Do I See Us Like You See Us? Consensus, Agreement, and the Context of Leadership Relationships: A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Team Innovation, Knowledge and Performance Management: A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Psychological and Organizational Climate Research: Contrasting Perspectives and Research Traditions: A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Work and Rest: A Topic for Work and Organizational Psychology: A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Conflict in Organizations: Beyond Effectiveness and Performance: A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Call Centre Work: Smile by Wire: A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Qualitative Methods in Organizational Research and Practice: A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Organizational Learning: Relational-Constructionist Approaches: A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Bertolt Meyer, Christine Gockel, Robert Roe, Franziska Tschan
October 29, 2012
This special issue focuses on temporal dynamics in teams. Drawing on the distinction between differential and temporal (or variable vs. process) research, recent theories and research practices in the field of team research are discussed to better understand the gap between research objectives and...
Birgit Schyns, David V. Day
July 02, 2010
The quality of relationships between leaders and followers continues to be a relevant topic for researchers and practitioners. The importance of that relationship cannot be overestimated because it is a lens through which followers view their entire work experience. Also, the relationship between...
Conny Antoni, Guido Hertel
September 04, 2009
In previous years, different types of teamwork in and between organizations have attracted a lot of research, analyzing different team characteristics and context factors and their influence on team processes and various team outcomes. Specific team level concepts such as team goals, team mental...
Daan Van Knippenberg, David De Cremer
November 26, 2008
The fairness of the treatment they receive is a key concern to people in organizations. Leaders are a key source of such decisions and treatment that may elicit feelings of fairness or unfairness, but research in leadership and organizational justice has only recently started to explore the...
Alessia D'Amato, Michael J. Burke
March 01, 2008
This special issue brings together psychological and organizational climate research from different cultural perspectives and research traditions. The articles exemplify the best of these traditions with climate research at both the individual and organizational levels of analysis as well as...
Fred R H Zijlstra, Sabine Sonnentag
June 08, 2006
Research on work and health has mostly focused on the stress caused by the work situation and by job characteristics. However, recovering from the daily strain is also important to maintain a healthy balance between work and private life. Recovery is assumed to take place in people’s private (after...
Carsten De Dreu, Bianca Beersma
June 23, 2005
Conflict theory and research has traditionally focused on conflict management strategies, in relation to individual and work team effectiveness and productivity. Far less attention has been devoted to 'soft' outcomes including job satisfaction, organizational commitment, turnover intentions, and...
Doris Fay, Harald Lührmann
June 17, 2004
The game goes on. The pressure on organizations for continuous change, in order to adapt to shifts in market structure, to deregulation or legal initiatives and to quickly grasp evolving opportunities has not reduced on the contrary, it has increased with progressing globalization and competition....
Christian Dormann, Fred R.H. Zijlstra
January 08, 2004
In our current 'service economy' delivery of services is a major task for industry. Organizations are looking for ways to be accessible to their customers, to be able to promptly answer questions customers may have, or to provide reliable and up-to-date information. This has resulted in the...
Catherine Cassell, Rosie Dickson, Gillian Symon
December 14, 2000
The aim of this issue is to bring together the latest research and practice using qualitative methods in European work and organizational psychology. Work psychology research and practice has traditionally been dominated by the use of quantitative methods. However, the last few years have seen an...
Renée Bouwen, Diane Marie Hosking
June 08, 2000
First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
Elizabeth Chell, Michael Frese, Heinz Klandt
April 13, 2000
The study of entrepreneurship is important because small and medium-sized enterprises are the major agents of economic growth and employment (99% of European companies are small or medium-sized and provide 66% of the working places). From a psychological point of view, the study is interesting...