Artemis Chang

Artemis Chang
Queensland University of Technology | QUT · School of Management

Organizational Psychology

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January 2000 - present
Queensland University of Technology
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  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (73)
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This study proposes gaining a new understanding of group development by considering the integrative and the punctuated equilibrium models of group development as complementary rather than competing. We hypothesized that we would observe both punctuated equilibrium and linear progression in content-analyzed data from 25 simulated project teams, albe...
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This study reviewed methodological choices (sampling frames, constructs investigated and measures used) in 245 empirical work-life balance papers published in a range of discipline-based peer-reviewed journals between 1987 and 2006. Results show that work-life balance studies need to establish greater consistency between the conceptualization of co...
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This article proposes a theoretical model and measurement scale for leading a learning project team. While leadership is largely recognized as one of the most important mechanisms for transferring learning from individuals to projects, there lacks a succinct measurement scale for project members to report on project leaders’ behaviors that promote...
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China's “Belt and Road” Initiative (BRI) has been regarded as an important measure of all-round opening-up in the new era. However, in practice, the level of internationalization differs significantly across firms located in different Chinese provinces. Provisional policy responses to the BRI create varied conditions for internationalization, yet r...
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Recent literature in project management has urged a re-conceptualisation of projects as a value co-creation process. Contrary to the traditional output-focused project methodology, the value creation perspective argues for the importance of creating new knowledge, processes, and systems for suppliers and customers. Stakeholder involvement is import...
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The resources sector is increasingly being called upon to show greater commitment to resolving environmental and social problems prevalent in the regions where they operate. Appeals for greater responsibility, accountability and transparency are getting louder. Consequently, enterprises' responses to these demands have been the subject of discussio...
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For many digital ventures, acquiring financial resources in multiple rounds beyond seed funding to grow has become an important part of their entrepreneurial journey. The success rate of raising equity capital beyond their seed investments is, however, very low. Existing entrepreneurship studies on financial resource acquisition have explored separ...
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Purpose – Work-life programs research has been conducted at the individual and organizational levels, yet one important question remains unanswered: Do work-life programs improve organizational outcomes? Design/methodology/approach – This paper presents a systematic literature review of the impact of work-life programs (bundles vs. separate progra...
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Project learning is a function of individuals’ internal cognitive processes, interpretation and integration of learning at the team and project level, and the organization's ability to institutionalize learning into practices. However, understanding of how learning unfolds between these levels remains limited. Using a single in-depth case study, th...
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Purpose – Empirical findings on the link between work–life programs and organisational performance have been inconsistent, demanding further investigation of contextual factors. Design/methodology/approach – This study uses social exchange theory, strategic human resource management theory and stakeholder theory to examine the relationship between...
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Organisations are increasingly using work-life programs to strategically manage their workforce in the competitive labour market. Extant research has investigated various outcomes of work-life programs but has had a lack of focus on organisational financial performance and context. Drawing on strategic human resource management theory, this study p...
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Project-based organisations (PBOs), such as NASA and defence departments, are notorious for having failed projects (Shenhar, 1993; Sauser et al., 2009). Projects can fail in terms of budget, scope and, or time due to the inability to respond to the emergence of new circumstances in the project environment, which has been attributed to ineffective k...
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The organizational learning literature recognizes that learning is a multilevel phenomenon that occurs between the individual, team and organizational levels. Existing literature has begun to identify linking mechanisms between these levels, but the research explaining how these mechanisms operate remains scarce. There is a limited understanding of...
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Purpose – Social ventures are unique and important for society; yet, we know very little about their business models. The purpose of this paper is to: re-conceptualize extant business model frameworks so that they can analyze social ventures; identify the key characteristics of social ventures; and identify the typology of effective social venture...
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What are the appropriate business model designs for social ventures? To develop business model designs, many have attempted to use existing business model design frameworks; unfortunately, existing design frameworks may be insufficient to analyze social ventures due to their fundamental assumptions on competitive advantage and profit maximization....
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The number of complex projects is increasing across many sectors and the associated challenges are substantial. Using a field study we aim to understand how project managers' emotional intelligence (EI) contributes to project success. We propose and test a model linking EI to project success and examine the mediating effects of project managers' jo...
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Innovation enables organisations to endure by responding to emergence and to improve efficiency. Innovation in a complex organisation can be difficult due to complexities contributing to slow decision-making. Complex projects fail due to an inability to respond to emergence which consumes finances and impacts on resources and organisational success...
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The rapid increase in migration into host countries and the growth of immigrant-owned business enterprises has revitalized research on ethnic business. Does micro (individual)-level social capital, or meso (group)-level location within the ethnic enclave lead to immigrant business growth? Or do you need both? We analyze quantitative data collected...
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Social enterprise is important. Yet, there has been diverse understanding of the phenomenon in the literature. This paper attempts to make sense of the social enterprise phenomenon in the literature from a two-layer framework of two-by-two matrices. The first layer juxtaposes social enterprise against other organizations (a typology of organization...
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This study examines the process by which newly recruited nuclear engineering and technical staff came to understand, define, think, feel and behave within a distinct group that has a direct contribution to the organization׳s overall emphasis on a culture of reliability and system safety. In the field of organizational behavior the interactive model...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to critically review the extant guanxi literature to identify the major inconsistencies in the way guanxi is currently conceptualized. The authors develop a conceptualization of guanxi which views guanxi as a complex adaptive system. Design/methodology/approach – Electronic databases were queried for the keyw...
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In this paper we develop and test a model of the associations between major project managers' personal attributes and project success in the context of the Australian Defence industry. In our model, emotional intelligence, cognitive flexibility and systemic thinking were hypothesised to relate to project success, mediated by internal and external s...
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Family businesses represent the majority of firms and play a major economic role worldwide. This study investigates escalation of intra-familial conflicts in family top management teams. Using a Critical Incident Technique approach, this study uses interviews to collect data from 23 family and non-family individuals and groups within six large-scal...
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This study examined the effects of role demand on both work-family conflict and family-work conflict, and the moderating effects of role salience and support on these relationships. Based on 391 dual-career (managerial and blue-collar employees) couples from a Taiwanese company in China, the results of this survey study showed clear gender differen...
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Recently, a stream of project management research has recognized the critical role of boundary objects in the organization of projects. In this paper, we investigate how one advanced scheduling tool, the Integrated Master Schedule (IMS), is used as a temporal boundary object at various stages of complex projects. The IMS is critical to megaprojects...
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Adopting a model of job enrichment we report on a longitudinal case investigating the perceived impact of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system on user job design characteristics. Our results indicated that in the context of an ERP geared towards centralisation and standardisation the extent to which users perceived an increase or decrease i...
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Employees' inability to balance work and non-work related responsibilities have resulted in an increase in stress related illnesses. Historically, research into the relationship between work and non-work has primarily focused on work/family conflict, predominately investigating the impact of this conflict on parents, usually mothers. To date resear...
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An employee's inability to balance work and non-work related responsibilities has resulted in an increase in stress related illnesses. Historically, research into the relationship between work and non-work has primarily focused on work/family conflict, predominately investigating the impact of this conflict on parents, usually mothers. To date rese...
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This article examined the relationship between time structure and Macan's process model of time management. This study proposed that time structure—‘appraisal of effective time usage’—would be a more parsimonious mediator than perceived control over time in the relationship between time management behaviours and outcome variables, such as job satis...
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The Katz and Kahn (1978)26. Katz , R. and Kahn , D. 1978. The social psychology of organisations, 2nd, Toronto, , Canada: John Wiley & Sons. View all references motivational framework is an open system management theory that underscores the importance of self-regulation while stressing the significance of using continuous feedback to adapt in a r...
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This paper presents a new integrated framework that integrates the resource-based view and transaction cost economics to explain the phenomenon of immigrant entrepreneurship. We extend the existing literature on immigrant entrepreneurship by identifying different types of ethnic network resources and demonstrating how these resources interact with...
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This study was aimed at examining the safety climate and relational conflict within teams at the individual level. A sample of 372 respondents, divided into 50 teams, was used to test our hypothesis. It was proposed - and discovered - that team members' individual differences in need for closure mitigated the negative relationship between perceptio...
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This study examines the safety climate for innovation within teams at the individual level. A sample of 165 respondents in 25 R&D teams was used to test our hypothesis. We proposed and found that team members’ individual differences in need for closure mitigated the negative relationship between perceptions of team safety climate and team relationa...
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This article presents a three-dimensional definition space of the group development literature that differentiates group development models on three dimensions: content, population, and path dependency. The multidimensional conceptualization structures and integrates the vast group development literature, enabling direct comparison of competing the...
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Traditionally, organisations use benchmarking to evaluate their employee opinion survey data. This approach is useful for identifying strengths and weaknesses in organisational performance, but it does not tell us how to bring about improvements on those indicators. Although linkage research (whereby survey data are linked with other organisational...
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This study integrated the research streams of computer-mediated communication (CMC) and group conflict by comparing the expression of different types of conflict in CMC groups and face-to face (FTF) groups over time. The main aim of the study was to compare the cues-filtered-out approach against the social information processing theory A laboratory...
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This study (a) examined the multidimensionality of both group cohesion and group performance, (b) investigated the relationship between group-level task and social cohesion and group effectiveness, and (c) examined the longitudinal changes in cohesion and performance and the direction of effect between cohesion and performance. First, the authors h...
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There is a dearth of research focusing on developmental changes in computer-mediated communication groups. In this study, developmental patterns in 14 informal groups on computer-mediated networks were analyzed using the Group Development Observation System. Results indicated marked similarity between the patterns found with the CMC groups in this...
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Immigrant entrepreneurs tend to start business within their ethnic enclave, as it is an integral part of their social and cultural context and the location where ethnic resources reside. Wu and Choi (2004) observe that Chinese immigrant entrepreneurs organize economic activities based on trust embedded in social networks. Tilly (1990) explains that...
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We propose that two forms of "a hard life" will have divergent effects on creativity. The first, workplace distress, is hypothesised to be negatively related to creativity; however the second, work demands, is hypothesised to be positively related. Two studies were conducted: The first was a cross-sectional study of 1180 hospital employees in the U...
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This study reviewed sampling choices in 245 empirical work-life balance papers published in a range of discipline-based peer-reviewed journals between 1987 and 2006. Results showed that sampling choice in much previous literature is somewhat constrained, with a disproportionate emphasis on married, co-habiting and heterosexual parents, professional...
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A common complaint heard within the engineering asset community is that while the capacity for data storage increases, the quality of ever increasing amounts of data remains poor. We propose a new model of engineering asset data management that helps explain why data collected by organizations frequently fails to assist in effective engineering ass...
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In this paper we adopt a capability maturity management (CMM) approach to the issue of data management and utilisation. Applying a CCM approach in conjunction with a newly developed engineering data typology allows engineering managers and practitioners a framework to assess the maturity of their data management processes and the extent to which th...

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A program of research related to work and life balance
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We look at the evolution of ethnic clusters and how it impact on immigrant entrepreneur's decisions and firm performance.
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A program of research to establish a new theoretical framework and corresponding measurement instrument for learning focused project leadership.