Influence of Transformational Leadership on Role Ambiguity and Work-Life Balance of Filipino University Employees During COVID-19: Does Employee Involvement Matter?
One particular impact that employees inevitably experience when they have to work from home (WFH) during the COVID-19 pandemic is the lack of “Work–Life Balance”. Basically, when people work at home, they tend to dedicate more time into working and simply lose track of time due to the lack of boundary between work and home.
Promoting Information-Resource Sharing within the Enterprise: A Perspective of Blockchain Consensus Perception
Mr. Gang Li, a recent Ph.D. graduate of ICO NIDA, published his dissertation in the “Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity”, which is ranked in the “SCImago Quartile 2”. His work is under supervision of Dr. Chih-Cheng Fang (Francis).
Effects of workplace rumors and organizational formalization during the COVID-19 pandemic: a case study of universities in the Philippines
During the organizational crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, rumors that spread in the workplace seem to have considerable effects on employees’ psychological well-being by aggravating panic and fear. Rumors also confuse employees and lead to distress. They ultimately produce a poor working environment and reduce work productivity. The research evidence about the negative impacts
The recent research published by the faculty of ICO NIDA, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Peerayuth Charoensukmongkol, indicates that one crucial characteristic of entrepreneurs that could contribute to the survival of SMEs during the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is “Improvisational behavior”. Improvisational behavior is a spontaneous action guided by intuition, produced or carried out
Psychological contract, organizational commitment, and knowledge innovation: A perspective of open innovation
Ms. Ling Peng, a recent Ph.D. graduate of ICO NIDA, published her dissertation in the Scopus database journal “Problems and Perspectives in Management”. Her work is under supervision of Dr. ZhongWu Li. More detail of the paper can be found via https://www.businessperspectives.org/index.php/journals/problems-and-perspectives-in-management/issue-380/psychological-contract-organizational-commitment-and-knowledge-innovation-a-perspective-of-open-innovation?fbclid=IwAR1r0lONxvK5XKVtrlu_J0iwiS1KXxyJkWU-B04z2_TORI6lSR048x9lNj8
Mr. Haifeng Gao has recently published his dissertation in the “Microprocessors and Microsystems”, which is ranked in the “SCImago Quartile 3”. His work is under supervision of Dr. ZhongWu Li.
Employee Characteristics, Subjective Norms and Work Performance: Integrating the Achievement Goal Orientation Theory and the Theory of Planned Behavior
Ms. YuPei Du, a recent Ph.D. graduate of ICO NIDA, published her dissertation in the “Humanities and Social Sciences Letters”, which is ranked in the “SCImago Quartile 3”. Her work is under supervision of Dr. ZhongWu Li. Source : http://www.conscientiabeam.com/journal/73/html/6404
COVID-19 Vaccination Registration will open on June 22, 2021 onward (1st day of registration commences 09.00 a.m.) According to COVID-19 vaccination is allocated by Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation for all NIDA’s personnel and students (Thai students – International students both in Central Bangkok and Region who have intention or can
Effect of cultural intelligence on burnout of Chinese expatriates in Thailand: The mediating role of host country national coworker support
Ms.Liping Fu (Maria), a recent Ph.D. graduate of ICO NIDA, published part of her dissertation in the “Current Psychology (Springer)”, which is ranked in the “SCImago Quartile 2”. Her research investigates the role of cultural intelligence (CQ) of Chinese expatriates working in Thailand on the level of burnout they experienced. Survey data was gathered