This post reflects a record of the published studies I’ve done on low-morale experiences. It will be updated as studies are published, so bookmark this post if you’re following my research agenda on this phenomenon. Kendrick, K.D. (2023). The cornered office: A qualitative study of low-morale experiences in formal library leaders. Journal of Library Administration. doi: 10.1080/01930826.2023.2177924Continue reading “Published Low Morale Studies”
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Published: Leaving Low Morale Study
My study focusing on how people decide to leave low-morale experiences/organizations – and how the experience influences behavior when employees go to new workplaces – has been published Open Access (OA) in Alki, the Washington Library Association’s official journal.
The List: Low-Morale Experience Studies
This post offers a running list of my published low-morale research. The original study (2017) and follow-up study (2019) may be behind paywalls, depending on your subscription-access to the journals. The latter studies (2021) are Open Access. Consider bookmarking this link if you’d like to follow along as my work continues. Thank you for yourContinue reading “The List: Low-Morale Experience Studies”