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Culture, Organizations, and Work : Clarifying Concepts.

By: Kwantes, Catherine T.
Contributor(s): Glazer, Sharon.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Culture, Organizations, and Work: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (113 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319476629.Subject(s): ConsciousnessAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Culture, Organizations, and Work : Clarifying ConceptsDDC classification: 155.2 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Acknowledgments -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- References -- 2 Culture Across Disciplines -- 2.1 Psychology -- 2.2 Anthropology -- 2.3 Sociology -- 2.4 Business -- 2.5 Summary -- References -- 3 Toward an Operationalization of Culture -- 3.1 A Macro View of Culture -- 3.2 Approaching Culture -- 3.3 Creating Frameworks to Study Culture: The Nomological Network -- 3.4 Etic Versus Emic -- 3.5 Methodological and Measurement Challenges -- 3.6 Identifying Cultural Signatures: Surface Probes to Deep Dives -- 3.7 Geographical Context as Culture -- 3.8 Societal Cultures -- 3.9 Diverse/Heterogeneous Cultures -- 3.10 Characterizing Culture: Cultural Values and Beliefs -- 3.10.1 Culture as Values -- 3.10.2 Culture as Beliefs -- 3.10.3 Culture as Values and Beliefs -- 3.10.4 Other Cultural Characteristics -- 3.11 A Micro View of Culture -- 3.12 Culture as Presented Through Social Relationships -- 3.13 Summary: Operationalizing Culture for This Brief Series -- References -- 4 Organizations and Culture -- 4.1 Voluntary Versus Involuntary Membership with an Organization and Its Culture -- 4.1.1 Voluntary -- 4.1.2 Non-voluntary -- 4.2 Organizational Cultures -- 4.2.1 Organizational Cultures in Context -- 4.2.2 Perspectives on Organizational Culture -- 4.2.3 Leadership and Organizational Cultures -- 4.2.4 Organizational Culture Change -- 4.3 Multinational Corporations -- 4.4 Industry Cultures -- 4.5 Organizational Cultures Around Issues -- 4.5.1 Safety Culture -- 4.5.2 Health Culture -- 4.6 Intraorganizational Cultures -- 4.7 Team Cultures -- 4.8 Summary -- References -- 5 Work and Culture -- 5.1 Work: Person/Input -- 5.2 Work: Throughput/Process -- 5.2.1 Situated Cognition -- 5.2.2 Motivation -- 5.2.3 Work Values -- 5.2.4 Decision-Making -- 5.2.5 Negotiation -- 5.2.6 Justice -- 5.2.7 Trust -- 5.2.8 Commitment -- 5.3 Work: Outcomes.
5.3.1 Contextual Performance -- 5.3.2 Task Performance -- 5.3.3 Work Stress -- 5.4 Summary -- References -- 6 Cross-Cultural Competence and Cultural Intelligence in the Workplace -- 6.1 Cross-Cultural Competence -- 6.2 Cultural Intelligence -- 6.3 Summary -- References -- 7 Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography.
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Acknowledgments -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- References -- 2 Culture Across Disciplines -- 2.1 Psychology -- 2.2 Anthropology -- 2.3 Sociology -- 2.4 Business -- 2.5 Summary -- References -- 3 Toward an Operationalization of Culture -- 3.1 A Macro View of Culture -- 3.2 Approaching Culture -- 3.3 Creating Frameworks to Study Culture: The Nomological Network -- 3.4 Etic Versus Emic -- 3.5 Methodological and Measurement Challenges -- 3.6 Identifying Cultural Signatures: Surface Probes to Deep Dives -- 3.7 Geographical Context as Culture -- 3.8 Societal Cultures -- 3.9 Diverse/Heterogeneous Cultures -- 3.10 Characterizing Culture: Cultural Values and Beliefs -- 3.10.1 Culture as Values -- 3.10.2 Culture as Beliefs -- 3.10.3 Culture as Values and Beliefs -- 3.10.4 Other Cultural Characteristics -- 3.11 A Micro View of Culture -- 3.12 Culture as Presented Through Social Relationships -- 3.13 Summary: Operationalizing Culture for This Brief Series -- References -- 4 Organizations and Culture -- 4.1 Voluntary Versus Involuntary Membership with an Organization and Its Culture -- 4.1.1 Voluntary -- 4.1.2 Non-voluntary -- 4.2 Organizational Cultures -- 4.2.1 Organizational Cultures in Context -- 4.2.2 Perspectives on Organizational Culture -- 4.2.3 Leadership and Organizational Cultures -- 4.2.4 Organizational Culture Change -- 4.3 Multinational Corporations -- 4.4 Industry Cultures -- 4.5 Organizational Cultures Around Issues -- 4.5.1 Safety Culture -- 4.5.2 Health Culture -- 4.6 Intraorganizational Cultures -- 4.7 Team Cultures -- 4.8 Summary -- References -- 5 Work and Culture -- 5.1 Work: Person/Input -- 5.2 Work: Throughput/Process -- 5.2.1 Situated Cognition -- 5.2.2 Motivation -- 5.2.3 Work Values -- 5.2.4 Decision-Making -- 5.2.5 Negotiation -- 5.2.6 Justice -- 5.2.7 Trust -- 5.2.8 Commitment -- 5.3 Work: Outcomes.

5.3.1 Contextual Performance -- 5.3.2 Task Performance -- 5.3.3 Work Stress -- 5.4 Summary -- References -- 6 Cross-Cultural Competence and Cultural Intelligence in the Workplace -- 6.1 Cross-Cultural Competence -- 6.2 Cultural Intelligence -- 6.3 Summary -- References -- 7 Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography.

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Dr. Kwantes is Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Director of the Organization and Culture Research Centre at the University of Windsor. She received an MSc in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University, and an MA and PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Wayne State University. She is a member of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, the Canadian Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, and a Fellow of the International Association for Intercultural Research. She has lived and taught in Canada, Japan, India, and the United States. Her research focuses on the intersection of societal and organizational cultures, and how societal cultures affect workplace interactions and employee attitudes and work behaviors. Dr. Kwantes serves on the editorial board of the International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, as an ad hoc reviewer for a number of journals such as the Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, the Journal for International Business Studies, the Journal of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Making, and the Journal of Business Research. She is co-editor of the SpringerBrief Series on Culture, Organizations, and Work. Dr. Sharon Glazer has a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational (IO) Psychology from Central Michigan University (1999) and an M.S. in Applied (IO) Psychology from the University of Baltimore. She also had a postdoctoral fellowship at the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health. Currently, Dr. Glazer is Professor and Chair of the Division of Applied Behavioral Sciences at the University of Baltimore and President of Healthy Organization, Inc. She has over 20 years of teaching, consulting, and research experience, with expertise in cross-cultural issues in occupational stress. Her research has been supported by several external and internal grants, most notably Fulbright, Erasmus Mundus, and NASA. She has taught and conducted research through her visiting professorships to Rene Descartes University in France, the University of Bologna, Italy, the University of Barcelona and the University of Valencia, Spain, the University of Coimbra, Portugal, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, Western Maryland College in Budapest, Hungary, the University of Pau-Bayonne, France, and the University of Silesia, Poland. Since 2007, Dr. Glazer has been the treasurer of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology and from 2010 to 2015, she served as editor of the International Journal of Stress Management. She is also on the editorial board of the International Journal of Intercultural Relations and co-editor of the SpringerBrief Series on Culture, Organizations, and Work.

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