The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Job performance, Job satisfaction, Human resource management and Employee motivation. His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Pedagogy and Human resources. His work carried out in the field of Job performance brings together such families of science as Actuarial science and Stress measures.
His Job satisfaction study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Type A and Type B personality theory, Stressor and Occupational stress. His work deals with themes such as Government, Organizational stress and Public relations, which intersect with Human resource management. His Employee motivation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organizational behavior, Applied psychology, Management by objectives and Goal setting.
John M. Ivancevich mostly deals with Social psychology, Job performance, Applied psychology, Job satisfaction and Knowledge management. John M. Ivancevich has included themes like Sales personnel and Empirical research in his Social psychology study. His Job performance study incorporates themes from Employee Absenteeism, Job analysis and Employee motivation.
John M. Ivancevich combines subjects such as Intervention, Job stress and Stress management with his study of Applied psychology. He has researched Job satisfaction in several fields, including Occupational stress, Organizational commitment and Management by objectives. His Knowledge management research incorporates elements of Engineering management and Diversity.
His primary areas of investigation include Knowledge management, Diversity, Public relations, Higher education and Human resource management. His Knowledge management research includes elements of Pedagogy, Active learning and Distance education. His study in Diversity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Business education, Social psychology, Needs analysis and Business ethics.
His studies deal with areas such as Organizational transformation, Value, Inclusion, Empirical research and Multiculturalism as well as Social psychology. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Survey data collection and Spouse. His Diversity management research includes themes of Affirmative action and Absenteeism.
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Gestión calidad y competitividad
John M. Ivancevich;Steven J. Skinner;Peter Lorenzi.
Executive Actions For Managing Human Resources Before And After Acquisition
David M. Schweiger;John M. Ivancevich;Frank R. Power.
Stress and work : a managerial perspective
John M. Ivancevich;Michael T. Matteson.
Punishment in Organizations: A Review, Propositions, and Research Suggestions
Richard D. Arvey;John M. Ivancevich.
Diversity Management : A New Organizational Paradigm
Jacqueline A. Gilbert;Bette Ann Stead;John M. Ivancevich.
Journal of Business Ethics (1999)
Management: Quality and Competitiveness
John M. Ivancevich;Peter Lorenzi;Steven J. Skinner.
Organisational Behaviour and Management
J. Ivancevich;Michael T Matteson.
Occupational stress, Type A behavior, and physical well being.
John M. Ivancevich;Michael T. Matteson;Cynthia Preston.
Job loss: An individual level review and model.
Richard S DeFrank;John M Ivancevich.
The effects of goal setting, external feedback, and self-generated feedback on outcome variables: A field experiment.
John M. Ivancevich;J. Timothy McMahon.
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