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David Zweig
David Zweig
Professor of Organizational Behaviour, University of Toronto
Verified email at utoronto.ca
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Knowledge hiding in organizations
CE Connelly, D Zweig, J Webster, JP Trougakos
Journal of organizational behavior 33 (1), 64-88, 2012
15872012
Organizational socialization tactics and newcomer proactive behaviors: An integrative study
JA Gruman, AM Saks, DI Zweig
Journal of vocational behavior 69 (1), 90-104, 2006
6312006
How perpetrators and targets construe knowledge hiding in organizations
CE Connelly, D Zweig
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24 (3), 479-489, 2015
5682015
Too drained to help: a resource depletion perspective on daily interpersonal citizenship behaviors.
JP Trougakos, DJ Beal, BH Cheng, I Hideg, D Zweig
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (1), 227, 2015
3482015
Beyond knowledge sharing: Withholding knowledge at work
J Webster, G Brown, D Zweig, CE Connelly, S Brodt, S Sitkin
Research in personnel and human resources management, 1-37, 2008
2902008
Where is the line between benign and invasive? An examination of psychological barriers to the acceptance of awareness monitoring systems
D Zweig, J Webster
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2002
2582002
Developing a nomological network for interview structure: Antecedents and consequences of the structured selection interview
DS Chapman, DI Zweig
Personnel Psychology 58 (3), 673-702, 2005
2512005
What are we measuring? An examination of the relationships between the big-five personality traits, goal orientation, and performance intentions
D Zweig, J Webster
Personality and individual differences 36 (7), 1693-1708, 2004
2502004
Do promises matter? An exploration of the role of promises in psychological contract breach.
SD Montes, D Zweig
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (5), 1243, 2009
2192009
‘I’m busy (and competitive)!’Antecedents of knowledge sharing under pressure
CE Connelly, DP Ford, O Turel, B Gallupe, D Zweig
Knowledge Management Research & Practice 12 (1), 74-85, 2014
1882014
Young workers’ job self-efficacy and affect: Pathways to health and performance
R Lubbers, C Loughlin, D Zweig
Journal of Vocational Behavior 67 (2), 199-214, 2005
1492005
Personality as a moderator of monitoring acceptance
D Zweig, J Webster
Computers in Human Behavior 19 (4), 479-493, 2003
1432003
Validation of a Multidimensional Measure of Goal Orientation.
D Zweig, J Webster
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du …, 2004
1102004
Beyond knowledge sharing: Knowledge hiding and hoarding at work
J Webster, G BROWN, D Zweig, C Connelly, S Brodt, S Sitkin
Research in personnel and human resources management 27, 1, 2008
652008
Understanding and Mitigating Cynicism in the Workplace
D Scott, K.A., Zweig
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2015
51*2015
When unfairness matters most: Supervisory violations of electronic monitoring practices
D Zweig, K Scott
Human Resource Management Journal 17 (3), 227-247, 2007
422007
Beyond privacy and fairness concerns: Examining psychological boundary violations as a consequence of electronic performance monitoring
D Zweig
Electronic monitoring in the workplace: controversies and solutions, 101-122, 2005
422005
Dispositional predictors of organizational cynicism
D Zweig
ASAC 29 (5), 95-113, 2008
322008
The effects of competition and time constraints on knowledge transfer: Exploratory findings from two experiments
CE Connelly, DP Ford, B Gallupe, O Turel, D Zweig
2009 42nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1-10, 2009
282009
The cynical subordinate: exploring organizational cynicism, LMX, and loyalty
KA Scott, D Zweig
Personnel Review 49 (8), 1731-1748, 2020
252020
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