Person-Environment fit: optimizing the physical work environment

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Workplace managers’ decisions on office design interventions are still dominated by cost criteria, instead of the positive effects design decisions could have on different employee outcomes (e.g., engagement, productivity, health and wellbeing) and thus on organizational effectiveness. This chapter reviews existing evidence from different academic disciplines for effects of the physical workplace on employees, and relates this to the needs-supply fit aspect of Person-environment fit theory regarding the three basic human needs at work: competence, autonomy and relatedness. Through a discussion of individual choice and control, the authors emphasize that a one-size-fits-all workplace strategy does not exist, as optimal fit depends on personal characteristics, the task at hand, organizational culture and other aspects.
TaalEngels
TitelOrganizational behaviour and the built environment
RedacteurenRemi Ayoko, Neil Ashkanasy
UitgeverijRoutledge Taylor & Francis Group
Hoofdstuk14
Pagina's251-267
Aantal pagina's17
ISBN van geprinte versie9781138053533
StatusGepubliceerd - 26 jul 2019

Vingerafdruk

Person-environment fit
Work environment
Work place
Employees
Health
Personal characteristics
Autonomy
Organizational culture
Well-being
Productivity
Costs
Organizational effectiveness
Human needs
Managers

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Appel - Meulenbroek, H. A. J. A., Le Blanc, P. M., & de Kort, Y. A. W. (2019). Person-Environment fit: optimizing the physical work environment. In R. Ayoko, & N. Ashkanasy (editors), Organizational behaviour and the built environment (blz. 251-267). Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
Appel - Meulenbroek, H.A.J.A. ; Le Blanc, P.M. ; de Kort, Y.A.W./ Person-Environment fit : optimizing the physical work environment. Organizational behaviour and the built environment. redacteur / Remi Ayoko ; Neil Ashkanasy. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2019. blz. 251-267
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