Management Research News: Volume 15 Issue 10


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Effective Coaching of Organisational Employees

Thomas J. Case, Brian H. Kleiner

The most important asset is people. This fact must be recognised before management can begin to effectively coach their employees. Since every person is in themselves an…

Last Buy and No Buy Effect on Risk Perception and Reduction

V.‐W. Mitchell, G.S. Prince

For over 30 years the topic of Perceived Risk has been of interest to consumer behaviour researchers. However, by far the majority of the literature has focused on applications of…

Organisational Commitment and Job Satisfaction as Predictors of Employee Turnover Intentions

Michael Jenkins, R. Paul Thomlinson

Research in recent years has shown renewed vigour in the area of employee turnover (e.g., Lee, Ashford, Walsh & Mowday, 1992; Lee & Mitchell, 1992). Earlier studies were rather…


The Relevant Effectiveness of Different Training and Development Methodologies

James D. Richardson, Brian H. Kleiner

Choosing an effective method for instruction is a decision the training professional must deal with as an integral part of course design. The importance of the training…



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