This dissertation develops and tests a multilevel, time-based model of abusive supervision by addressing three interrelated puzzles in three essays: (a) Do subordinates vary in their daily experience of abusive supervision, and if so, how does this variability affect subordinates’ performance? (b) Is there a spiral of abusive supervision, and if so, which factors might facilitate or mitigate the spiral of abusive supervision over time? and (c) How do team members’ differential experiences of abusive supervision make a difference in teams over time? This dissertation enriches our understanding of the occurrence, process, and consequences of abusive supervision.
University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation.June 2017. Major: Business Administration. Advisor: Michelle Duffy. 1 computer file (PDF); ix, 151 pages.
Some things, if not all things, are about change: A time-based theory of abusive supervision.
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