geert van hootegem
geert van hootegem
Professor Sociology of Work & Organisation, KULeuven
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Teamworking and organizational performance: a review of survey‐based research
A Delarue, G Van Hootegem, S Procter, M Burridge
International Journal of Management Reviews 10 (2), 127-148, 2008
On the relation of job insecurity, job autonomy, innovative work behaviour and the mediating effect of work engagement
S De Spiegelaere, G Van Gyes, H De Witte, W Niesen, G Van Hootegem
Creativity and innovation management 23 (3), 318-330, 2014
Temporary employment and employability: Training opportunities and efforts of temporary and permanent employees in Belgium
A Forrier, L Sels
Work, employment and society 17 (4), 641-666, 2003
Job design and innovative work behavior: One size does not fit all types of employees
S De Spiegelaere, G Van Gyes, GV Hootegem
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI) 8 (4), 5-20, 2012
Advancing a sociotechnical systems approach to workplace safety–developing the conceptual framework
P Carayon, P Hancock, N Leveson, I Noy, L Sznelwar, G Van Hootegem
Ergonomics 58 (4), 548-564, 2015
Teams and their context: moving the team discussion beyond existing dichotomies
J Benders, G Van Hootegem
Journal of Management Studies 36 (5), 609-628, 1999
Not all autonomy is the same. Different dimensions of job autonomy and their relation to work engagement & innovative work behavior
S De Spiegelaere, G Van Gyes, G Van Hootegem
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries 26 (4 …, 2016
Team responsibility structure and team performance
H Doorewaard, G Van Hootegem, R Huys
Personnel review, 2002
Job design, work engagement and innovative work behavior: A multi-level study on Karasek's learning hypothesis
S De Spiegelaere, G Van Gyes, H De Witte, G Van Hootegem
management revue, 123-137, 2015
Reconsidering the definition of a spatial data infrastructure
PHJ Hendriks, E Dessers, G Van Hootegem
International journal of geographical information science 26 (8), 1479-1494, 2012
Seeking the balance between flexibility and security: a rising issue in the low countries
L Sels, G Van Hootegem
Work, Employment and Society 15 (2), 327-352, 2001
Toward a dynamic description of the attributes of organizational change
G Maes, G Van Hootegem
Research in organizational change and development, 2011
How the Japanese got teams
J Benders, G Van Hootegem
2nd International Workshop on Teamworking, Date: 1998/09/01, Location: UNIS …, 2000
Worker agency and trade union renewal: the case of Poland
A Mrozowicki, V Pulignano, G Van Hootegem
Work, Employment and Society 24 (2), 221-240, 2010
Anders organiseren & beter werken: Handboek sociale innovatie en verandermanagement
G Van Hootegem, P van Amelsvoort, G Van Beek, R Huys
Acco; Leuven, 2008
Labour flexibility and innovation, complementary or concurrent strategies? A review of the literature
S De Spiegelaere, G Van Gyes, G Van Hootegem
Economic and Industrial Democracy 35 (4), 653-666, 2014
Job design and innovative work behavior: enabling innovation through active or low-strain jobs?
S De Spiegelaere, G Van Gyes, S Vandekerckhove, GV Hootegem
Available at SSRN 2158618, 2012
Unionism and workers' strategies in capitalist transformation: the Polish case reconsidered
A Mrozowicki, G Van Hootegem
European Journal of Industrial Relations 14 (2), 197-216, 2008
Teamworking: looking back and looking forward
G Van Hootegem, J Benders, A Delarue, S Procter
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 16 (2), 167-173, 2005
De draaglijke traagheid van het management: Tendensen in het productie-en personeelsbeleid
G Van Hootegem
Acco; Leuven/Amersfoort, 2000
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