1st Global e-Conference on Fit

Fit: Theory, Method, and Application

19th-21st November 2007

 

Keynote Papers

 

KN01

Homogeneity of Personalities Generating Organizational Culture: Bottom-up Rather Than Top-down Fit
Annelies E. M. Van Vianen, University of Amsterdam
J. W. Stoelhorst, University of Amsterdam

 

KN02

Evolution and Current Status of the ASA Model
Benjamin Schneider, Valtera Corporation and University of Maryland

 

KN03

Fitting Theory with Methods in Fit Research
Cheri Ostroff, University of Maryland

 

KN04

Applications of PE Fit: A White Paper for Discussion
Amy Kristof-Brown, University of Iowa

 

 

Scholarly Papers

 

MON01

Person–Environment Fit as a Mediator of the Relationship Between Organizational Justice and Work Outcomes
Mervywn Williamson, University of KwaZulu-Natal

 

MON02

Fit as a Recruitment and Selection Paradigm
Jon Billsberry, The Open University
Rosalind H. Searle, The Open University

 

MON03

Pathogenic Fit
Deborah Price, The Open University

 

MON04

Fit for Teamwork: Modern and Postmodern Organisational Environments
Linzi J. Kemp, Empire State College, State University of New York

 

TUE01

The Choice of Research Method: Grand Theory versus Middle-Range Theory
Ferdinand Jaspers, RSM Erasmus University

 

TUE02

Employee Fit and Misfit: Two Ends of the Same Spectrum?
Danielle Talbot, The Open University
Jon Billsberry, The Open University

 

WED01

Learning Organization Values Fit in a Global Context: Cross-Cultural Perceptions of the Fit of Learning Disciplines in Effective Work Outcomes
David A. L. Coldwell, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Mervywn Williamson, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Sheila Cameron, The Open University

 

WED02

Person–Organisation Fit as an Amplifier of Tacit Knowledge
Véronique Ambrosini, Cranfield University
Jon Billsberry, The Open University

 

WED03

Creating Best Fits and Best Practices in Virtual Hiring of Online Faculty
Bob Barrett, American Public University System

 

WED04

Person-Environment Fit: A Status Report on the Current Literature Domain, and Directions for Future Research
Aarti Ramaswami, Indiana University

 

 

Doctoral Zone

 

DZ01

Assessing the Relationships Between Person-Organization Fit, Moral Philosophy, and the Motivation to Lead
Elena M. Papavero, Northcentral University

 

DZ02

Studying the Fit of Expatriates: A Cross-Cultural Post-Modern Approach
Ross Davidson, The Open University

 

DZ03

Studying the Relationship Between Person–Organisation Fit and Organisational Performance
Patrick Nelson, The Open University

 

DZ04

Studying the Relationship Between Person–Organisation Fit and Creativity
Philip Marsh, The Open University

 

 

Teaching and Learning Zone

 

TLZ01

The Cooler: A Cinematic Example of Self-Serving and Organisation-Serving Fit
Jon Billsberry, The Open University

 

TLZ02

The Immaculate Misconception
Jon Billsberry, The Open University

 

TLZ03

Informal Conversations: A Short Case Study
Jon Billsberry, The Open University

 

TLZ04

A Short Case Study on Misfit
Jon Billsberry, The Open University

 

TLZ05

Assessing the Fit of an Internal Applicant: A Case Study
Jon Billsberry, The Open University

 

TLZ06

Person–Environment Interactions: A Case Study
Jon Billsberry, The Open University

 

TLZ07

Fit as a Recruitment and Selection Paradigm: A Realistic Job Preview Case Study
Jon Billsberry, The Open University

 

TLZ08

Supermarket from Hell
Danielle Talbot, The Open University

 

TLZ09

Can I Eat My Banana Now?
Danielle Talbot, The Open University