Krista N. Engemann

Krista N. Engemann
University of North Carolina at Charlotte | UNC Charlotte · Organizational Science

PhD (Cand.) of Organizational Science

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Book
"Organizational Risk Management: Managing for Uncertainty and Ambiguity" is the third volume in the De Gruyter series, "Developments in Managing and Exploiting Risk." This volume serves to extend the discussion of risk established by the rest of this book series toward the roles of uncertainty and ambiguity in organizations, oftentimes challenging...
Chapter
Safety and reliability, while critical operational outcomes, are challenging to adequately envision and manage. Stock car racing is a setting where safety and reliability are unwaveringly important to the viability of the sport. Yet the high risk operations embedded within the sport often complicate how one evaluates safe and reliable performance,...
Article
Workplace safety is a concern for both scholars and practitioners because of the potential for substantial loss of organizational resources. Trending away from a hierarchical perspective of organizations, this paper emphasizes the mindful management of safety and reliability in uncertain organizational environments and posits a theoretical framewor...
Presentation
Citing a varied literature domain that has consequently prompted some conceptual ambiguity, we review theory which supports organizing for reliable outcomes and then juxtapose this against knowledge-based concepts with respect to the group. We then establish a framework for defining and further studying high reliability organizations.
Chapter
Organizational knowledge is difficult to define, problematic to access, and difficult to manage. Not only is there limited consensus with respect to its definition and operationalization, but the methodology associated with empirically assessing this topic area is only just emerging from nascence. It is nonetheless presumed that knowledge-based res...
Article
We explore safety climate, risk attitude, and risk decisions through a new framework - the risk attitude chain. We discuss intersubjective processes as a foundation of behaviors and attitudes. Given these intersubjective processes, we relate how a decision model may incorporate attitudinal measures to evaluate risk strategies.
Conference Paper
We review extant strategic human resource management conceptualizations as they pertain to the ‘black box,’ a complex causal chain between human resource management activities. We present alternative approaches with which to assess phenomena central to this literature and argue that human resource management may be more of a platform to provide sha...
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Charismatic leadership is a critical construct that draws much attention from both academic and practitioner literatures. Despite the positive attention received by the charisma construct, some have criticized its conceptualization and measurement. These critiques have, in turn, cast doubt on what we know regarding the antecedents and outcomes of c...
Conference Paper
This paper presents a potentially testable context of inquiry that will inform the conceptualization of human capital resources and how these resources are transformed to influence performance outcomes. Specifically, this work is receptive to the face-to-face and virtual collaborative environments that facilitate learning through retrospection and...
Conference Paper
We review extant dynamic capability (DC) conceptualizations and empirical manifestations as well as extant knowledge-related conceptualizations – as they pertain to the dynamic capability view presented – and their empirical manifestations. We suggest that an avenue for richer theoretical and empirical development of the DC construct may likely com...
Article
Commercial airports are powerful economic engines, generating jobs and substantial funds for regional, national, and global economies. The 2012 GdF strike action at Frankfurt International Airport represents a crisis scenario that not only threatened to disrupt the overall operations of the transport company, Fraport AG, but also global commerce an...

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