- Understanding how jobs and knowledge work can be designed for better performance and well-being
- Understanding how to craft your own job, career, and life
READ: Morgeson, Garza and Campion 2012 and come prepared to discuss the following questions in our online class:
and come prepared to discuss the following questions in our online class:
LIST OF OPTIONAL READINGSFuture of work design
Gibson, C. B., Gibbs, J. L., Stanko, T., Tesluk, P., & Cohen, S. G. 2011. Including “I” in virtual and modern job design: Extending the job characteristics model to include the moderating effect of individual experiences of electronic dependence and copresence. Organization Science, 22(6): 1481–1499.
Grant, A. M., & Parker, S. K. 2009. Redesigning work design theories: The rise of relational and proactive perspectives. Academy of Management Annals, 3(1): 317–375.
Humphrey, S. E., Nahrgang, J. D., & Morgeson, F. P. 2007. Integrating motivational, social, and contextual work design features: A meta-analytic summary and theoretical extension of the work design literature. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92(5): 1332–1356.
Oldham, G., & Hackman, J. 2010. Not what it was and not what it will be: The future of job design research. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 31(2–3): 463–479.
Oldham, G., & Fried, Y. 2016. Job design research and theory: Past, present and future. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 136(1): 20-35.
Schein, E. H. & Van Maanen, J. 2016. Career anchors and job/role planning: Tools for career and talent management. Organizational Dynamics, 45, 165-173.
Sonnentag, S. 2015. Dynamics of well-being. The Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 2, 261-293.