check and see what databases you have access to- this search was ed Research Complete. Others I suggested: Ed Full Text, Professional Dev Collection, ERIC, and PQ Dissertations and Theses.
see if you can create a similar search using their thesaurus/subject term list (remembering that each database may have their own slightly different terms)- I can send you a few of these if you're entirely blocked...
climate/culture or voice/inclusion .. but not faculty and not student .. in education .. mainly higher
this folder might have nothing in it.. accidentally erased
ize recommends I extend my list of literature that I to explore to hone in specifically on the nexus of POS, Inclusion and Org Climate and Culture - especially some of the recent literature 2014/2015 will focus on this.
Exit, Voice, Loyalty
2. Develop an annotated bibliography based on extensive readings that support positive behaviors
Positive Organizational Behavior?
Here is the handbook you do not have
Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology and Work
Edited by Nicola Garcea, Susan Harrington, and P. Alex Linley
Roberts, Laura Morgen. Exploring Positive Identities and Organizations : Building a Theoretical and Research Foundation. Hove, GBR: Psychology Press, 2009. ProQuest ebrary.
..... shaping inclusive climate and culture important
*****Nishii , LIsa .. like here stuff
In Laura's book : Diversity at Work ..
Has practice of Inclusion.
***PARTICPATIVE Leadership .. not necessarily .. Leadership.. more .. employee perception
** particiapit. decision-making /// transparency
Book Notes : e Books Diversity at work
So we looked at either (organizational culture) or (organizational climate) and employee empowerment, and then explored how these intersect with grounded theory- all as subject terms.
see you in YS!
This is what we found when we looked at the intersection of organizational climate/culture and inclusion/diversity.
great meeting you- look forward to seeing you in YS!
.. Climate .. individual
...Culture .. Group
More about the below
Web of Science.. forward citation trail
Cinahl .. Nursing database .. two words in title .. not out SAFETY
Be sure to check the OTHER POSSIBILITIES search on box below
Good morning, Deb!
You may recall we spent a lot of time on workplace culture/climate as I was delving into my CRR. The work has helped me to realize that these are 2 very different concepts so I wanted to do some preliminary exploration on climate by itself. I am sort of looking for a starting point to refine my search. I jumped into PsychInfo on my own and was disappointed to come up with many of the false drops we saw before (safety, crisis, etc) and few articles that really address the concept.
Interesting, isn't it, that PsycINFO cataloguers consider the two terms interchangeable in the Thesaurus of Descriptors ? For this question, I turned to reference books, handbooks etc. Unfortunately we lost a great set of the Oxford Handbooks, but I still had access to some things. I think I found just the right chapter .. at least to begin.. as we really wanted people talking about the differences .
Attached below.. We can keep going .. but have look at this rather scholarly treatment of the question of the distinction and see if this is what you seek ?
I think this chapter could be a BINGO on your question. I have attached it below
Schneider, B., Ehrhart, M. G., & Macey, W. H. (2011). Perspectives on organizational climate and culture. In S. Zedeck, S. Zedeck (Eds.) , APA handbook of industrial and organizational psychology, Vol 1: Building and developing the organization (pp. 373-414). Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association. doi:10.1037/12169-012
from the abstract
The chapter is about two siblings. They share much in common but have typically failed to see the benefits that might accrue to them if they learned more about each other and the ways that each could complement its own strengths to be more effective. The siblings go by the names organizational climate and organizational culture. They emerged from different academic traditions and times, but their focus—in the psychological life of organizations—has produced perspectives with oddly great conceptual similarity and increasingly similar research tactics, similarities that some culture researchers frequently deny although there have been attempts at rapprochement (Denison, 1996; Reichers & Schneider, 1990; Schneider, 2000). In what follows, we first review the history and current status of research and theory on organizational climate, the older sibling. Organizational climate inherited much of its psychological parents' heritage with a focus on psychological issues involving perception, affect, and attitudes.
This is my other favorite
Also this : The Annual Review has these big massive lit. reviews. Only problem with this is we get it in print. .so usually we have to We Deliver it - but I found the article in open access archive so here it is attached below
Organizational Climate and Culture
Annual Review of Psychology
Where we went today
Dissertations and Theses Database [full text] http://libguides.phd.antioch.edu/dissertationsthesesdatabase
ERIC .. Education Index http://libguides.phd.antioch.edu/educationindexes
Web of Science http://libguides.phd.antioch.edu/webofscience
Google Scholar scholar.google.com
How can leaders leverage culture for organizational effectiveness
How does leadership bridge with culture for org. success
Leadership styles .. culture ..
How can .. colleague success
Success is NOT .. job satisfaction
**focus on Leaders ..
Tertiary Databases : Business Source
Return to Dissertations Database
Try this LINK
or type this in
ti(culture OR climate) AND (ti(leader*) OR diskw(leader*) OR su(leader*))
Strategy 1: Bibliographic Indexes
PsyINFO - ABI/Inform - Business Source Complete
See Synonym Chart
2. Postive Psychology [organization] in psycINFO thesaurus this is the definition: "Approach to psychology that emphasizes optimism and positive human functioning instead of focusing on psychopathology and dysfunction."
positive w1 organizational w1 psychology
3. Complexity and leadership
One i like
Subjects: Leadership Style; Organizational Climate; Adulthood (18 yrs & older)
A Journal we found : Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture
Two Literature Review we really like
Subjects: Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Organizational Behavior; Organizational Effectiveness; Positive Psychology; Quality of Work Life
CRR preparation. Preliminary topic/question is centered around exploring the parallels that exist with motivating employees in the workplace compared to motivating adults in higher education classrooms.
Motivating adult learns in Higher education.. see prelim venn
PsyINFO - ABI/Inform - Business Source Complete
Example of book I found int EBSCO EBOOK COLLECTION http://libguides.phd.antioch.edu/ebooksebsco
Latham, G. P. (2007). Work Motivation : History, Theory, Research, and Practice. Thousand Oaks, Calif: Sage Publications.
..Mining bibliographies of recent , right on relevent dissertations in Dissertations and These Databases http://libguides.phd.antioch.edu/dissertationsthesesdatabase
Some researchers have referenced the Institute of Crisis Management for crisis statistics. My understanding is that this organization produces
Deb Reply. the ICM report for 2012 .. can be downloaded on this page .. http://crisisexperts.com/ after you create an account .
I don't find any indication in World Cat of a 2013 report
Their other publications are listed here http://crisisconsultant.com/resources/
I added a quick search in PsycINFO
Now here is also a book .. delivered in chapters [pdf format] in Business Source databases [usually just articles in here] from the Center for Creative Leadership where BTW Lize consults.
called Crisis Leadership.. Now this should take you back to it http://antioch.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&bquery=JN+%26quot%3bCrisis+Leadership%26quot%3b+AND+DT+20030101&type=1&site=ehost-live&scope=site
but I also made a list attached below of all the chapters and there are links back to the database and full text.
is the general article I was saying was so good and you can get it for free here : http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1036&context=managementfacpub
Avolio, B. J., Walumbwa, F. O., & Weber, T. J. (2009). Leadership: Current theories, research, and future directions. Annual Review of Psychology, 60, 421-449.
look for next key article in this issue of Leadership Quarterly
Here is the 25th anniversary big overview article http://journals.ohiolink.edu.antioch.idm.oclc.org/ejc/article.cgi?issn=10489843&issue=v25i0001&article=36_ltaritcttacp
Question from Maria:
My case study learning achievement is taking a look at adaptive change as seen with DeVry’s institutional history. I have completed my interviews with some tenured DeVry people – such a rich history! I am interested in confirming some dates specifically 1) when the DeVry family sold the DeVry school to Bell & Howell Corporation 2) When the Lee Deforest Training School changed its name to DeVry School of Technology [and other name changes over the last 8 decades 3) When Bell & Howell sold DeVry.Deb's Reply
Complete Company Information in MERGENT [Company Information] LINK HERE
Link directly to Mergent section on DeVry LINK HERE
for the ERIC document ..We Deliver form .. call it an ERIC DOCUMENT and note somewhere on the form that the ED number is ED457749
This seems to be the only Peer Review Journal article I have found fYI
Glass, S. (1995). Hire Education. An Affordable College Sets the Standard for Career Training. Policy Review, (72), 44-48.
What is Searches with Deb?"
On this page, whenever I work with you, we will leave links, documents and a record of everything we found, including but not limited to :
Maria, writes : Thank you for all of the information you posted last week. I look forward to having an opportunity to meet with you after . In the meantime I would like to become familiar with refworks as I embark on my RLE. Are there any resources you suggest I access to better understand refworks? Additionally, I am curious to know if reworks is something we have access to through Antioch or if I need to subscribe to it on my own.
Deb Answers : Absolutely Maria ! I will provide the information right here in this box and the links attached to this box. You will note that I also have the GROUP CODE prominently displayed on your front page box. We use Refworks extensively and I provide you refworks links for all citations discovered in a library consultation. Usually our first Refworks Session is at the Keene Residency, but I have switched that around this year, so I will do it in Seattle AND offer an inter-residency online session. There is no reason at all, however, why you cannot jump right in and get started with that motivation. Your Refworks account is free. You may have as many accounts as you like under our Group Code and as long as we have Refworks - which will be a long time - you can keep your account, even after you graduate.
The Group Code is rwantiochuys
Attached below you will find a private web page [i.e. undiscoverable in the Libguides Website without the link] to my first Refworks Session page.. with many links .. some items which bear explaining and others self explanatory.
I call your attention to the Refworks YouTube Channel - also on your front page
I also like the Refworks tutorials .. you can just bit off little pieces. There are links to tutorials also in your account.
The To-Do page .. gives you some things to try, but as you can see.. the links and instructions are from LAST YEAR.. as these have not been added yet for this year
The Leadership and Change Libguides PUBLIC website for Refworks info is also give below.
I hope this is enough to get you started. I will be here all this week if you have any questions. Deb