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Journal Articles (18)
Supervisor-subordinate Kankei, job satisfaction and work outcomes in Japanese firms
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management (2013)
In this study, we revisit a research model in which the relationships between Japanese supervisor-subordinate kankei (S-S kankei) and organisational ...
Representational predicaments at work : how they are experienced and why ...
Asia Pacific Journal of Management (2013)
Representational predicaments reflect unfavorable perceptual or attributional incongruence between subordinates and superiors about the employees’ work, and adversely affect morale. ...
Working Papers (14)
Ethical issues concerning the experience of representational predicaments at work
Hong Kong Institute of Business Studies Working Paper Series (2009)
Representational predicaments refer to situations in which job incumbents believe that dominant authorities are holding incomplete or otherwise incorrect work-related ...
Antecedents, moderators and examples of representational predicaments at three Hong ...
Hong Kong Institute of Business Studies Working Paper Series (2005)
Employees suffer representational predicaments if they feel that they bear invisible burdens and/or make invisible contributions. This feeling implies a ...
Collective myopia as the blocking mechanism to organizational learning
Hong Kong Institute of Business Studies Working Paper Series (2002)
This study aims to identify the blocking n1echanisms for Japanese expatriate managers to acquire double-loop organizational learning in their international ...