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Review: A Cognitive-Affective Model of Organizational Communication for Designing IT

Dov Te'eni
2001 MIS Quarterly  
This paper provides the spadework for a new model of organizational communication, and uses it to review existing research, as well as to suggest directions for future research and development.  ...  As a result, the issue for designers of communication support systems has become broader: how should technology be designed to make communication more effective by changing the medium and the attributes  ...  The editing of this manuscript has been supported by the Schnitzer Foundation for Research at Bar-Ilan.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3250931 fatcat:mxm5pcngdzd3jfwh5ebd7alfhq

Book Reviews

Jill Shepherd, Peter van Baalen, Marleen Huysman, Emmanuel Josserand, Filippo Carlo Wezel
2004 Organization Studies  
Enduring because it is everything but a fad, that is if we adopt a sound perspective; often designed as a fad because of the wave of utopian technical developments it led to.  ...  Here the micro-macro link is articulated through a reflection on the dynamics of organizational culture and with respect to its consequences for organizational survival.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0170840604042558 fatcat:vtgi2z4wgvb67pp6hzgunphjq4

A Literature Review on Knowledge Sharing

Tingting Zheng
2017 Open Journal of Social Sciences  
Therefore, this paper reviews the concepts of knowledge sharing and the related factors that affect knowledge sharing. Finally, this paper proposes future research directions about knowledge sharing.  ...  Knowledge sharing is affected by multi-level factors: Organizational level, team level and individual level factors; some will promote knowledge sharing, and some will have a negative impact.  ...  Factors Affecting Knowledge Sharing Organizational Level Creative Recently, Chinese researcher did a study of organizational creative culture having a multi-level effect on individual knowledge sharing  ... 
doi:10.4236/jss.2017.53006 fatcat:i54l7ijezrclxh654n2ukwcw4i

Behavioral software engineering: A definition and systematic literature review

Per Lenberg, Robert Feldt, Lars Göran Wallgren
2015 Journal of Systems and Software  
Altogether, this review can help put a broader set of human aspects higher on the agenda for future Software Engineering research and practice.  ...  The main objective of this study is to clarify the research area concerned with human aspects of Software Engineering and to create a common platform for future research.  ...  A model for individual adoption of technology was presented by Sultan and Chan [148] , which include group (communication, leadership), and organizational (organizational culture) concepts.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2015.04.084 fatcat:lr4lis5tlnfjlhg6s4vh6xhidm

A systematic review on organizational empowerment

Linda Rothman, Frans De Vijlder, René Schalk, Martine Van Regenmortel
2019 International Journal of Organizational Analysis  
Purpose This paper aims to present a systematic review on organizational empowerment (OE) using Peterson and Zimmerman´s model (2004) as a starting point.  ...  Findings The review revealed that intra-, inter- and extra-organizational empowerment affect each other and that evidence for the processes and outcomes on intra-organizational empowerment have increased  ...  We chose to review the OE model because it includes the observable characteristics of OE and the relationships between them.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijoa-02-2019-1657 fatcat:luvnla5n7rbcvcirpxb2y42rzy

Leadership Competencies and Organizational Performance: Review and Proposed Framework

Noor Syahierah Mohamad Rohana, Che Zainab Abdullah
2017 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
The study is significant to an individual who is a leader of an organization or anyone for improving the leadership skills by mastering multiple intelligences It will also give feedback to the top management  ...  Leadership competencies are the skills of a leader that contribute to superior performance.  ...  It will be hard for a leader to stimulate and challenge others' cognitive ability without having a strong cognitive skills.  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v7-i8/3297 fatcat:vith35cpr5hyzlcanjx6w6rsx4

International reviews

Stephen T. Kerr, Tjeerd Plomp
1982 ECTJ  
The cells contain cognitive and affective objectives worded in accordance with Bloom’s taxonomy.  ...  The designer is primarily responsible for this change. By being more than an en- gineer, by learning the material and in- teracting with it, the designer improves textbook quality.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02765186 fatcat:4rbospfdp5gifioblcph2cuhti

Leadership Process Models: A Review and Synthesis

Thomas Fischer, Joerg Dietz, John Antonakis
2016 Journal of Management  
Our review indicates that the predominantly studied leadership "meta" process model looks at the effect of leader traits or behaviors on performance-related outcomes through cognitive, affective, or behavioral  ...  In organizational research, studying "processes" is important for uncovering and understanding the underlying causal mechanisms in a predictor-mediator-outcome logic.  ...  Moreover, effects of a CEO's communication style are likely filtered before they affect these outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0149206316682830 fatcat:2sjanqntrbds7cxdntt2kxphye

Book review

Donald P. Oswald
1993 Journal of Child and Family Studies  
Cognitive-Behavioral Procedures with Children and Adolescents is an ed- ited volume designed for the needs of persons who are implementing or teaching cognitive-behavioral (C-B) psychotherapeutic interventions  ...  Some authors appear consumed by the desire to communicate the beauty and elegance of their conceptual model and the need to describe how a favorite treatment case illustrates the validity of that model  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01321233 fatcat:3udvb4sqqjhubpfhyfdcjw3zg4

Trust Management: Literature Review

Joanna Olga Paliszkiewicz
2011 Management  
The studywill review empirical research on organizational trust.  ...  Trust has beenidentified as a major factor influencing such things as capital investment,relationship marketing, cross-cultural communication,learning and various types of cooperation.  ...  After the literature review, some of the features of the concept of trust were founded: • It is interpersonal: between concrete individuals and connected with communication. • Situational rather than global  ... 
doaj:3a8f5abda6bd46799eefd2c1cbd178bb fatcat:us6uruwlsbh33o6mdvnuejrnha

Behavioral Ethics in Organizations: A Review

Linda K. Treviño, Gary R. Weaver, Scott J. Reynolds
2006 Journal of Management  
We review this literature and attempt to provide a coherent portrait of the current state of the field.  ...  The importance of ethical behavior to an organization has never been more apparent, and in recent years researchers have generated a great deal of knowledge about the management of individual ethical behavior  ...  Individual Differences, Organizational Context, and Ethical Behavior Moral behavior is of interest in itself, apart from its neurological, cognitive, and affective origins.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0149206306294258 fatcat:uskr46fbrbdwnj4mk5fodz2cly


1988 Human Systems Management  
acceptable to a group of people who Reviews share a criterion of validation.'  ...  The author concludes with a reminder that his Six-Stage Model is an ideal, which will be altered by the real constraints of the organizational environment.  ... 
doi:10.3233/hsm-1988-7412 fatcat:egovg7iiv5ajjcqt3rwxwtd4za

Book reviews

Harold E. Hill, Stephen B. Jones, Laurel Dickerson, Jerome K. Miller, William Winn
1980 ECTJ  
The five-day model is seen as a transitional model. It is based on the traditional notion of a five-day school week. The three-day model is for the fu- ture.  ...  . $30.00 Reviewed by Stephen B. Jones Writing a review of an edited book of es- says is quite a task, but writing a review of a book of essays on writing is a challenge.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02765368 fatcat:7pedizyftjbjtgtejkxbkfycoa

A Literature Review of Inter-Organizational Sustainability Learning

Tulin Dzhengiz
2020 Sustainability  
As a result of the review, a model of inter-organizational sustainability learning is presented.  ...  Based on the review, the paper proposes ideas for future research and contributes to the development of a future research agenda in the area of sustainability-oriented alliances and partnerships.  ...  affect the creation of a learning environment in an inter-organizational setting [80] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12124876 fatcat:wfmvzhjcrzdfjf42axdkgibbp4

eHealth for Patient Engagement: A Systematic Review

Serena Barello, Stefano Triberti, Guendalina Graffigna, Chiara Libreri, Silvia Serino, Judith Hibbard, Giuseppe Riva
2016 Frontiers in Psychology  
In this sense, patient engagement constitute a new frontiers for healthcare models where eHealth could maximize its potentialities.  ...  This systematic review underlines the need for a more holistic view of patient needs to actually engage them in eHealth interventions and obtaining positive outcomes.  ...  In this sense, the present review constitutes a first step in order to develop more precise guidelines for designing and implementing eHealth interventions for patient engagement.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.02013 pmid:26779108 pmcid:PMC4705444 fatcat:ze4save2z5dktkffqstsffzm5a
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