Pawel Korzynski

Pawel Korzynski
Kozminski University · Management

PhD

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Introduction
researcher and practitioner specializing in the role of online social networking platforms in leadership, human resources management and career management
Additional affiliations
August 2013 - present
Kozminski University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Courses: - Leadership - Influencing people through online networking platforms
August 2012 - present
Harvard University
Position
  • Visiting Fellow
Description
  • Research projects on the role of social media in human resources management and career management

Publications

Publications (27)
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Purpose The main purpose of this paper is to test the relationship between leadership competencies and effectiveness, with constraints as a mediating variable, and to introduce the main assumptions of the Bounded Leadership Model (BLM). Design/methodology/approach The total sample included 242 leaders in a top managerial position. Data were collec...
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Crowdfunding entrepreneurs increasingly use videos to present their venture and themselves to potential investors. To do this effectively, they consciously or unconsciously use several impression management techniques. Based on human and automated (AI-based analysis) of technology-related videos, we determine which impression management techniques...
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The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of social media (SM) in supporting international research. The study is based on a sample of 797 scholars who published their papers in the Financial Times Top 45 management journals in the years 2013–2015. Data were collected through observations conducted mainly on SM and university sites and analy...
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Purpose The authors investigated how personality traits are associated with workplace technostress (perception of stressors related to the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs). Design/methodology/approach The authors collected 95 self-rated and 336 observer-rated questionnaires using the personality audit and a shortened versio...
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Universities are evaluated more often basing on the citation scores of their employees, schools translate this pressure onto the scholars. The purpose of this paper is twofold: to identify whether how the use of social networking sites (SNS) may enhance the impact of the research and thus contribute to the academic success in terms of citations; an...
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Contrary to the previous leadership theories, which focus on specific and narrow aspects of leadership such as employee characteristics, leader's authenticity, or boundary spanning, the bounded leadership theory is a broad and complex concept. It takes simultaneously many constraints, which are related to activities on an individual, team, organiza...
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In a similar way as consumers use social media to spread word-of-mouth about brands and firms, employees perform similar activities when posting company-related content on social media. Such posts can be of significant importance for future employees who use them as supposedly unbiased information of firm attractiveness. Hence better understanding...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate the ways in which social media content via social contagion may affect the job behaviors of employed individuals. Specifically, by integrating the unfolding model of voluntary turnover and social comparison theory, this paper explores whether receiving an update about a peer’s career advancement o...
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the use of social media can facilitate employee creativity. Departing from theories on social capital and knowledge management, this study examines the relationship among individual characteristics, the use of social technologies, and employee creativity. The main hypothesis of the study is that onlin...
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Objective: To investigate how higher education institutions (HEIs) in Poland take advantage of social media marketing activities. In particular, the work considers managerial and promotional implications of social media usage along with the barriers to implementing such activities in HEIs in Poland. Research Design & Methods: The empirical research...
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Purpose: The aim of this paper is to present the results of a survey conducted among managers (N=38) in the framework of the project “Development of the Bounded Leadership Theory”. The research juxtaposes two types of variables: (1) leadership competencies outlined in Kozminski’s theory (i.e. anticipatory, visionary, value-creating, mobilizing, sel...
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Social media is embedded in today's internationalization strategy. Companies extend their reach into foreign countries by posting and tweeting. Firms also enhance their mobile capabilities in foreign markets (e.g., knowledge and reputation) through user-generated content in online social networks. Levering on the capabilities-based theory of the mu...
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Sports performance is not the unique ingredient of a sports star’s market value. Some gifted players are undermined by weak media exposure while some less talented players who actively engage in social media and attract fans in millions benefit from exorbitant contracts. This research conceptualizes the effect of social media in the sports business...
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Personality trait research with self and observer ratings has been previously applied in psychology, however, in the HRM field, most studies on personality features have been limited to self-assessment data. We investigate how personality is associated with the stress related to the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) which has...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is twofold: to examine the role of online networks in employee engagement and to analyze the factors influencing leaders’ involvement in online social networking. Design/methodology/approach – The study’s participants included team leaders, managers and directors working in Fortune 500 companies in the USA. Data...
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Purpose: The main purpose of this study is to present leadership limitations that infl uence leadership effectiveness and examine if it is possible to overcome these limitations. Methodology: The study presents the results of literature analyses and the fi ndings of the recent research studies on leadership. It also refers to literature items that...
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This study examined the impact of professional on-line social networking (OSN) platforms on the process of getting a job. Based on an international sample of experienced professionals working in different-sized organizations (including Fortune 500 companies) the number of job offers received on a professional OSN platform was not associated with th...
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Effective organizational leadership and human resource management depend upon efficient communication. However, online social networking is revolutionizing the way this occurs. Contrary to traditional forms of media where communication flows in a linear manner, online social networking (OSN) platforms enable individuals to interact with each other,...
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Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of online social networks in experiencing a change in working environment of today's leaders. Design/methodology/approach - The study's participants were managers, directors and CEOs working in different organizations (including Fortune 500 companies) in the USA, the UK, Germany, France, Ru...
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Social context has always played an important role in employee motivation. Currently, organizations are experiencing technological change in working environment where online networking tools enable to share knowledge, develop ideas, solve problems, and manage a variety of projects. More often than not, individuals use internal and external online n...
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Online social networking is more and more important in leading people and leading oneself Online platforms provide a low-cost, highly accessible way of communication, which enable leaders to build personal brand, maintain relationship with people within and outside leaders company as well as support task performing through online discussion, sharin...

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