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[Summary]Understanding the Impact of Positive Deviance in Work Organizations – University of Michigan Business School Understanding the Impact of Positive Deviance in Work Organizations Deviance in the workplace can actually be a good thing, as long as it's p

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Understanding the Impact of Positive Deviance in Work Organizations – University of Michigan Business School

Understanding the Impact of Positive Deviance in Work Organizations

Deviance in the workplace can actually be a good thing, as long as it's positive, say University of Michigan Business School researchers.

Traditionally, deviance has referred to intentional behaviors that depart from organizational norms in a negative way, thereby threatening the well-being of an organization and/or its members. Stealing and incivility are commonly cited as examples of deviant, or harmful, behavior.

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Positive Deviance

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