The Work Intention Inventory: Initial Evidence of Construct Validity

Drea Zigarmi, Kim Nimon, Dobie Houson, David Witt, Jim Diehl

Abstract


Some contemporary authors have advocated the use and measurement of intention as a means to increase the understanding and application of employee engagement and work passion in organizational settings. The purpose of this article is to describe the rationale, methods, and results across two studies conducted to develop, refine, and validate a set of work intention scales. Evidence of construct validity for the employee Work Intention Inventory (WII) is presented along with limitations, and implications for research and practice.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/jbar.v1n1p24

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Journal of Business Administration Research

ISSN 1927-9507 (Print)      ISSN 1927-9515  (Online)

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