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Human or Social Resources Management: Which Conditions Force HR Departments to Select the Right Employees for Organizational Social Capital?
(Wiley Perıodicals, Inc, 2016)
This study examines in which cases organizations tend to form social capital, and explores how such attitude affects their recruitment strategies. This countrywide research project covering 158 firms located in 18 different ...
A Critical Review of Implicit Leadership Theory on the Validity of Organizational Actor-National Culture Fitness
(Ardabil Industrial Management Inst, 2017)
According to implicit leadership literature, actor-national culture fitness is a necessity to be labeled as a leader. However, studies which focus on implicit leadership theory and national culture have some contradictory ...
Emotions in Business Organizations: An Empirical Study on Relation between Emotions
(PEOPLE: International Journal of Social Sciences, 2017-10)
This paper aims to clarify the effects of emotions on organizational life based on the complex adaptive systems (CAS) approach and proposes a new frame for defining and examining emotions in organizations. In this frame, ...