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The findings are published in the Academy of Management Journal.
2007), "Dual Tuning in a Supportive Context: Joint Contributions of Positive Mood, Negative Mood, and Supervisory Behaviors to Employee Creativity", Academy of Management Journal, 50: 605-22.
Byline: blue chip Return to Track Town Study: "Rekindling the Flame: Processes of Identity Resurrection," Academy of Management Journal Authors: Jennifer Howard- Grenville, Matthew L.
The Impact of Subordinate Disability on Leader-member Exchange Relationships", Academy of Management Journal, Vol 44 No 2, pp 304-315.
They first appeared in a range of specialist journals worldwide, including Academy of management review, Academy of management journal, Politics and society, and Organization science.
In brief, a study in the influential US Academy of Management Journal finds that the way top managers are paid does influence a firm's performance - but not in the way the textbooks indicate.
Hitt (1988), "A causal model of linkages among environmental dimensions, macro-organizational characteristics, and performance", Academy of Management Journal.
In his study, published in the Academy of Management Journal, Hackett emphasized that rewards are not necessarily monetary.