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Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies Now Indexed in Thomson Reuters!

December 16, 2014 1462

JLOS_72ppiRGB_powerpointWe’re pleased to announce that Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies is now indexed in Thomson Reuters’ Social Science Citation Index! The journal will receive its first impact factor when they are released next June.

Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies is the official journal of the Midwest Academy of Management. It publishes research articles on leadership and organizational studies, focusing in particular on the intersection of these two areas of study. The journal aims to provide scholarly understanding of the effective application of leadership and other issues in an organizational context. Articles apply to both the researcher and the professional, and in all types of articles, special attention is given to practical implications.

The journal is edited by Fred Luthans of University of Nebraska, John Slocum of Southern Methodist University, Kenneth R. Thompson of DePaul University, and Julia Teahen of Baker College.

In honor of this distinction, you can read the latest issue of Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies for free through the end of the year! Click here to access the Table of Contents.

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thumbnails.phpFred Luthans is University and Holmes Distinguished Professor of Management at the University of Nebraska. A former President of the Academy of Management and editor of three journals, his research has been devoted to psychological capital since he formulated the construct over a decade ago.

jslocumJohn Slocum is Professor Emeritus in the Cox School at Southern Methodist University, Distinguished Scholar in SMU’s Guild Hall, and an adjunct professor of organizational behavior in the Jindal School of Management, University of Texas, Dallas. He held the O. Paul Corley Endowed chair in organizational behavior for more than three decades and served as President of the Eastern Academy of Management in 1973.

kthompsonKenneth R. Thompson is Professor and the former Chair of the Management Department at DePaul University. Ken received his Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska in 1977. He has published in several journals including The Academy of Management Executive, Organizational Dynamics, the Journal of Social Psychology, in the areas of organizational behavior, Total Quality Management, self-efficacy, and goal setting. He has co-authored four textbooks and four invited chapters. Ken’s current research interests include application of Total Quality Management approaches to service and academic institutions, self-efficacy, and goal setting.

julia_teahen_1415994636_6Julia Teahen is the President of Baker College Online and mother of three. She loves online education, ed tech, innovation, social media, leadership, management history, photography, crocheting, quilting/sewing, crafting, and baking. She has over 20 years of experience in distance education. Dr. Teahen serves as Managing Editor for the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies and Editor of the Journal of the North American Management Society. She is also the webmaster for the North American Management Society and the Management History Division of the Academy of Management.

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