Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
Public relations, Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Phase and Corporate social responsibility are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Cynicism, Transactional analysis and Human resource management. His study in the fields of Social support under the domain of Social psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Community member, Spouse and Context.
The concepts of his Job satisfaction study are interwoven with issues in Social science, Workforce and Labour economics. His studies deal with areas such as Data collection, Work environment, Nonprofit sector and Organisation climate as well as Labour economics. His research integrates issues of Citizenship, Business leader and Action in his study of Corporate social responsibility.
His primary scientific interests are in Public relations, Corporate social responsibility, Management, Knowledge management and Social psychology. His research in Public relations is mostly focused on Stakeholder. His Corporate social responsibility study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Identity, Citizenship, Social responsibility, Accounting and Marketing.
The study of Management is intertwined with the study of Workforce in a number of ways. His research links Applied psychology with Social psychology. His study in Organizational effectiveness is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Organizational architecture and Organizational behavior and human resources, Organization development, Organizational learning.
Philip H. Mirvis mainly focuses on Corporate social responsibility, Public relations, Identity, Corporate governance and Knowledge management. His Corporate social responsibility research integrates issues from Social responsibility and Social enterprise. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Due diligence and Self-awareness.
His work on Organizational identity as part of general Identity research is often related to Triple bottom line, Product and Perception, thus linking different fields of science. His Corporate governance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Citizenship, Organizational systems and Accounting. Philip H. Mirvis combines subjects such as Health care and Industrial organization with his study of Knowledge management.
Philip H. Mirvis focuses on Public relations, Corporate social responsibility, Knowledge management, Environmental resource management and Social science. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Due diligence and Cultural learning. His work deals with themes such as Social innovation, Social enterprise and Accounting, which intersect with Corporate social responsibility.
His studies in Knowledge management integrate themes in fields like General partnership, Industrial organization and Health care. His study in the field of Behavioural sciences is also linked to topics like Sampling.
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Psychological success and the boundaryless career
Philip H. Mirvis;Douglas T. Hall.
The New Career Contract: Developing the Whole Person at Midlife and Beyond
Douglas T. Hall;Philip H. Mirvis.
The Cynical Americans: Living and Working in an Age of Discontent and Disillusion
Donald L. Kanter;Philip H. Mirvis.
Joining Forces: Making One Plus One Equal Three in Mergers, Acquisitions, and Alliances
Mitchell Lee Marks;Philip H. Mirvis.
Making mergers and acquisitions work: Strategic and psychological preparation
Mitchell Lee Marks;Philip H. Mirvis.
Assessing organizational change : a guide to methods, measures, and practices
Stanley E. Seashore;Edward E. Lawler Iii;Philip H. Mirvis;Cortlandt Cammann.
Work and work force characteristics in the nonprofit sector.
Philip H. Mirvis;Edward J. Hackett.
Crossroads—“Soul Work” in Organizations
Philip H. Mirvis.
Employee participation in a Quality Circle program: Impact on quality of work life, productivity, and absenteeism.
Mitchell Lee Marks;Philip H. Mirvis;Edward J. Hackett;James F. Grady.
Measuring the financial impact of employee attitudes.
Philip H. Mirvis;Edward E. Lawler.
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