Jeremy Dawson
Jeremy Dawson
Professor of Health Management, University of Sheffield
Adresă de e-mail confirmată pe sheffield.ac.uk
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Moderation in management research: What, why, when, and how
JF Dawson
Journal of business and psychology 29 (1), 1-19, 2014
Probing three-way interactions in moderated multiple regression: development and application of a slope difference test.
JF Dawson, AW Richter
Journal of applied psychology 91 (4), 917, 2006
Validating the organizational climate measure: links to managerial practices, productivity and innovation
MG Patterson, MA West, VJ Shackleton, JF Dawson, R Lawthom, S Maitlis, ...
Journal of organizational behavior 26 (4), 379-408, 2005
HRM as a predictor of innovation
H Shipton, MA West, J Dawson, K Birdi, M Patterson
Human resource management journal 16 (1), 3-27, 2006
Leadership clarity and team innovation in health care
MA West, CS Borrill, JF Dawson, F Brodbeck, DA Shapiro, B Haward
The leadership quarterly 14 (4-5), 393-410, 2003
The link between the management of employees and patient mortality in acute hospitals
MA West, C Borrill, J Dawson, J Scully, M Carter, S Anelay, M Patterson, ...
International journal of human resource management 13 (8), 1299-1310, 2002
Culture and behaviour in the English National Health Service: overview of lessons from a large multimethod study
M Dixon-Woods, R Baker, K Charles, J Dawson, G Jerzembek, G Martin, ...
BMJ quality & safety 23 (2), 106-115, 2014
Building work engagement: A systematic review and meta‐analysis investigating the effectiveness of work engagement interventions
C Knight, M Patterson, J Dawson
Journal of organizational behavior 38 (6), 792-812, 2017
Boundary spanners' identification, intergroup contact, and effective intergroup relations
AW Richter, MA West, R Van Dick, JF Dawson
Academy of Management Journal 49 (6), 1252-1269, 2006
Harnessing demographic differences in organizations: What moderates the effects of workplace diversity?
YRF Guillaume, JF Dawson, L Otaye‐Ebede, SA Woods, MA West
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (2), 276-303, 2017
Team reflexivity and innovation: The moderating role of team context
MC Schippers, MA West, JF Dawson
Journal of Management 41 (3), 769-788, 2015
A Test of Basic Assumptions of Affective Events Theory (AET) in Call Centre Work1
J Wegge, R Dick, GK Fisher, MA West, JF Dawson
British Journal of Management 17 (3), 237-254, 2006
Reducing patient mortality in hospitals: the role of human resource management
MA West, JP Guthrie, JF Dawson, CS Borrill, M Carter
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2006
Diversity faultlines, shared objectives, and top management team performance
D Van Knippenberg, JF Dawson, MA West, AC Homan
human relations 64 (3), 307-336, 2011
It's what you do and the way that you do it: Team task, team size, and innovation-related group processes
LA Curral, RH Forrester, JF Dawson, MA West
European journal of work and organizational psychology 10 (2), 187-204, 2001
The effectiveness of health care teams in the National Health Service
CS Borrill, J Carletta, A Carter, JF Dawson, S Garrod, A Rees, A Richards, ...
University of Aston in Birmingham, 2000
Employee engagement and NHS performance
M West, J Dawson
King's Fund, 2012
Benevolent sexism at work: Gender differences in the distribution of challenging developmental experiences
EB King, W Botsford, MR Hebl, S Kazama, JF Dawson, A Perkins
Journal of Management 38 (6), 1835-1866, 2012
Breast cancer teams: the impact of constitution, new cancer workload, and methods of operation on their effectiveness
R Haward, Z Amir, C Borrill, J Dawson, J Scully, M West, R Sainsbury
British journal of cancer 89 (1), 15-22, 2003
When promoting positive feelings pays: Aggregate job satisfaction, work design features, and innovation in manufacturing organizations
HJ Shipton, MA West, CL Parkes, JF Dawson, MG Patterson
European journal of work and organizational psychology 15 (4), 404-430, 2006
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