Roland Kidwell
Roland Kidwell
Florida Atlantic University, DeSantis Professor of Management/Department Chair
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Cohesiveness and organizational citizenship behavior: A multilevel analysis using work groups and individuals
RE Kidwell Jr, KW Mossholder, N Bennett
Journal of management 23 (6), 775-793, 1997
Employee propensity to withhold effort: A conceptual model to intersect three avenues of research
RE Kidwell Jr, N Bennett
Academy of management review 18 (3), 429-456, 1993
Corporate ethical values, group creativity, job satisfaction and turnover intention: The impact of work context on work response
S Valentine, L Godkin, GM Fleischman, R Kidwell
Journal of Business Ethics 98 (3), 353-372, 2011
Antecedents and effects of free riding in the franchisor–franchisee relationship
RE Kidwell, A Nygaard, R Silkoset
Journal of Business Venturing 22 (4), 522-544, 2007
Harmony, justice, confusion, and conflict in family firms: Implications for ethical climate and the “fredo effect”
RE Kidwell, FW Kellermanns, KA Eddleston
Journal of business ethics 106 (4), 503-517, 2012
Managing organizational deviance
RE Kidwell, CL Martin
Sage Publications, 2004
Toward a typology of new venture creators: similarities and contrasts between business and social entrepreneurs
G Vega, RE Kidwell
New England Journal of Entrepreneurship 10 (2), 4, 2007
Employee reactions to electronic control systems: The role of procedural fairness
RE Kidwell Jr, N Bennett
Group & Organization Management 19 (2), 203-218, 1994
Curing sick businesses: Changing CEOs in turnaround efforts
GJ Castrogiovanni, BR Baliga, RE Kidwell Jr
Academy of Management Perspectives 6 (3), 26-41, 1992
Parent–child relationships: Planting the seeds of deviant behavior in the family firm
KA Eddleston, RE Kidwell
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 36 (2), 369-386, 2012
The implementation of business process reengineering in American and Canadian hospitals
SJK Ho, L Chan, RE Kidwell Jr
Health Care Management Review 24 (2), 19-31, 1999
Withholding effort in organizations: Toward development and validation of a measure
RE Kidwell, C Robie
Journal of Business and Psychology 17 (4), 537-561, 2003
Positive group context, work attitudes, and organizational misbehavior: The case of withholding job effort
RE Kidwell, SR Valentine
Journal of Business Ethics 86 (1), 15-28, 2009
High-performance human resource practices in Australian family businesses: preliminary evidence from the wine industry
RE Kidwell, AJ Fish
International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal 3 (1), 1-14, 2007
Corporate ethical values and altruism: The mediating role of career satisfaction
S Valentine, L Godkin, GM Fleischman, RE Kidwell, K Page
Journal of Business Ethics 101 (4), 509-523, 2011
How one bad family member can undermine a family firm: Preventing the Fredo effect
RE Kidwell, KA Eddleston, JJ Cater Iii, FW Kellermanns
Business Horizons 56 (1), 5-12, 2013
Loafing in the 21st century: Enhanced opportunities—and remedies—for withholding job effort in the new workplace
RE Kidwell
Business Horizons 53 (6), 543-552, 2010
The prevalence (and ambiguity) of deviant behavior at work
RE Kidwell, CL Martin
Managing organizational deviance, 1-21, 2005
Investigator characteristics as moderators of personnel selection research: A meta-analysis.
CJ Russell, RP Settoon, RN McGrath, AE Blanton, RE Kidwell, FT Lohrke, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 79 (2), 163, 1994
Learning bad habits across generations: How negative imprints affect human resource management in the family firm
RE Kidwell, KA Eddleston, FW Kellermanns
Human Resource Management Review 28 (1), 5-17, 2018
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