MGMT 6130 Required Course Readings
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Addressing employee performance problems: 7 steps to success. (2010, January). HR Specialist: New York Employment Law, 5(1), 6.
Bagley, C. E. (2008). Winning legally: The value of legal astuteness. Academy of Management Review, 33(2), 378–390.
Cannon, M. D., & Witherspoon, R. (2005). Actionable feedback: Unlocking the power of learning and performance improvement. Academy of Management Executive, 19(2), 120–134.
Coutu, D., & Beschloss, M. (2009). Why teams DON’T work. Harvard Business Review, 87(5), 98–105.
Daniel, L. J., & Davis, C. R. (2009). What makes high-performance teams excel? Research Technology Management, 52(4), 40–45.
DeRosa, D. (2009). Virtual success: The keys to effectiveness in leading from a distance. Leadership in Action, 28(6), 9–11.
Edmondson, A., & Smith, D. (2006). Too hot to handle? How to manage relationship conflict. California Management Review, 49(1), 6–31.
Epstein, M. J., Buhovac, A. R., & Yuthas, K. (2010). Implementing sustainability: The role of leadership and organizational culture. Strategic Finance, 91(10), 41–47.
Flanagan, T., & Runde, C. (2010). Conflict-competent teams. Sales & Service Excellence, 10(9), 7.
Gibson, C. B., & Gibbs, J. L. (2006). Unpacking the concept of virtuality: The effects of geographic dispersion, electronic dependence, dynamic structure and national diversity on team innovation. Administrative Science Quarterly, 51(3), 451–495.
Hackman, J. R., & Wageman, R. (2005). A theory of team coaching. Academy of Management Review, 30(2), 269–287.
Hall, B. (2010). Five traits of effective learning teams. Chief Learning Officer, 9(5), 16.
Jeffrey, S. (2009). Are you killing creativity? Sales & Service Excellence, 9(5), 5.
Lawler, E. E., III, Pringle, A., Branham, F. L., Cornelius, J., & Martin, J. (2008). Why are we losing all our good people? Harvard Business Review, 86(6), 41–51.
Lencioni, P. M. (2003). The trouble with teamwork, Leader to Leader, 2003(29), 35–40.
Lencioni, P. (2009). Teamwork, leadership and suffering. Focus: Teams, 6(1), 8.
Lencioni, P. (2006). Silos, politics, turf wars, Leadership Excellence, 23(2), 3–4.
Lencioni, P. (2008). Team dysfunction, Sales & Service Excellence, 8(4), 6.
Leveraging HR and knowledge management in a challenging economy. (2009, June). HR Magazine, 54(9), 1–9.
Mumford, T. V., & Mattson, M. (2009). Will teams work? How the nature of work drives synergy in autonomous team designs. Academy of Management Proceedings, 1–6.
Pannoni, R., & Ricketts, G. (2010). A new taxonomy for learning. Chief Learning Officer, 9(8), 32–35.
Pfeffer, J., & Veiga, J. (1999). Putting people first for organizational success. Academy of Management Executive, 13(2), 37–48.
Playing favorites: How to avoid unintended partiality in decisions, reviews. (2010, January). HR Specialist: New York Employment Law, 5(1), 6.
Pless, N. M., & Maak, T. (2005). Relational intelligence for leading responsibly in a connected world. Academy of Management Proceedings, 1–16.
Saunders, D. (2007). Create an open climate for communication. American Salesman, 52(11) 25–29.
Wellington, P., & Foster, N. (2009). 21st century teamwork. Engineering & Technology, 4(18), 72–75.
Zigarmi, D., Houson, D., Diehl, J., & Witt, D. (2010). Employee work passion: A new look at engagement. Chief Learning Officer, 9(6), 32–35.
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