Between interdependence and autonomy: Toward a typology of work design modes in the new world of work
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Human resource management
New world of work
Work design
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Reiche, B. S. (2023). Between interdependence and autonomy: Toward a typology of work design modes in the new world of work. Human Resource Management Journal, 1– 17.
Despite the rapid pace with which the world of work has been transforming, our concept of work design—the content and organization of work tasks, activities, relationships, and responsibilities—has remained remarkably resistant to change. This shortcoming not only limits our theoretical understanding of work design but also constrains organizations' ability to sufficiently adapt to human resource management (HRM) needs in the new world of work. I review the principal categories of work design to theorize about a typology of work design modes and their inherent HRM configurations. The typology proposes four ideal-typical modes—organization-defined work design, self-directed internal work design, formalized external work design, and self-governing work design—that differ in their requisite degrees of work interdependence and work autonomy. In a second step, I exemplify the conceptual dimensions of the typology in relation to three organizations using the case study as illustrative convention. The typology has several implications for theory, practice, and future research on work design and HRM.
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