Citations with the tag: ORGANIZATIONAL socialization
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- Get happy.
WANG, JENNIFER // Entrepreneur; Nov2010, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p22
The article presents information on how to make an office fun. Topics discussed include staff meetings, creativity, and organizational socialization.
- Charting a New Course: Smoothing the Transition for New Librarian Hires.
Robinson, Bess; Rustomfram, Perveen; Allison, Leah; Earl, Martha; Liedtka, Theresa; Tolley-Stokes, Rebecca // Tennessee Libraries; Sep2011, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p2
If your library is fortunate enough to be hiring, how do you socialize new librarians into your organization? A panel from different types of libraries such as academic, public, and school will discuss ideas for helping new hires succeed by imparting, both formally and informally, the culture of...
- Socialization Tactics, Employee Proactivity, and Person--Organization Fit.
Tae-Yeol Kim; Cable, Daniel M.; Sang-Pyo Kim // Journal of Applied Psychology; Mar2005, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p232
This study examined the linkage between organizational socialization tactics and person-organization (P-O) fit and examined the moderating influence of employees' proactivity behaviors. Results from a sample of 279 employee-supervisor pairs from 7 organizations in South Korea revealed a positive...
- New Ideas for Club Meetings from the Ventura County AVS.
Tae-Yeol Kim; Cable, Daniel M.; Sang-Pyo Kim // African Violet Magazine; Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p41
Provides information on several ideas about the Ventura County African Violet Society that were discussed during its meeting in California in 2005. Presentation of its library; Socialization of members; Addition of hands-on programs.
Tae-Yeol Kim; Cable, Daniel M.; Sang-Pyo Kim // Director (00123242); Dec2011, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p12
The article presents the definition of the business term "onboarding," which refers to the process by which new employees are made to feel welcome, valued and prepared for a new role.
- A Moderated Mediation Model of the Relationship Between Organizational Citizenship Behaviors and Job Performance.
Ozer, Muammer // Journal of Applied Psychology; Nov2011, Vol. 96 Issue 6, p1328
Addressing numerous calls for future research on understanding the theoretical mechanisms that explain the relationship between organizational citizenship behaviors (OCEs) and job performance, this study focused on how an employee's relationships with coworkers mediate the relationship between...
- Effective Teams: A Symptom of Healthy Leadership.
Crother-Laurin, Cyndi // Journal for Quality & Participation; Fall2006, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p4
The role of teams in modern organizations goes far beyond collaboration. Only with strong leadership can the knowledge and skills of talented people be applied to further individual and organizational success.
- Newcomer Socialization: The Role of Job Standardization.
Tung Ling Hsiung, Joann; An Tien Hsieh, Joann // Public Personnel Management; Winter2003, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p579
In an extension of knowledge on organizational socialization from a job perspective, the purpose of this study was to examine the effects of job standardization on newcomer socialization. Questionnaires were completed by 205 newly hired nurses in to public hospitals, and hierarchical regression...
- Personality and Organizations: A Test of the Homogeneity of Personality Hypothesis.
Schneider, Benjamin; Smith, D. Brent; Taylor, Sylvester; Fleenor, John // Journal of Applied Psychology; Jun98, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p462
A central proposition of attraction-selection-attrition theory (B. Schneider, 1987) and of the literature on organizational socialization was tested. Support for the hypothesis that organizations are relatively homogeneous with respect to the personality attributes of their managers was found. A...
- THE ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL SOCIALIZATION IN BURNOUT: A TAIWANESE EXAMPLE.
Liang, Su-Chiun; Hsieh, An-Tien // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal; 2008, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p197
Previous research predominantly used the conservation of resources (COR) model (Schaufeli & Enzmann, 1998) and the job demands-resources (JD-R) model (Demerouti, Bakker, Nachreiner, & Schaufeli, 2001) to explain burnout. In this study, organizational socialization was examined as a factor to...
- Commitment Is Too Easy!
Salancik, Gerald R. // Organizational Dynamics; Summer77, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p62
This article focuses on the importance of commitment in an organization. Commitment is a state of being in which an individual becomes bound by his actions and through these actions to beliefs that sustain the activities and his own involvement. In organizations, commitment takes many forms,...
- Catch 20.5: Corporate Morality as an Organizational Phenomenon.
Waters, James A. // Organizational Dynamics; Spring78, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p2
This article examines the illegal and unethical practices among employees of business organizations. Over the past decade or so, corporate morality has been a subject of continual interest to managers, academics, social critics and others. Much of this interest has focused on the ethical...
- La socialisation des contr�leurs de gestion : une illusion ?
Bollecker, Marc // Gestion 2000; sep/oct2011, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p101
Many academic studies show that management controller's image is often negative. This question highlights the problem of their acceptance by operational managers which are not obvious. However, the concept of image seems too restrictive. So, this research mobilizes the conceptual framework of...
- The Role of Organizational Socialization on the Affective Commitment of Newly Hired Rehabilitation Counselors.
Mitus, Jamle S. // Journal of Rehabilitation Administration; 2005, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p19
Promoting affective commitment within rehabilitation counseling could play a significant role towards reducing turnover and improving the quality of service. This study examined affective commitment among a national sample of 168 newly hired rehabilitation counselors in relation to...
- A Longitudinal Study of the Development of Organizational Commitment Amongst Volunteer Sport Administrators.
Cuskelly, Graham; McIntyre, Norman; Boag, Alistar // Journal of Sport Management; Jul1998, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p181
The commitment of volunteers is critical to the effective organization and delivery of community-based sport. This paper examined the development of organizational commitment amongst volunteers in relation to several organizational factors and personal characteristics Using data from a 3-wave...
- Guidelines to Building and Maintaining Strong Organization-Public Relationships.
Ledingham, John A. // Public Relations Quarterly; Fall2000, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p44
Presents tips for auditing and improving organization-public relationships. Phases of an organization-public relationship; Stages of the coming apart of the organization-public relationship; Steps to continue relationship-building program.
- Organizational Socialization: Its Content and Consequences.
Chao, Georgia T.; O'Leary-Kelly, Anne M.; Wolf, Samantha; Klein, Howard J.; Gardner, Philip D. // Journal of Applied Psychology; Oct94, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p730
Content dimensions of the socialization domain were defined in order to determine relationships between learning particular features of a job/organization and the process and outcomes of socialization. Six socialization dimensions--performance proficiency, politics, language, people,...
- THE EFFECT OF PROFESSIONAL IDENTIFICATION ON JOB ATTITUDES: A STUDY OF LAWYERS IN HONG KONG.
Loi, Raymond; Ngo Hang-yue; Foley, Sharon // Organizational Analysis; 2004, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p109
This study examined the effect of professional identification on several job attitudes (i.e., job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and career satisfaction), and explored the moderating roles of gender and organizational tenure on these relationships. Informed by social identity theory,...
- Study of relationship between personality and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) in public organizations in Iran.
Najari, Reza; Ahmadi, Freyedon; Habibitabar, Zainab // Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business; Jun2011, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p472
The goal of this research is to test relationship between personality and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) in public organizations in Iran. The research integrates the use of eight dimensions for OCB and five dimensions for identify personality. A survey is conducted by using...
- Organizational Commitment in Educational Departments.
Sayyadi, Saeed; Sarvtamin, Hamideh Taheri // Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business; Jun2011, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p1326
This study tries to appear what dimensions of Quality-of-work-life in university, can influence on employees organizational commitment and what is the role of Quality-of-work-life changes in this case. Three questionnaire surveys were developed and distributed to Mashhad University. In this...
- STIMULATING ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR (OCB) RESEARCH FOR THEORY DEVELOPMENT: EXPLORATION OF LEADERSHIP PARADIGMS.
Bambale, Abdu Ja'afaru; Shamsudin, Faridahwatimohd; Subramaniam, Chandrakantan A/L // International Journal of Academic Research in Business & Social ; Aug2011 Special Issue, Vol. 1, p48
This paper synthesizes major leadership paradigms for the purpose of identifying possible ways of influencing Organizational Citizenship Behaviors (OCBs) to improve the functioning of organizations. The leadership paradigms were extended to old and modern categories to provide for systematic...
- Writing Groups: A Quick Fix.
Ryan, Thea Miller // Writers' Journal; Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p44
The article presents several approaches on how to add new life to a writers' group. The Rebels without a Clause, a seven-member writers' group, decided to conduct an annual Erotic Night wherein all members share topics they have difficulty in writing such as kissing scenes. Other ways include...
- DEMOGRAPHIC AND DISPOSITIONAL CHARACTERISTICS AS PREDICTORS OF ORGANISATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR.
Akinbode, G. A. // IFE PsychologIA; 2011, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p375
The study examined workers' personal factors and personality characteristics as predictors of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB). The study employed Ex-Post-Facto within-participants randomized group design. Data were collected from five hundred and four employees of private and public...
- Okul K�lt�r�ne Iliskin Y�netici ve �gretmen G�r�sleri: Nitel Bir Arastirma.
ASLAN, Mahire; �ZER, Niyazi; BAKIR, Asli AGIROGLU // Ilkogretim Online; 2009, Vol. 8 Issue 1, Special section p268
The purpose of this qualitative research is to explore the primary and secondary school administrators' and teachers' views on school culture. The research data was collected trough semi-structured interviews with 8 administrators and 16 teachers working in four different schools in Malatya...
- ORGANIZATIONAL IDENTIFICATION: THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL ANALYSES OF COMPETING CONCEPTUALIZATIONS.
Boros, Smaranda // Cognitie, Creier, Comportament/Cognition, Brain, Behavior; Mar2008, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p1
The objective of this paper is to offer a clear view on the different conceptualizations of organizational identification and propose valid measurement solutions adapted to these conceptualizations. The theoretical analysis tries to unravel in which respects the different conceptualizations of...
- El engagement como resultado de la socializaci�n organizacional.
Lisbona, Ana; Morales, J. Francisco; Palac�, Francisco J. // International Journal of Psychology & Psychological Therapy; 2009, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p89
In the last years, the research on organizational socialization has focused on the study of the contents of the socialization, having stressed that is fundamentally a learning process in which the employee adopts an active role. Following the model of Taormina, we distinguish four domains of...
- Good-bye Gossip.
Rovito, Lisa Marie // Positive Thinking; May/Jun2007, p21
The article offers ways to avoid the gossip strain at work. Do not ask a gossiper questions that encourage the topic. Do other important things at lunch and do not use gossip as a break from the daily routine. Be cautious about choosing friends at work. Emulate someone who has admirable...
- The Effects of Personality Traits on Tourism Management Interns' Intention to Retain:The Mediating Role of Organizational Socialization.
Bao Ya-Fang; Sun Zhi; Xue Qun-Hui // Tourism Tribune / Lvyou Xuekan; 2012, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p63
In recent years, tourism education has experienced rapid development in Mainland China and the number of tourism educational institutions has also increased dramatically. However, to attract and retain well-educated quality employees is still difficult for tourism industry in Mainland China. One...
- Le mentoring � la fran�aise : un processus informel, silencieux mais efficient.
Ivanaj, Silvester; Persson, Sybil // Revue Management et Avenir; Sep2012, Issue 55, p79
Although very little is spoken about mentoring in France, it appears to be at the right place in the Anglo-Saxon practices of HR development regardless. A web-based survey with a participating number of 402 managers illustrated the benefits of informal mentoring as perceived by the French. As a...
- PUBLIC & NONPROFIT Conference Paper Abstracts.
Ivanaj, Silvester; Persson, Sybil // Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings; 2008, p1
The article presents abstracts on public and nonprofit topics which include student enrollment, e-government, and organizational socialization.
- RAPID RESPONSE.
Ivanaj, Silvester; Persson, Sybil // Indianapolis Business Journal; 9/10/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 27, p27A
The article presents the response of executives in Indianapolis, Indiana on the issue concerning team-building social activities in their offices. Michelle Wisener stresses that they get together at least once a year with other offices in the area. David Ayers asserts that the company ha has...
- A study of business isssue in Southern San Sebastian?
Vargas-Hern�ndez, Jos� G.; Noruzi, Mohammad Reza // International Proceedings of Economics Development & Research; 2011, Vol. 2, p129
The ecological proposal in organizations, widen its model of interactions which can integrate the environmental paradigm to the organizational system. An approaching to sustainability of organizations is affected by the combination of ambiguous environmental economic policies, the abrupt...
- Relationship of Organization Socialization with Organizational Commitment and Turnover Intention: Moderating role of Perceived Organizational Support.
Manzoor, Mariam; Naeem, Hummayoun // Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business; Dec2011, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p515
The present study aims to investigate impact of organizational socialization on organizational commitment and turnover intention with moderating role of perceived organizational support. A field survey approach was used by selecting 310 employees from telecom sector. Pakistan. Questionnaire was...
- Social Support Moderates the Impact of Demands on Burnout and Organizational Connectedness: A Two-Wave Study of Volunteer Firefighters.
Huynh, Jasmine Y.; Xanthopoulou, Despoina; Winefield, Anthony H. // Journal of Occupational Health Psychology; Jan2013, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p9
The article focuses on a study related to the effect of family and friend support on the relationship between volunteer demands and organizational connectedness. Under the study, 126 volunteer firefighters from Australia were recruited for assessment. The study further found that support from...
- FACTOR STRUCTURE OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN U.S. AND SOUTH KOREAN SAMPLES.
Lee, Jo Ann; Chulguen Yang // Psychological Reports; Jun2005 Part 1, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p595
The current study compared the factor structures of the construct of organizational commitment between two samples of financial employees, one from the U.S. (n = 103) and one from South Korea (n = 109). Participants completed a 26-item questionnaire. Two factors (an affective component and a...
- Analysis of the relationship between organizational socialization and organizational identity in Isfahan Municipality.
Barzaki, Ali Shaemi; Esfahani, Ali Nasr; Navabi, Armaghan // Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business; Oct2011, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p216
This paper studies the relationships between organizational socialization and organizational identity. Organizational socialization plays a vital role in primary steps of employment and is among the important effective factors on the organization's performance. Organizational identity is one of...
- Project Launches Summer Activites.
Radosta, Jim; Daly, Meg // Just Out; 7/2/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 17, p8
Reports that the Health Education for Rural Outreach, Empowerment and Support Project will host theater outings, dances, movie nights and coffee socials at the Sexual Minority Youth Resource Center in Portland, Oregon. Organizational profile; Focus and emphasis of the organization's projects;...
- RESEARCH REPORT Antecedents of Team Potency and Team Effectiveness: An Examination of Goal and Process Clarity and Servant Leadership.
Hu, Jia; Liden, Robert C. // Journal of Applied Psychology; Jul2011, Vol. 96 Issue 4, p851
Integrating theories of self-regulation with team and leadership literatures, this study investigated goal and process clarity arid servant leadership as 3 antecedents of team potency and subsequent team effectiveness, operationalized as team performance and organizational citizenship behavior....
- Organizational Newc(ust)omers: Applying Organizational Newcomer Assimilation Concepts to Customer Information Seeking and Service Outcomes.
Fonner, Kathryn; Timmerman, Erik // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association; 2008, p1
Participative customer service transactions may engender a customer assimilation process similar to that of organizational newcomers. Based on established linkages between organizational socialization and adjustment (Jablin, 2001), this study examined the influence of organizational...
- Newcomer Adjustment through Active Information Seeking and Passive Information Receiving.
Hart, Zachary // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association; 2008, p1
While many studies have linked the need to reduce uncertainty to information seeking, few have investigated whether information seeking actually reduces uncertainty (Morrison, 2002). In addition, much of the research has assumed only active information seeking makes a difference in reducing...
- IDEA: A Collaborative Organizational Design Process Integrating Innovation, Design, Engagement, and Action.
de Guerre, Donald; Séguin, Daniel; Pace, Alicia; Burke, Noel // Systemic Practice & Action Research; Jun2013, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p257
This paper describes an innovative and successful 1-year organization change process. It captures a design-based inquiry that simultaneously applies creative, purposeful, and systemic thinking to a complex set of issues. Three significant findings result from this research. First, this paper...
- THE ROLE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS IN NEWCOMER LEARNING AND ADJUSTMENT DURING SOCIALISATION IN SMALL FIRMS.
Field, Robbie // International Council for Small Business. World Conference Proce; 6/1/2012, p1
The role of relationships between newcomers and organisational insiders and the significance of organisational socialisation (OS) in achieving important individual and organisational outcomes is recognised. Despite this, there is an acute shortage of research on the relationship between social...
- Bir Örgüt Formu Olarak Okul ile Özdeşleşmede Akademik Başarı ve Özdisiplinin Rolü.
MEYDAN, Cem Harun; POLAT, Mustafa // Education & Science / Egitim ve Bilim; 2013, Vol. 38 Issue 167, p27
This study aims to identify the relationship between students’ organizational identification with their personality and academic success. Conscientiousness, one of the most important five personality traits, has been taken as a personality trait involving submissiveness, orderliness,...
- Message Content and Sources During Organizational Socialization.
Hart, Zachary P. // Journal of Business Communication; Jul2012, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p191
This article furthers the recent trend of studying communication during new employee socialization by examining the nature of message content and message sources during this important process. Results from an investigation of 85 newly hired hotel managers’ socialization experiences indicate...
- Differential Participation of Graduate Men and Women in Two Scientific Communities of Practice.
Ferreira, Maria M. // Advancing Women in Leadership; 2010, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p1
In this paper the differential participation of men and women in scientific communities of practice was examined in two graduate science departments. Data from a survey questionnaire and interviews with graduate students and faculty members were used to examine students' level of participation...
- In the Beginning: The Induction of Physical Educators.
Stroot, Sandra A.; Faucette, Nell; Schwager, Susan // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education; Jul1993, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p375
The article discusses the induction of physical educators and the broader issues of organizational socialization within the field of physical education. Organizational socialization represents the process of new teacher acclimation to the workplace, and has a great effect on the future actions...
- THE ENACTMENT-EXTERNALIZATION DIALECTIC: RATIONALIZATION AND THE PERSISTENCE OF COUNTERPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY DESIGN PRACTICES IN STUDENT ENGINEERING.
LEONARDI, PAUL M.; JACKSON, MICHELE H.; DIWAN, AMER // Academy of Management Journal; Apr2009, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p400
This article explores why engineering students are committed to counterproductive practices. Student informants' work practices appeared to coincide with lay stereotypes about what "good engineers" do, and they sought to justify those practices as rational. This externalization encouraged them...
- CHANGE IN NEWCOMERS' SUPERVISOR SUPPORT AND SOCIALIZATION OUTCOMES AFTER ORGANIZATIONAL ENTRY.
JOKISAARI, MARKKU; NURMI, JARI-ERIK // Academy of Management Journal; Jun2009, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p527
Using a four-wave longitudinal research design and a latent growth modeling approach, we modeled change in newcomers' perceived supervisor support and socialization outcomes (role clarity, work mastery, job satisfaction, and salary). Further, the role of perceived supervisor support in...
- TIME TO SOCIALIZE.
G�mez, Luis Felipe // Journal of Business Communication; Apr2009, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p179
Organizational socialization is a communicative practice that affects and is affected by organizational temporality. The relationship between organizational socialization practices and organizational temporality is empirically explored through a questionnaire focusing on Ballard and Seibold's...
- Let's Be Clear: How to Manage Communication Styles.
Edmondson, Jada // T+D; Sep2009, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p30
The article focuses on performance management by way of increasing awareness concerning communication styles in the workplace. The four communication styles of expressive, systematic, sympathetic, and direct are defined. The author suggests that one identify one's communication style and learn...