Work Psychology and Decision-Making Research Briefings

Work Psychology and Decision-Making Research Briefings

Work Psychology and Decision-Making Research Briefings

Downloads Home > Work Psychology and Decision-Making Research Briefings (This page) A new study in the journal Work and Organisational Psychology journal, assesses the changing nature of work in the 21st Century and examines how the discipline of Work Organisational… A new study just published in Administrative Science Quarterly by researchers from Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University in Utah in the US has found some interesting evidence… A new study published in the International Journal of Project Management looking at reducing risks in megaprojects (costing $1 billion or more) focused on the risks associated with protests.… Researchers from two universities in the United States, Georgia State University and Virginia Commonwealth University, have been studying the impact of perfectionism. Previous research has found that individuals with… Messages and orders from leaders and managers create a world of meaning in organisations. Often however the messages managers send out can create a paradox i.e. inconsistencies, uncertainties and…


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