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Examining the relationship between employee-superior conflict and voluntary turnover in the workplace: A comparison of companies across industries
A case study of NASA's Columbia tragedy: An organizational learning and sensemaking approach to organizational crisis
Organizational rhetoric in the academy: Junior faculty perceptions and roles
The relationships among whistle-blowing, retaliation and identity: A narrative analysis
Homeland security roles and responsibilities: An examination of Texas police chiefs' perceptions
Dimensions of social networks as predictors of employee performance
Proctored versus unproctored online testing using a personality measure: Are there any differences?
Improving learner reaction, learning score, and knowledge retention through the chunking process in corporate training
The intersection of social networks in a public service model: A case study
Understanding knowledge management and organizational adaptation and the influencing effects of trust and industrial cluster
Terrorism and strain: An exploratory analysis of the impact that individual strain and negative affect have on violent behavior among trained Turkish Hezbollah members
Antecedents of commitment to and support of a proposed change initiative in a Southern Baptist congregation
Making the connection: How mentors choose proteges in academic mentoring relationships
High risk occupations: Employee stress and behavior under crisis
Organizational citizenship behaviors among public employees in Guadalajara metropolitan area, Mexico
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