Research Sources -Link to Results LO21966

Thu, 24 Jun 1999 14:26:05 +530

Replying to LO21946 --

> > I'm now back in staff development & training at a university and need
> > suggestions ofrecent, well-regarded research that demonstrates the
> > links between high employee morale, sense of being valued, sense of
> > connection to the work community, self-esteem, low stress, wellness,
> > etc to increased productivity, retention & efficiency, especially in a
> > complex, yet decentralized bureacracy...

Replying to LO21939 -- wrote:

> Just out of curiosity, could you also use recent, well-regarded research
> that demonstrates the opposite?
> [Host's Note: Lon, if you have such references, please tell us about them.
> ...Rick] -- Lon Badgett

The methodological interest in Lon's comment is sharp and clear. Often, A
is related to B in research. However, Lon seems to be reminding us that
until (not A) is also related to (not B), we cannot take our results

This seem to be a very fundamental point.


Prof. D. P. Dash
Xavier Institute of Management
Bhubaneswar 751013



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