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Studies recently published and in progress

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  • Berber A. (in press) “Defining inclusionary intelligence: A conceptual framework with a constructivist perspective”, Management Decision (DOI: 10.1108MD-01-2019-0144)

  • Rofcanin Y., Bakker A., Berber A., Golgeci I., Las Heras M. (2019) “Relational job crafting: Exploring the role of employee motives with a weekly diary study”, Human Relations, vol.72, no.4, pp.859-886 (AJG4) DOI: 10.1177/0018726718779121

  • Rofcanin Y., Berber A., Marescaux E., Bal P.M., Mughal F, Findikli M. (2019) “Human resource differentiation: A theoretical paper integrating co-workers’ perspective and context”, Human Resource Management Journal, vol.29, no.2, pp.270-286 (AJG 4) DOI: 10.1111/1748-8583.12224

  • Yılmaz Börekçi D., Las Heras M., Rofcanin Y., Berber A. (2018) “Deconstructing organizational resilience: A multiple-case study”, Journal of Management and Organization, (AJG2, DOI: 10.1017/jmo.2018.72)

  • Berber A., Harding N., Mughal F. (in review) “A historical review of the contextual influences shaping Fayol’s doctrine”

  • Berber A., Rofcanin Y. (in review) “The role of job crafting in relation to task interdependence and team dynamics: A test of the model from the resource perspective”

  • Berber A., Acar G. “Wielding individual power at work: a study on personality types with a critical perspective”

  • Rofcanin Y., Berber A., Koch S., Sevinç L. (2016) "Job crafting and I-deals: a study testing the nomological network of proactive behaviors", International Journal of Human Resource Management, vol.27, no.22, pp.2695-2726 (AJG3)

  • Berber A., Pekdemir I., Rofcanin Y., Sen, Y. (2013) “Does service innovation mirror product innovation? A multi-method study with successful evidence case from Turkey”, International Journal of Business Innovation & Research, vol.7, no.6, pp.699-716.

  • Berber A. (2016) “100 Yıl Öncesine Bir Yolculuk: ‘Genel ve Endüstriyel Yönetim’ ve Fransa’da Fayolizm-Taylorizm Kutuplaşması (Going Back in Time 100 Years: ‘General and Industrial Management’ and the Fayolism-Taylorism Dichotomy in France)”, Istanbul University Journal of the School of Business, vol.45, Special Issue, pp.118-132

  • Berber A. (2016) “Purpose, change and top management in the mid-1920s: Revisiting selected papers presented at the meetings of the Taylor Society”, Organizational Management: Policies & Practices in a Global Market, Machado C, Davim JP (Eds.), Palgrave: pp.15-30.

  • Berber A. (2015) “Customer experience, technology and innovation: Evidence from Georgian London and the Victorian era”, Innovation Management in Research and Industry, Davim JP, Machado C (Eds.), De Gruyter: pp.59-70.

  • Berber A., Rofcanin Y., Las Heras M. (in review) “Understanding when job crafting is optimum for individuals and for teams”

  • Rofcanin Y., Stollberger J., Las Heras M., Berber, A. (in review) “The trickle-down model of servant leadership and family supportive supervisor behaviors”

  • Marescaux E., Rofcanin Y., Berber A. (in review) “Family-supportive supervisor behavior and its congruence: Effects on employee outcomes” 

  • Berber A., Rofcanin Y. (in review) “A review of job crafting research from work identity perspective”

  • Rofcanin Y., Mughal F., Berber A., Bosch M. (in review). “Linking servant leadership to FSSBs: the role of engagement and POS”

  • Yalabik Z., Berber A., Rofcanin Y. (in review) “Emotional exhaustion and work engagement: Integrating supervisor and team level perspectives”

  • Berber A., Ceran B., Kulli B. “Corporate employees working for vulnerable groups: a diary study with a critical perspective”

  • Berber A., Kulli B., Frimpong Y., Inan A. “Victorian female labour: international implications in today’s work setting”

 

Research interests

manager-employee interactions

role of context in OB & HRM

qualitative research in management

history of management thought

contemporary theories in management

organisational theory

individual and inclusion at work

power & leading

networks and organisational network analysis

complex systems and chaos theory

proactive work behaviour