Jan Wynen
Jan Wynen
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Innovation-oriented culture in the public sector: Do managerial autonomy and result control lead to innovation?
J Wynen, K Verhoest, E Ongaro, S Van Thiel, ...
Public Management Review 16 (1), 45-66, 2014
1192014
The impact of the financial and economic crisis on turnover intention in the US federal government
J Wynen, S Op de Beeck
Public Personnel Management 43 (4), 565-585, 2014
792014
Do NPM-type reforms lead to a cultural revolution within public sector organizations?
J Wynen, K Verhoest
Public Management Review 17 (3), 356-379, 2015
582015
HRM implementation by line managers: Explaining the discrepancy in HR-line perceptions of HR devolution
S Op de Beeck, J Wynen, A Hondeghem
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (17), 1901-1919, 2016
532016
Explaining travel distance during same-day visits
J Wynen
Tourism Management 36, 133-140, 2013
502013
Interorganizational mobility within the US federal government: Examining the effect of individual and organizational factors
J Wynen, S Op de Beeck, A Hondeghem
Public Administration Review 73 (6), 869-881, 2013
48*2013
The nexus between gender and perceived career opportunities: Evidence from the US federal government
J Wynen, S Op de Beeck, S Ruebens
Public Personnel Management 44 (3), 375-400, 2015
39*2015
Linking turnover to organizational performance: The role of process conformance
J Wynen, W Van Dooren, J Mattijs, C Deschamps
Public Management Review 21 (5), 669-685, 2019
372019
Decentralization in public sector organizations: do organizational autonomy and result control lead to decentralization toward lower hierarchical levels?
J Wynen, K Verhoest, K Rübecksen
Public Performance & Management Review 37 (3), 496-520, 2014
332014
More reforms, less innovation? The impact of structural reform histories on innovation-oriented cultures in public organizations
J Wynen, K Verhoest, B Kleizen
Public Management Review 19 (8), 1142-1164, 2017
292017
Why do autonomous public agencies use performance management techniques? Revisiting the role of basic organizational characteristics
K Verhoest, J Wynen
International Public Management Journal 21 (4), 619-649, 2018
26*2018
Explaining effective HRM implementation: A middle versus first-line management perspective
S Op de Beeck, J Wynen, A Hondeghem
Public Personnel Management 47 (2), 144-174, 2018
262018
Internal performance-based steering in public sector organizations: Examining the effect of organizational autonomy and external result control
J Wynen, K Verhoest
Public Performance & Management Review 39 (3), 535-559, 2016
252016
How multiple organizational changes shape managerial support for innovative work behavior: Evidence from the Australian Public Service
J Wynen, J Boon, B Kleizen, K Verhoest
Review of Public Personnel Administration 40 (3), 491-515, 2020
232020
Innovation and export competitiveness: Evidence from Flemish firms
R Belderbos, F Duvivier, J Wynen
Working Paper Steunpunt Ondernemen en Internationaal Ondernemen (STOIO), 1-39, 2009
212009
An estimation of the determinants of same-day visit expenditures in Belgium
J Wynen
Tourism Economics 19 (1), 161-172, 2013
192013
Just keep silent… Defensive silence as a reaction to successive structural reforms
J Wynen, B Kleizen, K Verhoest, P Lęgreid, V Rolland
Public Management Review 22 (4), 498-526, 2020
182020
Are public organizations suffering from repetitive change injury? A panel study of the damaging effect of intense reform sequences
J Wynen, K Verhoest, B Kleizen
Governance 32 (4), 695-713, 2019
182019
Effective HRM implementation by line managers: Relying on various sources of support
S Op de Beeck, J Wynen, A Hondeghem
International Journal of Public Administration 40 (2), 192-204, 2017
162017
Improving dynamics or destroying human capital? The nexus between excess turnover and performance
J Wynen, B Kleizen
Review of Managerial Science 13 (2), 303-325, 2019
152019
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