International Journal of Organizational Analysis: Volume 23 Issue 3

Subject:

Table of contents - Special Issue: Leading for organizational excellence in the Middle East

Strategies for talent management: a study of select organizations in the UAE

Abhilasha Singh, Jyoti Sharma

This paper aims at finding out strategies adopted by the organizations to reduce the employee turnover as well as to how to effectively manage human capital for…

A framework for leading change in the UAE public sector

Nader Asaad Bin Taher, Vlad Krotov, Leiser Silva

– The purpose of this paper is to guide managers on business process reengineering (BPR) and automation projects in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) public sector context.

Interpersonal communication and diversity climate: promoting workforce localization in the UAE

Valerie Priscilla Goby, Catherine Nickerson, Emily David

This paper aims to identify the rudiments of an organizational communication framework which can serve as a facilitator of a positive diversity climate, which, in turn…

Examining the relationship between organizational coaching and workplace counterproductive behaviours in the United Arab Emirates

Amjad Al-Nasser, Mohamed Behery

The purpose of this study is to establish both the validity of Western theories within the Middle East, namely, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and to further improve and…

Expatriate leadership competencies and performance: a qualitative study

Hanan AlMazrouei, Robert Zacca

The purpose of this paper is to investigate leadership competencies of expatriate managers working within the UAE and identify if these competencies are unique from those…

Employee suggestion scheme sustainability excellence model and linking organizational learning: Cases in United Arab Emirates

Flevy Lasrado, M. Arif, Aftab Rizvi

The purpose of this paper is to propose a sustainability assessment model and to discuss the implications for organizational learning. Paper presents a sustainability…

Workplace quotas: Building competitiveness through effective governance of national-expatriate knowledge transfer and development of sustainable human capital

Laura L. Matherly, Shamma Sultan Al Nahyan

This study aims to develop a theoretical model that specifies the most important factors hypothesised to facilitate reciprocal knowledge transfer between nationals and…

The effects of human resource management practices on employees’ organisational commitment

Khaled Aladwan, Ramudu Bhanugopan, Brian D'Netto

– This study aims to examine the effects of human resource management (HRM) practices on organisational commitment (OC) in the Middle Eastern context.

Correlates of employee turnover intentions in oil and gas industry in the UAE

Afif Saif Harhara, Sanjay Kumar Singh, Matloub Hussain

This paper aims to develop a framework to understand, predict and control factors affecting employee turnover intentions in the oil and gas industry in the UAE. The oil…

Cover of International Journal of Organizational Analysis

ISSN:

1934-8835

Renamed from:

Organizational Analysis

Online date, start – end:

2005

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Peter Stokes