Multiple Identities and Work Motivation: The Role of Perceived Compatibility between Nested Organizational Units

@article{Riketta2007MultipleIA,
  title={Multiple Identities and Work Motivation: The Role of Perceived Compatibility between Nested Organizational Units},
  author={M. Riketta and S. Nienaber},
  journal={Labor: Personnel Economics},
  year={2007}
}
  • M. Riketta, S. Nienaber
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • Labor: Personnel Economics
  • This study examines the role of perceived compatibility between nested organizational units in identification and work motivation. A survey was conducted in German pharmaceutical stores that had joined a large cooperative network several months before the investigation. Employees judged how compatible the network was with their individual stores on four dimensions (ensuring future, preserving tradition, preserving distinctiveness, and maintaining autonomy). Further, employees indicated their… CONTINUE READING
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