Research Topic

New Forms of Digital Leadership

As virtual teamwork becomes more frequent, team exclusion, reduced feelings of ‘belonging’, and knowledge sharing are all challenges which need to be faced. Our research focuses on giving leaders hands-on advice on how to lead a fair virtual team.

Description

Will follow shortly.

 

Sub-Topics and Findings

Will follow shortly.

 

Activities and Career Paths

Fill follow shortly.

 

Collaborating Institutions

University of Ljublijana, Erasmus University Rotterdam

 

Key Publications

Wong, S. I. (2017). Influencing upward: subordinates’ responses to leaders’(un) awareness of their empowerment expectations. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-31. Journal link

Wong, S. I., & Berntzen, M. N. (2019). Transformational leadership and leader–member exchange in distributed teams: The roles of electronic dependence and team task interdependence. Computers in Human Behavior, 92, 381-392. Journal link

Wong, S. I., & Kuvaas, B. (2018). The empowerment expectation–perception gap: An examination of three alternative models. Human Resource Management Journal, 28(2), 272-287. Journal link

Wong, S. I., Škerlavaj, M., & Černe, M. (2017). Build coalitions to fit: Autonomy expectations, competence mobilization, and job crafting. Human Resource Management, 56(5), 785-801. Journal link