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Within-group agreement: On the use (and misuse) of rWG and rWG(J) in leadership research and some best practice guidelines.
Multilevel leadership researchers have predominantly applied either direct consensus or referent-shift consensus composition models when aggregating individual-level data to a higher level of
Self‐initiated foreign expatriates versus assigned expatriates: Two distinct types of international careers?
Purpose – This paper aims to analyze the differences between assigned expatriates (AEs) and self‐initiated expatriates (SEs) in management and executive positions. The basic research question is how
SIZE DOES MATTER: HOW VARYING GROUP SIZES IN A SAMPLE AFFECT THE MOST COMMON MEASURES OF GROUP DIVERSITY.
The article presents research on diversity among teams in the workplace, diversity being defined as the presence within the group of varying skills, information and experience which contribute to g...
Career Patterns: A Twenty-Year Panel Study
Using 20 years of employment and job mobility data from a representative German sample (N = 1259), we employ optimal matching analysis (OMA) to identify six career patterns which deviate from the
Do Economic Globalization and Industry Growth Destabilize Careers? An Analysis of Career Complexity and Career Patterns Over Time
We analyze the impact of economic globalization and industry growth on the complexity of early work careers in Germany. We conceptualize complexity as the absolute number of employer changes, the
Optimal Matching Analysis in Career Research: A Review and Some Best-practice Recommendations
Optimal matching is a method for the analysis of sequential data. It allows researchers to detect patterns in career sequences or occupational trajectories. We first give a brief introduction to the
Human resource management systems and work attitudes: The mediating role of future time perspective
This paper examines the role of employees' future time perspective (FTP) in the association between human resource management (HRM) systems and work-related attitudes. Drawing on social exchange
What makes them move abroad? Reviewing and exploring differences between self-initiated and assigned expatriation
Only in recent years have self-initiated expatriates (SIEs) been distinguished from assigned expatriates (AEs). But there is still a lack of empirically based comparative results. Statistical
Empowering leadership and managers' career perceptions: Examining effects at both the individual and the team level
Abstract In a multilevel model of leadership behavior, we investigated whether and how empowering leadership affects individuals' career perceptions. We developed a conceptual model that links
Antecedents of employee's preference for knowledge-sharing tools
This study examines individual antecedents of employees' preference for formal or informal knowledge-sharing tools. We propose that the preference for different tools is determined by the combined
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