions about how research might fruitfully go forward. The articles are arranged in two categories, each of which has several subtopics: articles in "Contexts of Work" look mainly at the situations in which work takes place, and articles on "Consequences of Work" ask what fruits come from work. Of course, these categories are inter-linked: the consequences of work depend on the contexts of work, and conversely, feedback paths make the contexts of work depend on the consequences of work. The Editors provide a clear path through these sections, enabling the reader to achieve a coherent understanding of what Work has come to be, and where it may be going. The SAGE Library in Business and Management is a first-class series of major works that brings together the most influential and field-defining articles, both classical and contemporary, in a number of key areas of research and inquiry in Business and Management. Each multi-volume set represents a collection of the essential published works collated from the foremost publications in the field by an Editor or Editorial Team of renowned international stature. They include a full introduction, presenting a rationale for the selection and mapping out the discipline's past, present and likely future. This series is designed to be a 'gold standard' for university libraries throughout the world with a programme or interest in Business and Management Studies.

About Author

Professor Sir Cary Cooper, CBE, is The 50th Anniversary Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK. He is also the President of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, President of the British Academy of Management and President of RELATE (the national relationship charity). He is the author/editor of over 150 books, over 400 scholarly articles and a regular contributor to radio and TV. He was knighted by the Queen in 2014 for his contribution to the social sciences. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management (14 volumes), Editor of Who's Who in Management, Editor of the Wiley-Blackwell WELLBEING volumes (six), Founding Editor of the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Founding and Former Chair of the government think tank The Sunningdale Institute and lead scientist on the Government Office for Science Foresight project on Mental Capital and Wellbeing. In 2015 he was voted by HR Magazine as the Most Influential HR Thinker, has been made an Honorary Fellow of the British Psychological Society, Royal College of Physicians, The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (Occupational Medicine) and many more; and has Honorary Doctorates from a number of universities (eg Sheffield, Bath, Aston, Heriot Watt, Middlesex, Wolverhampton).

Contents

CONTEXTS OF WORKPART ONE: EDUCATION AND TRAININGReturns to Education - George Psacharopoulos A Further International Update and ImplicationsCross-Cultural Training Effectiveness - J Stewart Black and Mark Mendenhall A Review and a Theoretical Framework for Future ResearchSelf or Group? Cultural Effects of Training on Self-Efficacy and Performance - P Christopher EarleyComputer-Aided Systems and Communities - Paul S Goodman and Eric D Darr Mechanisms for Organizational Learning in Distributed EnvironmentsPART TWO: EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE RELATIONSLearning by Knowledge-Intensive Firms - William H StarbuckChanging the Deal while Keeping the People - Denis M RousseauAlternative Approaches to the Employee-Organization Relationship - Anne S Tsui et al Does Investment in Employees Pay off?Impetus for Action - Jiing-Lih Farh, P Christopher Earley and Shu-Chi Lin A Cultural Analysis of Justice and Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Chinese SocietyPART THREE: GLOBALIZATIONDynamics of Asian Workplaces - Doo-Seung HongUnemployment and Labor-Market Rigidities - Stephen Nickell Europe versus North-AmericaGlobal Mind-Sets and Cognitive Shift in a Complex Multinational Corporation - Thomas P Murtha, Stefanie Ann Lenway and Richard P BagozziWhy Do Some Countries Produce So Much More Output per Worker Than Others? - Robert E Hall and Charles I JonesGlobalization - John W Meyer Sources and Effects on National States and SocietiesOpen-Source Software Development and Distributed Innovation - Bruce Kogut and Anca MetiuIs Globalization Civilizing, Destructive or Feeble? A Critique of Five Key Debates in the Social Science Literature - Mauro F Guill[ac]enPART FOUR: ORGANIZATIONAL AND SOCIETAL CULTURECultural Change - Debra Meyerson and Joanne Martin An Integration of Three Different ViewsThe Smile Factory - John Van Maanen Work at DisneylandPeople and Organizational Culture - Charles A O'Reilly III, Jennifer A Chatman and David F Caldwell A Profile Comparison Approach to Assessing Person-Organization FitCultural Constraints in Management Theories - Geert HofstedeBeing Different yet Feeling Similar - Jennifer A Chatman et al The Influence of Demographic Composition and Organizational Culture on Work Processes and OutcomesPersonality and Organizations - Benjamin Schneider and D Brent Smith A Test of the Homogeneity of Personality HypothesisCulture and Procedural Fairness - Joel Brockner et al When the Effects of What You Do Depend on How You Do ItPART FIVE: ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURESOrganizations as Action Generators - William H StarbuckUpper Echelons - Donald C Hambrick and Phyllis A Mason The Organization as a Reflection of Its Top ManagersA Dynamic Theory of Organizational Knowledge Creation - Ikujiro NonakaThe Firm as a Distributed Knowledge System - Harimodos Tsoukas A Constructionist ApproachThe Art of Continuous Change - Shona L Brown and Kathleen M Eisenhardt Linking Complexity Theory and Time-Paced Evolution in Relentlessly Shifting OrganizationsThe Search-Transfer Problem - Morten T Hansen The Role of Weak Ties in Sharing Knowledge across Organization SubunitsCreating and Managing a High-Performance Knowledge-Sharing Network - Jeffrey H Dyer and Kentaro Nobeoka The Toyota CaseWhen the Presence of Creative Co-Workers is Related to Creativity - Jing Zhou Role of Supervisor Close Monitoring, Developmental Feedback and Creative PersonalityPART SIX: TECHNOLOGYSocial Psychology Aspects of Computer-Mediated Communication - Sara Kiesler, Jane Siegel and Timothy W McGuireReducing Social Context Cues - Lee Sproull and Sara Kiesler Electronic Mail in Organizational CommunicationPerceived Usefulness, Perceived Ease of Use and User Acceptance of Information Technology - Fred D DavisA Theory of the Effects of Advanced Information Technologies on Organizational Design, Intelligence and Decision-Making - George P HuberCapturing the Complexity in Advanced Technology Use - Gerardine DeSanctis and Marshall Scott Poole Adaptive Structuration TheoryFactors Contributing to Virtual Work Adjustment - Sumita Raghuram et alCONSEQUENCES OF WORKPART SEVEN: CAREERSA Self-Efficacy Approach to the Career Development of Women - Gail Hackett and Nancy E BetzCareer Self-Efficacy - Robert W Lent and Gail Hackett Empirical Status and Future DirectionsThe Mentor Advantage - Ellen A Fagenson Perceived Career-Job Experiences of Proteges versus Non-ProtegesRelationship of Career Mentoring and Socio-Economic Origin to Managers' and Professionals' Early Career Progress - William Whitely, Thomas W Dougherty and George F DreherPART EIGHT: JOB AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCEMythologies of Work - Michael Burawoy and Janos Lukacs A Comparison of Firms in State Socialism and Advanced CapitalismThe Five Big Personality Dimensions and Job Performance - Murray R Barrick and Michael K Mount A Meta-AnalysisPersonality Measures as Predictors of Job Performance - Robert P Tett, Douglas N Jackson and Mitchell Rothstein A Meta-Analytic ReviewThe Five-Factor Model of Personality and Job-Performance in the European Community - Jes[ac]us F SalgadoDoes Trust Matter? Exploring the Effects of Interorganizational and Interpersonal Trust on Performance - Akbar Zaheer, Bill McEvily and Vincenzo Perrone Putting People First for Organizational Success - Jeffrey Pfeffer and John F VeigaDirect and Moderating Effects of Human Capital on Strategy and Performance in Professional Service Firms - Michael A Hitt et al A Resource-Based PerspectivePART NINE: JOB SATISFACTIONA Re-Evaluation of the Absenteeism-Job Satisfaction Relationship - Rick D Hackett and Robert M GuionEmployee Turnover - John L Cotton and Jeffrey M Tuttle A Meta-Analysis and Review with Implications for ResearchThe Job Satisfaction-Job Performance Relationship - Timothy A Judge et al A Qualitative and Quantitative ReviewInstitutional Forces and Organizational Culture in China - Chung-Ming Lau, David K Tse and Nan Zhou Effects on Change Schemas, Firm Commitment and Job SatisfactionPART TEN: STRESS DUE TO WORKTowards a Model of Stress and Human Performance - A F SandersShould Negative Affectivity Remain an Unmeasured Variable in the Study of Job Stress? - Arthur P Brief et alThe Person-Environment Fit Approach to Stress - Jeffrey R Edwards and Cary L Cooper Recurring Problems and Some Suggested SolutionsHealth and Well-Being in the Workplace - Karen Danna and Ricky W Griffin A Review and Synthesis of the LiteratureOccupational Differences in the Work-Strain Relationship - Kate Sparks and Cary L Cooper Towards the Use of Situation-Specific ModelsLocus of Control and Well-Being at Work - Paul E Spector et al How Generalizable Are Western Findings?Job Burnout - Christina Maslach, Wilmar B Schaufeli and Michael P Leiter

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  • ISBN13: 9781412903608
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1480
  • ID: 9781412903608
  • ISBN10: 1412903602

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