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Author:Myungweon Choi , Hea Jun Yoon
Data Source:[J].The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2015, Vol.26 (20), pp.2632-2651Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Using a predictive research design with data collected at three different time points over a four-year period from 277 firms in South Korea, we investigated how and when investment in employee training leads to improved organizational outcomes. The results showed that employee co...
Author:Chang-Wook Jeung , Hea Jun Yoon , Myungweon Choi
Data Source:[J].Journal of Knowledge Management, 2017, Vol.21 (4), pp.946-960Emerald
Abstract:Purpose(#br)The purpose of this paper is to investigate the moderated mediation model in which the effect of perceived organizational support (POS) on knowledge sharing intention is mediated by levels of individual affective commitment to the organization, while the relation...
Author:Chang-Wook Jeung , Hea Jun Yoon , Myungweon Choi
Data Source:[J].Journal of Knowledge Management, 2017, Vol.21 (4), pp.946-960ProQuest
Abstract:Purpose;;The purpose of this paper is to investigate the moderated mediation model in which the effect of perceived organizational support (POS) on knowledge sharing intention is mediated by levels of individual affective commitment to the organization, while the relationship bet...
Author:Chang-Wook Jeung , Hea Jun Yoon
Data Source:[J].Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2016, Vol.31 (7), pp.1122-1136Emerald
Abstract:Purpose(#br)In line with emerging conceptualizations of humility in organizations, the purpose of this paper is to examine how leader humility and distance-based factors (i.e. power distance orientation (PDO) and hierarchical distance) interact to predict follower psychologi...
Author:Baek‐Kyoo (Brian) Joo , Chang‐Wook Jeung , Hea Jun Yoon
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Development Quarterly, 2010, Vol.21 (4), pp.353-371Wiley
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study investigates the effects of core self‐evaluations, job autonomy, and intrinsic motivation on employees' perceptions of their in‐role job performance, based on a cross‐sectional survey of 283 employees in a Fortune Global 100 company in Korea. The...
Author:Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo , Hea Jun Yoon , Chang-Wook Jeung
Data Source:[J].Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 2012, Vol.33 (6), pp.564-582Emerald
Abstract:Purpose(#br) – The purpose of this study is to examine the joint effects of employees’ core self-evaluations and perceived transformational leadership of their supervisors on employees’ affective commitment to the organization. (#br)Design/methodology/approach(#br) – Su...

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