Her primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Organizational behavior, Goal commitment, Organizational culture and Organizational commitment. Her Goal setting, Situational leadership theory, Leadership style, Leadership and Transformational leadership study are her primary interests in Social psychology. Her Organizational behavior study which covers Knowledge management that intersects with Social science and Representation.
The various areas that Miriam Erez examines in her Goal commitment study include Experimental Replication, History of psychology, Conflict resolution, Goal setting theory and Peer influence. Her study in Organizational culture is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Engineering ethics, Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory and International business. Her work in the fields of Organizational commitment, such as Organizational citizenship behavior, overlaps with other areas such as Variance.
Miriam Erez focuses on Social psychology, Public relations, Creativity, Goal setting and Management. In her works, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Social psychology and Cultural diversity. Her work in the fields of Global Leadership overlaps with other areas such as Multinational corporation and Work motivation.
Her Creativity study incorporates themes from Novelty, Supervisor and Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory. The Task study which covers Cognitive psychology that intersects with Structure and Social environment. Her Organizational behavior research includes elements of Organizational commitment and Knowledge management.
Miriam Erez spends much of her time researching Creativity, Knowledge management, Social science, Public relations and Cognitive psychology. Miriam Erez usually deals with Creativity and limits it to topics linked to Novelty and Outcome. Her Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dynamics and Negotiation.
Her Cognitive psychology research incorporates elements of Construal level theory and Employee motivation. Her study looks at the intersection of Task and topics like Quality with Social psychology. Her research integrates issues of Global Leadership and Adaptation in her study of Social psychology.
Multiculturalism, Cultural intelligence, Management, Global Leadership and Cultural diversity are her primary areas of study. Miriam Erez combines subjects such as Global identity, Openness to experience and Media studies with her study of Cultural intelligence. The concepts of her Management study are interwoven with issues in Social science and Cross-cultural psychology.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Inclusion, Empirical research and Team effectiveness. Miriam Erez undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Sample and Social psychology in her work. Her Social psychology study incorporates themes from Constructivism and Originality.
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WHY PEOPLE STAY: USING JOB EMBEDDEDNESS TO PREDICT VOLUNTARY TURNOVER
Terence R. Mitchell;Brooks C. Holtom;Thomas W. Lee;Chris J. Sablynski.
Culture specific and cross-culturally generalizable implicit leadership theories: Are attributes of charismatic/transformational leadership universally endorsed?
Deanne N. Den Hartog;Robert J. House;Paul J. Hanges;S. Antonio Ruiz-Quintanilla.
Cross-Cultural Organizational Behavior
Michele J. Gelfand;Miriam Erez;Zeynep Aycan.
Culture, self-identity, and work
Miriam Erez;P. Christopher Earley.
Culture and international business: recent advances and their implications for future research
Kwok Leung;Rabi S Bhagat;Nancy R Buchan;Miriam Erez.
The Determinants of Goal Commitment
Edwin A. Locke;Gary P. Latham;Miriam Erez.
Do personal characteristics and cultural values that promote innovation, quality, and efficiency compete or complement each other?
Ella Miron;Miriam Erez;Eitan Naveh.
A Dynamic, Multi‐Level Model of Culture: From the Micro Level of the Individual to the Macro Level of a Global Culture
Miriam Erez;Efrat Gati.
Applied Psychology (2004)
Feedback: A necessary condition for the goal setting-performance relationship.
A Dialectic Perspective on Innovation: Conflicting Demands, Multiple Pathways, and Ambidexterity
Ronald Bledow;Michael Frese;Neil Anderson;Miriam Erez.
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