Dissertations related to Requisite Organization
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The Exercise of Discretion in the Work of Nursing
Dissertation: 1989, DPA, University of Southern California, California, United States
"The purpose of this study was to explore the required and preferred approaches to work and the corresponding levels of capacity that nurses report in relation to their work experience. Rather than looking at what nurses do, this study…
Levels of Work and Responsibility in Public Libraries
by David Boals, 1985, Ph.D. (Library Science), University of Southern California, United States
This fundamental fact of employment hierarchies is as characteristic of the work which is conducted in public libraries as it is of any other type of employment situation.
One of the most basic observable characteristics of organizations…
Time for the Organization
Uncertainty and decision-making in management and governance
An Examination of Levels of Work in Academic Library Technical Services Departments Utilizing Time-Stratified Systems Theory
Dissertation: 1984, PhD, University of Southern California, California, United States
"This study is concerned with determining the levels of work performed in academic library technical services deparments in order to differentiate between professional and non-professional work utilizing Time-Stratified Systems Theory.…
The Dynamic Inter-Relationships Among Work, Payment and Capacity
Edna Homa Hunt Dissertation: 1967, DBA, Harvard Business School, Massachusetts, United States
A study of 179 employees and managers in six organizations (five private sector, one civil service).
Examined employee judgments of own current capacity, current felt-fair pay and estimates of own future capacity growth. "50…
|Edna Homa Hunt (Deceased)|
Investigating the Optimum Manager-Subordinate Relationship of a Discontinuity Theory of Managerial Organizations
An Exploratory Study of a General Theory of Managerial Hierarchy
This research explores the requisite relationship between managers and their subordinates in managerial hierarchies as stipulated by a general theory of managerial hierarchy (GTMH) developed by Dr. Elliott Jaques.
|Sergey Ivanov, Ph.D.|
Nivel de predictibilidad de la evaluación de potencial según la teoróía de Elliott Jaques aplicada a una Empresa de Seguros y Servicios Financieros
(Level of predictability of the evaluation of potential according to the theory of Elliott Jaques applied to an insurance and financial services company)
This Masters Thesis (Espagñol/Spanish) is presented…
An Organizational Planning and Feedback Control Model Incorporating Time-Span of Discretion
Thesis was on time-span of discretion in two work locations.
Found TSD correlated with role rankings at +0.93 and with actual pay at +0.96. (Did not explore felt-fair pay.)
Found other factors were subsumed within…
|Tarald O. Kvalseth|
Respondibilidad del Ejecutivo Principal en las Grandes Empresas
CEO's Accountability in Large Enterprises
This thesis is focused on the role of large companies CEO in Argentina especially referred to family enterprises. This is mainly a qualitative research, whose goal is to improve the knowledge of the features and conditions of CEO's…
|María Raquel Popovich|
Individual Risk Preferences as Criteria in Personnel Selection and Placement
Dissertation: 1978, Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. USA
Tested the definition of time-span of discretion (TSD). Focused on two measures/ parameters of risk-handling behavior - the length of time an individual is willing to bear risk (TSD), versus the amount and type of risk.
|Roy Martin Richards|
Dissertation: Members One of Another - The Deanery in Synodical Government
The relationship between the Church of England as a community of believers and as a formal organization was explored. The introduction of Synodical Government in 1970 highlighted this problem by giving a new role to the deaneries.
Managerial Leadership Capability and Organizational Performance
The Relationship between Predecessors' And Successors' Potential Capability and Organizational Performance Following a Succession in Family-Owned Businesses
Family-owned businesses employ approximately 48% of the work force and account for approximately 50% of the gross national product. It is estimated that during the next 15 years that 68% of family business owners will transfer control. With the…
|Sandra West King Kauanui|
|Measurement and Assessment for Personnel Decisions|
Works Councils A Case Study_Cliffe
A thesis submitted for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY by John Cliffe
Requisite Organization and Economics: Presentation to the Economics Faculty
By Kenneth Craddock, former Adjunct Lecturer at City College of New York
The Contribution of Complexity of Mental Processing and Stage of Ego Development to Transforming Leadership
A dissertation submitted to the Graduate Faculty of North Carolina State university in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of education - 1995
The purpose of this research was to determine if a manager’s performance as a transforming leader is related to that manager's method of interpreting information. The emerging term “meaning-making” was operationally…
AN INVESTIGATION OF PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS USING JAQUES’ CONSTRUCT OF MENTAL COMPLEXITY
Dissertaton by Alison Brause - 2000
|A typology of reasoning based on Elliott Jaques' quitave model of cognitive functioning: An application to moral problem solving||Flynn Bucy|
A general system theory approach to understanding and changing the college classroom.
A dissertation at the U of Massachusetts
ABSTRACT A General System Theory Understanding and Changing the Approach to College Classroom
,August 1976 Herbert P. Koplowitz, B.A. Cornell University M.S. , Ph.D. , University of Massachusetts
Directed by: J.…
|Herb Koplowitz Ph.D.|
Major organizations and consulting firms that provide Requisite Organization-based services
A global association of academics, managers, and consultants that focuses on spreading RO implementation practices and encouraging their use
Dr. Gerry Kraines, the firms principal, combines Harry Levinson's leadership frameworks with Elliott Jaques's Requisite Organization. He worked closely with Jaques over many years, has trained more managers in these methods than anyone else in the field, and has developed a comprehensive RO-based software for client firms.
Former RO-experienced CEO, Ron Harding, provides ooaching to CEOs of start-ups and small and medium-size companies that are exploring their own use of RO concepts. His role is limited, temporary and coordinated with the RO-based consultant working with the organization