Amy Wrzesniewski
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Crafting a job: Revisioning employees as active crafters of their work
A Wrzesniewski, JE Dutton
Academy of management review 26 (2), 179-201, 2001
On the meaning of work: A theoretical integration and review
BD Rosso, KH Dekas, A Wrzesniewski
Research in organizational behavior 30, 91-127, 2010
Jobs, careers, and callings: People's relations to their work
A Wrzesniewski, C McCauley, P Rozin, B Schwartz
Journal of research in personality 31 (1), 21-33, 1997
Interpersonal sensemaking and the meaning of work
A Wrzesniewski, JE Dutton, G Debebe
Research in organizational behavior 25, 93-135, 2003
Perceiving and responding to challenges in job crafting at different ranks: When proactivity requires adaptivity
JM Berg, A Wrzesniewski, JE Dutton
Journal of organizational behavior 31 (2‐3), 158-186, 2010
Finding positive meaning in work
A Wrzesniewski
Positive organizational scholarship: Foundations of a new discipline 296, 308, 2003
Attitudes to food and the role of food in life in the USA, Japan, Flemish Belgium and France: Possible implications for the diet–health debate
P Rozin, C Fischler, S Imada, A Sarubin, A Wrzesniewski
Appetite 33 (2), 163-180, 1999
Job crafting and meaningful work.
JM Berg, JE Dutton, A Wrzesniewski
American Psychological Association, 2013
Agony and ecstasy in the gig economy: Cultivating holding environments for precarious and personalized work identities
G Petriglieri, SJ Ashford, A Wrzesniewski
Administrative Science Quarterly 64 (1), 124-170, 2019
Job crafting and cultivating positive meaning and identity in work
A Wrzesniewski, N LoBuglio, JE Dutton, JM Berg
Advances in positive organizational psychology 1, 281-302, 2013
What is job crafting and why does it matter
JM Berg, JE Dutton, A Wrzesniewski
Retrieved form the website of Positive Organizational Scholarship on April …, 2008
Knowing where you stand: Physical isolation, perceived respect, and organizational identification among virtual employees
CA Bartel, A Wrzesniewski, BM Wiesenfeld
Organization Science 23 (3), 743-757, 2012
I won’t let you down… or will I? Core self-evaluations, other-orientation, anticipated guilt and gratitude, and job performance.
AM Grant, A Wrzesniewski
Journal of applied psychology 95 (1), 108, 2010
Personal value priorities of economists
N Gandal, S Roccas, L Sagiv, A Wrzesniewski
Human relations 58 (10), 1227-1252, 2005
A Wrzesniewski
“It’s Not Just a Job” Shifting meanings of work in the wake of 9/11
A Wrzesniewski
Journal of management inquiry 11 (3), 230-234, 2002
The future of positive psychology
CR Snyder, SJ Lopez
Handbook of positive psychology, 751-767, 2002
Turn the job you have into the job you want
A Wrzesniewski, JM Berg, JE Dutton
Harvard Business Review 88 (6), 114-117, 2010
Multiple types of motives don't multiply the motivation of West Point cadets
A Wrzesniewski, B Schwartz, X Cong, M Kane, A Omar, T Kolditz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (30), 10990-10995, 2014
Odors can change preferences for people in photographs: A cross-modal evaluative conditioning study with olfactory USs and visual CSs
J Todrank, D Byrnes, A Wrzesniewski, P Rozin
Learning and motivation 26 (2), 116-140, 1995
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