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It is not unusual for a person to encounter hurdles or barriers in social processes - for example, to obtain financial support to do a post-secondary program. I drink decaffeinated coffee. Sometimes when I order coffee, perhaps due to lack of product demand I will receive a cup of coffee that is barely above room temperature. This situation likewise extends from some kind of social process - e.g. to get the order out although it is not quite what I ordered.…Continue
In Ontario, there has been a push for education to become more “monetizeable.” The education that people receive should better reflect the needs of the market. This is actually a challenging proposition - even if people are entirely in agreement - given the elusive nature of the market. I am a big market proponent myself. This has led me to question where or not my undergraduate degree has any commercial value at all. I have a degree in environmental studies. My thesis was on the…Continue
In my previous post, I discussed the relationship between role conflict and performance. I suggested that all things being equal, role conflict might be the primary determinant of employee performance. Companies direct all sorts of resources gathering data for recruitment purposes. All things being about the same, much of that data collection is irrelevant. …Continue
It has been suggested the role conflicts can lead to poorer performance in the workplace. Below I present the general dynamics: more role conflicts equate to less performance.
Performance can be expressed empirically - as in the case above using a formal scoring scheme. On the other hand, a qualitative approach can be used:…Continue