Anthony Nyberg
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Collective efficacy, group potency, and group performance: meta-analyses of their relationships, and test of a mediation model.
AD Stajkovic, D Lee, AJ Nyberg
Journal of applied psychology 94 (3), 814, 2009
5602009
Human capital is dead; long live human capital resources!
RE Ployhart, AJ Nyberg, G Reilly, MA Maltarich
Journal of management 40 (2), 371-398, 2014
4312014
Keeping your headcount when all about you are losing theirs: Downsizing, voluntary turnover rates, and the moderating role of HR practices
CO Trevor, AJ Nyberg
Academy of Management Journal 51 (2), 259-276, 2008
3892008
Resource-based perspectives on unit-level human capital: A review and integration
AJ Nyberg, TP Moliterno, D Hale Jr, DP Lepak
Journal of Management 40 (1), 316-346, 2014
3782014
Agency theory revisited: CEO return and shareholder interest alignment
AJ Nyberg, IS Fulmer, B Gerhart, MA Carpenter
Academy of Management Journal 53 (5), 1029-1049, 2010
3192010
Retaining your high performers: Moderators of the performance–job satisfaction–voluntary turnover relationship.
A Nyberg
Journal of applied psychology 95 (3), 440, 2010
2412010
Context-emergent turnover (CET) theory: A theory of collective turnover
AJ Nyberg, RE Ployhart
Academy of Management Review 38 (1), 109-131, 2013
2282013
Human capital flows: Using context-emergent turnover (CET) theory to explore the process by which turnover, hiring, and job demands affect patient satisfaction
G Reilly, AJ Nyberg, M Maltarich, I Weller
Academy of Management Journal 57 (3), 766-790, 2014
1412014
THE DYNAMIC NATURE OF TURNOVER AND UNIT PERFORMANCE: THE IMPACT OF TIME, QUALITY, AND REPLACEMENTS
M Call, A Nyberg, R Ployhart, J Weekley
Academy of Management Journal 58 (4), 1208-1232, 2015
1262015
Pay-for-performance’s effect on future employee performance: Integrating psychological and economic principles toward a contingency perspective
AJ Nyberg, JR Pieper, CO Trevor
Journal of Management 42 (7), 1753-1783, 2016
1102016
50 years of human capital research: Assessing what we know, exploring where we go
AJ Nyberg, PM Wright
Academy of Management Perspectives 29 (3), 287-295, 2015
1042015
Stargazing: An integrative conceptual review, theoretical reconciliation, and extension for star employee research.
ML Call, AJ Nyberg, S Thatcher
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (3), 623, 2015
1012015
A conceptual and empirical analysis of the cognitive ability–voluntary turnover relationship.
MA Maltarich, AJ Nyberg, G Reilly
Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (6), 1058, 2010
932010
Objective and subjective overqualification: Distinctions, relationships, and a place for each in the literature
MA Maltarich, G Reilly, AJ Nyberg
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 4 (2), 236-239, 2011
872011
Planning for future leadership: Procedural rationality, formalized succession processes, and CEO influence in CEO succession planning
DJ Schepker, AJ Nyberg, MD Ulrich, PM Wright
Academy of Management Journal 61 (2), 523-552, 2018
482018
Collective pay for performance: a cross-disciplinary review and meta-analysis
AJ Nyberg, MA Maltarich, DD Abdulsalam, SM Essman, O Cragun
Journal of Management 44 (6), 2433-2472, 2018
362018
How matching creates value: Cogs and wheels for human capital resources research
I Weller, CB Hymer, AJ Nyberg, J Ebert
Academy of Management Annals 13 (1), 188-214, 2019
312019
Human capital resources: A call to retire settled debates and to start a few new debates
A Nyberg, G Reilly, S Essman, J Rodrigues
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (1), 68-86, 2018
272018
Pay-for-performance, sometimes: An interdisciplinary approach to integrating economic rationality with psychological emotion to predict individual performance
MA Maltarich, AJ Nyberg, G Reilly, DD Abdulsalam, M Martin
Academy of Management Journal 60 (6), 2155-2174, 2017
262017
CEO succession: what we know and where to go?
OR Cragun, AJ Nyberg, PM Wright
Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 2016
212016
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