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. 4214.