1986 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
His primary areas of study are Creativity, Job satisfaction, Employee motivation, Social psychology and Job enrichment. His studies deal with areas such as Management and Management science as well as Creativity. Job performance is the focus of his Job satisfaction research.
His studies in Employee motivation integrate themes in fields like Employee morale, Big Five personality traits and Personality psychology. His Personality study in the realm of Social psychology interacts with subjects such as Relation, Time on task and Time pressure. His Job enrichment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Job characteristic theory and Job analysis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Creativity, Job performance and Applied psychology. His work on Employee motivation, Mood and Mood state is typically connected to Variables as part of general Social psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science. His work on Job analysis and Job attitude as part of general Job satisfaction study is frequently linked to Workspace and Quasi-experiment, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Job characteristic theory, Job design and Job complexity in addition to Job analysis. His work investigates the relationship between Job characteristic theory and topics such as Knowledge management that intersect with problems in Work behavior. The concepts of his Applied psychology study are interwoven with issues in Marketing, Goal setting, Industrial and organizational psychology and Human resource management.
Greg R. Oldham mostly deals with Creativity, Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Cognitive psychology and Task. His work carried out in the field of Creativity brings together such families of science as Engineering ethics and Personality. Greg R. Oldham has included themes like Job design and Diversity in his Engineering ethics study.
His study in the field of Job characteristic theory is also linked to topics like Spatial density. His work on Sibling as part of his general Developmental psychology study is frequently connected to Age and sex and Birth order, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Personality psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Employee morale, Divergent thinking, Applied psychology, Interpersonal relationship and Employee motivation.
His main research concerns Creativity, Personality, Social psychology, Management science and Engineering ethics. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Employee motivation and Creativity. His Employee motivation research incorporates themes from Employee morale, Personality psychology, Big Five personality traits, Divergent thinking and Interpersonal relationship.
His study of Management science brings together topics like Theory building, Future studies and Empirical research. Time on task combines with fields such as Relation, Manufacturing organization, Openness to experience, Personality dimension and Time pressure in his research.
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Motivation through the Design of Work: Test of a Theory.
J.Richard Hackman;Greg R. Oldham.
Organizational Behavior and Human Performance (1976)
Development of the Job Diagnostic Survey
J. Richard Hackman;Greg R. Oldham.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1975)
Employee Creativity: Personal and Contextual Factors at Work
Greg R. Oldham;Anne Cummings.
Academy of Management Journal (1996)
The Effects of Personal and Contextual Characteristics on Creativity: Where Should We Go from Here?
Christina E. Shalley;Jing Zhou;Greg R. Oldham.
Journal of Management (2004)
There's No Place like Home? The Contributions of Work and Nonwork Creativity Support to Employees' Creative Performance
Nora Madjar;Greg R. Oldham;Michael G. Pratt.
Academy of Management Journal (2002)
The curvilinear relation between experienced creative time pressure and creativity: moderating effects of openness to experience and support for creativity.
Markus Baer;Greg R. Oldham.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2006)
A New Strategy for Job Enrichment
J. Richard Hackman;Greg Oldham;Robert Janson;Kenneth Purdy.
California Management Review (1975)
Work design as an approach to person-environment fit
Carol T Kulik;Greg R Oldham;J.Richard Hackman.
Rewarding creativity: when does it really matter?
Markus Baer;Greg R Oldham;Anne Cummings.
Leadership Quarterly (2003)
Enhancing Creativity: Managing Work Contexts for the High Potential Employee
Anne Cummings;Greg R. Oldham.
California Management Review (1997)
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