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Research Archives - Humanizing Digital Work

LIST OF COLLABORATORS AND COUNTRY COVERAGE

Name and surname Institution Aldijana Bunjak University of Stavanger Alenka Slavec Gomezel SEB LU Aleša Saša Sitar School of Economics and Business University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Alice Verlinden KU Leuven André Escórcio Soares University of Lincoln Ann Sophie Lauterbach University of Konstanz, Germany Baillien Elfi KU Leuven Bojan Kitanovikj Faculty of Economics-Skopje, University Ss. Cyril […]

e-Wanderlust: Striking Harmony between Work and Well-being in the Nomadic Lifestyle

The ever-advancing wave of technological evolution ushers in fresh avenues for redefining our careers, and methods of work and collaboration. Digital nomadism represents one such form that is clearly on the uptake, and actually denotes a lifestyle phenomenon, as work and life become increasingly boundaryless, global, and disentangled (Hannonen, 2020). As defined by Cook (2023, p. 259), digital nomads are […]

Innovation across cultures: Connecting leadership, identification, and creative behavior in organizations

Innovation is considered essential for today’s organizations to survive and thrive. Researchers have also stressed the importance of leadership as a driver of followers’ innovative work behavior (FIB). Yet, despite a large amount of research, three areas remain understudied: (a) The relative importance of different forms of leadership for FIB; (b) the mechanisms through which […]

I’m creative and deserving! From self-rated creativity to creative recognition

This paper examines the psychological mechanism by which digital workers translate self-rated creativity into other-rated creativity (novelty and usefulness). Specifically, we explore digital workers’ creative self-efficacy as an explanatory mechanism while we investigate psychological entitlement as a boundary condition. We test our research model on a sample of digital platform workers (245 working professionals on […]

Exploring the past, present, and future of the mindfulness field: A multitechnique bibliometric review

This paper provides an overview of the mindfulness literature up until the end of 2020 by (a) uncovering its underlying intellectual structure, (b) identifying the most influential and popular themes, and (c) presenting new directions for future research on mindfulness. To this end, a systematic quantitative review based on bibliometric methods was conducted, which is […]

Past, present and future: A systematic multitechnique bibliometric review of the field of distributed work

This review focuses on the growing field of distrubuted work, made even more relevant in light of the current pandemic. Many different definitions, labels, and conceptualizations of distributed work exist, resulting in a fragmented field, threatened by a proliferation of concepts. Prior reviews addressed a limited scope of phenomena or review approaches; are narrative, subjective, […]

Past, present and future: A systematic multitechnique bibliometric review of the field of distributed work

This review focuses on the growing field of distrubuted work, made even more relevant in light of the current pandemic. Many different definitions, labels, and conceptualizations of distributed work exist, resulting in a fragmented field, threatened by a proliferation of concepts. Prior reviews addressed a limited scope of phenomena or review approaches; are narrative, subjective, […]