Interpersonal Motives and the Strength of Organisational Culture

A new paper in Organizational Psychology Review discusses the Ambidextrous Interpersonal Motives model of organisational culture and how it can be understood through a framework of motives such as cooperation, competition and autonomy. It discusses how culture is affected through its forms, consequences and subcultures.



Post a Comment

Comments are moderated. Spam will be ignored. Thanks for contributing!