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Inner work life : understanding the subtext of business performance by Teresa M. Amabile and Steven J. Kramer

By: Amabile, Teresa M.
Contributor(s): Kramer, Steven J.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: , USA 2007Description: 72-83.Subject(s): HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT | EMPLOYEES | MANAGEMENT | PSYCHOLOGY | HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENTOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Talks about the inner work life of employees. Notes that people experience a constant stream of emotions, perceptions and motivations as they react to and make sense of events of the work-day. Provides the first comprehensive look at what employees are thinking and feeling as they go about their work. Examines the managerial question of how these dynamics affect work performance by requiring 238 professionals to complete daily diary entries for the duration of a project and using these to assess their inner work lives.
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Talks about the inner work life of employees. Notes that people experience a constant stream of emotions, perceptions and motivations as they react to and make sense of events of the work-day. Provides the first comprehensive look at what employees are thinking and feeling as they go about their work. Examines the managerial question of how these dynamics affect work performance by requiring 238 professionals to complete daily diary entries for the duration of a project and using these to assess their inner work lives.

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