This study examines the relationships among professionalism, organizational‐ professional conflict and various work outcomes for a sample of Certified Management Accountants. We assessed professionalism using Hall’s Professionalism Scale, and tested the relationships among professionalism, organizational‐professional conflict, organizational commitment, job satisfaction and turnover intentions using a structural equations model. The results indicate that two dimensions of professionalism (dedication to the profession and autonomy demands) were positively associated with perceptions of organizational‐professional conflict. As hypothesized, individuals who perceived higher levels of organizational‐professional conflict were less committed to the organization, had lower levels of job satisfaction and also had higher turnover intentions.
Shafer, W.E., Park, L.J. and Liao, W.M. (2002), "Professionalism, organizational‐professional conflict and work outcomes: A study of certified management accountants", Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Vol. 15 No. 1, pp. 46-68. https://doi.org/10.1108/09513570210418888Download as .RIS
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