Batia M. Wiesenfeld
Batia M. Wiesenfeld
Stern School of Business, New York University üzerinde doğrulanmış e-posta adresine sahip - Ana Sayfa
Alıntı yapanlar
Alıntı yapanlar
An integrative framework for explaining reactions to decisions: interactive effects of outcomes and procedures.
J Brockner, BM Wiesenfeld
Psychological bulletin 120 (2), 189, 1996
Examining the relationship between reviews and sales: The role of reviewer identity disclosure in electronic markets
C Forman, A Ghose, B Wiesenfeld
Information systems research 19 (3), 291-313, 2008
Organizational identification among virtual workers: The role of need for affiliation and perceived work-based social support
BM Wiesenfeld, S Raghuram, R Garud
Journal of management 27 (2), 213-229, 2001
Communication patterns as determinants of organizational identification in a virtual organization
BM Wiesenfeld, S Raghuram, R Garud
Organization science 10 (6), 777-790, 1999
The stigmatization and devaluation of elites associated with corporate failures: A process model
BM Wiesenfeld, KA Wurthmann, DC Hambrick
Academy of management review 33 (1), 231-251, 2008
Decision frame, procedural justice, and survivors′ reactions to job layoffs
J Brockner, BM Wiesenfeld, CL Martin
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 63 (1), 59-68, 1995
Factors contributing to virtual work adjustment
S Raghuram, R Garud, B Wiesenfeld, V Gupta
Journal of Management 27 (3), 383-405, 2001
The moderating effect of self-esteem in reaction to voice: Converging evidence from five studies.
J Brockner, L Heuer, PA Siegel, B Wiesenfeld, C Martin, S Grover, T Reed, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 75 (2), 394, 1998
Knowing where you stand: Physical isolation, perceived respect, and organizational identification among virtual employees
CA Bartel, A Wrzesniewski, BM Wiesenfeld
Organization Science 23 (3), 743-757, 2012
Is more fairness always preferred? Self-esteem moderates reactions to procedural justice
BM Wiesenfeld, WB Swann Jr, J Brockner, CA Bartel
Academy of Management Journal 50 (5), 1235-1253, 2007
Work‐nonwork conflict and job stress among virtual workers
S Raghuram, B Wiesenfeld
Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of …, 2004
Communication patterns as determinants of organizational identification in a virtual organization
BM Wiesenfeld, S Raghuram, R Garud
Journal of computer-mediated communication 3 (4), JCMC344, 1998
Interactive effect of job content and context on the reactions of layoff survivors.
J Brockner, BM Wiesenfeld, T Reed, S Grover, C Martin
Journal of personality and social psychology 64 (2), 187, 1993
Procedural fairness, managers' self-esteem, and managerial behaviors following a layoff
BM Wiesenfeld, J Brockner, V Thibault
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 83 (1), 1-32, 2000
Racioethnic diversity and group members’ experiences: The role of the racioethnic diversity of the organizational context
LL Martins, FJ Milliken, BM Wiesenfeld, SR Salgado
Group & Organization Management 28 (1), 75-106, 2003
Seeing the forest for the trees: Exploratory learning, mobile technology, and knowledge workers’ role integration behaviors
JN Reyt, BM Wiesenfeld
Academy of Management Journal 58 (3), 739-762, 2015
Technology enabled work: The role of self-efficacy in determining telecommuter adjustment and structuring behavior
S Raghuram, B Wiesenfeld, R Garud
Journal of Vocational Behavior 63 (2), 180-198, 2003
Living on the edge (of social and organizational psychology): The effects of job layoffs on those who remain
J Brockner, B Wiesenfeld
Social psychology in organizations: Advances in theory and research 119, 140, 1993
Exploring innovative entrepreneurship and its ties to higher educational experiences
MJ Mayhew, JS Simonoff, WJ Baumol, BM Wiesenfeld, MW Klein
Research in Higher Education 53 (8), 831-859, 2012
How, when, and why does outcome favorability interact with procedural fairness?
J Brockner, B Wiesenfeld
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2005
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