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Topic: Organizational Culture and Power Distance Author(s), Title and Publication Madlock, P. E. (2012). The Influence of Power Distance and Communication on Mexican Workers. Journal of Business Communication, 49(2), 169-184. Summary This study was framed by the theory of independent mindedness (TIM). TIM focuses on the congruency or similarity between the culture created within an … Continue reading The Influence of Power Distance and Communication on Mexican Workers

Topic: Employee Voice Author(s), Title and Publication Landau, J. (2009). To speak or not to speak: Predictors of voice propensity. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communication and Conflict, 13(1), 35-54. Summary “Voice” is dissent expressed openly and clearly in a constructive fashion within organizations to people who can influence organizational decisions and actions.  This study investigated … Continue reading To speak or not to speak: Predictors of voice propensity

Topic: Employee Voice and Power Distance Author(s), Title and Publication Botero, I. C., & Dyne, L. V. (2009). Employee Voice Behavior: Interactive Effects of LMX and Power Distance in the United States and Colombia. Management Communication Quarterly, 23(1), 84-104. Summary Competitive advantage can come from ideas that employees communicate to supervisors for improving processes, products … Continue reading Employee Voice Behavior: Interactive Effects of LMX and Power Distance in the United States and Colombia