Nicola Cangialosi

Nicola Cangialosi
University of Florence | UNIFI · Dipartimento di Formazione, Lingue, Intercultura, Letterature e Psicologia FORLILPSI

PhD

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Introduction
Nicola Cangialosi is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Florence. He is an Industrial and Organizational psychologist (Ph.D.). His academic interests involve I/O Psychology, Management, Organizational Behavior and Psychometrics. He is currently working on different research projects concerning innovative work behaviors and informal learning.
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January 2022 - present
European School Of Economics
European School Of Economics
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  • Lecturer

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Publications (17)
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Purpose Employees turnover is considered a prevailing worldwide problem (Vasquez,2014). This study aims to test the impact of job resources on employees’ work engagement and turnover intentions of different ages, gender and organizational hierarchy. Design/methodology/approach This study used an online survey method using the job demands-resources...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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