Eleven elementary physical education teachers provided information about their perceptions of 251 students’ temperament characteristics and estimates of four student aptitudes: motor ability, social interaction skills, motivation, and to what level of their potential students generally worked. Estimates of the frequency that teachers would attend to each child in typical instructional situations were also gathered. Factor analysis of the temperament measures revealed three independent factors: physical sensitivity, adaptability, and reactivity/task orientation. Teachers’ decisions to attend to children were regressed on temperament factors and student aptitude measures. The findings indicated that motor ability was the most important variable teachers reported they would use in making decisions about allocating their attention during instruction. The temperament factor reactivity/task orientation was the next most important factor. The analyses suggested that teachers would consider adaptability of students only in organizational patterns that include the whole group.
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Julie Tyler was recently hired as President of the Sacramento River Cats, a Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. With a little over one month on the job, Julie encounters a situation she has never had to deal with when an earthquake strikes her facility. The River Cats are not severely impacted by the earthquake, but a rival organization (the Fresno Grizzlies; Triple-A affiliate of the Houston Astros) experiences some fairly serious damage and injuries. Julie has to decide whether to modify the schedule to meet the needs of the Grizzlies, to appease some of her other stakeholders with varying interests, and/or pursue a competitive advantage for her organization. Julie makes the decision to review a similar situation for guidance on her decision. The situation she decides to employ is a series relocation that the Houston Astros had to make to Tampa, Florida following the devastation created by Hurricane Harvey in August 2017. Her decision has to be made expeditiously as their next series with the Grizzlies takes place in four days.
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; Mitchell et al., 1997 ), highlighting a potential gap within stakeholder theory. One of these potential attributes is equity. Equity has been defined as social justice or fairness ( Braveman & Gruskin, 2003 ). Equity has been an integral part of other theoretical models for managerial decision making, such
Matthew Juravich and Brian M. Mills
some possible changes in the level and trend of balance in NCAA basketball at the point of policy implementation. We develop these results in the context of lessons as to how external forces could impact managerial decision-making and shape new logics of action for an organizational field. This paper
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managerial positions dictate the course of events, managerial effectiveness is largely reflected in the ability to make sound decisions ( Vroom, 1974 ). There are a myriad of examples in the peer-reviewed literature and popular press of how poor managerial decision making has led to undesirable outcomes. For
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, 2008 ), with many of them consuming in the majority via media platforms. A greater understanding of the consumption modes, the defining characteristics of each type, and drivers of satisfaction with club products can aid the managerial decision making about the channel mix, development of products