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Title: The Effect of Personal Values, and Perceived Organizational Politics on Upward Influence Tactics, and its Impact on Turnover Intentions
Authors: Suharti, Lieli
Rashid, Md Zabid Abdul
Rose, Raduan Che
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall
Abstract: This study was conducted to examine the effect of personal values (PV), and perceived organizational politics (POPs) on upward influence tactics (UITs) and its consequences on turnover intentions among Indonesian managers. Data were collected randomly from 281 subordinates who were in position of first line and middle level managers. The results indicate that personal values and perceived organizational politics were related to upward influence tactics which in turn give impact to turnover intentions. Specifically, the used of non-rational tactics such as coalition, exchange, upward appeals, and ingratiation were negatively related to subordinates' preferences of moral values. In addition, perceived organization politics was found related positively with all of upward influence tactics. Finally, the results show that most of non-rational tactics (i.e., coalition, exchange, and upward appeals) were positively related to subordinates' intention to turnover.
Description: Contemporary Issues in Business Vol. 1
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/194
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