Abdul Karim Khan
Abdul Karim Khan
Professor of Organizational Behavior, United Arab Emirates University
Потвърден имейл адрес: uaeu.ac.ae - Начална страница
Impact of inclusive leadership on innovative work behavior: The role of psychological safety
B Javed, SMMR Naqvi, AK Khan, S Arjoon, HH Tayyeb
Journal of Management & Organization 25 (1), 117-136, 2019
When and how abusive supervision leads to knowledge hiding behaviors: An Islamic work ethics perspective
M Khalid, S Bashir, AK Khan, N Abbas
Leadership & Organization Development Journal 39 (6), 794-806, 2018
When and how subordinate performance leads to abusive supervision: A social dominance perspective
AK Khan, S Moss, S Quratulain, I Hameed
Journal of Management, 0149206316653930, 2018
Red tape, resigned satisfaction, public service motivation, and negative employee attitudes and behaviors: Testing a model of moderated mediation
S Quratulain, AK Khan
Review of Public Personnel Administration 35 (4), 307-332, 2015
Episodic envy and counterproductive work behaviors: Is more justice always good?
AK Khan, S Quratulain, C M. Bell
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (1), 128-144, 2014
The mediating role of discrete emotions in the relationship between injustice and counterproductive work behaviors: A study in Pakistan
AK Khan, S Quratulain, JR Crawshaw
Journal of business and psychology 28, 49-61, 2013
Inclusive leadership and innovative work behavior: examination of LMX perspective in small capitalized textile firms
B Javed, AK Khan, S Quratulain
Leadership and Supervision, 103-121, 2021
How does employees’ public service motivation get affected? A conditional process analysis of the effects of person–job fit and work pressure
S Quratulain, AK Khan
Public Personnel Management 44 (2), 266-289, 2015
The malevolent side of organizational identification: unraveling the impact of psychological entitlement and manipulative personality on unethical work behaviors
S Naseer, D Bouckenooghe, F Syed, AK Khan, S Qazi
Journal of Business and Psychology, 2019
Impact of inclusive leadership on innovative work behavior: the role of creative self‐efficacy
B Javed, T Fatima, AK Khan, S Bashir
The Journal of Creative Behavior 55 (3), 769-782, 2021
A study of employee affective organizational commitment and retention in Pakistan: The roles of psychological contract breach and norms of reciprocity
S Quratulain, AK Khan, JR Crawshaw, GA Arain, I Hameed
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (17), 2552-2579, 2018
Loaded with knowledge, yet green with envy: leader–member exchange comparison and coworkers-directed knowledge hiding behavior
Q Weng, K Latif, AK Khan, H Tariq, HP Butt, A Obaid, N Sarwar
Journal of Knowledge Management 24 (7), 1653-1680, 2020
Managing successful change efforts in the public sector: An employee’s readiness for change perspective
I Hameed, AK Khan, M Sabharwal, GA Arain, I Hameed
Review of Public Personnel Administration 39 (3), 398-421, 2019
Openness to Experience, Ethical Leadership, and Innovative Work Behavior
B Javed, AK Khan, S Arjoon, M Mashkoor, A Haque
The Journal of Creative Behavior, 2018
Examining organizational cronyism as an antecedent of workplace deviance in public sector organizations
S Shaheen, S Bashir, AK Khan
Public Personnel Management 46 (3), 308-323, 2017
When and how the psychologically entitled employees hide more knowledge?
M Khalid, A Gulzar, AK Khan
International Journal of Hospitality Management 89, 102413, 2020
Consequences of supervisor knowledge hiding in organizations: a multilevel mediation analysis
GA Arain, I Hameed, WA Umrani, AK Khan, AZ Sheikh
Applied Psychology 70 (3), 1242-1266, 2021
Procedural fairness, public service motives, and employee work outcomes: Evidence from Pakistani public service organizations
S Quratulain, AK Khan, M Sabharwal
Review of Public Personnel Administration 39 (2), 276-299, 2019
Impact of inclusive leadership on innovative work behavior: The role of psychological safety–CORRIGENDUM
B Javed, SMMR Naqvi, AK Khan, S Arjoon, HH Tayyeb
Journal of Management & Organization 23 (3), 472-472, 2017
Supervisory abuse of high performers: A social comparison perspective
H Tariq, QD Weng, R Ilies, AK Khan
Applied Psychology, 2019
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