Print Email Facebook Twitter Workplace Innovation as a process Title Workplace Innovation as a process: examples from Europe Author Oeij, P.R.A. Preenen, P.T.Y. Dhondt, S. Contributor McMurray, A.J. (editor) Muenjohn, N. (editor) Weerakoon, C. (editor) Publication year 2021 Abstract Redesigning organisations and work processes can lead to better organisational performance and jobs in general (e.g., Bloom & van Reenen, 2010; Boxall, 2012; Boxall & Macky, 2009). Workplace innovation (WPI), a specific approach focusing on participative organisational redesign, is beneficial for both business performance and the quality of jobs. The benefits of WPI have been documented for both employees and organisations across a range of organisational and national contexts. For example, WPI has been linked to both improved individual-level outcomes, such as indices of the quality of working life and improved organisational performance (Dhondt & van Hootegem, 2015; Dhondt, Vermeerbergen, & van Hootegem, 2017; Oeij, Rus, & Pot, 2017). Hence, companies that care about their performance and employees could consider the adoption and implementation of WPI. Hoofdstuk 11. Subject WorkplaceInnovationJobsOrganisations To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:fccc17c0-195c-4c4e-8e63-b1b80eef4a4a DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-59916-4 TNO identifier 946994 Publisher Palgrave MacmillanPalgrave Macmillan, Cham ISBN 9783030599164 Source The Palgrave Handbook of Workplace Innovation, 199-221 Document type bookPart Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.