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Do motives matter? An examination of reasons for attending training and their influence on training effectiveness
Previous training research has typically considered individuals' motives for attending training as voluntary or mandatory. This study expanded upon previous research by exploring the various motives or reasons that individuals ...
The role of technical competence in managerial effectiveness: Mediators and moderators
The literature on managerial effectiveness has concentrated on cataloguing the administrative and interpersonal skills necessary for good management, yet has paid little attention to technical skill as a necessary skill ...
The relationship between individual, work, organizational, and non-work variables and expatriate adjustment: A conceptual and meta-analytic review
A meta-analytic investigation was conducted to conceptually and quantitatively examine the effects of five individual (language ability), work (role ambiguity), organizational (organizational support), non-work (family ...
Individual and situational influences on distortion of personality tests
Individual and situational influences on distortion of personality tests were investigated. It was expected that individuals would use different distortion strategies in different situations and that individual differences ...
Action or opportunity: A further examination of voice effects
This study assessed whether the effect of voice on procedural fairness is due to the opportunity to voice or to actual voice behavior. In addition, it examined several possible antecedents of voice behavior. In a laboratory ...