Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance: Volume 7 Issue 2


Human Resource Management

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Ill-being or well-being? Energising international business travellers

Lucy Rattrie, Markus Kittler

The purpose of this qualitative study is to explore well-being experiences of international business travellers (IBTs) and contribute to our understanding of personal and…

Measuring happiness at work in a Takaful organization

Meerna Mroueh, André de Waal

Happiness at work (HAW) has been a hot item in both the academic and managerial literature, as HAW seems to have a positive effect on attractiveness of an organization on…

A grounded theory for the performance of temporary disaster response teams

Reto M. Wegmann

The purpose of this study is to identify and determine the most prevalent factors influencing the performance of temporary disaster response teams.

Effective interim leadership and management: development of a cyclical model of interim assignments

Stephen A. Woods, Nick Diprose, Mary Murphy-Diprose, Geoff Thomas

This paper reviews literature on interim leadership and management through the lens of effective interim performance. The purpose of this review is to advance…

Outpacing the pandemic? A factorial survey on decision speed of COVID-19 task forces

Reto M. Wegmann, Laura Schärrer

The purpose of this study is to determine how individual competencies, team collaboration and clear assignment of tasks and roles predict the decision speed of temporary…

People analytics effectiveness: developing a framework

Tina Peeters, Jaap Paauwe, Karina Van De Voorde

The purpose of this paper is to explore the key ingredients that people analytics teams require to contribute to organizational performance. As the information that is…

Responsible talent management: towards guiding principles

Stephen Swailes

This article addresses three concerns about the operationalization and possible effects of exclusive talent management; the core assumptions that underpin and shape talent…

Job insecurity and performance in public and private sectors: a moderated mediation model

Antonio Chirumbolo, Antonino Callea, Flavio Urbini

The purpose of this study was to extend our knowledge of the relationship between quantitative and qualitative job insecurity and performance. On the basis of stress…

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