Marco Guerci
Marco Guerci
Ricercatore di Organizzazone Aziendale, Università degli Studi di Milano
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Translating stakeholder pressures into environmental performance–the mediating role of green HRM practices
M Guerci, A Longoni, D Luzzini
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (2), 262-289, 2016
Progressing in the change journey towards sustainability in healthcare: the role of ‘Green’HRM
M Pinzone, M Guerci, E Lettieri, T Redman
Journal of Cleaner Production 122, 201-211, 2016
Effects of ‘green’training on pro-environmental behaviors and job satisfaction: Evidence from the Italian healthcare sector
M Pinzone, M Guerci, E Lettieri, D Huisingh
Journal of Cleaner Production 226, 221-232, 2019
Deploying environmental management across functions: the relationship between green human resource management and green supply chain management
A Longoni, D Luzzini, M Guerci
Journal of Business Ethics 151 (4), 1081-1095, 2018
The impact of human resource management practices and corporate sustainability on organizational ethical climates: An employee perspective
M Guerci, G Radaelli, E Siletti, S Cirella, AB Rami Shani
Journal of Business Ethics 126 (2), 325-342, 2015
A paradox view on green human resource management: Insights from the Italian context
M Guerci, L Carollo
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (2), 212-238, 2016
Organizational ethical climates and employee's trust in colleagues, the supervisor, and the organization
V Nedkovski, M Guerci, F De Battisti, E Siletti
Journal of business research 71, 19-26, 2017
The consensus between Italian HR and sustainability managers on HR management for sustainability-driven change–towards a ‘strong'HR management system
M Guerci, M Pedrini
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 25 (13), 1787-1814, 2014
‘Activists in a suit’: Paradoxes and metaphors in sustainability managers’ identity work
L Carollo, M Guerci
Journal of business ethics 148 (2), 249-268, 2018
Green and nongreen recruitment practices for attracting job applicants: exploring independent and interactive effects
M Guerci, F Montanari, A Scapolan, A Epifanio
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (2), 129-150, 2016
The endogenous cannabinoid system in the gut of patients with inflammatory bowel disease
A Di Sabatino, N Battista, P Biancheri, C Rapino, L Rovedatti, G Astarita, ...
Mucosal immunology 4 (5), 574-583, 2011
Intervention research as management research in practice: Learning from a case in the fashion design industry
G Radaelli, M Guerci, S Cirella, AB Shani
British Journal of Management 25 (2), 335-351, 2014
Training evaluation in Italian corporate universities: a stakeholder‐based analysis
M Guerci, E Bartezzaghi, L Solari
International Journal of Training and Development 14 (4), 291-308, 2010
Serum hepcidin in inflammatory bowel diseases: biological and clinical significance
G Bergamaschi, A Di Sabatino, R Albertini, F Costanzo, M Guerci, ...
Inflammatory bowel diseases 19 (10), 2166-2172, 2013
Diversity challenge: An integrated process to bridge the ‘implementation gap’
R Riccò, M Guerci
Business Horizons 57 (2), 235-245, 2014
Training evaluation: an analysis of the stakeholders' evaluation needs
M Guerci, M Vinante
Journal of European Industrial Training, 2011
Moving toward stakeholder-based HRM: A perspective of Italian HR managers
M Guerci, AB Shani
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (6), 1130-1150, 2013
Talent management practices in Italy–implications for human resource development
M Guerci, L Solari
Human Resource Development International 15 (1), 25-41, 2012
Organizational learning mechanisms and creative climate: insights from an Italian fashion design company
S Cirella, F Canterino, M Guerci, AB Shani
Creativity and Innovation Management 25 (2), 211-222, 2016
A process model of collaborative management research: The study of collective creativity in the luxury industry
S Cirella, M Guerci, AB Shani
Systemic Practice and Action Research 25 (3), 281-300, 2012
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