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Figure 5: Interaction between P-O fit and market culture

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Relationships between Roles and Behaviors

Coworker ratings and supervisor ratings. Hypotheses 2a through 2h posited that

there would be relationships between roles and respective behaviors. I tested the

proposed relationships using the aggregate coworker ratings of behaviors. Table 13

describes the inter-correlations, means, standard deviations, and reliabilities of the

variables used to test the proposed relationships between roles and behaviors in the

coworker sample. One of the control variables had a significant effect on one of the

outcome variables—innovative behavior. Specifically, individuals in engineering/

professional jobs were viewed as more innovative than those in managerial jobs (= .26,

p< .01, R2 = .07). Therefore, this control variable was retained as a control for

innovative behavior. Table 14 provides the regression results for hypotheses 2a through

2h. Only hypothesis 2f was supported (innovative role had a negative relationship with

compliant behavior. (= -.30, p< .01, R2 = .09).

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