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Almudena CAÑIBANO is an Associate Professor in Human Resource Management at the ESCP Business School Madrid Campus. She holds a PhD in Employment Relations and Organizational Behaviour from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She also holds degrees from Complutense University of Madrid, Autonomous University of Madrid and Paris Dauphine University, in Management Research, Management and Human Resource Management respectively. Before joining ESCP Business School, she taught diverse Human Resource Management topics at the London School of Economics (UK), Garrigues Business School  (Spain) and The Strategy Academy (India) among other institutions.

Since joining ESCP Business School she has been the Academic Director of the MSc in International Strategy and Consulting (2013-2016) and the MSc in Digital Project Management and Consulting (2017-2020).

Her research focuses on the changing nature of work and its connection to employee experiences. She has studied innovative work organization systems, flexible working, human resource management and their effect on occupational health, employee wellbeing and organizational performance.

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Academic Articles

2020

AVGOUSTAKI, A., A. CAÑIBANO

Motivational Drivers of Extensive Work Effort: Are Long Hours Always Detrimental to Well-being?

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, 59(3), 355-398

ESCP Impact Papers

2020

CAÑIBANO, A., P.CHAMAKIOTIS, E.RUSSELL

Virtual teamwork and employee well-being: The Covid-19 effects

ESCP Impact Papers, 2020-25-EN

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Academic Articles

2019

CAÑIBANO, A.

Workplace flexibility as a paradoxical phenomenon: Exploring employee experiences

HUMAN RELATIONS, 72(2), 444–470

Academic Articles

2013

CAÑIBANO, A.

Implementing innovative HRM: Trade-off effects on employee well-being

MANAGEMENT DECISION, Vol. 51, Issue 3, pp. 643-660

Conference Presentations

2013

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Balancing unintended consequences of organisational innovations on the employment relationship

European Forum For Studies of Policies for Research and Innovation (EU-SPRI)

Chapters

2012

CAÑIBANO, A., O.BASILIO, M. P.SANCHEZ

Side effects of organizational innovations: an exploratory study of negative effects

In: Challenging the Innovation Paradigm, SVEIBY K. E., GRINPENBERG P., SEGERCRANTZ B. (Eds.) Routledge, 203-228

Conference Presentations

2012

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Unexplored sides of flexibility: examining ambiguities and negative well-being outcomes

Academy of Management (AOM)

Conference Presentations

2011

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Exploring the Negative Outcomes of Workplace Innovations.

British Academy of Management, 25

Conference Presentations

2011

NA

Innovative HRM and Work Intensity: a systematic review

European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM), 26

Chapters

2010

MARSDEN, D., A.CAÑIBANO

An Economic Perpective on Employee Participation

In: Oxford Handbook of Participation in Organizations, WILKINSON A., GOLLAN J. P., MARCHIGTON M. and LEWIN D. (Eds.) Oxford University Press, pp. 131-163 32 p.