Management5 - The similarity between an individual's...

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The similarity between an individual's personal values and the cultural value system of an organization (also known as person-culture fit). Represents the psychological discomfort a person experiences when his or her attitudes or beliefs are incompatible with his or her behavior. Represents an individual's perception about the terms and conditions of a reciprocal exchange with another party. A person's readiness to perform a given behavior. Represent the difference between what an individual expects to receive from a job, such as good pay and promotional opportunities, and what he or she actually receives. Represents a person's mental picture or summary of a particular event or type of stimulus. Occurs when an individual's high self-expectations for him or herself lead to high performance. Someone's high expectations for another person result in high performance (also known as self-fulfilling prophecy). A loss in performance resulting from low leader expectations. Represents one's tendency to take more personal responsibility for success than for failure. The self-serving bias suggests employees will attribute their success to internal factors (high ability or hard work) and their failures to uncontrollable external factors (tough job, bad luck, unproductive co-workers, or an unsympathetic boss). There are three types of value conflict that are related to an individual's
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course MGMT 3000 taught by Professor Roberthirschfeld during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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