Locating Articles on Leading People and Change in Organizations
Depending on your assignment, you may be asked to find articles about a variety of topics related to organizational behavior in order to support your ideas. Below are some recommended strategies particularly helpful for leading people and change in organizations. For additional tips on finding articles related to organizational behavior, please refer to the BSCI Organizational Behavior InfoGuide.
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Step One: Login to either Business Source Premier or PsycINFO and click Choose Databases.
Type leadership into the third box
Type effectiveness or performance into the second box (the word "or" is a search command)
Type another word or phrase into the third box that describes the your topic such as conflict
Click the box for Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals