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Managing employee well-being and resilience for innovation: evidence from knowledge-intensive service industries

By: Athota, Vidya S.
Contributor(s): Malik, Ashish [Co-author].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Switzerland Palgrave Macmillan 2019Description: xvii, 198 p. Includes illustrations, bibliographical references and index.ISBN: 9783030061876.Subject(s): Personnel management | Psychology, Industrial | Intellectual capital | Manpower policy | Employee health promotion | Employee motivationDDC classification: 158.7 Summary: This book employs a multidisciplinary and multi-level perspective to understand how well-being and resilience can influence innovation in knowledge-intensive contexts. Building on the authors’ work in the areas of innovation management, human resource management and the psychological aspects of employee well-being, rich empirical data is presented and analysed in order to develop a conceptual framework. An interdisciplinary and insightful read for those studying HRM, innovation and psychology, this book is aimed at scholars who are interested in examining the relationships between micro- (individual) and Meso-level (organisational and managerial practices) influences on innovation outcomes. https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030061876
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Table of Contents

1. Why Well-being, Resilience and Innovation?
2. Theoretical Foundations of Resilience, Well-being and Innovation
3. Meso-level Influences on Well-being, Resilience and Innovation: Creating an Ambidextrous Context through HRM
4. Quantitative Analysis
5. Within-case Qualitative Analysis
6. Discussion and Conclusion.

This book employs a multidisciplinary and multi-level perspective to understand how well-being and resilience can influence innovation in knowledge-intensive contexts. Building on the authors’ work in the areas of innovation management, human resource management and the psychological aspects of employee well-being, rich empirical data is presented and analysed in order to develop a conceptual framework. An interdisciplinary and insightful read for those studying HRM, innovation and psychology, this book is aimed at scholars who are interested in examining the relationships between micro- (individual) and Meso-level (organisational and managerial practices) influences on innovation outcomes.

https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030061876

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