2011 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
His main research concerns Social psychology, Social identity theory, Transformational leadership, Social group and Leadership. Social psychology is closely attributed to Diversity in his research. His work on Social identity approach as part of general Social identity theory research is frequently linked to Work motivation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His studies in Transformational leadership integrate themes in fields like Transactional leadership, Leadership style and Shared leadership. In his study, Operationalization is inextricably linked to Leadership studies, which falls within the broad field of Leadership. He focuses mostly in the field of Social perception, narrowing it down to topics relating to Categorization and, in certain cases, Moderation.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Social identity theory, Public relations, Perspective and Transformational leadership. His Social psychology research incorporates elements of Perception and Diversity. His research integrates issues of Creativity, Categorization and Value in his study of Diversity.
His biological study deals with issues like Organizational identification, which deal with fields such as Social exchange theory. His Transformational leadership research includes elements of Transactional leadership and Leadership style. His Transactional leadership research is mostly focused on the topic Shared leadership.
Daan van Knippenberg spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Public relations, Perspective, Knowledge management and Social identity theory. Social psychology is closely attributed to Field in his study. His study looks at the relationship between Public relations and fields such as Regulatory focus theory, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His study in the field of Team composition also crosses realms of Cross disciplinary. His work carried out in the field of Social identity theory brings together such families of science as Social psychology, Identity change and Identification. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social exchange theory and Organizational behavior.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Perspective, Field, Public relations and Knowledge management. His Social psychology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Control. His work is dedicated to discovering how Field, Shared leadership are connected with Originality and Value and other disciplines.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Meaning and Strategy implementation. His studies deal with areas such as Group dynamic and Creativity as well as Knowledge management. The various areas that Daan van Knippenberg examines in his Organizational identification study include Ethical climate and Social identity theory.
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Work group diversity and group performance: an integrative model and research agenda.
Daan van Knippenberg;Carsten K. W. De Dreu;Astrid C. Homan.
Work Group Diversity
Daan van Knippenberg;Michaéla C. Schippers.
Foci and correlates of organizational identification
Daan Van Knippenberg;Els C. M. Van Schie.
WORK MOTIVATION AND PERFORMANCE: A SOCIAL IDENTITY PERSPECTIVE
Daan Van Knippenberg.
A Critical Assessment of Charismatic—Transformational Leadership Research: Back to the Drawing Board?
Daan van Knippenberg;Sim B. Sitkin.
Transformational and transactional leadership and innovative behavior : The moderating role of psychological empowerment
Anne Nederveen Pieterse;Daan van Knippenberg;Michaéla Schippers;Daan Stam.
A CROSS-LEVEL PERSPECTIVE ON EMPLOYEE CREATIVITY: GOAL ORIENTATION, TEAM LEARNING BEHAVIOR, AND INDIVIDUAL CREATIVITY
Giles Hirst;Daan Van Knippenberg;Jing Zhou.
Organizational identification versus organizational commitment: self-definition, social exchange, and job attitudes
Daan van Knippenberg;Ed Sleebos.
Leadership, self, and identity: A review and research agenda
Daan van Knippenberg;Barbara van Knippenberg;David De Cremer;Michael A. Hogg.
A SOCIAL IDENTITY MODEL OF LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS IN ORGANIZATIONS
Daan van Knippenberg;Michael A Hogg.
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