His main research concerns Social psychology, Collectivism, China, Scale and Organizational behavior. Social psychology and Allocentrism are two areas of study in which Simon S. K. Lam engages in interdisciplinary work. His Scale research includes themes of Social relation and Quality, Operations management.
His Organizational behavior research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organizational justice, Absenteeism and Personality. His work in Organizational citizenship behavior covers topics such as Conformity which are related to areas like Promotion. Simon S. K. Lam works mostly in the field of Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory, limiting it down to concerns involving Organizational culture and, occasionally, Job performance.
Social psychology, Organizational citizenship behavior, Job performance, Internal medicine and Cardiology are his primary areas of study. Social psychology and Promotion are commonly linked in his work. His work deals with themes such as Total quality management, Job attitude, Quasi-experiment, Marketing and Human resource management, which intersect with Promotion.
His Organizational citizenship behavior study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Scale. Simon S. K. Lam has researched Job performance in several fields, including Performance appraisal and Service. In the subject of general Internal medicine, his work in Left atrial appendage occlusion and Percutaneous is often linked to Intima-media thickness and In patient, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Surgery, Internal medicine, Cardiology and Emergency medicine. His Organizational citizenship behavior and Job performance study in the realm of Social psychology interacts with subjects such as Race. His Job performance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Performance appraisal and Performance rating.
His work in the fields of Surgery, such as Retrospective cohort study and Catheter, overlaps with other areas such as Paravalvular leak. In general Internal medicine, his work in Left atrial appendage occlusion, Cardiac catheterisation and Anthropometry is often linked to In patient and Radiation exposure linking many areas of study. His Emergency medicine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Observational study and Revascularization.
His main research concerns Organizational citizenship behavior, Social psychology, Myocardial infarction, Pandemic and Emergency medicine. His study in the field of Counterproductive work behavior is also linked to topics like Perspective and Working group. His research in the fields of Job performance overlaps with other disciplines such as Collectivism.
His study in the fields of ST segment under the domain of Myocardial infarction overlaps with other disciplines such as 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak, Betacoronavirus, China and Communicable disease. There are a combination of areas like Single Center, Cardiogenic shock, Observational study and Revascularization integrated together with his Pandemic study.
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Is Customer Participation in Value Creation a Double-Edged Sword? Evidence from Professional Financial Services Across Cultures
Kimmy Wa Chan;Chi Kin Bennett Yim;Simon S. K. Lam.
Journal of Marketing (2010)
Cognition-based and affect-based trust as mediators of leader behavior influences on team performance.
John Schaubroeck;Simon S. K. Lam;Ann Chunyan Peng.
Embracing transformational leadership: team values and the impact of leader behavior on team performance.
John Schaubroeck;Simon S. K. Lam;Sandra E. Cha.
Impact of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Outbreak on ST-Segment-Elevation Myocardial Infarction Care in Hong Kong, China.
Chor Cheung Frankie Tam;Kent Shek Cheung;Simon Lam;Anthony Wong.
Circulation-cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes (2020)
Relationship between organizational justice and employee work outcomes: a cross‐national study
Simon S. K. Lam;John Schaubroeck;Samuel Aryee.
SERVQUAL: A tool for measuring patients' opinions of hospital service quality in Hong Kong
Simon S. K. Lam.
Total Quality Management & Business Excellence (1997)
Instrumental values of organizational citizenship behavior for promotion: a field quasi-experiment.
Chun Hui;Simon S. K. Lam;Kenneth K. S. Law.
Organizational citizenship behavior: Comparing perspectives of supervisors and subordinates across four international samples
Simon S. K. Lam;Chun Hui;Kenneth S. Law.
Participative Decision Making and Employee Performance in Different Cultures: The Moderating Effects of Allocentrism/Idiocentrism and Efficacy
Simon S K Lam;Xiao Ping Chen;John Schaubroeck.
Collective efficacy versus self-efficacy in coping responses to stressors and control: A cross-cultural study
John Schaubroeck;Simon S. K. Lam;Jia Lin Xie.
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