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Author:... Felix Mavondo , A Gunasekaran , James C. Sarros
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Production Economics(IF 2.081), 1997, Vol.52 (1), pp.161-172Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper is part of a larger study of competitive advantage, organisational innovation and organisational performance. The paper is based on preliminary tests performed on Australian manufacturers participating in the Best Practice Program. The main aim is to provi...
Author:James C. Sarros , Brian K. Cooper
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 2006, Vol.21 (1), pp.1-22Springer
Abstract:ABSTRACT(#br)Character is an increasingly important topic of discourse and analysis, however, much of the research remains problematic and conceptual. Even less evidence exists of the nature of the relationship between character and leadership. This study examined self-reported c...
Author:James C. Sarros , Walter H. Gmelch , George A. Tanewski
Data Source:[J].Higher Education Research & Development, 1998, Vol.17 (1), pp.65-88Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This study examines the changing and multifaceted roles and responsibilities of academic deans in Australian universities. A total of 195 deans from the population of 287 in Australia responded to the survey. Most were male, around 50 years old, married, with fewer than 5 years' ...
Author:James C. Sarros , Robert J. Willis ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 2005, Vol.27 (2), pp.151-172Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This paper explores the examination procedures and protocols for the DBA degree through a survey of universities offering the degree in Australia. The findings indicate general consistency among institutions in understanding the differences between a DBA and PhD, and a relatively...
Author:James C. Sarros
Data Source:[J].British Educational Research Journal, 1988, Vol.14 (2), pp.175-190Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This qualitative study examined work situations contributing to burnout as identified by over 120 school-based administrators in a large Western Canadian separate school district. Both organisational and individual features such as interpersonal relationships, work load, and need...
Author:James C. Sarros , Iain L. Densten
Data Source:[J].Higher Education Research & Development, 1989, Vol.8 (1), pp.47-57Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This study of stress among 107 undergraduate students enrolled in various degree strands in a Victorian Institute of Technology reveals that major stressors are both academic and personal in nature. Students generally are more likely to use direct-action strategies in their attem...
Author:James C. Sarros , Anne M. Sarros
Data Source:[J].School Leadership & Management, 2011, Vol.31 (3), pp.235-260Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Experienced leaders face challenges that demand different leadership approaches to those of inexperienced leaders. The purposes of this article are to: (1) explore the leadership initiatives prominent for experienced leaders compared with inexperienced leaders; (2) examine the re...
Author:James C. Sarros , Walter H. Gmelch , George A. Tanewski
Data Source:[J].Higher Education Research & Development, 1997, Vol.16 (1), pp.9-24Taylor & Francis
Abstract:The role of the academic departmental head in Australian universities has been little explored. This article reports a study of the role by comparing key demographic data with a similar American-based study, and examining the role in terms of personal, professional, and organisat...
Author:James C. Sarros , Walter H. Gmelch , George A. Tanewski
Data Source:[J].Higher Education Research & Development, 1997, Vol.16 (3), pp.283-292Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This study of the academic department head in Australian universities continues the discussion explored in the article entitled, “The Role of Department Head in Australian Universities: Changes and Challenges” published in the April edition of HERD, 16(1), 1997. The current ...
Author:Judy H. Gray , Iain L. Densten , James C. Sarros
Data Source:[J].Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship, 2003, Vol.17 (1), pp.31-46Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Despite extensive research on corporate culture, very little empirical research has examined the culture of small organisations. An updated version of the Organizational Culture Profile (OCP, O’Reilly, Chatman, and Caldwell, 1991) was used in an Australia-wide s...

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