Under the broad rubric of strategy-culture alignment, L. A. Witt investigates how
leaders can adapt their motivational approaches to match the personalities of their
employees and characteristics of the business unit, overall organization, and business
environment. 

Personality and Performance

Configural Nature of Personality

Trait interactions and other configural approaches to personality, Handbook of Personality at Work (2013)
 

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Personality and reactions to organizational politics, Politics in Organizations (2012)
 

Leadership

Leader-Member Exchange (LMX)

Social Effectiveness

Customer Service

Work-Family Balance

Counterproductive Work Behavior

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Personality and high-maintenance behavior, Journal of Business and Psychology (2004)
 

Organizational Politics

Job Performance

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When does adaptive performance lead to higher task performance, Journal of Organizational Behavior (2011)
 

Organizational Support

Occupational Health

Diversity

Employee Selection and Training

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Assessing the cost of underperformance: A computer programmer example, The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (2011)
 

Safety

Teams

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Addressing politics in matrix teams., Group and Organization Management (2001)
 

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Team-member exchange and commitment to a matrix team, Journal of Social Behavior and Personality (1999)