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Miha Škerlavaj
Miha Škerlavaj
University of Ljubljana School of Economics and Business; BI Norwegian Business School
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What goes around comes around: Knowledge hiding, perceived motivational climate, and creativity
M Černe, CGL Nerstad, A Dysvik, M Škerlavaj
Academy of Management journal 57 (1), 172-192, 2014
9702014
Organizational learning culture—the missing link between business process change and organizational performance
M Škerlavaj, MI Štemberger, V Dimovski
International journal of production economics 106 (2), 346-367, 2007
6842007
Organizational learning culture, innovative culture and innovations in South Korean firms
M Škerlavaj, JH Song, Y Lee
Expert systems with applications 37 (9), 6390-6403, 2010
6482010
Authentic leadership, creativity, and innovation: A multilevel perspective
M Černe, M Jaklič, M Škerlavaj
Leadership 9 (1), 63-85, 2013
4732013
Transactional and transformational leadership impacts on organizational learning
H Zagoršek, V Dimovski, M Škerlavaj
Journal for East European management studies, 144-165, 2009
4452009
The role of multilevel synergistic interplay among team mastery climate, knowledge hiding, and job characteristics in stimulating innovative work behavior
M Černe, T Hernaus, A Dysvik, M Škerlavaj
Human Resource Management Journal 27 (2), 281-299, 2017
3822017
Understanding knowledge hiding in organizations
CE Connelly, M Černe, A Dysvik, M Škerlavaj
Journal of organizational behavior 40 (7), 779-782, 2019
3562019
Hiding behind a mask? Cultural intelligence, knowledge hiding, and individual and team creativity
S Bogilović, M Černe, M Škerlavaj
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 26 (5), 710-723, 2017
3292017
Evasive knowledge hiding in academia: when competitive individuals are asked to collaborate
T Hernaus, M Cerne, C Connelly, N Poloski Vokic, M Škerlavaj
Journal of Knowledge Management 23 (4), 597-618, 2019
3192019
Tell me if you can: time pressure, prosocial motivation, perspective taking, and knowledge hiding
M Škerlavaj, CE Connelly, M Cerne, A Dysvik
Journal of knowledge management 22 (7), 1489-1509, 2018
2862018
Učeča se organizacija: ustvarite podjetje znanja
V Dimovski, S Penger, M Škerlavaj, J Žnidaršič
GV založba, 2005
2122005
I get by with a little help from my supervisor: Creative-idea generation, idea implementation, and perceived supervisor support
M Škerlavaj, M Černe, A Dysvik
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (5), 987-1000, 2014
2052014
Congruence of leader self-perceptions and follower perceptions of authentic leadership: Understanding what authentic leadership is and how it enhances employees’ job satisfaction
M Černe, V Dimovski, M Marič, S Penger, M Škerlavaj
Australian journal of management 39 (3), 453-471, 2014
1832014
Perceived mastery climate, felt trust, and knowledge sharing
C Nerstad, R Searle, M Cerne, A Dysvik, M Skerlavaj, R Scherer
Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2017
1432017
Patterns and structures of intra-organizational learning networks within a knowledge-intensive organization
M Škerlavaj, V Dimovski, KC Desouza
Journal of Information technology 25 (2), 189-204, 2010
1272010
Decoupling management and technological innovations: Resolving the individualism–collectivism controversy
M Černe, M Jaklič, M Škerlavaj
Journal of International Management 19 (2), 103-117, 2013
1162013
Non-technological innovation research: evaluating the intellectual structure and prospects of an emerging field
M Černe, R Kaše, M Škerlavaj
Scandinavian Journal of Management 32 (2), 69-85, 2016
1072016
Networks for generating and for validating ideas: The social side of creativity
S Ohly, R Kase, M Škerlavaj
Innovation 12 (1), 41-52, 2010
1042010
Relationship between organisational learning and organisational performance: The case of Croatia
T Hernaus, M Škerlavaj, V Dimovski
Transformations in business & economics 7 (2), 32-48, 2008
1032008
Temelji organiziranja in odločanja
V Dimovski, S Penger, M Škerlavaj
Ekonomska fakulteta, 2002
962002
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