Firms operate in an environment which is influenced by external forces like, government, professional associations, the competitors and other similar organizations operating in the organizational field (Dimaggio & Powell, 1983); knowledge intensive firms, are no exceptions. Purpose of this article is to devise comprehensive conceptual and statistical models for opening the black-box between high-involvement HR practices and innovative work behavior of employees working in knowledge intensive companies. The article explains the Ability-Motivation-Opportunity framework as the generating mechanism through which HR practices affect innovative work behavior through psychological empowerment and supportive work environment. Propositions are developed for future research endeavors, in order to substantiate and validate the proposed models.
High-involvement HR practices, AMO framework, Psychological empowerment, Supportive work environment, Innovative work behavior
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Ur Rehman, W., & Ahmad, M. (2015). AMO framework and psychological empowerment: Conceptual model decoding the black box between HRM and innovative work behavior. Business Review, 10(1), 86-101. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.54784/1990-6587.1316
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