Resource integration capabilities to enable platform complementarity in healthcare service ecosystem co-creationMinna Pikkarainen, Laura Kemppainen, Yueqiang Xu, Miia Jansson, Petri Ahokangas, Timo Koivumäki, He Hong Gu, Julius Francis Gomes
Covid has increased the usage of multisided digital platforms. For companies, this has become a business opportunity. Data usage on platforms requires that platform…
Why do good soldiers in good organizations behave wrongly? The vicarious licensing effect of perceived corporate social responsibilitySherzodbek Murodilla Ugli Dadaboyev, Sungwon Choi, Soyon Paek
While most corporate social responsibility (CSR) research has focused on its positive effects, the potential “dark side” of CSR has received scant attention. Grounded in…
The effects of a firm's capabilities on its innovativeness: the mediating roles of resource flexibilityYu Gao, Wei Yang, Hao Shen
This study examines the effects of technological and marketing capabilities on administrative and product innovativeness, and the mediation effects of resource flexibility.
When working from home might come at a cost: the relationship between family boundary permeability, overwork climate and exhaustionJurgita Lazauskaite-Zabielske, Arunas Ziedelis, Ieva Urbanaviciute
Drawing on boundary theory, this study aims to analyse whether the intensity of working from home will be related to higher exhaustion through family boundary…
This study examines the family- and non-family-related reasons that may determine the choice of the anticipated entrepreneurial exit strategy (exit intention).
Female managers' meaningful work and commitment: organizational contexts and generational differencesEun Jee Kim, Sunyoung Park
The aim of this research is to examine the relationships among family-friendly organizational culture, job characteristics, supervisor support, meaningful work, and…
Who needs transformational leadership to craft their job? The role of work engagement and personal valuesAgnieszka Wojtczuk-Turek
The purpose of this paper is to discuss relationships between transformational leadership and job crafting. Using the job demands-resource (JD-R) theory, this study…
Organizational hierarchical position, perception of unfair pay, and job satisfaction: evidence from large nation-wide surveys in PolandVera A. Adamchik, Thomas J. Hyclak, Piotr Sedlak
The study examines the relationship between perceived unfair pay and job satisfaction and how this relationship is contingent on organizational hierarchical rank.
Linking supervisors’ bottom-line mentality to workplace cheating behavior: examining the mediating and moderating role of organizational cynicism and moral identityMobina Farasat, Akbar Azam, Hassan Imam, Hamid Hassan
The purpose of this study is to examine how and when supervisors’ bottom-line mentality (BLM) influences workplace cheating behavior. Specifically, the authors draw upon…
Based on socioemotional wealth theory, the authors explore the impact of founder domination (with the founder as the chairman or CEO) on the earnings management activities…
Moderating role of perceived work addiction of managers in the relationship between employees' perfectionism and work addiction: a trait activation theory perspectiveModesta Morkevičiūtė, Auksė Endriulaitienė
Earlier authors suggested that a combination of different factors leads to the development of work addiction, hereby indicating that no single perspective is enough to…
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