Accelerating employee-relate scholarship in service management: Research streams, propositions, and commentaries

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Subramony , M , Ehrhart , K , Groth , M , Holtom , B C , van Jaarsveld , D D , Yagil , D , Darabi , T , Walker , D , Bowen , D E , Fisk , R P , Grönroos , C & Wirtz , J 2017 , ' Accelerating employee-relate scholarship in service management: Research streams, propositions, and commentaries ' , Journal of Service Management , vol. 28 , no. 5 , pp. 837-865 . https://doi.org/10.1108/JOSM-02-2017-0055

Title: Accelerating employee-relate scholarship in service management: Research streams, propositions, and commentaries
Author: Subramony, Mahesh; Ehrhart, Karen; Groth, Markus; Holtom, Brooks C.; van Jaarsveld, Danielle D.; Yagil, Dana; Darabi, Tiffany; Walker, David; Bowen, David E.; Fisk, Raymond P.; Grönroos, Christian; Wirtz, Jochen
Contributor: Hanken School of Economics, Marketing, Helsinki
Belongs to series: Journal of Service Management
ISSN: 1757-5818
Abstract: Purpose The purpose of this paper is to accelerate research related to the employee-facets of service management by summarizing current developments in multiple research streams, providing propositions, and articulating new directions for theory and empirical inquiry. Design/methodology/approach Seven scholars provide short reviews of the core topics and findings from four employee-related research streams – collective turnover, service climate, emotional labor, and occupational stress; and generate propositions to guide future theoretical and empirical work. Four distinguished service scholars – David Bowen, Ray Fisk, Christian Grönroos, and Jochen Wirtz comment upon these research streams and provide future directions for accelerating employee-related research in service management. Findings All four research-streams yield insights that have the potential to advance service management research. Commentaries from the distinguished scholars further integrate this work with key concerns within service management including technology-enablement, transformative services, and service strategy. Originality/value This paper is unique in its scope of coverage of management topics related to service and its aim to promote interdisciplinary dialog between service management scholars and researchers conducting employee-related research relevant to services.
Date: 2017
Subject: 512 Business and Management
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