🔖What is "Job Crafting "
Professor Amy Wrzesniewski talk about that in this interesting video. Job Crafting : on creating meaning in your own work.
Job crafting is the process of employees redefining and reimagining their job designs in personally meaningful ways (Wrzesniewski & Dutton, 2001). These changes, in turn, can influence the meaningfulness of the work. By meaningful work, we refer to work that employees believe is significant in that it serves an important purpose (Pratt & Ashforth, 2003).
Amy Wrzesniewski is an American organizational psychologist.
She attended the University of Pennsylvania before pursuing graduate study in organizational psychology at the University of Michigan, where she earned her master's and doctoral degree. Prior to joining the Yale University faculty in 2006, Wrzesniewski taught at New York University. At Yale, she started as an associate professor of management, and was appointed to a full professorship in 2015. She was named the Michael H. Jordan Professor of Management in 2018.