Dr. Michael Withey is a Professor with the Faculty of Business Administration at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He completed most of his university education at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, earning an MBA. (1981) and a PhD in Management (1986). Dr. Withey has taught courses in Organizational Behaviour and Development, Organization Theory, Management Skills and Change Management at the undergraduate and MBA levels. His research interests are in the general areas of employee attitudes and their effects on workplace behaviour and the knowledge-based economy


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Development of a Scale to Measure Knowledge Work

This study argues that knowledge work is discretionary organizational behavior and describes the development of a five-item scale to measure the amount of knowledge that workers use in their work.

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Workplace Attitudes of Knowledge Workers

This study explores the attitudes and beliefs that characterize workers who use knowledge in their work.

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Some Differences between Knowledge-based and Traditional Workplaces

Knowledge-based and traditional workplaces differ in employee affective commitment, job satisfaction and shared values and in workplace characteristics, realistic expectations and reward structures.

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