Mehmet A. Orhan

Mehmet A. Orhan
EM Normandie Business School · HR & Organisation

PhD

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September 2017 - June 2019
Charles University in Prague
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
March 2017 - January 2022
University of Liverpool
Position
  • Faculty Member
Education
June 2014 - March 2016
Tilburg University
Field of study
  • Organizational Psychology

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Publications (33)
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The new standards of technological and flexible arrangements have made virtual work prevalent for almost everyone in all levels of an organization. Whether in a virtual or traditional setting, current working conditions allow anyone to collaborate, work and interact with others through electronic means of communication, thereby creating a lack of f...
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Increasingly more scholars are voicing concerns over fraudulent events and incidences of malpractice in academic research. Disappointingly, but unsurprisingly, research fraud is a consequence or even a rational response to fitting into a malfunctioning research environment that is fetishised globally. The current system creates a toxic ecosystem f...
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Customers may abuse the refund policies of online food delivery services. Given restrictions on returning online food orders and high levels of consumer power, customers who falsely claim an order was missing, damaged, or incorrect may receive both their original food order and a full refund. In an online study, we surveyed 197 food-delivery servic...
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In their timely piece, Rogelberg, King and Alonso (2022) eloquently elaborated the reasons why I-O science experiences difficulties in reaching the public and presented the tactics of how I-O psychologists could elevate scientific findings to the broader masses. Undoubtedly, there is a growing need for advancing the overall communication and repres...
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In response to the increasing prevalence of remote work during and after the pandemic, industrial–organizational psychologists postulated a diverse set of recommendations on key actions based on what we already know about remote work complexities that are well captured in the literature. However, as most recent recommendations were made under light...
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The prevalent use of digital labor platforms has transformed the nature of work globally. Such algorithm-based platforms have triggered many technological, legal, ethical, and human resource management challenges. Despite some benefits (i.e., flexibility), the precarious conditions and commodification of jobs are major concerns in these platform-ba...
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This initiative examined systematically the extent to which a large set of archival research findings generalizes across contexts. We repeated the key analyses for 29 original strategic management effects in the same context (direct reproduction) as well as in 52 novel time periods and geographies; 45% of the reproductions returned results matching...
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This initiative examined systematically the extent to which a large set of archival research findings generalizes across contexts. We repeated the key analyses for 29 original strategic management effects in the same context (direct reproduction) as well as in 52 novel time periods and geographies; 45% of the reproductions returned results matching...
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Management scholars are increasingly stressing the importance of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and its growing role in today's business world. Building on stakeholder theory and relationship marketing theoretical framework, this study focuses on the link between customers and CSR and the role of frontline employees in building customer rela...
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Assigned expatriates play a role in the innovations of multinational companies (MNCs). Yet, we still know little about how MNCs can help their expatriates towards being more innovative. In this study, we draw on conservation of resources theory to propose that perceived host country national (HCN) supervisor cultural intelligence (CQ), as a context...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has created a highly stressful environment in which reminders of death are constant. This context of permanent mortality salience is likely to arouse death anxiety in individuals around the world that they must manage. This study investigates the effects of death anxiety on the adoption of different coping strategies during th...
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La pandémie de la COVID-19 a créé un contexte de stress extrême que les individus ont dû apprendre à gérer, notamment durant le confinement. Cette situation inédite à l’échelle mondiale permet de mieux appréhender le concept de résilience, et de comprendre les stratégies de coping adoptées par les individus. Les résultats d’une étude menée auprès d...
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This paper presents a critical evaluation of recently published studies that attempted to remedy the remote work and virtual team complexities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In response to increasing prevalence of remote work, a diverse set of recommendations was made by summarizing what we know about remote work complexities and how we can comba...
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How can we maximize what is learned from a replication study? In the creative destruction approach to replication, the original hypothesis is compared not only to the null hypothesis, but also to predictions derived from multiple alternative theoretical accounts of the phenomenon. To this end, new populations and measures are included in the design...
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How can we maximize what is learned from a replication study? In the creative destruction approach to replication, the original hypothesis is compared not only to the null hypothesis, but also to predictions derived from multiple alternative theoretical accounts of the phenomenon. To this end, new populations and measures are included in the design...
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Workplace technology interruption and distraction are complex to analyze. In completing their daily tasks, employees receive a plethora of emails, text messages on their smartphones, and app notifications from both professional and personal counterparts. These parallel communications pose new managerial opportunities and workplace challenges. While...
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Managing geographically dispersed R&D teams remains a complex task. Contemporary leadership styles in global virtual teams is a pertinent-yet, unexplored-research topic, which can help achieve greater workplace effectiveness. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effects of self and shared leadership on the performance of virtual R&D teams. T...
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Experiences are getting increasingly common in digital platforms. Yet, there is a scant explanation of the impact of digital experiences on consumer behavior. The aim of this paper is to examine the quality of brand relations and brand experiences on satisfaction and loyalty of digital experiences in a new era of experience economy. A quantitative...
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Drawing on the concept of a gale of creative destruction in a capitalistic economy, we argue that initiatives to assess the robustness of findings in the organizational literature should aim to simultaneously test competing ideas operating in the same theoretical space. In other words, replication efforts should seek not just to support or question...
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Using the illustration of flying winemakers, this conceptual paper looks at international entrepreneurship and the microfoundations of dynamic capabilities to explore how nomad entrepreneurs manage dynamic capabilities in global contexts. We first identify the key features of nomad entrepreneurs and their relationship with their environment to conc...
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Purpose This study aims to investigate the effects of open innovation (OI) and big data analytics (BDA) on reflective knowledge exchange (RKE) within the context of complex collaborative networks. Specifically, it considers the relationships between sourcing knowledge from an external environment, transferring knowledge to an external environment a...
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Objective: The purpose of this study is to present a review of the scholarly literature development on virtual teams and to redefine the key characteristics and features of ‘team virtuality’ and ‘virtual teams’. Even though previous literature reviews enhanced the understanding of the implications brought about by virtual teams, this study differs...
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Since organizations have become more global, the structures in organizations have been transformed into more flexible units. With these changes, many new approaches have emerged in management practice. Among all others, virtuality in organizations received a growing attention in the last decade. Extensive amount of research confirmed the fact that...
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Virtuality in organizations has usually been treated as a characteristic that is observed either at a team or organizational level. However, the penetration of new technologies into our lives has transformed the entire design of organizations and teams. Not only has the design of teams and organizations changed, but the context and design of our jo...
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The motivation for this study was to investigate how workplace fairness can have an impact on shared service employees’ job satisfaction, organizational commitment, identification and turnover intention. Even though we read plenty of studies in organizational matters, none was specifically addressed the behavioral issues encountered by the employee...

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Consumer behavior during COVID Brand management Institutional approach
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Combining psychology research with applied ethics, we study the dark side of technology and its subversive and unethical use in various settings. By taking the dark side perspective to the focus, we run a series of empirical studies in educational, social, personality psychology and consumer behavior.
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These studies aim to improve the future of Industrial and Organizational Psychology and enhance the relevance and equity in research. With our studies, we address the problematic issues of current publication practices and research trends in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.