Commitment is one of the most researched concepts in organizational behavior. This edited book in the SIOP Organizational Frontiers series, with contributions from many scholars, attempts to summarize current research and suggests new directions for studies on commitment in organizations.
Commitment is linked to other concepts ie. satisfaction, involvement, motivation, and identification and is studied across cultural lines. Both the individual and group levels of building and maintaining commitment are discussed.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.30(d)|
Table of Contents
Series Foreword. Preface. Part 1. The Meaning and Relevance of Commitment. H.J. Klein, J.C. Molloy, J.T. Cooper, Conceptual Foundations: Construct Definitions and Theoretical Representations of Workplace Commitment. J.P. Meyer, Commitment in a Changing World of Work. M. Riketta, R.Van Dick, Commitment’s Place in the Literature. Part 2. Multiple Foci of Commitment. C. Vandenberghe, Organizational Commitments. T.E. Becker, Interpersonal Commitments. M.J. Neubert, C. Wu, Action Commitments. Part 3. Building and Maintaining Commitments. M.E. Bergman, J.K. Benzer, J.B. Henning, The Role of Individual Differences as Contributors to the Development of Commitment. S.J. Wayne, J.A-M. Coyle-Shapiro, R. Eisenberger, R.C. Liden, D.M. Rousseau, L.M. Shore, Social Influences. P.M. Wright, R. Kehoe, Organizational Level Antecedents and Consequences of Commitment. S.A. Wasti, Ç. Önder, Commitment across Cultures: Progress, Pitfalls and Propositions. Part 4. Methodological Issue and Challenges. S. Jaros, Measurement of Commitment. R.J. Vandenberg, L.J. Stanley, Statistical and Methodological Challenges for Commitment Researchers: Issues of Invariance, Change Across Time, and Profile Differences. Part 5. Integration and Future Directions. T.E. Becker, H.J. Klein, J.P. Meyer, Accumulated Wisdom and New Directions for Workplace Commitments.