Effects of Moderating Variables on Product Managers' Behavior
Format of Original
12 p.; 23 cm
Summary.-This study examined the moderating effects of role autonomy, need for affiliation, and tolerance of ambiguity on the relationships between role pressures of conflict and ambiguity and personal outcomes of job satisfaction, job-related tension, and perceived performance. Data from 166 product managers indicate chat role autonomy and need for affiliation do have moderating effects unlike tolerance of ambiguity. Managerla1 implications are discussed.
Lysonski, Steven and Andrews, J. Craig, "Effects of Moderating Variables on Product Managers' Behavior" (1990). Marketing Faculty Research and Publications. 159.