Proceedings of the Second International Conference On Economic and Business Management (FEBM 2017)

Does perceived insider status affect individual performance?--To the perspective of the mediating role of members "Team Boundaries"

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Xiao-qiang Ma, Shi-pan Yang
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https://doi.org/10.2991/febm-17.2017.14How to use a DOI?
Keywords
perceived insider status; social identity; team boundaries work; OCB; performance
Abstract
Whether the identity of the team's insiders is recognized is an important factor that affects the behavior of employees and the performance of the staff, but the research on the impact of insider's cognition on performance is lacking. This paper explores the relationship between Perceived Insider Status, Team Boundaries Work, Organizational Citizenship Behavior and job performance based on social identity theory. This paper argues that the team members are perceived by the relationship between the individual and their own groups under the psychological process of social identity, and choose the group relationship with boundary permeability to further improve the organizational citizenship behaviour and the job performance in order to realize the team's success.
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Proceedings
Second International Conference On Economic and Business Management (FEBM 2017)
Part of series
Advances in Economics, Business and Management Research
Publication Date
October 2017
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978-94-6252-423-1
ISSN
2352-5428
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/febm-17.2017.14How to use a DOI?
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This is an open access article distributed under the CC BY-NC license.

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