Iş Etiği : Eski Sorunlar, Yeni Kavramlar, Yeni Yaklaşımlar



Work discipline compound personality scale development with item response theory
Gültaş, Mehmet; Toker, Yonca; Department of Psychology (2014)
The Big Five personality factors differentially relate to various organizational criteria. The most notable characteristic of personality scales while used in prediction is that they are criteria dependent. Nevertheless, even the predictive power of the most promising of the factors (i.e., conscientiousness) varies across occupations and situations. Increasing the specificity of a measurement instrument by designing the instrument considering criterion-relevant facet-level behaviors has been shown to improv...
Organizational factors required for IT and business strategies alignment
Altınışık, Said; Çetin, Yasemin; Department of Information Systems (2015)
Previous literature strongly supports that the alignment of a firm’s information systems with business strategies leads to superior business performance and provides the firm a competitive advantage in the market. This study examines the antecedent factors of IT and business strategies alignment particularly for the Turkish context. Our research method in this study is embedded correlational model under the umbrella of mixed method research design. We derived the factors that were shown to contribute to bus...
A Software benchmarking methodology for effort estimation
Nabi, Mina; Demirörs, Onur; Department of Information Systems (2012)
Software project managers usually use benchmarking repositories to estimate effort, cost, and duration of the software development which will be used to appropriately plan, monitor and control the project activities. In addition, precision of benchmarking repositories is a critical factor in software effort estimation process which plays subsequently a critical role in the success of the software development project. In order to construct such a precise benchmarking data repository, it is important to have ...
An approach for including business requirements to soa design
Ocaktürk, Murat; Doğru, Ali Hikmet; Department of Computer Engineering (2010)
In this thesis, a service oriented decomposition approach: Use case Driven Service Oriented Architecture (UDSOA), is introduced to close the gap between business requirements and SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) design by including business use cases and system use cases into decomposition process. The approach is constructed upon Service Oriented Software Engineering (SOSE) modeling technique and aims to fill the deficits of it at the decomposition phase. Further, it aims to involve both business vision...
Job satisfaction and its relation with perceived workload: an application in a research institution
Harputlu, Şeniz; Çilingir, Canan; Department of Industrial Engineering (2014)
In this thesis, it was aimed to determine the factors which affect the satisfaction level of employees and measure these levels by using both global/general and facet approach. For this purpose, a new job satisfaction questionnaire with 70 questions was formed by adding some necessary questions to an existent Turkish survey previously used in a study which is based on Spector’s Job Satisfaction Survey (JSS). NASA-TLX questionnaire was attached to the satisfaction survey for measurement of mental workload. T...
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S. F. Aşcıgil, Iş Etiği : Eski Sorunlar, Yeni Kavramlar, Yeni Yaklaşımlar. 2001.