Combining a person-centred and ecological approach to develop, implement, evaluate and sustain workplace innovation in organizations: Intervention mapping

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Workplace innovation (WPI) aims to strengthen both an organization’s performance and the employees’ quality of work life by improving the work environment in an organization. This contribution proposes the intervention mapping (IM) protocol to develop, implement, and evaluate and sustain WPI in an organization. IM combines person-centred and ecological (multilevel) views to involve individuals who function on diverse levels within an organization. The protocol applies theory-based change strategies to establish concrete and effective individual and environmental changes that are tailored to the local context of the organization.

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van Doorn, R. R., Kok, G. & Ruiter, R. A., (2019) “Combining a person-centred and ecological approach to develop, implement, evaluate and sustain workplace innovation in organizations: Intervention mapping”, EWOP in Practice 11(1), 32–52. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/ewopinpractice.87114

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Robert R. A. van Doorn (Maastricht University)
Gerjo Kok (Maastricht University)
Robert A. C. Ruiter (Maastricht University)

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