Organizations can improve the retention of knowledge workers by identifying them, segmenting them, and strategically deploying suitable performance appraisal systems. Using competent raters can improve positive reaction to appraisal outcomes and potentially mitigate intention to quit.
Research suggests teleworkers and office-based employees, who perform the same role, experience different outcomes. Do teleworkers and office-based employees perceive the same political acts differently?
Organizations can improve their complaint process and reduce retaliatory behavior by promoting a culture of collective identity and justice, implementing structures that maintain and restore justice, and through training to reinforce cultural values.
Organizations are incurring significant economic losses due to the high rate of U.S. military veteran attrition during periods of post-service transition. The study explores the factors affecting veteran churn and makes recommendations for employers that may reduce this turnover.
Toxic leadership involves leadership styles that poison the employee, the organization, or both. This paper captures a common phenomenon for toxic leadership (symptoms) useful for diagnosing or addressing toxic leadership in military organizations.
A complex organization can impact a restructure by focusing on the processes and people behind it. Clear communication, an ambidextrous leadership style, training, and job resources can all contribute to maintaining employee engagement and the success of the restructuring initiative.
Are Business Leaders Losing Their Minds? “When humans abandon curiosity to the power of AI, the inherent cognitive functions and authority will rapidly weaken to the surrender of the narrated reality created by AI.”
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are critical to college operations, but can be challenging for colleges to implement. Consortia present a unique solution to address gaps in their expertise and the skills needed to achieve a successful ERP.
Healthcare companies are forced to reduce medical costs to remain viable. This research study explores the relationship between case management and medical costs and identifies recommendations for managers to improve this process.