Adalgisa Battistelli

Adalgisa Battistelli
University of Bordeaux · Psychology

PhD Work and Organizational Psychology

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March 2013 - March 2013
Université Libre de Bruxelles
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  • Professor
November 2010 - August 2013
Paul Valéry University, Montpellier 3
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The aim of this article was to investigate the conditions under which the dimensions of work-related wellbeing (i.e., serenity, social harmony, and involvement) can be beneficial for employee proactive behavior (PB). Based on theories of activation and theorization about the influence of wellbeing on performance, we proposed that the contribution o...
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Emotions are a core component of the learning process, which impact not only academic performance, but also the way we perceive our training, including the full remote training. The present study aims to investigate the mediating role played by positive and negative emotions in the relationship between the cognitive and the social presence of the e...
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This paper explores how proactive behavior and constructive deviance relate to affective organizational commitment and turnover intention through idea championing. Based on a two-wave study (N = 310), structural equation model analyses revealed that constructive deviance had an inhibitory effect and proactive behavior a facilitatory effect on idea...
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Purpose How to design jobs to support innovation is an issue that has received plenty of consideration over the past years. Building on the job characteristics model, the present study is set up to identify configurations of perceived job characteristics for innovation. Design/methodology/approach By adopting a fuzzy-set configurational approach (...
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This study investigates the mediating role of transactive memory system (TMS) in the relationship between perception of innovation value (VIN) and team innovation, as well as the moderating effect of age diversity for the TMS – team innovation relationship. The study of this moderated-mediation model concerning VIN, TMS, and team diversity as a con...
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Emerging technologies are shaping the world of work, thus creating an increasingly digital industry, also known as “Industry 4.0”. Thus, examining skill requirements becomes essential to facilitate organizational adaptation to this technological revolution. The aim of this study was to explore the perception of skill requirements of workers of a hi...
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Purpose This study aims to explore whether expected image outcomes (risk and gain) represent a mechanism through which perceived organizational climates, in the dimensions of tradition and reflexivity, affect key components of the innovation process (idea generation and idea realization). Design/methodology/approach Structural equation models have...
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Drawing from a social network perspective on innovation, this study aims to explore the relationship between advice network centrality, and innovative work behaviour by focusing on the mediating role of voice behaviour and the moderation of organizational tenure. Hypotheses were tested using a sample of 478 employees in an Italy‐based aerospace org...
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New technologies with unprecedented agentic capabilities (i.e., action selection, protocol development) are now introduced in organizations such as Big Data, 3D printing or artificial intelligence. Because they are endowed with novel capabilities that might compete with human agency, they might disrupt the way employees work. Based on the work desi...
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Based on proactivity literature, feedback seeking behavior is generally used throughout an individual’s career to enable better adaptation to the work environment. However, it has recently been shown that declining levels of feedback seeking behavior may result in decreased psychological attachment over time. This study aims to explore whether indi...
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Research has disregarded the processes and boundary conditions associated with the effects of job insecurity on innovative work behavior. Combining the job demands‐resources and the self‐determination perspectives, the present study develops and tests a first‐stage moderated mediation model that identifies intrinsic motivation as a key mechanism ac...
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Résumé Cet article concerne une recherche sur les antécédents et les conséquences de la proactivité au travail des cadres hospitaliers. Nous avons testé un modèle de médiation séquentielle-modérée où l’engagement au travail et la proactivité médiatisent la relation entre le climat de travail et l’innovation et avons analysé le rôle modérateur du fe...
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This article examines the factorial structure and nomological network of constructive deviant behavior, relying notably on Galperin (2012) scale. In a series of two studies, we investigate the construct internal structure and its relationships with theoretically related constructs to deepen our understanding of the nature of this construct. Data we...
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Résumé La 4e révolution industrielle et l’omniprésence des technologies ont largement modifié le contexte professionnel notamment l’apprentissage. Nous postulons l’émergence d’un environnement psycho-technologique qui se traduirait par davantage d’opportunités d’apprentissage et des technologies plus accessibles. À notre connaissance, aucune mesure...
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This study aims to explore the relationship between learning climate, in the dimensions of learning facilitation and error avoidance, learning potential of the workplace (task-related and interactional) and innovative work behavior. Survey data were collected from a sample of 374 employees and their supervisors from an automatic food distribution c...
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De nombreuses recherches ont mis en évidence l’aspect positif des comportements d’innovation au travail sur la performance et le bien-être (Janssen, Van de Vliert, & West, 2004 ; Niesen, De Witte, & Battistelli, 2014). En tenant compte du développement permanent de la technologie et de son extension à l’ensemble des sphères de vie des individus, no...
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The present study sought to translate and adapt the Learning Potential of the Workplace Scale (LPW) into the Italian language and assess its psychometric properties. A sample of 729 workers was recruited from 3 different organizations located in Italy. Three studies tested the psychometric validity of the Italian version. The first tested the LPW’s...
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Providing personal care to patients is a significant part of nursing activity, which entails an important emotional labor. According to recent results on emotional labor, our research aims to analyze the role of different emotional regulation strategies (i.e., amplification, suppression, cognitive change and attentional deployment) on self-efficacy...
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Résumé L’objectif de cette étude est de contribuer à comprendre le rôle des stratégies de régulation émotionnelle dans la relation entre la dissonance émotionnelle et le bien-être au travail. L’étude a été réalisée sur un échantillon de 559 personnels infirmiers de deux hôpitaux algériens. Les résultats indiquent que la dissonance émotionnelle a un...
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This study investigates the circumstances under which the task‐related learning potential of the workplace (T‐LPW) fosters employees' innovative work behavior (IWB) by testing the moderating role of job characteristics. A cross‐sectional design survey was conducted among 391 employees of an Italian vending enterprise, and multiple regression analys...
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La prise de parole est un comportement essentiel susceptible d’inhiber ou de générer des processus d’innovation et de changement organisationnel. À ce jour, peu d’échelles de mesure adaptées au contexte français et permettant d’analyser ce comportement existent. Cet article propose de traduire l’échelle de prise de parole en 4 facteurs de Maynes et...
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Deviance theory introduces a behavioural view on constructive and destructive deviance to explain how an individual’s intent can harm or improve organisational well-being. However, to our knowledge, no scale exists that evaluates the personal orientation aspect of deviance and normativity. This article discusses the creation of the Norm and Devianc...
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The present study examines a model linking perceived information sharing as a Human Resource Management practice to employee innovative work behavior, using survey data collected from 756 employees of a military organization. Work‐based learning, challenging tasks, and organizational commitment were used as factors that could account for the relati...
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Research investigating the relationship between organizational affective commitment and employee innovation has yielded scarce and inconsistent findings. This study examined the role of participative leadership in a team as a boundary condition of the effectiveness of organizational affective commitment predicting employee innovation. Data were col...
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Aim To elucidate how workgroup commitment and motivation jointly influence nurses’ proactive behaviour. Background The need to offer effective patient care has encouraged healthcare organizations to promote proactive behaviours among nurses. Longitudinal relationships among motivation, commitment, and nurses’ proactivity remain unexplored. Method...
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Research investigating the relationship between organizational affective commitment and employee innovation has yielded scarce and inconsistent findings. This study examined the role of participative leadership in a team as a boundary condition of the effectiveness of organizational affective commitment predicting employee innovation. Data were col...
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Introduction: Our aim was to improve understanding of nursing students’ perceptions about caring for the patient. In particular, we aim to highlight expectations and possible difficulties in providing care in students who are at the end of their studies and are approaching clinical work. Partecipants: We collected data from 72 students of a Nursing...
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49 free copies available at: https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/BRXdWJp7vM2wuVWAGp9H/full This paper presents a comparative study in terms of two ethical climate dimensions and affective organizational commitment. The employees of a confederation of social enterprises and a socially sustainable firm participated in the study. The multi-group explo...
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This study investigates how quantitative and qualitative job insecurity relate to idea generation, a dimension of innovative work behaviour. We hypothesise that both types of job insecurity relate negatively to this type of innovative behaviour, and expect a stronger association between quantitative job insecurity and idea generation. Moreover, we...
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Cette étude porte sur l'analyse des propriétés psychométriques et l'adaptation d'une échelle de mesure à une population française évaluant la déviance constructive. Les données ont été recueillies auprès de 350 travailleurs français de différents milieux professionnels. Les résultats obtenus corroborent partiellement ceux de la version originale de...
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Innovation is considered to be of crucial importance for organisational survival and growth, and in this respect employees play a leading role, as they are the ones who develop innovative ideas. At the same time, the struggle for organisational survival and growth gives rise to perceptions of job insecurity. To date, few studies have explored how e...
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Entrepreneurship is crucial for promoting innovation, creating employment opportunities and generating social and economic wealth in a country’s economy. In order to increase entrepreneurial activity, it is important to investigate entrepreneurial behavior by analyzing the process of businesses creation and the set of factors that favor the develop...
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Self-determination theory introduces a multidimensional view of motivation and explains how the different types of motivation can be promoted or hindered. Following Gagné et al. (2014), the purpose of this study was to create an abbreviated version of the Multidimensional Work Motivation Scale (MWMS) and to study the psychometric properties of the...
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Nurses have a constant emotional involvement with patients and relatives. This emotional labor has found to have ambiguos correlations with nurses' well-being. We aim to underscore that handling emotions with patients is not negative neither positive. The focus of this work is on how nurses manage with emotional involvement with patients. Empathy a...
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Objectives: Meta-analyses and research have highlighted the importance of employees' participation in workplace safety. Methods: The present research designs an original model of proactive safety orientation which considers existing constructs of proactivity, adapted to organizational safety issues in the workplace. Qualitative data was obtained...
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La culture organisationnelle est considérée comme un attribut qui caractérise l’entreprise et comme un cadre de lecture permettant de donner sens aux phénomènes organisationnels. Différents modèles théoriques se confrontent donnant lieu à un panorama des contributions contemporaines.
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This paper reports a cross-country study on the ideological aspects of the psychological contract. The study was conducted among Colombian (N = 335) and Italian (N = 327) employees working in social enterprises. The aim of the study was threefold: first, we wanted to establish the relevance of ideological contracts among social enterprises, which a...
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Introduction: The ability of nurses to hold competing emotions is at the heart of a number of recent studies. Empathy is an emotional resource in nurse-patient interactions and promotes positive experiences at work. On the contrary, emotional dissonance resulting from nurse/patient interactions is usually considered to lead to negative outcomes, su...
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Socially oriented ventures have provided livelihoods and social recognition to disadvantaged communities in different corners of the world. In some cases, these ventures are the result of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs. In Latin America, this type of undertaking has responded positively to unmet social needs. The social cause drives...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to propose and test a theoretical model linking individual perceptions of participative leadership style and managerial practices (i.e. teamwork and information sharing) to individual innovative behavior through the mediating mechanisms of: perceptions of team support for innovation and team vision; and psycho...
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Self-determination theory introduces a multidimensional view of motivation and explains how the different types of motivation can be promoted or hindered. Following Gagné et al. (2014), the purpose of this study was to create an abbreviated version of the Multidimensional Work Motivation Scale (MWMS) and to study the psychometric properties of the...
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Building on goal-regulation theory, we develop and test the hypothesis that proactive goal generation fosters individual innovative work behavior. Consistent with a resource-based perspective, we further examine two-three-way interactions to assess whether the link between proactive goal generation and innovative behavior is jointly moderated by or...
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This study examined the contributions of perceived organisational support (POS) and organisational commitment (i.e. affective, continuance and normative) to self-competence among nurses. In high-POS environments, workers benefit from socio-emotional resources to improve their skills, while positive forms of commitment (e.g. affective commitment) cr...
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La compétition des entreprises sur le marché dépend de la motivation et des actions prises par les individus et les équipes de travail à l’égard des tâches qu’ils sont appelés à accomplir tous les jours. Le management des entreprises du monde entier exhorte les travailleurs à adopter un comportement proactif et à innover, afin qu’ils soient à même...
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Introduzione. L'intenzione di turnover nei primi anni di professione infermieristica è un fenomeno rilevante che determina instabilità organizzativa e genera costi tangibili e intangibili per le organizzazioni sanitarie: costi di selezione e reclutamento, impegno dei team nell’inserimento del neo-assunto e possibilità di garantire stabilità nel rep...
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This paper presents a study on the intentions to quit of employees working in Colombian cooperatives. These enterprises were created to include woman affected by political violence into the labor market. According to some scholars, cooperative enterprises driven by a fundamental social mission face retention and recruitment problems. 332 workers pa...
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Sur la base de la théorie de l’auto-détermination, le but de cette étude est de proposer la validation de deux instruments différents pour l’évaluation du comportement d’exercice : le BREQ de Mullan et a. (1997), qui mesure les formes externe, introjectée, identifiée, et intrinsèque de la régulation, et le MPAM-R de Ryan et al. (1997), qui évalue c...
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In the first years of nursing profession, new-graduate nurses' turnover intention is a relevant issue due to both the tangible and intangible costs it generates to health care organizations, such as selection and recruitment costs, ward team burden in the onboarding process and the possibility to enhance ward team stability in order to provide an e...
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Purpose Building on goal-regulation theory, we examine a) whether the regulatory elements of proactive goal generation, namely envisioning and planning, can sequentially stimulate individual innovative work behaviour, with planning acting as a mediator in the envisioning–innovation relationship and b) whether the link between envisioning and planni...
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This study examines multilevel relationships between perceived organizational support (POS), affective commitment and voluntary turnover among nurses. We explored the mediation role of affective commitment between POS and turnover behavior at both individual and work-unit levels. This cross-level study involved 945 Italian nurses from 60 work units...
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This study examines the extent to which proactive goal generation is a self-regulatory mechanism that explains how individual and contextual factors influence employee innovative work behaviour. Specifically, it is proposed that learning goal orientation (LGO), psychological climate for innovation, and task variety positively and indirectly influen...
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Despite being regarded as a critical psychological process influencing the effectiveness of change initiatives, concerns about change have not received empirical attention in the organizational change literature. The present study addresses this issue by examining the relationships among employees’ concerns about change (conceptualized as including...
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Research on innovative work behavior (IWB) is often limited to the elements that motivate employees to be more innovative, while most studies on job insecurity focus on the negative effects of this phenomenon. This chapter addresses this issue by constructing a theory-driven model. It examines both social exchange theory and threat rigidity theory...
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The aim of this study was to determine which organisational socialisation contents affect turnover intention in newcomer nurses within their first 2 years of employment. Strategies to decrease turnover are a priority for improving organisational stability, reducing costs and enhancing effective nursing care. A cross-sectional design was employed, a...
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To analyse nursing turnover intention from the unit by using multilevel approach, examining at the individual level, the relationships between job characteristics, job satisfaction and turnover intention, and at the group level the role of leader-member exchange. Research on nursing turnover has given little attention to the effects of multilevel f...
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This paper presents a study on the intentions to quit of employees working in Colombian cooperatives. These enterprises were created to include woman affected by political violence into the labor market. According to some scholars, cooperative enterprises driven by a fundamental social mission face retention and recruitment problems. 332 workers pa...
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Emotional dissonance resulting from nurse/patient interactions is usually considered to lead to negative outcomes, such as job dissatisfaction (Yang & Chang, 2008). Although there does exist some general support and acceptance of the positive link between emotional dissonance and job dissatisfaction, there are some inconsistencies in these findings...
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Empathy, a complex and multidimensional concept, has been defined in many ways within the context of nursing. Although there is general support that nurses’ empathic attitude is important for patient’s adherence to treatment and care satisfaction, there are still some inconsistencies in the link between empathy and nurses’ well-being. The general a...
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This research note presents an empirical study conducted in a number of social cooperatives (SCoops). Democratic governance has been identified as a defining aspect of this kind of social enterprise. Using the work and organizational psychology approach, the authors studied the effects of democratic governance and supervisor support on workers’ eng...
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Turnover represents a problematic phenomenon due to both staff management and costs related to the quality of care. Turnover is quite studied in other Countries, but it is still little studied in Italy. The aim of this study was to analyzing psychosocial factors related to intention to leave the hospital, by using theoretical models from literature...
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Drawing on social exchange and self-determination theories, we tested a model in which self-determined motivation acts as a mediating factor in the relationship of organizational characteristics (perceived organizational support) and work attitudes (affective commitment) to organizational citizenship behaviors (OCBs). A total of 590 nurses from two...