Congratulations to Rama, on publishing his second paper!
During his Ph.D. study Rama has developed an interest in job crafting. Rama, and
his advisor Professor Uen, recently received the good news that their paper, 'Job crafting and psychological capital: A multi-level study of their effects on innovative work behavior', had been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Team Performance Management.
Rama explains, "this longitudinal study tested a multilevel design in a sample of 163 employees, clustered into 45 teams. Job crafting and psychological capital (PsyCap) were aggregated to the team level to examine the effects of team job crafting Time 1 on individual IWB Time 2. In addition, mediation analysis was tested to determine whether team-level job crafting Time 1 can affect individual IWB Time 2 through team PsyCap Time 2.
Rama, and his co-authors, found that team job crafting was positively related to individual innovative work behavior (IWB), and this relationship was mediated by team psychological capital (PsyCap).
Uen, J. F., Vandavasi, R. K. K., Lee. K, Yepuru, P. and Saini, V. (Accepted), Job crafting and psychological capital: A multi-level study of their effects on innovative work behavior, Team Performance Management.