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We question the assumption that short term motivation and longer term professional growth satisfaction are functions of the same factors. Task persistence, a key index of motivation, is shown to be an inverse function of depression in response to setbacks, a positive function of planning and is...
A conceptual model for choosing between flexible and conventional production systems on the basis of their “adaption-flexibility” properties is presented. Even though it is economic to “retool” more frequently with this type of flexibility, aggregate discounted retooling costs are shown to fall...
Three exploratory hypotheses derived from Green and Mitchell's attributional model of leaders' responses to poor perfor Mance were investigated in a qualitative study and a naturalistic setting. Findings were that managers did attribute causes to poor perfor Mance. Attributions could also be...
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