Summary Managing Social Capital - Articles lectures & workgroup
Summary of the following articles (2017):
1. Strategy, human resource management and performance: Sharpening line of sight Paul F. Buller & Glenn M. McEvoy (2012)
2. The Negative Effects of Social Capital in Organizations: A Review and Extension Pillai, Hodgkinson, Kalyanaram & Nair (2015)
3. Organizational Social Capital and Employment Practices R. Leana & H. J. van Buren (1999)
4. The Essence of Strategic Leadership: Managing Human and Social Capital Michael A. Hitt & R. Duane Ireland (2002)
5. Social Capital, Intellectual Capital, and the Organizational Advantage Janine Nahapiet & Sumantra Ghoshal (1998)
6. The psychology of talent management: A review and research agenda Dries, (2013)
7. Moving European research on work and ageing forward: Overview and agenda. Schalk, Veldhoven, de Lange, (2010).
8. Bonds and boundaries: Network structure, organizational boundaries and job performance. Zou, X. & Ingram, P. (2013)
9. The New Science of Building Great Teams Pentland, A. (2012)
10. A Meta-Analysis of Antecedents and Consequences of Leader-Member Exchange: Integrating the Past With an Eye Toward the Future. Dulebohn, J.H., Bommer, W.H., Liden, R.C., Brouer, R.L. & Ferris, G.R. (2012).
11. On the relationship between intragroup conflict and social capital in teams: A longitudinal investigation in Taiwan. Chang, Man-Ling (2017).
12. Leadership: Why Gender and Culture Matter. Ayman & Korabik (2010)
13. Global talent management and inpatriate social capital building: a status inconsistency perspective. Moeller, Maley, Harvey & Kiessling (2016).
14. Why doesn’t downsizing deliver? A multi-level model integrating downsizing, social capital, dynamic capabilities, and firm performance Schenkel & Teigland, (2017).
15. The relationship between fulfilment of the psychological contract and resistance to change during organizational transformations. Schalk & Heuvel (2009).
WG - 1. The Effects of Organizational Embeddedness on Development of Social Capital and Human Capital Ng & Feldman (2010).
WG - 2. Social Capital and Organizational Performance: Evidence from Urban Public Schools Carri R. Leana & Frits K. Pil (2006)
WG - 3. It’s more complicated than we think: The implications of social capital on innovation Wang, Guidice, Zhou & Wang (2017).
WG - 4. The effects of individual motivations and social capital on employees’ tacit and explicit knowledge sharing intentions Yong Sauk Hau, Byoungsoo Kim, Heeseok Lee, Young-Gul Kim (2012)
WG - 5. Managerial social capital, strategic orientation, and organizational performance in an emerging economy Acquaah, Moses (2007).
Part 1: Introduction to Scientific Reasoning (Chapters 1-3)
Detailed summary of Part 1: Introduction to Scientific Reasoning, Chapters 1-3, based off Beth Morling's 'Research Methods in Psychology', second edition. Includes: Psychology Is a Way of Thinking, Sources of Information: Why Research Is Best and How to Find it, and Three Claims, Four Validities: Interrogation Tools for Consumers of Research.
Part 3: Tools for Evaluating Frequency Claims (Chapters 6&7)
Detailed summary of Part 3: Tools for Evaluating Frequency Claims, Chapters 6&7, based off Beth Morling\'s \'Research Methods in Psychology\', second edition.
Summary BRM1 of Price&Bernard
This document contains a summary of the relevant chapters of the two recommended books for the course: 'Psychology Research Methods: Core Skills & Concepts' (Price) and 'Social Research Methods: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches (H. Bernard, 2nd edition).
The following chapters are summarized:
Bernard: 1, 8, 9, 11
Price: 1-3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13
In the order of the lectures given.
Part 2: Research Foundations for Any Claim (Chapters 4&5)
Detailed summary of Part 2: Research Foundations for Any Claim, Chapters 4&5, based off Beth Morling\'s \'Research Methods in Psychology\', second edition. Includes: Ethical Guidelines for Psychology Research and Identifying Good Measurement.
Summary Articles Essentials in Marketing Communication
Summary of these articles:
- Kardes, F.R. (1996). In Defence of Experimental Consumer Psychology. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 5(3), 279-296.
- Belk, R.W. (2013) Extended Self in a Digital World. Journal of Consumer Research, 40 (3), 477-500.
- Kahneman, D. (2003). A perspective on judgment and choice : Mapping bounded rationality. American Psychologist, 58(9), 697-720.
- Van Rompay, T. J. L., de Vries, P. W., Bontekoe, F. & Tanja-Dijkstra, K. (2012) Embodied Product Perception: Effects of Verticality Cues in Advertising and Packaging Design on Consumer Impressions and Price Expectations. Psychology and Marketing, Vol. 29(12): 919–928.
Psychology 243 Notes
A comprehensive summary of all work covered in Psychology 243, looking at research design in Psychology, including lecture slides, lecture notes and personal notes. This summary focuses on different methods of acquiring knowledge, the scientific method applied to social reality, types of research, research questions and variables, research planning and design, sampling, ensuring the quality of data, and research findings and dissemination.