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HOW MUCH DO HIGH-PERFORMANCE WORK PRACTICES MATTER? A META-ANALYSIS OF THEIR EFFECTS ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE
Although there is growing evidence that high performance work practices (HPWPs) affect organizational performance, varying sample characteristics, research designs, practices examined, andExpand
Another look at the role of emotion in the organizational change: A process model
Abstract The paper proposes a cognitive–emotional model of organizational change. It is argued that employees' emotions go through four sequential but distinguishable stages in the organizationalExpand
The Role of Emotional Expression and Mentoring in Internship Learning
We examine the proactive role of interns in fostering positive internship experiences and how such experiences may bring about beneficial outcomes for both interns and sponsoring organizations. The...
A Predictive Investigation of Reputation as Mediator of the Political-Skill/Career-Success Relationship1
Career success is determined by a number of factors, including some combination of specific competencies and a performance record, along with network development, organizational politics, andExpand
Dispositional antecedents and outcomes of political skill in organizations: A four-study investigation with convergence
Abstract We developed a four-study research plan to examine the dispositional antecedents of political skill and its job performance consequences, and also to incorporate the mediating role ofExpand
Rhyme and Reason: Emotional Capability and the Performance of Knowledge-Intensive Work Groups
Organizations greatly depend on the performance of small, autonomous, knowledge-intensive work groups. These groups can be perceived as bundles of knowledge-based resources that reside in the groups'Expand
The Relationship Between Emotional Resources and Emotional Labor: An Exploratory Study
The study examines the effects of a subtype of personal resources (i.e., emotional resources) on emotional labor strategies. We examined 2 variables, emotional intelligence and negative affectivity,Expand
The value of human resource management for organizational performance
All executives would like to see their organizations perform better, and most search for tools that can help make this happen. For decades, human resource managers have believed that their functionExpand
Are You Willing and Able? Roles of Motivation, Power, and Politics in Career Growth
A comprehensive model of political behavior and its influence on career growth was presented and tested via a Chinese sample of 283 employee—supervisor dyads. Need for achievement and need for powerExpand
Culture, Overload and Personal Innovativeness with Information Technology: Extending the Nomological Net
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It is suggested that dimensions of national culture and work overload are correlates of PIIT and managers may mitigate the culture's influence on PIIT through management of the work environment. Expand
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