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Values and Attitudes at Work Chapter 5
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On Corporate Ethics and Economics Pfizer’s community redevelopment program Pfizer and Merck can write off any free drugs they provide as charitable donations 80% of the world’s population live in developing countries Third World countries represent only 20% of the global market for drugs
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Stubborn Facts of Life Attitudes represent the clusters of beliefs, feelings, and intentions we have toward people, places, things, and ideas Values are the more stable, long-lasting beliefs and feelings that serve to guide our actions and attitudes Emotional and intellectual factors flow together as a whole
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Expectancy Theory Expectancy theory assumes that people are motivated to do what they believe will provide them with the highest or surest rewards The Pygmalion effect
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Unformatted text preview: occurs when the high expectations articulated by leaders result in measurable enhancements in performance Equity theory explains how people put forward an effort roughly equivalent to the rewards they expect to get in return Double-Loop Learning Espoused theories: values we wish we believed and attitudes and ideas we preach to others Theories in use: the default strategies we resort to while under stress that have helped us survive all along A Feminine Attitude in Management? People perform best when they feel good about themselves Inclusion is at the core of interactive leadership Female managers facilitate inclusion more often than their male counterparts The virtues of putting aside the culturally conditioned instinct to conquer and control...
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course MGMT 2202 taught by Professor Roda during the Spring '11 term at Dalhousie.

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