Versions Compared

Key

  • This line was added.
  • This line was removed.
  • Formatting was changed.

...

     It is also worthy to note that despite the way differences in culture seem to affect the acceptance of control theory, research suggests that international organizations striving for improved organizational knowledge have encountered emotional, cultural, mental, and cognitive barriers. Scholars have turned to the control theory for ways of overcoming these barriers, within multinational corporations, in hopes of advancing organizational knowledge (Foss, 2006).

References

Agarwal, R., Maruping, L., & Venkatesh, V. (2009). A Control Theory Perspective on Agile Methodology Use and Changing User Requirements. Information Systems Research, 20(3), 377–399.

Ajzen, I., & Fishbein, M. (1997). Attitude-Behavior Relations: Theoretical Analysis and Review of Empirical Research. Psychological Bulletin, 84, 888–918.

Ashford, J. S., & Cummings, L. L. (1983). Feedback as an Individual Resource: Personal Strategies of Creating Information. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 32(3), 370–398.

 

Campion, M. A., & Lord, R. G. (1982). A Control Systems Conceptualization of the Goal-Setting and Changing Process. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 30(2), 265–287.

 

Carver, C. S., & Scheier, M. F. (1981). Attention and Self-Regulation: A Control-Theory Approach to Human Behavior. New York: Springer-Verlag.

 

Erez, M. (1977). Feedback: A Necessary Condition for the Goal Setting Performance Relationship. Journal of Applied Psychology, 62(5), 624–627.

 

Foss, N. J. (2006). Knowledge and Organization in the Theory of the Multinational Corporation: Some Foundational Issues. Journal of Management and Governance, 10(1), 3–20.

 

Glasser, W. (1998). Choice Theory: A New Psychology of Personal Freedom. New York: HarperCollins.

 

Hanges, P. J., & Lord, R. G. (1987). A Control System Model of Organizational Motivation: Theoretical and Applied Implications. Behavioral Science, 32, 161–178.

 

Hollenbeck, J. (1989). Control Theory and the Perception of Work Environments: The Effects of Focus and Attention on Affective and Behavioral Reactions at Work. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 43(3), 406–430.

Jaworski, B. J. 1988. Toward a theory of marketing control: Environmental context, control types, and consequences. J. Marketing 52 23-39.

 

Kalman, R. (2016). Control Theory: Mathematics. Retrieved from http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/135499/control-theory

Kirsch, L. J. 1996. The management of complex tasks in organizations: Controlling the systems development process. Organ. Sci. 7(1) 1-21.

 Klein, H. J. (1989).  An integrated control theory model of work motivation. The Academy of Management Review, 14 (2), 150-172.

 

Locke, E. A. (1991). Goal Theory vs. Control Theory: Contrasting Approaches to Understanding Work. Motivation and Emotion, 15(1), 9–28.

Luria, G. (2008). Controlling for Quality: Climate, Leadership, and Behavior. The Quality Management Journal, 15, 27–41.

Marketingmansite. (2011, November 27). Management: Introduction to Control. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ZgY1hdI0b3o

 

Nickols, F. (2007). The GAP-ACT Model. Retrieved from: http://www.ibrarian.net/navon/paper/The_GAP_ACT_Model.pdf?paperid=16466832

 

Nickols, F. (2016, June 19). The GAP-ACT Model of Human Behavior and Performance. Retrieved from http://www.nickols.us/gapact.pdf

 

Pennsylvania State University World Campus. (2016). Lesson 9: Control Theory: How do I Regulate My Behavior? Retrieved from https://courses.worldcampus.psu.edu/canvas/fa16/21681--13087/content/10_lesson/printlesson.html

 

Powers, W. T. (1998). Making Sense of Behavior: The Meaning of Control. New Canaan, CT: Benchmark Publications.

 

Sandelands, L., Glynn, M. A., & Larson Jr., J. R. (1991). Control Theory and Social Behavior in the Workplace. Human Relations, 44(10), 1107–1130.

 

Snell, S. A. (1992). Control Theory in Strategic Human Resource Management: The Mediating Effect of Administrative Information. Academy of Management Journal, 35(2), 292–327.

Zhao, Y. & Cziko, G.A., (2001). Teacher Adoption of Technology: A Perceptual Control Theory Perspective.  JA. of Technology and Teacher Education. 9(1), 5-30

Agarwal, R., Maruping, L., & Venkatesh, V. (2009). A Control Theory Perspective on Agile Methodology Use and Changing User Requirements. Information Systems Research, 20(3), 377–399.

Ajzen, I., & Fishbein, M. (1997). Attitude-Behavior Relations: Theoretical Analysis and Review of Empirical Research. Psychological Bulletin, 84, 888–918.

Ashford, J. S., & Cummings, L. L. (1983). Feedback as an Individual Resource: Personal Strategies of Creating Information. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 32(3), 370–398.

 

Campion, M. A., & Lord, R. G. (1982). A Control Systems Conceptualization of the Goal-Setting and Changing Process. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 30(2), 265–287.

 

Carver, C. S., & Scheier, M. F. (1981). Attention and Self-Regulation: A Control-Theory Approach to Human Behavior. New York: Springer-Verlag.

 

Erez, M. (1977). Feedback: A Necessary Condition for the Goal Setting Performance Relationship. Journal of Applied Psychology, 62(5), 624–627.

 

Foss, N. J. (2006). Knowledge and Organization in the Theory of the Multinational Corporation: Some Foundational Issues. Journal of Management and Governance, 10(1), 3–20.

 

Glasser, W. (1998). Choice Theory: A New Psychology of Personal Freedom. New York: HarperCollins.

 

Hanges, P. J., & Lord, R. G. (1987). A Control System Model of Organizational Motivation: Theoretical and Applied Implications. Behavioral Science, 32, 161–178.

 

Hollenbeck, J. (1989). Control Theory and the Perception of Work Environments: The Effects of Focus and Attention on Affective and Behavioral Reactions at Work. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 43(3), 406–430.

Jaworski, B. J. 1988. Toward a theory of marketing control: Environmental context, control types, and consequences. J. Marketing 52 23-39.

 

Kalman, R. (2016). Control Theory: Mathematics. Retrieved from

...

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/135499/control-theory

Kirsch, L. J. 1996. The management of complex tasks in organizations: Controlling the systems development process. Organ. Sci. 7(1) 1-21.

...

Klein, H. J. (1989).  An integrated control theory model of work motivation. The Academy of Management Review,

...

14 (2), 150-172.

 

Locke, E. A. (1991). Goal Theory vs. Control Theory: Contrasting Approaches to Understanding Work. Motivation and Emotion, 15(1), 9–28.

Luria, G. (2008). Controlling for Quality: Climate, Leadership, and Behavior. The Quality Management Journal, 15, 27–41.

Marketingmansite. (2011, November 27). Management: Introduction to Control. Retrieved from

...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ZgY1hdI0b3o

 

Nickols, F. (2007). The GAP-ACT Model. Retrieved from:

...

http://www.ibrarian.net/navon/paper/The_GAP_ACT_Model.pdf?paperid=16466832

 

Nickols, F. (2016, June 19). The GAP-ACT Model of Human Behavior and Performance. Retrieved from http://www.nickols.us/gapact.pdf

 

Pennsylvania State University World Campus. (2016). Lesson 9: Control Theory: How do I Regulate My Behavior? Retrieved from

...

https://courses.worldcampus.psu.edu/canvas/fa16/21681--13087/content/10_lesson/printlesson.html

 

Powers, W. T. (1998). Making Sense of Behavior: The Meaning of Control. New Canaan, CT: Benchmark Publications.

 

Sandelands, L., Glynn, M. A., & Larson Jr., J. R. (1991). Control Theory and Social Behavior in the Workplace. Human Relations, 44(10), 1107–1130.

 

Snell, S. A. (1992). Control Theory in Strategic Human Resource Management: The Mediating Effect of Administrative Information. Academy of Management Journal, 35(2), 292–327.

Zhao, Y. & Cziko, G.A., (2001). Teacher Adoption of Technology: A Perceptual Control Theory Perspective.  

...

JI.of Technology and Teacher Education. 9(1), 5-30

Ashford, S. J., & Cummings, L. L. (1983).  Feedback as an individual resource: Personal strategies of creating information. Organizational Behavior and Human  

      Performance, 32 (3), 370-398.

Brian Douglas’s Youtube Channel. (2013, October 26th) Control Systems Lectures-ClosedLoopControl. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-OqgFE9SD4

Campion, M. A., & Lord, R. G. (1982).  A control systems conceptualization of the goal-setting and changing process: Organizational Behavior and Human Performance,

      30 (2), 265-287.

Carver, C. S., & Schreier, M. F. (1981).  Attention and self-regulation: A control theory approach to human behavior.  New York: Springer-Verlag.

Erez, M. (1977).  Feedback: A necessary condition for the goal setting performance relationship. Journal of Applied Psychology, 62 (5), 624-627.

Foss, N. J. (2006).  Knowledge and organization in the theory of the multinational corporation: Some foundational issues.  Journal of Management and Governance, 10 (1), 3-20.

Glasser, W., (1999). Choice theory:  A new psychology of personal freedom.  New York: Harper Collins.

Hollenbeck, J. (1989). Control theory and the perception of work environments: The effects of focus and attention on affective and behavioral reactions at work.

      Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 43 (3), 406-430.

Kaulman, R (2015) Control Theory: Mathematics  Encyclopedia Britannica WEB Retrieved from http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/135499/control-theory

Klein, H. J. (1989).  An integrated control theory model of work motivation. The Academy of Management Review, 14 (2), 150-172.

Locke, E. A. (1991). Goal theory vs. control theory: Contrasting approaches to understanding work.  Motivation and Emotion, 15 (1), 9-28.
 

Loop Break Detection [Illustration]. (2000). Retrieved October 25, 2014, from http://www.nphheaters.com/technical/din_letter.htm 

Lord, R. G. & Hanges, P. J. (1987). A control system model of organizational motivation:Theoretical and applied implications. Behavioral Science, 32, 161-178.

Luria, G. (2008). Controlling for Quality: Climate, Leadership, and Behavior_. The Quality Management Journal, 15,_ 27-41. 

      Retrieved from: https://courses.worldcampus.psu.edu/fa12/psych484/001/content/lesson09/lesson09_01.html

Marketing Man's Youtube Channel. (2013, March 16). Management-IntrotoControl-#31.mp4. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ZgY1hdI0b3o

Maruping, L. M., Venkatesh, V., & Agarwal, R. (2009).  A control theory perspective on agile methodology use and changing user requirements. Information Systems

      Research, 20 (3), 377-399.

Nickols F. W. (2007), www.nickols.us The GAP-ACT Model.  Retrieved from: http://www.ibrarian.net/navon/paper/The_GAP_ACT_Model.pdf?paperid=16466832  

Nickols F. W. (2010).  The GAP-ACT Model. Distance Consulting LLC.

Nickols F. W. (2012). A control Theory View of Human Performance in the Workplace: People as “Living Control Systems”. Distance Consulting LLC.

Powers W. T. (1998). Making Sense of Behavior: The Meaning of Control. Benchmark Publications: New Caanan, CT.

Redmond, B. (2012). PSYCH 484, Lesson 9: Control Theory: How do I regulate my behavior? https://courses.worldcampus.psu.edu/fa12/psych484/001/content/lesson09/lesson09_01.html

Sandelands, L., Glynn, M. A., & Larson, J. R. (1991). Control theory and social behavior in the workplace. Human Relations, 44 (10), 1107-1130.

Snell, S. A. (1992). Control theory in strategic human resource management: The mediating effect of administrative information. Academy of Management Journal, 35(2),

      292-327.

The Pennsylvania State University.  (2011). Lesson 6: Goal setting theory: what am I trying to achieve in my work? Work Attitudes and Motivation.  World Campus. 

 The Pennsylvania State University. (2011).  Lesson 9: Control theory: how do I regulate my behavior? Work Attitudes and Motivation. World Campus

Zhao, Y., & Cziko, G. A. Teacher Adoption of Technology: A Perceptual Control Theory Perspective.