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Handbook of organizational politics

Author: Vigoda-Gadot, Eran ; Drory, AmosPublisher: Edward Elgar , 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 370 p. : Graphs ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781843769958Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Handbook of Organizational Politics Contents List of contributors Preface: Challenges and new frontiers for organizational politics in modern worksites by Eran Vigoda-Gadot and Amos Drory PART I: THE INDIVIDUAL'S PERSPECTIVE: POLITICS, PERSONALITY AND LEADERSHIP 1 Organizational politics, leadership and performance in modem public worksites: A theoretical framework Eran Vigoda-Gadot and Yinnon Dryzin-Amit 2 Agreeableness and extraversion as moderators of the political influence compatibility­work outcomes relationship John P Meriac and Peter D. Villanova 3 Personality and politics perceptions: A new conceptualization and illustration using OCBs Christopher C Rosen, Chu-Hsiang Chang and Paul E. Levy 4 Antecedents, processes and outcomes of collective (group-level) politics in organizations Keith James 5 The politics of impression management in organizations: Contextual effects Amos Drory and Nurit Zaidman PART II: ETHICS AND JUSTICE: VALUES, FAIRNESS AND THE POSSIBILITIES FOR TRUST IN WORKPLACE POLITICS 6 Organizational politics, definitions and ethics Chris Provis 7 The direct and indirect influence of organizational politics on organizational support, trust and commitment Simon Albrecht 8 Politics as determinant of fairness perceptions in organizations Constant D. Beugré and Patrick R. Liverpool PART III: EMOTIONS AND STRESS: ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS AND EMPLOYEES' WELL-BEING 9 Organizational politics and workplace stress Russell Cropanzano and Andrew Li 10 The emotion of politics and the politics of emotions: Affective and cognitive reactions to politics as a stressor Yongmei Liu, Gerald R. Ferris, Darren C. Treadway, Melita L. Prati, Pamela L. Perrewé and Wayne A. Hochwarter vii ix 3 16 29 53 75 89 107 122 139 161 11 The strain-related reactions to perceptions of organizational politics as a workplace stressor: Political skill as a neutralizer Robyn L. Brouer, Gerald R. Ferris, Wayne A. Hochwarter, Mary Dana Laird and David C. Gilmore PART IV: SYSTEMS AND PERFORMANCE: STRATEGY, CHANGE AND DECISION MAKING AS A POLITICAL PROCESS 12 A micro-political perspective of strategic management Jane Gunn and Stephen Chen 13 Organizational politics: Affective reactions, cognitive assessments and their influence on organizational commitment and cynicism toward change Simon Albrecht 14 The relationship between perceptions of politics, social support, withdrawal and performance Jonathon R.B. Halbesleben and Anthony R. Wheeler 15 Competing perspectives on the role of understanding in the politics perceptions­job performance relationship: A test of the 'antidote' versus `distraction' hypotheses Wayne A. Hochwarter, Robert W Kolodinsky, Lawrence A. Witt, Angela T Hall, Gerald R. Ferris and Michele K Kacmar 16 The symbiosis of organizational politics and organizational democracy David Butcher and Martin Clarke PART V: THE PROFESSIONALS' PERSPECTIVE: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND CONSULTING IN A POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT 17 Speaking truth to power: Three perspectives on consultation Robert T Golembiewski 18 Twelve foundations for the power position of consultants Astrid I. Boogers-van Griethuijsen, Ben J. Emans, Janka I. Stoker and Arndt M Sorge 19 Organizational politics: Building positive political strategies in turbulent times Ronnie Kurchner-Hawkins and Rima Miller Index 187 209 230 253 271 286 303 313 328 353

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