An Empirical Analysis of Organizational Identification
Recently, employees' identification with the organization has been recognized as an important factor for understanding work behavior. This study analyzes the determination and correlates of scientists' organizational identification. The author finds important determinants of the organizational identification as well as certain differences in personal and job variables, job attitudes, and motivation between scientists with high organizational identification and those with low organizational identification.
||An Empirical Analysis of Organizational Identification
Academy of Management Journal (1971)
Vol. 14, No. 2
||Lee, Sang M