Productivity in Organizations: New Perspectives from Industrial and Organizational Psychology / Edition 1

Productivity in Organizations: New Perspectives from Industrial and Organizational Psychology / Edition 1

by John P. Campbell, Richard J. Campbell
     
 

ISBN-10: 1555421008

ISBN-13: 9781555421007

Pub. Date: 11/28/1988

Publisher: Wiley

Leading scholars and practitioners examine recent research on productivity, analyze case examples of innovative programs, and describe ways to improve productivity practices.

Overview

Leading scholars and practitioners examine recent research on productivity, analyze case examples of innovative programs, and describe ways to improve productivity practices.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781555421007
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
11/28/1988
Series:
Management Series
Edition description:
1st ed
Pages:
451
Product dimensions:
6.34(w) x 9.43(h) x 1.42(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword - Raymond A. KatzellPrefaceThe Authors
1.Introduction: What Industrial-Organizational Psychology Has to Say About Productivity
Part One: Productivity Concepts and Issues
2. Productivity Defined: The Relativity of Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Change
3. Productivity Assessment: Japanese Perceptions and Practices
4. Productivity Research: Reviewing Psychological and Economic Perspectives
5. Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Productivity: The Goodness of Fit
Part Two: Individual Differences, Motivation, Learning, and Productivity
6. Recruiting, Selecting, and Matching People with Jobs
7. Individual Motivation and Performance: Cognitive Influences on Effort and Choice
8. Training Design for Performance Improvement
Part Three: Mulitfaceted Interventions for Influencing Productivity
9. Job Enrichment and Performance Improvement
10. The Quality Circle and Its Variations
11. Groups and Productivity: Analyzing the Effectiveness of Self-Managing Teams
12. New Developments in Profit Sharing, Gainsharing, and Employee Ownership
Part Four: Implementing Organization-Wide Productivity Innovations
13. Flexible Job Models: A Productivity Strategy for the Information Age
14. Employee Involvement: A Sustained Labor/Management Initiative at the Ford Motor Company
15. Productivity: Conclusions and Forecasts from Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Name IndexSubject Index

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