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Although existing laboratory research shows that software is often used inefficiently, relatively little is known about (a) how efficiently software is used in a real work environment and (b) the factors that influence the efficiency of individual users. The present research consists of an...
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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 support), and host-country factors (culture distance) on expatriate...
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The emergence and transmission of organizational culture in small growing organizations founded by teams was examined using data from a laboratory study of 40 simulated organizations and a field study of 4 actual organizations. The dimension of culture examined was the nature of human relations...
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This study explored the relative efficacy of Enterview as measured by speed, accuracy, and perceived complexity. Enterview was contrasted with Lotus 123. The effect of methods of data entry and acquisition were investigated. These were the independent variables. Speed, accuracy, and perceived...
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Knowledge is a resource and an important asset that organizations leverage to attain their goals. In a competitive environment, efficient and effective transfer of knowledge within the firm is a strategic imperative. In each organization a system through which knowledge flows, arises by design...
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While there is considerable theoretical and empirical research in the marketing ethics literature, a major void exists in the examination and understanding of consumers' perceptions of unethical behavior.
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This dissertation investigates the nature of the relationship that exists between job satisfaction among temporary workers and general customer perceptions of service quality, customer-based appraisal of specific service provider performance, and customers' future behavioral intentions...
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Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 60-05, Section: A, page: 1657.
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Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 63-11, Section: B, page: 5555.
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