A model of predictors of managers performance
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The 'happy productive worker' thesis is a commonsense theory that has recently evolved into the 'performing managers' proposition. This paper summarizes the research that was conducted to develop a Partial Model of Managers' Affective Wellbeing, Intrinsic Job Satisfaction and Performance. This lays the groundwork for developing a more comprehensive Model of Predictors of Managers' Performance. This represents a far more complete and sophisticated conceptualization of the predictors of managers' performance than what is currently available in the literature. Job characteristics, role conflict, role overload, role ambiguity, organizational commitment and extrinsic job satisfaction are introduced as logical extensions to the Partial Model, and are rendered suitable for future verification.
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