The Influence Of Participative Leadership On Employee Performance: A Case Of The Public Sector In Saudi Arabia, 2021 Pepperdine University
The Influence Of Participative Leadership On Employee Performance: A Case Of The Public Sector In Saudi Arabia, Thamer Alsubaie
Theses and Dissertations
Most public organizations in Saudi Arabia currently face leadership problems such as the inability to meet organizational performance targets, low productivity, and poor motivation. This study presents a critical analysis of the extent to which a participative leadership style could help improve these leadership challenges in the Saudi Arabia public sector organizations. Its main objective was to determine the impact participative leadership has on employee performance in the Saudi Arabia public sector. It focused on analyzing the positive impact the participative leadership approach has on employee performance that contributes to enhanced employee performance and organizational performance. However, the participative leadership ...
Forward Solutions In Digital Learning Transformation: A Study In Navigating 21st-Century Organizational Learning For Learning & Development Professionals, Malika Afiya Viltz-Emerson
Theses and Dissertations
While there is a substantial volume of information on digital transformation in companies and basic knowledge of the learning functions in organizations, there is little academic research on the skilling required of Learning and Development Practitioners or Professionals (LDPs) and the impact 21st century digital transformation has on their role. This mixed methods study shares lived experiences and the perceptions of LDPs and identifies challenges with which they are faced. Overall, the study explores transformation of LDPs within the construct of organizations and the digital evolution. The study reviews how LDPs are adapting to the rapid changes and the evolution ...
Organizational Dissonance In The Context Of Organizational Decline And Turnaround Of A Security Printer: A Quantitative Case Study, Tina Marie Ramirez-Dominguez
Theses and Dissertations
The purpose of this non-experimental, quantitative study was to examine organizational identity dissonance experienced by an organization's social actors in the context of organizational decline and turnaround utilizing factor structures from five years of pre-existing, employee surveys to determine whether differences in factor scores occurred over the 5-year time frame. Organizational identity dissonance is the psychological stress or discomfort experienced by an organization's social actors from holding two or more contradictory attitudes, beliefs, or behaviors (McLead, 2008) in relation to the organization's identity. A social actor is an individual participating in a communal environment (Whetten & Mackey, 2002 ...
Improving Student Attitudes Towards Stem Education By Building Self-Efficacy Through Robotics Education, 2021 Pepperdine University
Improving Student Attitudes Towards Stem Education By Building Self-Efficacy Through Robotics Education, Kevin Obillo
Theses and Dissertations
The United States must grow its science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) trained workforce in order to fill the jobs projected to be in demand. One of the ways in which this can be done is to tap into the vast population of minorities and women who are underrepresented in the STEM fields. The United States has been looking for ways to improve STEM participation in these groups for many years now, through outreach, legislation and innovative academic programs. The purpose of this research was to examine the impact that a robotics education enrichment program had on elementary, predominantly Latinx ...
Equity, Diversity, And Inclusion Climate Assessment Activities: Development And Strategic Use In Diversity Action Plans, 2020 SJSU School of Information
Equity, Diversity, And Inclusion Climate Assessment Activities: Development And Strategic Use In Diversity Action Plans, Dr. Kristen M. Radsliff Rebmann, Parinaz Zartoshty, Kim Green, Erin Kelly-Weber, Dr. Vidalino Raatior, Lori Vonderach
School of Information Student Research Journal
This project report describes climate assessment activities in support of the development of a college-level diversity, equity, and inclusion (EDI) action plan. Elements of the climate assessment activities are described along with their purpose and rationale for inclusion. Recommendations are made for libraries to design and deploy their own EDI assessment activities with the goal of developing robust action plans supportive of inclusive excellence.
Testing The Modality Effect In An Online Training Of Virtual Workers: An Experiment Inspired By Social Distancing, 2020 University of Texas at Tyler
Testing The Modality Effect In An Online Training Of Virtual Workers: An Experiment Inspired By Social Distancing, Janice Lambert Chretien
Human Resource Development Theses and Dissertations
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic, and within 10 days, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported that all 50 U.S. states had confirmed cases of the virus.
Facing a national mandate of social distancing, most U.S. workers needed training on how to use tools and technologies required to do their jobs virtually. As a result, HRD professionals needed to quickly transition their practice onto virtual platforms with the most effective strategies for delivering learning content. Research findings have evidenced the presence of the modality effect, which states ...
Minority Student Food Insecurity In Higher Education, 2020 University of San Francisco
Minority Student Food Insecurity In Higher Education, Joe Sevillano
The minority student population in higher education has been affected by food insecurity at a disproportionate rate. Several studies have captured some of the issues associated with the material deficit but fail to identify more in-depth contributing factors. Using the theoretical framework of intersectionality, the researcher examines the experience, interpretation, and navigation of food insecurity in a medium-sized university located in a major city on the west coast. The researcher interviewed three students that self-identified as having multiple minority identities and experiencing some level of food insecurity while pursuing a degree. Findings from three rounds of interviews gave further context ...
#Leadershipaccelerated: A Coach Mindset Focused Leadership Development Program, 2020 The University of San Francisco
#Leadershipaccelerated: A Coach Mindset Focused Leadership Development Program, Diane Rindlisbacher
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Projects
Problem: Developing leaders to lead in environments that are dynamic, complex, and ambiguous is an area of focus for healthcare leaders. How leaders lead and how organizations develop leaders is tied to the outcomes they achieve (Development Dimensions International [DDI], 2019; Moldoveanu & Narayandas, 2019; Till, Dutta, & McKimm, 2016). To create a climate of trust and safety where teams succeed requires leaders to embed key attributes and competencies into their day-to-day work.
Context: A leader’s ability to create a climate of trust and safety and to adopt and apply a coach mindset to their work is intended to help them lead self ...
Exploring Gender-Leader Implicit Bias In Women Leaders: A System Justification Approach To Women Leaders' Gender And Leader Identities, Allison Malloy
Education Doctoral Dissertations in Organization Development
The purpose of the study was to gain a deeper understanding of women leaders’ gender and leader identities when they hold implicit biases that favor men or women in leadership. Data was collected via one-on-one interviews with ten women leaders and interviews were structured in two parts. First, participants provided insights into the thoughts, beliefs, and experiences that influenced their gender and leader identities. Second, participants took the gender-leadership implicit association test and described their thoughts and feelings about the results. Existential hermeneutic phenomenology was chosen as the methodology for the study because it allowed for exploration of the lived ...
Leadership Behaviors Needed By Executive Directors Of Nonprofit Victim Support Organizations, 2020 Brandman University
Leadership Behaviors Needed By Executive Directors Of Nonprofit Victim Support Organizations, Timothy Hunt
Purpose: The purpose of this mixed methods study was to determine how nonprofit victim support organization leaders rate the impact of the 10 Transformational Leadership Skills Inventory (TLSi) domains on their effectiveness. In addition, it was the purpose to discover how nonprofit victim support organization leaders describe the impact of each TLSi domain on their effectiveness.
Methodology: The participants in this study were executive directors of private, nonprofit victim support organizations across the Pacific Northwest region of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. All participated in an online quantitative survey where they rated their agreement with statements about the impact of the ...
The Correlation Between Mushroom Management Approach And School Leadership Behavior Of School Administrators Based On Teacher Perceptions, Gönül Şener, Seda Gündüzalp
Journal of Organizational & Educational Leadership
In this study, starting from the studies in the literature, it was found worthy of the research to determine the level of school leaders 'adoption of the mushroom management approach according to the teachers' perceptions. For this purpose, teachers employed in preschool, primary, secondary and high schools in Eastern and Southeastern Anatolia Region during 2018-2019 academic year were selected as the study sample with random and disproportionate cluster sampling methods. Relational screening model was used in the study. To determine the extent that the mushroom management approach adopted by school administrators predicted their school leadership levels, a literature-assisted model was ...
Organizational Stressors As Predictors Of Burnout, 2020 The University of Southern Mississippi
Organizational Stressors As Predictors Of Burnout, Kristen Albritton
The purpose of this study is to determine if organizational stress, measured by role conflict and role ambiguity, predicts burnout among employees. A review of the related literature identified variables that demonstrate a relationship with burnout, supported by the Maslach (1998) theory of burnout and Katz and Kahn’s (1966) organizational role theory. The researcher also examined whether organizational level and demographic variables (gender, education level, and job tenure) moderate the relationships between role conflict, role ambiguity, and burnout.
The study follows a non-experimental, cross-sectional design using data collected from a survey. Results of linear regression analyses reveal role conflict ...
Evaluating Between The Lines: Problematizing Voice, Power, And Politics In Goal Based And Goal Free Evaluation Methods, Buba Dicko
International Development, Community and Environment (IDCE)
Voice, power, organizational politics, and evaluators’ worldview are in constant flux in social program evaluation. Every social program rolls out based on assumptions on a theory of change (TOC) while every evaluation is also guided by request for evaluation proposal (RFP) operationalized through an evaluation scope of work (SOW). The TOC and evaluation RFPs are likely to carry strong undercurrents of power and politics likely to limit the choice of evaluation methods, tools, and processes due to the prescriptive and compliance-inducing tone. Social program evaluator is in constant dilemma of negotiating rigor amidst pressure of compliance and evaluator subjective worldviews ...
How Leaders And Employees Experience, Make Sense Of, And Find Meaning In Humility, 2020 University of the Incarnate Word
How Leaders And Employees Experience, Make Sense Of, And Find Meaning In Humility, David Perryman
Theses & Dissertations
By just about any measure, organizations today are more dynamic, diverse, and interdependent than at any other time in history. This environment puts unprecedented pressure on the human capacity to lead. And still, we demand more from our leaders—even as employees experience rising stress levels, declining loyalty, and deteriorating trust in their employers, and organizations face historically high rates of employee turnover along with the resulting financial and emotional costs. Clinging to romanticized notions of the larger-than-life leader blinds us to the paradoxical promise of humility; namely, that a leader’s greatest strength may lie, ironically, in the ability ...
تقييم مخاطر التعاقد لقبول أو رفض مهمة التدقيق من وجهة نظر مدققي الحسابات الخارجيين الأردنيين, 2020 Jinan University
تقييم مخاطر التعاقد لقبول أو رفض مهمة التدقيق من وجهة نظر مدققي الحسابات الخارجيين الأردنيين, Mohammad Ghader, Abdulnaser Nour, Anas Alcharif
Al Jinan الجنان
هدفت هذه الدراسة إلى التعرف على تقييم مدققي الحسابات الخارجيين الأردنيين لمخاطر قبول أو رفض مهمة التدقيق، وذلك من وجهة نظر مدققي الحسابات والعاملين في مكاتب التدقيق العاملة في الأردن المرخصة والمسموح لها بمزاولة المهنة. وتوصلت الدراسة إلى وجود تأثير لمخاطر التكليف والتعاقد المتعلقة بالعملاء وبأنشطة التدقيق وبمكتب التدقيق وبإدارة العميل على قرار قبول أو رفض مهمة التدقيق من وجهة نظر مدققي الحسابات الخارجيين في الأردن. وعلى ضوء النتائج قدمت الدراسة عددا من التوصيات أهمها : قيام مدققي الحسابات الخارجيين في الأردن بتقييم مخاطر التكليف والتعاقد المتعلقة بالعملاء وبأنشطة التدقيق وبمكتب التدقيق وبإدارة العميل. والتأكيد على أهمية التزام مدققي الحسابات الخارجيين ...
The Role Of The Vertical Leader In Shared Leadership, 2020 University of St. Thomas
The Role Of The Vertical Leader In Shared Leadership, Jacqueline P. Anderson
Education Doctoral Dissertations in Organization Development
The purpose of this quantitative, positivistic study is to investigate the unique roles, actions, and behaviors of vertical team leaders that lead to the emergence of shared leadership, effectiveness, and performance in work teams in organizations. The correlational study design evaluated critical leadership functions relative to a 20-item shared leadership inventory. The study included 34 team leaders and 101 team members associated with primarily Midwestern organizations.
The findings revealed that all leadership functions can be shared to a certain extent, but the leadership function of providing feedback was notably less shared than other leader functions. In addition, not only can ...
Experiences Of Transgender Men Who Joined National Pan-Hellenic Council Sororities Pre-Transition, 2020 Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College
Experiences Of Transgender Men Who Joined National Pan-Hellenic Council Sororities Pre-Transition, Sydney Epps
LSU Doctoral Dissertations
The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) - affectionately known as The Divine Nine - are places of support and leadership development for students. However, these groups espouse traditional gender role themes that align with sexual orientation and gender rigidity. This paper explores how four NPHC members negotiate their identity as both nonbinary or transgender, and Greek. Using the narrative inquiry approach, the researcher will explore how sorority members who no longer identify as cisgender women are treated post-gender transition by other sorority members.
The Effects Of University Governance Structure On New Programme Development And Approval Process In Vietnamese Universities, 2020 Singapore Management University
The Effects Of University Governance Structure On New Programme Development And Approval Process In Vietnamese Universities, Thi Anh Tram Le
Dissertations and Theses Collection (Open Access)
Universities and other higher education institutions are viewed as social organizations which play a crucial role in developing the economy, politic, culture, talent, and society of the country. Society expects the universities to well-fulfill their mission in education, academic research, public engagement for the economic development and sustainability of the country and the government is also accountable for supporting the universities to accomplish their missions.
In the context of the increasingly dynamic education industry, between a) internationalization with foreign schools establishing new ventures abroad or local schools recruiting students worldwide, b) the rapid development of information technology as digitization is ...
Strategic Consequences: How Executive And Organizational Decision-Making Impacts The Outcome Of Unconventional Warfare, 2020 Kennesaw State University
Strategic Consequences: How Executive And Organizational Decision-Making Impacts The Outcome Of Unconventional Warfare, Joseph Osborne
Doctor of International Conflict Management Dissertations
Conventional academic discussion vis-à-vis America’s Special Operations Forces, is largely focused at the tactical and operational level of analysis. This means the emphasis on explaining outcomes is placed on personnel (recruiting, assessing, selecting, and training), cutting edge equipment, innovative tactics, or advanced command and control procedures. Addressing this long-standing trend, I argue that factors well beyond the widely accepted explanations for success or failure are in play. Additionally, these factors are understandable, are manageable, and may have as great or greater an impact on the outcome of a campaign as any tactical consideration. Using the narrowly defined and discrete ...
Empowering Nurses Of Minority In The Face Of Incivility And Bullying: Through The Lens Of Phenomenology, 2020 University of Missouri-St. Louis
Empowering Nurses Of Minority In The Face Of Incivility And Bullying: Through The Lens Of Phenomenology, Corrine Floyd
Up to 85% of nurses have reported exposure to incivility in the workplace (Hunt & Marini, 2012). The often-subtle nature of incivility toward nurses in a minority population may partially explain why it remains a problem. Healthcare organizations realize the need for civility to counter the high turnover rate, staff shortages, and low job satisfaction reported by nurses, but lack understanding of how nurses of a minority population perceive incivility and bullying. This study aimed to answer the research question how do nurses with minority representation experience incivility and bullying versus empowerment in the workplace? A descriptive phenomenological design used ...