A high-performing company with strong competitive advantage is only as good as the sum of its parts. Crucial to this are the dynamics between senior management, middle management, and employees. Until now, research has tended to lump together the actions and attitudes of a given member of an organisation, not allowing for the extent to which an individual’s behaviour can change over time. A closer look at decision-making by high-power managers and counterproductive behaviour by employees sheds new light on the matter.

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Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/1765/100181
Series RSM Discovery Magazine Collection
Journal RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge
Note This article draws its inspiration from Laura Maria Giurge’s PhD thesis, A Test of Time – A temporal and dynamic approach to power and ethics, which is published as part of the ERIM PhD Series Research in Management.
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Giurge, L.M. (2017). The use and misuse of power and unethical behaviour. RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 30(2), 20–22. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/100181