IJOTB 2012

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Personal Social Media Usage and Its Impact on Administrative Accountability: An Exploration of Theory and Practice
K. C. Bezboruah and M. M. Dryburgh

Symposium on Organizational Innovations and Responses for Universal Equilibrium, Part I
S. Tripathi

Symposium Introduction
S. Tripathi

Complexity Capabilities as Prerequisite for Organizational Innovations and Successful Responses for Universal Equilibrium
W. Amann and S. Khan

Measuring Humane Orientation of Organizations through Social Exchange and Organizational Identification Facilitation and Control of Burnout and Intent to Quit
M. Kumar, S. Singh, H. Rai and A. Bhattacharya

Harmonizing the Individual and the Organization: An Aristotelian-Thomistic Model of Corporate Governance
M. Macaulay and S. Arjoon

University Sustainability and System Ontology
G. Aguirre, D. M. Boje, M. L. Cast, S. L. Conner, C. Helmuth,
R. Mittal, R. Saylors, N. Tourani, S. Vendette, and T. Q. Yan

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Innovating the Routine? Signs of Evolving Organizational Performance in Surveys of Federal Managers
E. Gibson

Maintaining Dignity – A Case of Outsourced Paper Plant
S. Kalliola and J. Niemelä

Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick: How Contract Representatives Deal with Problems
D. M. Daley

Employee Attachment to Workplace: A Review of Organizational and Occupational Identification and Commitment
S. Hassan

Something Old and Something New: Using the Technology Acceptance Model to Evaluate Nonprofit Certification
L. A. D. Slatten

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The Role of Leadership in Learning Culture and Patient Safety.................. 151
Y.M. Kim and D. Newby-Bennett

The Influence of Covariates on Latent Job Performance Ratings
from Differing Sources: A Mimic Modeling Approach .................................... 176
B. G. Whitaker

SYMPOSIUM

Symposium on Managing Performance of Faith-Based
Non-Profit Organizations, Part II ....................................................................... 199
D. Fields and B. Boggs

Moving From Maturity to Renewal: An Investigation of
Culture and Innovation ....................................................................................... 200
J. L. Parolini and M. D. Parolini

The Study of the Relationship between Organizational
Culture and Organizational Performance in Non-Profit
Religious Organizations ................................................................................... 239
R. J. Givens

Motivation to Serve in Faith-Based Non-Profit Churches: The
Role of Affective and Normative Commitment as Well as
Motivation to Lead ............................................................................................. 264
B. E. Winston, K. Cerff and S. Kirui

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Working in a Non-Collective Bargaining Environment and
Building a Local Union Chapter: Texas as the "State of
Exception" ................................................................................................................. 1
T. Garrett

SYMPOSIUM

Symposium on Managing Performance of Faith-Based
Non-Profit Organizations, Part I............................................................................ 24
D. Fields and B. Boggs

Symposium Introduction ....................................................................................... 25
D. Fields and B. Boggs

How Faith-Based Nonprofit Organizations Define and Measure
Organizational Effectiveness ............................................................................... 29
G. A. Jacobs and J. A. Polito

Donor OPR and Values-Fit Incongruence: An Improved Predictor
of Donations of Unrestricted Funds for 501(C)(3)
Publicly-Supported, Tax-Exempt, Faith-Based,
Not-For-Profit Organizations? ............................................................................. 57
M. H. Wright, M. C. Bocarnea and J. K. Huntley

Numbers and Hearts: A Case Study in the Development of
Matrics for Transformational Ministry Outcomes ............................................ 88
J. Hale, A. Reesor, and R. John

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