Master of Science (MS)
Employee Perceptions, Organizational Failure, Organizational Innovation, Scale Development, Tolerance for Failure
Organizational behavior; Business
The empirical concept of Organizational Tolerance for Organizational Failure was examined. First, a clear definition of the concept was established and, second, the concept's dimensionality was explored. Based on data collected from 140 participants, four main scale components were identified: Organizational Values and Beliefs, Organizational and Supervisor Support and Motivation, Compensation and Reward Systems, and Recognition. Even though the final scale developed represented a good research base, further development is needed to improve some of the subscale's internal consistencies.
Slutzky, Perla Yael, "Measuring Employee Perceptions of Organizational Tolerance for Failure" (2012). Master's Theses. Paper 4214.