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YU Nadia-Yin

PhD, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

Nadia est professeure assistant dans le département Hommes et Organisations à NEOMA Business School. Elle a obtenu un doctorat en gestion de l'Université des sciences et technologies de Hong Kong en 2017. Elle enseigne les ressources humaines et l'organisation, la gestion globale des ressources humaines, le management et les fondements des ressources humaines dans les programmes Bachelor et Master. Ses recherches se spécialisent dans la politique organisationnelle en tant que phénomène collectif et dans les dynamiques interpersonnelles ou intrapersonnelles concernant les initiatives individuelles telles que la voix, la créativité et l'innovation sur le lieu de travail. Les recherches de Nadia ont été présentées dans Forbes, les actes de la réunion annuelle de l’Academy of Management, et Equality, Diversity and Inclusion : un journal International. Elle a été affiliée à l'Université du Maryland en 2014 et à l'Université du Texas à Dallas en 2018 en tant que chercheuse invitée.

Domaines de spécialisation

  • Politique organisationnelle
  • créativité et innovation
  • Voix des employés
  • éthique des affaires

Récentes contributions académiques

  • TAKEUCHI, R., N. -Y. YU, C. -C. LIN, "Organizational politics and employee performance in the service industry: A multi-stakeholder, multi-level perspective", Journal of Vocational Behavior, Mars 2022, vol. 133
    DOI : 10.1016/j.jvb.2021.103677
  • YU, N.-Y., A.STARZYK, "The negative implications of intensified employee voice: Whom do managers ostracize less?" dans Symposium presented at the virtual 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management., 2020

Article

  • TAKEUCHI, R., N. -Y. YU, C. -C. LIN, "Organizational politics and employee performance in the service industry: A multi-stakeholder, multi-level perspective", Journal of Vocational Behavior, Mars 2022, vol. 133
    DOI : 10.1016/j.jvb.2021.103677
  • HARRISON, J., J. A.JANET A. BOEKHORST, N.-Y.YU, "HPWS and climate for inclusion: a moral legitimacy lens", Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: an International Journal, Juillet 2018, vol. 37, no. 5, pp. 491-505
    DOI : 10.1108/EDI-12-2016-0112

Academic conferences

  • YU, N.-Y., A.STARZYK, "The negative implications of intensified employee voice: Whom do managers ostracize less?" dans Symposium presented at the virtual 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management., 2020
  • YU, N.-Y., "Compete or conform: Relationship between power and organisational politics revisited for work groups" dans Academy of Management, 2019
  • YU, N.-Y., "What It Takes to Have Innovative Teams? Combination of Knowledge Integration and Team Climate" dans 2018 International Research Meeting in Business and Management, 2018

Communication dans une conférence sans actes

  • YU, N.-Y., "Silent treatment for cutting loose voicers: Whom do managers ostracize less?" People & Organization Department Research Seminar Neoma Business School. 2021, Paris/Online, France
  • YU, N.-Y., "Whom do managers ostracize less for intensified employee voice?" People & Organization Department Research Seminar Neoma Business School. 2020, Paris/Online, France
  • YU, N.-Y., "An integrative view of team innovative performance: Knowledge integration, support for innovation or both?" People & Organization Department Research Seminar Neoma Business School. 2020, Paris/Online, France
  • YU, N.-Y., "How confirmation and disconfirmation in system belief affect user performance during switch process: A two-study design" People & Organization Department Research Seminar Neoma Business School. 2019, Paris, France
  • YU, N.-Y., "A Dynamic Avoidance Orientation Approach to Sojourner Creativity: A Four-Wave Investigation" People & Organization Department Research Seminar Neoma Business School. 2019, Paris, France
  • YU, N.-Y., "An Integrative View of Team Innovative Performance: Moderated Mediation Model Testing with Two Field Studies" 2019 Sino-Euro Forum for Management and Innovation - Nankai University. 2019, Tianjin, Chine
  • YU, N.-Y., "Unethical for the sake of what? Identity, disengagement and referent in the ethical decision making process" People & Organization Department Research Seminar Neoma Business School. 2018, Paris, France
  • YU, N.-Y., "Organizational politics and employee performance in the service industry: A cross-level theorizing" People & Organization Department Research Seminar Neoma Business School. 2017, Paris, France