Prashant Bordia mainly focuses on Social psychology, Organizational change, Rumor, Organizational behavior and Public relations. Social psychology and Perception are commonly linked in his work. His Organizational change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cognitive psychology, Task and Socioemotional selectivity theory.
His Rumor research includes elements of Credibility, World War II, Gossip, Social cognition and Company Representative. His Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Multinational corporation and Field. His Feeling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Control, Occupational stress and Industrial and organizational psychology.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Rumor, Psychological contract, Public relations and Perception. His research in the fields of Psychological contract breach overlaps with other disciplines such as Denial. Prashant Bordia combines subjects such as Gossip and Social cognition with his study of Rumor.
The Psychological contract study combines topics in areas such as Perceived organizational support, Transactional leadership, Workplace deviance, Business education and Social exchange theory. His studies examine the connections between Perception and genetics, as well as such issues in Supervisor, with regards to Conflict management. His Organizational change study combines topics in areas such as Job satisfaction and Change management.
Prashant Bordia focuses on Social psychology, Psychological contract, Perception, Supervisor and Social support. His Social psychology study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Scale. Prashant Bordia works mostly in the field of Psychological contract, limiting it down to concerns involving Social exchange theory and, occasionally, Test and Perceived organizational support.
Prashant Bordia interconnects Context, Service and Conflict management in the investigation of issues within Perception. His research investigates the connection between Supervisor and topics such as Burnout that intersect with issues in Stressor, Turnover, Stress management and Association. His studies in Social support integrate themes in fields like Self-employment, Occupational stress, Time perspective and Social learning theory.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Psychological contract, Sample, Social exchange theory and Qualitative research. Social psychology is closely attributed to Adaptability in his research. The Psychological contract study combines topics in areas such as Higher education, International education and Business education.
His work in Sample incorporates the disciplines of Occupational stress, Turnover, Stress management, Social support and Supervisor. His Social exchange theory research incorporates themes from Context, Resource and Perception. His Qualitative research study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Affect and Career stage.
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Uncertainty during organizational change: Types, consequences, and management strategies
Prashant Bordia;Elizabeth Hobman;Elizabeth Jones;Cindy Gallois.
Journal of Business and Psychology (2003)
Face-to-Face Versus Computer-Mediated Communication: A Synthesis of the Experimental Literature:
Journal of Business Communication (1997)
Uncertainty during organizational change: Is it all about control?
Prashant Bordia;Elizabeth Hunt;Neil Paulsen;Dennis Tourish.
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (2004)
Rumor Psychology: Social and Organizational Approaches
Nicholas DiFonzo;Prashant Bordia.
A tale of two corporations: Managing uncertainty during organizational change
Nicholas DiFonzo;Prashant Bordia.
Human Resource Management (1998)
When employees strike back: investigating mediating mechanisms between psychological contract breach and workplace deviance.
Prashant Bordia;Simon Lloyd D. Restubog;Robert L. Tang.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2008)
Uncertainty during Organizational Change: Managing Perceptions through Communication
James Allen;Nerina L. Jimmieson;Prashant Bordia;Bernd E. Irmer.
Journal of Change Management (2007)
A Multidimensional Approach to the Group Cohesion-Group Performance Relationship
Artemis Chang;Prashant Bordia.
Small Group Research (2001)
Reining in rumors
Nicholas DiFonzo;Prashant Bordia;Ralph L. Rosnow.
Organizational Dynamics (1994)
Effects of Psychological Contract Breach on Organizational Citizenship Behaviour: Insights from the Group Value Model
Simon Lloyd D. Restubog;Matthew J. Hornsey;Prashant Bordia;Sarah R. Esposo.
Journal of Management Studies (2008)
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