Competing Social Responsibility Values and the Functional Roles of Managers: Implications for Career and Employment Professionals
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Reports a study conducted to determine whether or not there were differences between descriptive and normative social responsibility values for managers who assume roles in different functional department clusters. The research findings support a conclusion that differences in CSRV profiles exist among three functional clusters: accounting/finance managers, marketing/distribution managers and general strategy/human resources/operations managers. These differences have implications for career and employment professionals in enhancing managerial recruitment, selection, placement, development and appraisal now and in the future.
Petrick, J. A.,
& Scherer, R. F.
(1993). Competing Social Responsibility Values and the Functional Roles of Managers: Implications for Career and Employment Professionals. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 8 (3), 14-20.