Organizational Behaviour & Human Resources Management
Additive integration of information is ubiquitous in judgment and has been shown to be effective even when multiplicative rules of probability theory are prescribed. We explore the generality of these findings in the context of estimating probabilities of success in contests.
Age-Moderated Effects of Consequence and Intent Information on Punishment: An Intuitive Prosecutorial Interpretation
In responding to wrongdoings, people simultaneously pursue the goals of social control and fairness to the wrongdoer. Social control necessitates stronger weighting of consequences than causes; fairness entails the opposite.
The authors tested a causal-moral model of punishment in which (a) causal attribution and moral responsibility are distinct precursors of punishment, and (b) dispositional attribution leads to blame which, in turn, determines imprisonment.
The authors tested a model in which a group's association with an offender impacts collective imprisonment indirectly via dispositional attribution and blame to the group, culture does so indirectly via blame, and severity of outcome directly determines imprisonment.
In recent years, the financial crisis and the environmental upheavals that the globe is experiencing calls for systemic thinking on issues that affect human life.
This article attempts to understand the state of teaching, training and research in business ethics in the South and South East Asian region. The countries surveyed are Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, India, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam.
Bridging the Cross-Cultural Transformational Li (Distance Measure) at Huawei Technology India Private Limited
The rapid growth of Information Technology (IT) globally fuelled by innovation and customer demands propelled companies to globalize. India witnessed several global technology giants thriving on Indian soils during this phase and Huawei Technology India Pvt. Ltd. (HTIPL) was one such.
The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) are structured for decentralised governance with the faculty chairing administrative positions, and all major policy decisions being taken with the involvement and concurrence of the faculty body.
The objective of this article is to provide a framework of contextual factors that affect help seeking expectancies and behaviors of people with disabilities.
Socialization has crucial outcomes for both the employee and the employer. Through an exploratory qualitative study conducted in India, we examined how people with disabilities (PWD) viewed various aspects of their socialization process.