Sandra Groeneveld
Sandra Groeneveld
Professor of Public Management, Institute of Public Administration, Leiden University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei fgga.leidenuniv.nl
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Implementing change in public organizations: The relationship between leadership and affective commitment to change in a public sector context
J Van der Voet, BS Kuipers, S Groeneveld
Public Management Review 18 (6), 842-865, 2016
1822016
Quantitative methods in public administration: Their use and development through time
S Groeneveld, L Tummers, B Bronkhorst, T Ashikali, S Van Thiel
International Public Management Journal 18 (1), 61-86, 2015
1552015
Diversity management in public organizations and its effect on employees’ affective commitment: The role of transformational leadership and the inclusiveness of the …
T Ashikali, S Groeneveld
Review of Public Personnel Administration 35 (2), 146-168, 2015
1512015
A contingency approach to representative bureaucracy: power, equal opportunities and diversity
S Groeneveld, S Van de Walle
International Review of Administrative Sciences 76 (2), 239-258, 2010
1442010
Why do nurses intend to leave their organization? A large‐scale analysis in long‐term care
LG Tummers, SM Groeneveld, M Lankhaar
Journal of advanced nursing 69 (12), 2826-2838, 2013
1262013
National context in work-life research: A multi-level cross-national analysis of the adoption of workplace work-life arrangements in Europe
L Den Dulk, S Groeneveld, A Ollier-Malaterre, M Valcour
European Management Journal 31 (5), 478-494, 2013
1232013
Overeducation, wages and promotions within the firm
S Groeneveld, J Hartog
Labour Economics 11 (6), 701-714, 2004
1182004
Talking the talk or walking the walk? The leadership of planned and emergent change in a public organization
J Van der Voet, S Groeneveld, BS Kuipers
Journal of Change Management 14 (2), 171-191, 2014
1132014
Diversity policies in public and private sector organizations: An empirical comparison of incidence and effectiveness
S Groeneveld, S Verbeek
Review of Public Personnel Administration 32 (4), 353-381, 2012
902012
Diversity management for all? An empirical analysis of diversity management outcomes across groups
T Ashikali, S Groeneveld
Personnel Review, 2015
862015
Diversity and employee turnover in the Dutch public sector
S Groeneveld
International Journal of Public Sector Management, 2011
842011
The impact of servant leadership on organisational commitment among the highly talented: the role of challenging work conditions and psychological empowerment
L Asag-Gau, D Van Dierendonck
European Journal of International Management 5 (5), 463-483, 2011
792011
A new test of the construct validity of the CarerQol instrument: measuring the impact of informal care giving
RJ Hoefman, NJA van Exel, SL de Jong, WK Redekop, WBF Brouwer
Quality of Life Research 20 (6), 875-887, 2011
65*2011
Strategisch HRM in de publieke sector
B Steijn, S Groeneveld
Uitgeverij Van Gorcum, 2009
632009
Organizational socialization in public administration research: A systematic review and directions for future research
S Moyson, N Raaphorst, S Groeneveld, S Van de Walle
The American Review of Public Administration 48 (6), 610-627, 2018
552018
A change management perspective on public sector cutback management: Towards a framework for analysis
E Schmidt, S Groeneveld, S Van de Walle
Public Management Review 19 (10), 1538-1555, 2017
552017
Held back and pushed forward: leading change in a complex public sector environment
J van der Voet, B Kuipers, S Groeneveld
Journal of Organizational Change Management, 2015
512015
How many hours do you have to work to be integrated?
P Bevelander, S Groeneveld
International Migration, 2010
482010
Goal setting in teams: Goal clarity and team performance in the public sector
M Van der Hoek, S Groeneveld, B Kuipers
Review of public personnel administration 38 (4), 472-493, 2018
472018
Minderheden in beeld: SPVA-02
S Groeneveld, Y Weijers-Martens
Instituut voor Sociologisch-Economisch Onderzoek (ISEO), 2003
472003
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