2015 Eastern Academy of Management Proceedings: Organization Behavior and Theory Track
The purpose of this paper is to explore the connections between employee engagement, positive organizational psychology and an individual’s ability to adapt to ongoing organizational change. We review the literature on individual adaptability, positive organizational psychology, and employee engagement and propose a model that suggests that a positive work culture enhances employee engagement and in specific cases leads to increased adaptability. Suggestions for future research are provided with the intent to further the academic research in this area.
Parent, J. D.,
Lovelace, K. J.
(2015). The Impact of Employee Engagement and a Positive Organizational Culture on an Individual’s Ability to Adapt to Organization Change. 2015 Eastern Academy of Management Proceedings: Organization Behavior and Theory Track, 1-20.
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