CAI Wenjing

2020-06-03 | 查看: 49

Name

Wenjing Cai

Title

Associate Professor

Tel

wcai@ustc.edu.cn

E-mail

USTC East Campus Room 1112

Research Interests

Human resource management, Organizational behavior

Teaching courses

Public Human Resource Management


Education and professional experience

2019- Associated Professor of Management and Organizations, School of

Public Affairs, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC)

2017- Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations

Department of Business and Economics, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU)

2013-2018 Ph.D., Business Administration, VU

2010-2013 M.A., Public Administration, USTC


Publications

  1. Cai, W., Yang, C., Bossink, B.A. & Fu, J.. (2020). Linking Leaders’ Voluntary Workplace Green Behavior and Team Green Innovation: The Mediation Role of Team Green Efficacy.Sustainability., 12, 3404.

  2. Yuan, M.,Cai, W.* , Gao, P. & Fu, J.. (2020). How Servant Leadership Leads to Employees? Customer-Oriented Behavior in the Service Industry? A Dual-Mechanism Model. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health., 17, 2296.

  3. Cai, W., Khapova, S.N., Bossink, B.A. & Lysova, E.I.. (2020). Optimizing Employee Creativity in the Digital Era: Uncovering the Interactional Effects of Abilities, Motivations, And Opportunities. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health., 17, 1038.

  4. Xin, X., Cai, W., Zhou, W., El Baroudi, S.,Khapova, S.N..(2020). How Can Job Crafting Be Reproduced? Examining the Trickle-Down Effect of Job Crafting from Leaders to Employees. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health., 17, 894.

  5. Cai, W., Lysova, E.I., Khapova, S.N., & Bossink, B.A. (2019). Does Entrepreneurial Leadership Foster Creativity among Employees and Teams? The Mediation Study of Creative Efficacy Beliefs. Journal of Business and Psychology., 34(2), 203–217.

  6. Cai, W., Lysova, E.I., Bossink, B.A., Khapova, S.N., & Wang, W.. (2019). Psychological Capital and Self-Reported Employee Creativity: The Moderating Role of Supervisor Support and Job Characteristics. Creativity and Innovation Management., 28(1), 30-41.

  7. Cai, W., Lysova, E.I., Khapova, S.N., & Bossink, B.A. (2018). Servant Leadership and Innovative Work Behavior in Chinese High-Tech Firms: A Moderated Mediation Model of Meaningful Work and Job Autonomy. Frontiers in Psychology., 9, 1-13.

  8. Zhao, S.L., Song, W., Zhu, D.Y., Peng, X.B., & Cai, W.. (2013). Evaluating China’s Regional Collaboration Innovation Capability from the Innovation Actors Perspective—An AHP and Cluster Analytical Approach. Technology in Society, 35(3), 182-190.

  9. Cai, W.. Awakening Employee Creativity in Organizations. In M. Tynnhammar (Eds), New Waves in Innovation Management Research. Vernon Press: 97-114. (ISBN: 978-1-62273-434-4)

  10. Song, W, Cai, W., et al.. (2011). Intellectual Property Management (《知识产权管理指南》). Hefei: University of Science and Technology of China Press. ISBN:978-7-312-02829-8 (Translations of this book in Chinese edition)






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