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About Mehmet A. Orhan

Mehmet A. Orhan, PhD, is an economist, organizational psychologist, and lecturer. He completed his undergraduate studies both in management and economics at the University of London in association with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He obtained his graduate degrees from DePaul University Chicago and Solvay Business School. He is an affiliated researcher at Tilburg University and lectures in the Department of Psychology of the Faculty of Arts at Charles University in Prague.

Task Virtuality – Missing Link in the Virtuality Research in Organizations?

As a doctoral researcher in organizational behavior and information management fields, I had been looking for the answers that can shed light on the individual responses to the virtuality in organizations. As the existing research fixated its focus on the team virtuality in particular, I had the belief that when an employee works in a [...]

By | January 12th, 2016|Research Output|0 Comments

Lecture – Motivation

Before starting how motivation took attention in the field of management, we need to understand the core idea of the businesses. There are several questions we may want to ask: Why do we need businesses, and what are the ultimate goals of businesses in the society? No matter what businesses do, their reason for existence is [...]

By | October 18th, 2015|Charles University, IOPSY, Motivation|0 Comments

Ofiste Teknoloji, Yalnızlık ve Yabancılık Hissi

İşyerinde artan teknoloji çalışanlarda yalnızlaşma, yabancılaşma, iş memnuyeti ve kişisel performansı direkt olarak etkiliyor. Geçen sene yayınlanan bir araştırmaya göre, 15 Avrupa Birliği ülkesinin iş yaşam kalitesinde 1995-2005 yılları arasında ciddi bir düşüş yaşandığı, yürütülen işlerin yapısının değiştiği; karmaşıklık derecesinin azaldığı fakat yoğunluğun arttığı gözlemlenmiş. Aynı araştırmaya göre, İngiltere, Almanya, İtalya ve İspanya'da, işlerin [...]

By | May 4th, 2015|Research Output|1 Comment