Membuat Kuesioner, 2016 university pgri adi buana
Membuat Kuesioner, Priyono Priyono
priyono iyon priyono management
Salah satu instrumen pengumpul data dalam penelitian adalah kuesioner, atau disebut juga daftar pertanyaan (terstruktur). Kuesioner ini biasanya berkaitan erat dengan masalah penelitian, atau juga hipotesis penelitian yang dirumuskan. Disebut juga dengan istilah pedoman wawancara (interview schedule), namun kita akan menggunakan istilah generiknya yaitu kuesioner
The Influence Of Motivation And Discipline Work Against Employee Work Productivity Tona'an Markets, 2016 university pgri adi buana
The Influence Of Motivation And Discipline Work Against Employee Work Productivity Tona'an Markets, Priyono Priyono, Zaenal Zaenal
priyono iyon priyono management
Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine and examine whether there is influence of motivation, and discipline kerjai on employee productivity in office environments Bangkalan tona'an market? The method used in this research is quantitative research approach with linear regression analysis techniques. multiple. The population in this study were all employees of the office market tona'an Bangkalan of 20 people, while samples in this study were all employees of the market tona'an some 20 people. Results from this study is, the hypothesis that motivational effect on work productivity in office environments market Tona'an Bangkalan ...
Successful Leadership: Optimizing The Influence Of Personality On Work Engagement, 2016 The Pennsylvania State University
Successful Leadership: Optimizing The Influence Of Personality On Work Engagement, Joey A. Fleck
Online Journal for Workforce Education and Development
Objective: This paper examines the positive influence that personality has on the level of engagement workers have in their work. By determining the connection between personality characteristics and work engagement, leaders can be proactive in promoting higher levels of engagement by their workers. Background: Engaging in one’s work encompasses the total person and includes elements such as energy, mental resilience, willingness to invest in one’s work, enthusiasm, pride, and the happiness that comes with being involved in work. The level of work engagement of workers in their work has implications for the workers as well as for ...
Mcgregor's Theory X/Y And Job Performance: A Multilevel, Multi-Source Analysis, 2016 Sacred Heart University
Mcgregor's Theory X/Y And Job Performance: A Multilevel, Multi-Source Analysis, Leanna Lawter, Richard J. Kopelman, David J. Prottas
McGregor's Theory X/Y (1957; 1960/1985; 1966; 1967), one of the most famous theories of motivation and leadership, has had a profound effect on managerial thinking over the past fifty years. Yet the effect of X/Y attitudes on job performance has never been empirically demonstrated. The present research investigates whether X/Y attitudes and X/Y behaviors-examined as two distinct constructs-are related to job performance. Further, the present research uses a multilevel, multi-source design to examine via hierarchical linear modeling the performance effects of McGregor's (1957; 1960/1985; 1966; 1967) theorizing about managerial assumptions (and behaviors ...
Optimizing Workforce Performance: Perceived Differences Of Army Officer Critical Thinking Talent Across Level Of Education, 2016 The University of Southern Mississippi
Optimizing Workforce Performance: Perceived Differences Of Army Officer Critical Thinking Talent Across Level Of Education, Richard B. Ayers
The U.S. Army’s operating environment continues to become increasingly complex and unpredictable, where U.S. technological advantage continues to erode. The complexities stem from the Army’s doctrinal assumption that the future operating environment is unknown and constantly changing (Department of the Army [DA], 2014a). Diminishing technological advantage results in more reliance on soldiers’ cognitive capability, and less on high technology weapons systems (McMaster, 2015).
A review of military literature shows extensive research on the importance of Army leaders to be talented critical thinkers (Fischer, Spiker, & Riedel, 2008, 2009; Gerras, 2008; Thomas & Gentzler, 2013). Human capital literature reveals many college graduates do not possess the critical thinking skills required of the workforce (Laird, Seifert, Pascarella, Mayhew, & Blaich, 2014; Liu, Frankel & Roohr, 2014). Senior Army leaders identify critical ...
An Investigation Of Work Environment Characteristics And Work Engagement Of Limited- And Full-Service Hotel, 2016 University of Southern Mississippi
An Investigation Of Work Environment Characteristics And Work Engagement Of Limited- And Full-Service Hotel, Robert Jerald Thompson
Today, employee work engagement is viewed as one of the most important issues for corporations, given its influence on individual and organizational productivity and performance (Attridge, 2009; Czarnowsky, 2008). As a result, all organizations desire employees who are engaged, in particular the hospitality industry. As a service-providing sector of the hospitality industry, hotels are reliant on front-line employees to conduct strong customer-employee interactions and provide efficient service delivery while exceeding customer expectations (Kusluvan, 2003). The hospitality industry needs employees who are committed to the organization and one who is passionate, striving to go the extra mile, and offering discretionary effort ...
Supervisor’S Engagement And Organization Outcomes: The Mediating Role Of Employee Engagement On Task Performance And Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Romell Thomas
Human Resource Development Theses and Dissertations
Researchers have found that several positive outcomes exist when employees are in a state of engagement. Studies also show that supervisor engagement positively affects employee engagement. This study was conducted to examine how the positive affect of employee engagement as a result of supervisor engagement affects the organization outcomes of task performance and organization citizenship behavior. The researcher proposed a model of these relationships for the study.
The quantitative, cross-sectional study involved a survey to collect the 313 responses used for data analysis. Structural Equation Modeling was used to test the hypotheses. All hypotheses were supported, indicating support for the ...
Organizational Analysis: Union Kitchen, 2016 SIT Graduate Institute
Organizational Analysis: Union Kitchen, Davita Louie
Union Kitchen, a Certified B Corp and socially driven organization, is a cluster of integrated food businesses, connecting silos of the food system to create a profitable platform for local and regional businesses to thrive in Washington, D.C. Leslie Crutchfield and Heather Grant’s Forces for Good: The Six Practices of High-Impact Nonprofits, suggests six practices, namely Advocate and Serve, Make Markets Work, Inspire Evangelists, Nurture Nonprofit Networks, Master the Art of Adaptation, and Share Leadership, as the keys to success of the most impactful nonprofits (Crutchfield & Grant, 2012). While Union Kitchen is not a nonprofit, as a Certified ...
You’Ve Got Mail: Examination Of A Brief Online Email Training, 2016 University of South Florida
You’Ve Got Mail: Examination Of A Brief Online Email Training, Jake R. Mathwich, Keaton A. Fletcher, Wendy L. Bedwell
Human Factors and Applied Psychology Student Conference
Many companies train employees on writing emails in seminar-style training sessions. However, in-person, seminar-style trainings are costly. This study aims to create a training program, rooted in the science of training to address these needs. We examine the mechanisms of action by which the training influences performance and intent to transfer. To do this, we call upon several models of training effectiveness (see Alliger, Tannenbaum, Bennett, & Traver, 1997; Baldwin & Ford, 1988; and Kirkpatrick, 1959). Taken together, these models suggest that individual differences will predict affective reactions, which will lead to utility reactions, ultimately leading to learning. We aim to test this synthesized model.
Corporate Social Responsibility: What Is It, And Why Does It Matter?, 2016 University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Corporate Social Responsibility: What Is It, And Why Does It Matter?, Charles Andrew Currey
EURēCA: Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement
In an increasingly competitive business environment, employers are also competing to attract the right talent. Many of these employers are also promoting their company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts and achievements. This study sought to understand if such efforts affected their ability to attract young talent. Gaining an understanding of what job attributes are most important to graduating college students and how CSR impacts their decisions to work for a particular company is important for recruiters in attracting the right talent. To achieve this understanding and insight, I used a quasi-experimental survey methodology to conduct my research. Survey participants ...
Manuscript, 2016 University of Texas at Tyler
Manuscript, Gradforms Uttyler
Human Resource Development Theses and Dissertations
Abstract from submitted manuscript
The Impact Of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (Mbti) On Team Success In The Workplace, 2016 James Madison University
The Impact Of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (Mbti) On Team Success In The Workplace, Kelsey M. Tate
Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities
This study was conducted to determine the impact of the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personality assessment on team success in the workplace. This was achieved through the collection of qualitative data by way of interviews from individual employees and teams about their perceptions of how their behavior changed since taking the MBTI. The study aimed to give insight into how teams function once they have taken a personality assessment and if they had improved self-awareness, reduced conflict, and prove better at accomplishing a given task. This data were analyzed through a coding process for common themes. All research was conducted ...
How Women Navigate A Career In Stem And Respond To The Challenges Created By The Lack Of Gender Diversity In The Industry., 2016 James Madison University
How Women Navigate A Career In Stem And Respond To The Challenges Created By The Lack Of Gender Diversity In The Industry., Danielle Blot
Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities
This study is a qualitative research study that investigates how women in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) industry navigate a male-dominated workplace. The purpose of this research is to determine how women who are employed in the STEM industry are affected by an environment fueled by an extreme lack of gender diversity. The research, which will be completed by March 23rd, intends to reveal how women adapt their mindset and behaviors as a result.
The three research questions for the study are as follows:
1. How do women in STEM careers report coping with the overwhelming lack ...
Transformational Leadership In Human Resources Management, 2016 John Carroll University
Transformational Leadership In Human Resources Management, Eleni Nikolakis
Celebration of Scholarship
No abstract provided.
The Perception Of Knowledge Management System Implementation To Employee Performance Is Measured With Balanced Scorecard At Pt Vale Indonesia Tbk, Yeni Febriyani
Masters Theses & Specialist Projects
Knowledge Management System (KMS) is a necessary concept as knowledge possessed by each individual employee is an intellectual property asset that will provide benefits for any organization. In a company, in terms of KMS, employees’ performance holds an important role in helping run the business of the company becoming sustainable and successful. Therefore, the measurement of employees’ performance based on a balanced scorecard is needed to understand the current business situation. This research helped focus on the perception between the KMS and employee’s performance based on a balanced scorecard (BSC) regarding a financial perspective, customer perspective, internal business process ...
73-Cents? This Doesn’T Feel Like Progress, 2016 Hamline University
73-Cents? This Doesn’T Feel Like Progress, Jennifer Keil
Faculty Opinion article in the Hamline Magazine, a publication of Hamline University.
Do Teacher Pay For Performance Schemes Advance American Education? What Education And Business Can Learn From Each Other In The Education Reform Movement, 2016 College of William & Mary Law School
Do Teacher Pay For Performance Schemes Advance American Education? What Education And Business Can Learn From Each Other In The Education Reform Movement, Devin R. Bates
William & Mary Business Law Review
States are quickly moving away from the uniform salary schedule used to compensate teachers and are instead implementing various forms of Pay for Performance. While Pay for Performance compensation schemes have proved effective in some areas of business, they are not uniformly applicable and are ill-suited to education reform. By outlining recent developments in this area of the law and by reviewing the justifications for Pay for Performance schemes, this Note shows what education can learn from business and what business can learn from education. Ultimately, it is in the self-interest of businesses to oppose the implementation of Pay for ...
Managers' Identity Construction At Work: Artistic Interventions As Triggers For Identity Work, 2016 School of Business & Economics, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Managers' Identity Construction At Work: Artistic Interventions As Triggers For Identity Work, Katarina Zambrell
Many scholars discuss how experiences from work are an important source for the construction of the personal identity. In this paper the various contextual dimensions at work that influence identity construction, are discussed. The empirical data consists of interviews with 33 Swedish managers with experiences in bringing arts into business. These, so called artistic interventions, are a growing phenomenon mainly initiated by managers. The findings are twofold: First to identify and describe a typology of five identity-related dimensions in the work context (built on Zambrell, 2004), dimensions that emerge in managers’ expressed experiences, both from work in general and ...
Innovation In Human Resources: The Combination Of Hr Standards, Hr Auditing And Big Data., Neil Mccormick, Chris Andrews
Dr Chris Andrews
There are two radical changes emerging in the human resource space that are coming from entirely different directions but are destined to collide: HR Standards and Big [HR related] Data. They are radical because they will fundamentally change the performance evaluation of HR, the teaching of the profession, and the standing and credibility of practitioners. Worldwide, there are now 25 participating countries involved in the International Standards Organisation Technical Committee (ISO TC 260) looking into HR Standards, with a further 18 countries observing. In order for data analytics to provide maximum effect in the people space there is an underlying ...
Symptomatic Leadership: The Impact Of Changing Demographics On Global Business, 2016 CUNY Hostos Community College
Symptomatic Leadership: The Impact Of Changing Demographics On Global Business, Linda L. Ridley
Publications and Research
The past several decades have displayed a focus on diversity in the workplace throughout the corporate environment. Questions remain: has the effort been at all impactful – or, due to its symbolic nature, has it only been a distraction? What behaviors would have been better emphasized to achieve full participation and opportunity by all actors in a firm?
Considerable research has revealed that attempts at diversity are clumsy at best; and spurious at worst. [i] The challenge for firms has been to develop a “business case” for why those contributing groups represented by women and people of color should be promoted ...