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June 2013 - June 2015
K J Somaiya Institute for Management Studies and Research
- Academic Associate
Employees’ ideas and suggestions are a crucial resource for organizations. Employees are often unable to offer their suggestions for various reasons. This study examines the relationship of overall justice perceptions (OJP) on promotive as well as prohibitive voice behavior through the social ex change lens.
Purpose – Explains how gamification can help to motivate employees and boost individual and organizational performance. Design/methodology/approach – Defines gamification and provides some examples of how it can work in practice. Findings – Charts how gamification helps to engage employees by infusing vigor, making them dedicated and enabling the...
I am trying to test indirect effects through bootstrap in AMOS. Even though I have checked the percentile confidence intervals and bias corrected confidence intervals in analysis properties and unchecked Bollen-Stine bootstrap, I am unable to see the confidence intervals. While the output gives me bootstrap estimates, the confidence intervals do not show.
I would really appreciate any help.
In my research I have one independent variable and two dependent variables. Both the DVs are not related to each other. The data was obtained through a questionnaire using 6 items to measure the IV and 5 items each for both the DVs using a 5 point Likert Scale. If I want to conduct a regression analysis, would it be a good idea to calculate separate linear equations both the DVs or is there some other method I could use?
I would really appreciate the help!