Integrating organizational research–Individual, team, organizational and multilevel perspectives
Resumen: Organizations are multilevel social systems (Hedberg, Nystrom, & Starbuck, 1976; Kesler & Kates, 2015) where (1) diverse employees are assigned to various jobs, embedded in multiple dyadic relationships, and expected to play diverse team roles; (2) functional and/or cross-functional teams integrate individual efforts and develop intra- and inter-group dynamics; and (3) multiple departments and business processes nested within or spanning across organizational boundaries deliver value through mutual interaction. Whereas the managerial priority in the globally digitalized world is to execute competitive strategic initiatives and achieve challenging business goals by vigilantly managing and continuously improving dynamic interactions between organizational system levels, the majority of scholars still populate disciplinary, specialized micro- (social psychology, organizational behavior, and organizational psychology), meso- (business process management and project management) or macro- (strategic management, organizational theory and design, and engineering/systems management) research camps (e.g., Hitt, Beamish, Jackson, & Mathieu, 2007; Molloy, Ployhart, & Wright, 2011)...
Idioma: Inglés
Año: 2020
Publicado en: EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT JOURNAL 38, 2 (2020), 217-218
ISSN: 0263-2373

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Tipo y forma: Review (Published version)
Área (Departamento): Área Psicología Social (Dpto. Psicología y Sociología)

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