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  • Braaten David O.; Cody Michael J.; DeTienne Kristen Bell (SAGE PERIODICALS PRESS, 1993-02-01)
    Two studies were conducted to examine the communication and evaluation of accounts in organizational settings. Study 1 involved a survey of employees at a financial institution who recalled and reported on recent account ...
  • Tata Jasmine (SAGE PERIODICALS PRESS, 1996-11-01)
    When managers deny employees' requests, employees may evaluate the action as unfair, attribute responsibility to the manager, and engage in negative reactions such as anger and disapproval. Managers can minimize employees' ...
  • Corman Steven R.; Krizek Robert L. (SAGE PERIODICALS PRESS, 1993-08-01)
    Findings in the network literature suggest self-reports are poor indicators of observable communication behavior. As researchers traditionally have studied organizational communication behavior through self-reports, a ...
  • Hildebrandt Herbert W. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1988-11-01)
    A study of 436 Chinese (People's Republic of China) managers suggests two conclusions concerning managerial communication: (1) formality dominates Chinese managers' daily interchanges through prescribed channels; (2) oral ...
  • Stohl Cynthia; Schell Susan E. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1991-08-01)
    This article presents an initial formulation of a dysfunctional group dynamic, the farrago. Farrago, literally meaning mixed fodder for cattle, figuratively is used to describe a medley or a confused group. It was decided ...
  • Rasmussen R. V. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1991-02-01)
    This article extends Axley's recent discussion of the conduit metaphor of communication. A communications model is presented and its elements are critically examined from theoretical and empirical perspectives. The article ...
  • Papa Michael J. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1989-11-01)
    This study compared employment interviews with communication-based assessment centers as managerial selection tools. During a three-year period all job applicant finalists for midlevel management positions in a large ...
  • Barge J. Kevin; Schlueter David W. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1988-08-01)
    Organizational, commitment and identification continue to capture the imagination and interest of organizational researchers. There is disagreement, however, regarding how these concepts should be measured in the workplace. ...
  • Sullivan Jerry; Taylor Sully (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1991-11-01)
    Studies of managers' persuasive communicating with key subordinates in American, British, and Australian firms suggest that reasoning is the most frequently used compliance-gaining strategy. A test of these findings with ...
  • Smeltzer Larry R. (SAGE PERIODICALS PRESS, 1993-05-01)
    The focus of Management Communication Quarterly (MCQ) during its first six years is reviewed with the question in mind, Has a theme emerged that could be a de facto definition of management communication? The founding ...
  • Shelby Annette (SAGE PERIODICALS PRESS, 1996-08-01)
  • Bastien David T. (SAGE PERIODICALS PRESS, 1994-08-01)
    Most of the research on mergers and acquisitions has focused on the organization(s) undergoing a merger. Numerous studies have observed a common syndrome marking the postacquisition period. Poor organizational performance ...
  • Fiebig Greg V.; Kramer Michael W. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1998-05-01)
    This research takes a holistic approach to the study of emotions in organizations based on a proposed framework. Emotions are related to expectations or goals. Some event serves as a catalyst by inhibiting or accelerating ...
  • Shuter Robert; Turner Lynn H. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1997-08-01)
    This investigation combined qualitative and quantitative analyses to examine African American and European American women's perceptions of workplace conflict. Findings indicated that European American women are seen by ...
  • Morris G. H.; Gaveras Stasia C.; Baker Whitney L.; Coursey Marta L. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1990-02-01)
    This article explores how managers handle performance problems. Consistent with recent descriptions of sequences of managers' confrontations, the analysis isolates particular confrontive techniques recommended by managers, ...
  • Suchan James; Colucci Robert (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1989-05-01)
    Efficient written communications have become increasingly important to public and private sector managers faced with reading an ever-increasing number of documents. This study asseses the communication efficiency associated ...
  • Downs Cal W.; Archer Joan; McGrath John; Stafford Jeff (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1988-05-01)
  • Hellweg Susan A.; Geist Patricia; Jorgensen Peter F.; White-Mills Kim (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1990-11-01)
    This article reviews five compliance-gaining instruments reported in the literature, specifically used in research conducted in the organizational context. As part of this analysis, the article examines studies from the ...
  • Barge J. Kevin; Downs Cal W.; Johnson Kenneth M. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1989-02-01)
    Current trends in leadership study recognize the importance of symbol use in the everyday talk of leaders. An examination of the conversational forms constituting effective and ineffective talk by leaders revealed two ...
  • Hellweg Susan A.; Andersen Peter A. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1989-08-01)
    This article reviews five source valence instruments reported in the literature, specifically designed to measure credibility, attraction, and homophily in the organizational context. As part of this analysis, the article ...