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The Human Relations school of managerial thought (e.g., Roethlisberger and Dickson, 1967), which basically argues that employee performance will improve as the employment relationship improves, has resulted in a wide variety of theories attempting to explain why this change occurs. One of the most prominent of those theories is social exchange theory (e.g., Blau, 1964), which is supplemented by the norm of reciprocity (e.g., Gouldner, 1960). The explanation provided by social exchange argues that the employee may perform at a higher level because s/he perceives an obligation to reciprocate for social "gifts" granted by the ...
Inclusive practices within cultures of educational organizations; the implications of implementing inclusive policies on educational organizations. By Partson Musosa Phiri Introduction There appears to be a growing body of knowledge suggesting the significance of organizational culture in reform efforts created by the growing level of globalization, marketization, heightened volatility, hyper-competition, demographic changes and the explosion of knowledge (Evans and Lunt, 2002; Leisen, et.al., 2002; Prange, 1999; Sheffield, 2007; Tierney, 1988). The significance is further highlighted by ... Read More
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