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Multi-level issues in social systems

Author: Francis J Yammarino; Fred Dansereau
Publisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2006
Series: Research in multi-level issues, 5
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Contains five essays with commentaries and rebuttals that cover a range of topics, but in the realm of social systems. This book discusses the complexity of social issues in personal, academic, and  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis J Yammarino; Fred Dansereau
ISBN: 9780762313341 076231334X
OCLC Number: 487442832
Description: xii, 483 s. : illustrations
Contents: Overview: Multi-level Issues in Social Systems (F. Dansereau and F. J. Yammarino). Part I: Human Resources Management: Multi-level Fit. An Integrative Framework for Understanding Human Resources Management Practices in Cross-cultural contexts (K. A. Aumann and C. Ostroff); An organizational perspective on multi-level cultural integration: Human Resource Management Practices in Cross-cultural Contexts (X. Chen and A. Tsui); Integrating HRM Practices into a Multi-level Model of Culture: Cultures Values, Depth and Strength.(M. Erez); Multi-level Fit: Complexity, Values and Climate (K. A. Umann and C. Ostroff). Part II: Continuous Learning: Continuous Learning in Organizations: A Living Systems Analysis of Individual, Group, and Organization Learning (M. London and V.I. Sessa); Continuous Learning: Why is it Still an Issue? (D. V. Day and B.W. Tate); A Multi-level Inquiry and Elaboration: Continuous Learning Within and Across Organizations, Groups, and Individuals. (S. E. Markham, R. L. Groesbeck, and B.R. Swan); Continuous Learning About Continuous Learning: Clarifying and Expanding a Multi-level, Living Systems Analysis (V.I. Sessa and M. London). Part III: Divorce and Family: The Importance of the Common Family Background for the Similarity of Divorce Risks of Siblings: A Multi-level Event History Analysis (J. Dronkers and J. Hox); Sibling Effects on Divorce: Common Family Background, Common Genetic Heritage, or Continuining Interaction Among Adult Siblings (M.P. Farrell); Multi-level Event History Analysis for a Sibling Design: The Choice of Predictor Variables (T.A.B. Snijders); Additional Thoughts About the Importance of Common Family Background for the Similarity of Divorce Risks of Siblings (J. Dronkers and J. Hox); Part IV: Industry-University Dynamics: Industry-University Intellectual Property Dynamics as a Multi-level Phenomenon (M. Jelinek); Industry-University Relationships and the Context of Intellectual Property Dynamics: the Case of IBM (M.L. Baba); Industry-University Technololgy Transfer: Moving the Research Agenda Forward (M. Feldman); Industry-University Intellectual Property in Context: Framing the Deal and Dealing with the Frame(s) (M. Jelinek). Part V: Organizational Leadership: The Lampe Theory of Organizational Leadership (K. D. Mackenzie);"Breaking the Frame" Even Farther: Complexity Science and Lampe Theory (M. Uhl-bien and R. Marion). Some Ideas about Testing Processual Theories (K.D. Mackenzie). Part VI: About the Authors.
Series Title: Research in multi-level issues, 5
Responsibility: edited by Francis J. Yammarino, Fred Dansereau


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