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Innovating Service Design Meant Adding Value at the End of Life

Figuring out how to do service research with a very special population – but one we will all be part of eventually — was a challenge met by the creators of Trajectory Touchpoint Technique.

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Social Science, STEM and Career Skills: Not ‘Either/Or’ But ‘Both/And’

As Lina Ashour has recently written, SAGE Publishing has helped make possible a report by the UK’s Campaign for Social […]

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Testing-the-Waters Policy With Hypothetical Investment: Evidence From Equity Crowdfunding

While fundraising is time-consuming and entails costs, entrepreneurs might be tempted to “test the water” by simply soliciting investors’ interest before going through the lengthy process. Digitalization of finance has made it possible for small business to run equity crowdfunding campaigns, but also to initiate a TTW process online and quite easily.

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Management-by-Generation: Does Your Generation Provide the Answer to How You Should Be Managed?

Establishing management techniques for an age diverse workforce according to their distinct generational characteristics which differentiate their orientations to work is an idea worth examining, argue Cara Reed and Robyn Thomas.

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Instilling a Higher Sense of Purpose in Business Education

For all the talk of social consciousness at academic conferences, personal wealth remains the imprimatur of business success par excellence. How then, we asked ourselves, can business schools expect their students to take ethics and social responsibility truly seriously?

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Business and Biodiversity: A View from the Inside

‘Do well by doing good’ is a mantra for management that sounds promising, but is it realistic? In today’s post, Clément Feger, an assistant professor at AgroParisTech and a researcher at Montpellier Recherche en Management at the Université de Montpellier, offers work he did that looks at one company’s efforts to foster sustainability in the environment and the balance sheet, and offers models for others to follow.

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Collective Leadership for Everyone in the Organization?

Joe Raelin argues that democratic organization can exist and be developed without hierarchical control. There is ample evidence across civilization and time that humans can self-organize without hierarchical structure.

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Changing Perspectives, Changing Views: COVID and Agile Organizations

Chris Worley, professor of organizational theory and management at Pepperdine University’s Graziadio Business School, and Claudy Jules, the head Google’s Center of Expertise on Organizational Health and Change, offer context behind their commentary, “COVID-19’s Uncomfortable Revelations About Agile and Sustainable Organizations in a VUCA World,” in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science.

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Integrating Newcomers: Studying the Socialization of Skilled Migrants

Quite often discussions about skilled migrants center on the receiving country’s reaction to the migrants, rather than the experiences of the migrants themselves. In this article from the Journal of Management, Phyllis Tharenou, vice president and executive dean of the College of Business, Government and Law of Flinders University, and Carol T. Kulik, a research professor of human resource management at the University of South Australia Business School, address this absence specifically in the academic management literature.

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Collaboration, Coordination and Cooperation Between Organizations

The terms “collaboration,” “coordination” and “cooperation,” write Xavier Castañer and Nuno Oliveira in a recent paper published by the Journal of Management, underpin both the organizations they describe and the study of those organizations, and yet the terms themselves are inconsistently defined and therefore their use can be imprecise or even downright confusing.

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What’s Your Exit Strategy?

Innovation systems that focus solely on exiting and generating investor profits are not designed to help nurture the best innovations for society.

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How One Study on Entrepreneurial Orientation Would Impact the Field

An Interview with a 10-Year Impact Award Winner  Amidst a pandemic, when research findings are published at breakneck speeds, our appreciation for previously published research to build […]

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Pioneer of Mangement Research Methodology: Mark Easterby-Smith, 1948-2020

Mark Easterby-Smith, a pioneer in the creation of research methodology for management studies and co-author of the foundational text of that field, died on April 15 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 72.

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Infectious Diseases and Long-Run Innovation Consequences

Today we welcome two scholars from Texas’s Baylor University whose research into how pathogens affect innovation has taken on new prominence in the wake of the current pandemic.

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Empty Grocery Shelves! Are Supply Chains Resilient Enough?

Toilet paper shortages, profiteering from hand sanitizer and empty shelves in grocery stores. Thanks to COVID-19, governments in most industrialized […]

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A Brief Guide to Eco-Leadership

SAGE author Simon Western has written a guide to eco-leadership, a new leadership paradigm for organizations in the climate emergency. For Academic Book Week, we asked him to present a short guide to its principles.

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A Renaissance Primer on Academic Writing

Stoyan V. Sgourev, possibly the only management professor teaching (and indulging in) art history, argues that many of the key principles that guided the evolution of painting during the Italian Renaissance can be usefully applied to the domain of academic writing. Leonardo quite likely never intended to articulate advice on writing as an intellectual activity, but Stoyan borrows generously from his style and writings in formulating a number of basic principles that can help connect with the reader in a similar way to his paintings.

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Unleashing the Opportunity of Research in Latin America

An upward trend in the productivity of Latin American researchers, increased collaboration between them and scholars from other regions, and societal, cultural, and economic characteristics all make Latin America an ideal “natural laboratory” to build and test management theories.

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It’s About Time: For Shareholders and Bondholders Alike, Temporal Orientation is What Really Counts

When it comes to supporting long-term value enhancing strategies, the temporal orientation (i.e., whether they are dedicated or transient investors) of both shareholders and bondholders matters much more than the type of security they purchased

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Measuring and Modeling the Unobservable

The authors of a recent article in Project Management Journal We believe the implications arising from this recent research have the potential to change the debate regarding the relative merits of the several structural equation modeling methods.

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Why Unlearning Matters? How to Unlearn?

The importance of unlearning, or abandoning obsolete beliefs, values, knowledge, and routines, for the growth of both organizations and individuals, is generally well-known in management learning and human resource fields. But it often misses action on the level of the individual.

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Should Everyone Have a Work Spouse?

Marilyn Whitman and Ashley Mandeville discuss their recent paper on the work spouse phenomenon. It appears in the Journal of Management Inquiry.

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What Can Extraordinary Researchers Tell Us About Doing Good Research?

In this Business and Management INK post, Viktor Dörfler and Colin Eden of the University of Strathclyde Business School write about their research with 19 Nobel laureates examing how people at the ‘grandmaster’ level define what makes for good research .

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Learning to Use fMRI in Organizational Research

The authors of a new paper on neurofinance — a relatively new area of research that strives to understand financial decision making by combining insights from psychology and neuroscience with theories of finance — discuss some of the issues they grappled with in using imaging technology for their research.

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Extreme-Team Research: An Approach to Overcoming Research Obstacles

Researching the performance and management of extreme teams, which work in unconventional environments on high-risk tasks, presents a number of […]

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The Role of Collaboration in Tourism Research

[We’re pleased to welcome Gang Li of Deakin University. Gang recently published an article in Journal of Hospitality & Tourism […]
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Do Reputation Rankings Influence the Perception of Firms?

[We’re pleased to welcome Michael Barnett of Rutgers University. Michael recently published an article in Business & Society with co-author […]
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One Strategy Does Not Fit All: A Look at Impression Management

Impression management describes the act of trying to control the first impression someone might have of an individual. It refers […]

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Developing a Food Involvement Scale to Study Food Tourism

In recent years, food tourism has seen a spike in popularity, but how can researchers better understand the impact of […]

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Critical Reflection: Real Life Applications for Mezirow’s Theory

[We are pleased to welcome Henriette Lundgren. Henriette published an article in Human Resource Development Review entitled “On Critical Reflection: […]
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The Positive Collective: The Impact of Positivity on Team Performance

[We’re pleased to welcome Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock. Nale recently published an article in Group & Organization Management entitled “Understanding Positivity Within […]
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The Impact of Family Management on Firm Technological Innovation

Does family involvement in management impact the technological innovation of a firm? In a recent article published in Family Business Review, entitled […]

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Psychological Ownership and the Entrepreneurial Behavior of Middle Managers

[We’re pleased to welcome Michael Mustafa of the University of Nottingham. Michael recently published an article in Journal of Leadership […]
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Illustrating the Intricacies of Team Communication

Illustrating communication and conversation in organizational teams is easier than it seems–all you need is a ball of string. The […]

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Protecting Students’ Intellectual Property

[We’re pleased to welcome Sarah Wright of the University of Canterbury. Sarah recently published an article in Journal of Management […]
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Do the Benefits of Work Engagement Extend Beyond the Office?

Studies of work engagement and the associated positive outcomes tend to focus on the effects of engagement exclusively in the […]

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How Do Small Businesses in Developing Countries Participate in Social Irresponsibility?

[We’re pleased to welcome Vivek Soundararajan of Birmingham Business School. Vivek recently published an article in Business & Society entitled […]
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Gareth Morgan On Re-Imagining Images of Organization

As part of the newly published July 2016 issue of Journal of Management Inquiry, in the article entitled “Re-Imagining Images of […]

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Moderation and Mediation in Strategic Management Research

[We’re pleased to welcome Herman Aguinis of George Washington University School of Business. Herman recently published an article in Organizational […]
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Do Managers Act Territorially of Their Employees?

Working with the same employees over an extended period of time can lead managers to establish strong relationships with their […]

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Top Five Articles from Organizational Research Methods

Summer is just around the corner, bringing with it longer days and warmer weather. To celebrate the season, we present […]

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Motherhood earnings penalties and work-family policies: Is more always better?

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Boss Abuse and the Consequences of Subordinate Payback

How do employees respond to boss abuse? A new article published in Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, entitled “Boss Abuse and […]

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How Organizational Fit Impacts Workplace Stress

[We’re pleased to welcome Jeremy Mackey. Jeremy recently published an article entitled “Do I Fit In? Perceptions of Organizational Fit […]
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How to Recover Customer Trust After Unsatisfactory Service

[We’re pleased to welcome Kenny Basso of IMED Business School. Kenny recently published an article in Journal of Service Research, […]
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How Coca-Cola Uses Social Media to Promote Corporate Social Initiatives

What is the most effective way for companies to implement corporate social marketing (CSM)? In the Social Marketing Quarterly article “Examining Public […]

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Do New Sports Facilities Prompt New Business in Local Communities?

How well do new sports facilities promote economic growth in a community? Recently published in the Journal of Sports Economics, the article “Do […]

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Understanding Vocational Education in Industrialized Countries

[We’re pleased to welcome Nuria Rodriguez-Planas. Nuria published an article in ILR Review in March  2015, entitled “A Road Map […]
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How Fortune 500 Companies Maximize Web Presence

The online presence of corporations has become increasingly important in the digital age, not only in terms of where corporations […]

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How Does Difficulty of Recruitment Impact Discrimination Against Applicants?

[We’re pleased to welcome Stijn Baert of Ghent University. Stijn published an article in ILR Review entitled “Is There Less […]
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Book Review: The Evolution of a New Industry: A Genealogical Approach

Israel Drori, Shmuel Ellis, Zur Shapira : The Evolution of a New Industry: A Genealogical Approach. Stanford, CA: Stanford University […]

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Book Review: Womentrepreneurs: Inspiring Stories of Success

The Hindu Business Line recently published a book review by Aarati Krishnan for the book Womentrepreneurs: Inspiring Stories of Success by […]

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Explaining the Recent Decline of Retirement Plans

[We’re pleased to welcome Teresa Ghilarducci of The New School for Social Research. Teresa published an article in ILR Review, […]
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Defining and Exploring Boundary Conditions

While it is easy to agree that boundary conditions are an important part of theory development and research, it is […]

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Read the New Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly!

The June 2016 issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available online and can be accessed free for the next […]

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Labor Economics and May Day throughout the Year

As in recent years, work and economic issues have been on the minds of citizens worldwide – and not just […]

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Indian Entrepreneurship and Its Varied Manifestations: A Historical Perspective

Stories have always captured the imagination of man. Be it timeless epics, like the Mahabharata and Ramayana, or more recent […]

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Do Consumers Avoid Genetically Modified Wines?

[We’re pleased to welcome Christina Chi of Washington State University. Christina recently published an article in Cornell Hospitality Quarterly entitled “Ready […]
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Introducing the Journal of Workplace Rights!

[We’re pleased to welcome Joel Rudin. Joel is the Editor for the Journal of Workplace Rights, a SAGE Open journal […]
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Optimizing Performance Management Systems in the Energy Sector

[We’re pleased to welcome Rui Vieira of University of Amsterdam. Rui recently published an article in Organization & Environment, entitled […]
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How the Myth of Meritocracy has Perpetuated Gender Inequality in Academia

Despite claims to award university appointments based on meritocracy alone, gender inequality continues to impact the number of women in […]

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The Impact of Employee Experience on Productivity and Firm Innovation: A Study of Italy’s Slowdown

[We’re pleased to welcome Francesco Daveri and Maria Laura Parisi. Francesco and Maria recently published an article in ILR Review […]
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Social Networking Sites as an Emerging Organizational Form

Because the landscape of the digital industry is always changing, its organizational structures have to be more malleable in form; […]

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Rethinking How We Measure Corporate Social Responsibility

[We’re pleased to welcome Gunther Capelle-Blancard. Gunther recently published an article in Business & Society with co-author Aurélien Petit entitled […]
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Award-Winning Journal of Management Education Article on Business Studios

We are pleased to congratulate Stefan Meisiek of University of Sydney and Daved Barry of Jönköping International Business School , […]

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Is It Possible to Reduce Poverty and CO2 Emissions Simultaneously?

[We’re pleased to welcome Denis Collins. Denis recently published an article in Organization & Environment entitled “Managing the Poverty-CO2 Reductions […]
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New Podcast: Tomika Greer on Using HRD to Support Repatriates

In the latest podcast from Human Resource Development Review, Tomika Greer of University of Houston discusses the article she co-authored with […]

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How Does Job Displacement Impact Heart Health?

[We’re pleased to welcome Paul Devereux of University College Dublin. Paul recently published an article in ILR Review entitled “Losing […]
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Why Do Women Leave Science and Engineering Fields?

To say that women are underrepresented in science and engineering fields is an understatement. It is also an oversimplification, because […]

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Grappa: A Radical Success Story

There was a time not too long ago when grappa, the popular Italian grape-based brandy, was considered a poor man’s […]

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Mindfulness Leads to Positive Outcomes at Work

Mindfulness training can help individuals increase their attention and awareness, but how can this present-centered mindset help in the workplace? The recent article […]

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Whitened Résumés: How Race and Diversity Impacts the Application Process

What do employers look for in job applications? This is an essential question for job seekers, and depending upon how […]

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CEOs Can Make Work Feel More Meaningful by Encouraging Innovation

How much impact does a CEO’s behavior have on employees’ perceptions of the meaningfulness of their work? A recent article published […]

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What Can Leaders Learn from Rock Climbing?

[We’re pleased to welcome Diane Bischak and Jaana Woiceshyn. Diane and Jaana recently published an article entitled “Leadership Virtues Exposed: […]
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Pinterest as a Social Tool for the Classroom

As a social media site, Pinterest has long been used as a tool for sharing planning, brainstorming, and inspiration. The […]

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Management Practices: Complementarity is the Key

[We’re pleased to welcome Arthur Grimes of Motu Economic and Policy Research and University of Auckland. Arthur recently published an article […]
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New Podcast: Henriette Lundgren on Mezirow’s Theory and Its Operationalization

In the latest podcast from Human Resource Development Review, Henriette Lundgren discusses the article she co-authored with Rob Poell entitled, […]

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Do Applicant Reactions to Selection Systems Matter? Let Us Count the Ways…

[We’re pleased to welcome Talya Bauer of Portland State University. Talya recently published an article in Group & Organization Management […]
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The March Issue of Public Personnel Management is Now Online!

The March 2016 issue of Public Personnel Management is now available and is free to access for the next 30 days. The […]

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How is the Media Hindering Gender Equality and Women’s Human Rights?

The news media has the potential to play a critical role in improving gender equality and women’s human rights. However, […]

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The March Issue of World Future Studies is Now Online!

The March 2016 issue of World Future Review is now available and can be read online for free for the next 30 days. […]

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Connecting with the Community: Stephen Pinfield on Institutional Open Access Funds

[We’re pleased to feature an interview, originally posted on the SAGE Connection blog, with Bailey Baumann and Stephen Pinfield. Stephen Pinfield […]
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Is There A Skill Shortage in the US?

[We’re pleased to welcome Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Peter recently published an article […]
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Job Satisfaction and Work Climate: New Collections from GOM!

Group & Organization has added two new article collections to the Editor’s Choice Collections. The new Job Satisfaction collection offers […]

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Tension Between Generations Points to a Shift Away from Masculine Organizations

[We’re pleased to welcome Kristen Lucas of University of Louisville. Kristen recently published an article in Journal of Management Inquiry, […]
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All That Glitters is Not Gold: Pay Inequality in Hollywood

The gender-wage gap is not a newly discovered phenomenon, but recently, pay inequality has been pushed into the limelight by […]

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The American Economist Is Now Online!

We’re pleased to announce that The American Economist is now online with a new, special March 2016 issue! The special issue takes a […]

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New Podcast: Kincy Madison on Agency and Stewardship Theory

In the latest podcast from Family Business Review, assistant editor Karen Vinton speaks with Kincy Madison of Mississippi State University about […]

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What Role Does Location Play in Teacher Collective Bargaining?

[We are pleased to welcome Lesley Lavery of Macalester College. Lesley recently published an article in ILR Review with co-authors […]
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Meetings and Team Management: Are traditional meetings still relevant in today’s tech-driven world?

Not for nothing are so many “Dilbert” comic strips set in meetings. Notorious for wasting  time, dulling motivation and draining creativity, […]

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The Benefits of Establishing Causal Order in Longitudinal Studies

[We are pleased to welcome Gerhard Kling of University of London. Gerhard recently published an article in Organizational Research Methods, […]
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Apprenticeship Returns: What’s Gender Got to Do with It?

[We are pleased to welcome Harry Krashinsky of University of Toronto. Harry published an article in the October 2015 issue […]
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Tourism as a Tool for Peace and Revitalization in Afghanistan

Much has been said on the tragedy and complications of war, more than can be expounded upon here. But considering the complexity of […]

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Recipe for Success: Optimizing Sales Compensation with Pay Level and Pay Mix

[We’re pleased to welcome Pankaj M. Madhani of ICFAI Business School (IBS). Pankaj recently published an article in Compensation & […]
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Fair Enough: How Managers Can Establish a Fair Identity

[We’re pleased to welcome Terri Scandura of University of Miami, who co-authored an article in Journal of Leadership and Organizational […]
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Emotion in Family Business and Entrepreneurship

Family business and entrepreneurship are not often studied together, and yet both fields incorporate research on the impact of emotions. Research […]

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The Trajectory of Success in Hollywood: The Roller Coaster Careers of Film Directors

[We’re pleased to welcome Babis Mainemelis of The American College of Greece. Dr. Mainemelis recently published an article in Journal […]
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Anything but Arbitrary: Actors and Outcomes of Employment Rights Arbitration

What factors impact employment rights arbitration? Can the gender of the arbitrator effect the amount rewarded? Is their a correlation […]

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Discovering Surprising Connections: The Key to Finding Content?

Where do researchers go first to find new scholarly materials? Do researchers relay on recommendations from peers and faculty members […]

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How Leaders Succeed and Fail at Communicating Change to Subordinates

[We’re pleased to welcome Timothy Hartge of University of Michigan-Dearborn, who co-authored an article published in International Journal of Business […]
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Are Academy Awards Effective Signals of Quality Films?

The Academy Awards is a well-established celebration of talent and achievement in the film industry. Yesterday marked the Oscars’ 88th award ceremony, […]

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Failure: What Can Businesses Learn When Things Go Wrong?

Failure has long carried costs and stigma, both personal and professional. In some business sectors, though, notably the technology industry, […]

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Does Employer Branding Influence a Candidate’s Job Application Decisions?

Employer branding is mainly concerned with creating and improving the image of an organization as an employer or as a […]

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Star Performers: Three Types of Star Employees that Excel at Value Creation

Stellar classification has long been used in astronomy to differentiate stars and predict stellar evolution, but can a similar typology […]

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Watch Business & Management Videos on SAGE Video with a Free 30 Day Trial!

In honor of the recent release of the new Business & Management video collection, SAGE Video is offering a free […]

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A Visual Approach to Professional Communication

[We’re pleased to welcome Deborah C. Andrews of University of Delaware, author of the article “Making the Familiar Strange: Thinking […]
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The Workplace Bully is Not Always a Lone Wolf

[We are pleased to feature a post from the LSE Business Review website, originally posted here, on the Journal of […]
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Is Skills Training on the Decline in the US?

Employer-sponsored training plays an important part at all levels of business. On the individual scale, employee-sponsored training can improve productivity […]

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Book Review: Everything in Its Place: Entrepreneurship and the Strategic Management of Cities, Regions, and States

David B. Audretsch : Everything in Its Place: Entrepreneurship and the Strategic Management of Cities, Regions, and States. New York: […]

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Innovation and Inclusion: The Role of Shared Stories in Family Firms

[We’re pleased to welcome Nadine Kammerlander of University of St. Gallen. Dr. Kammerlander recently published an article in the December […]
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Fitting In at Work: Perceptions of Organizational Fit as a Resource for Employees

Working with others can be a challenge, not only in terms of navigating the different personalities and behaviors of coworkers, but […]

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Seeking Serendipitous Scholarly Discoveries: SAGE Recommends

Research is a fickle process–at times, carefully planned searches and methodical approaches yield a bounty of relevant information, and other […]

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How Do Aggressive Communication Traits Impact Organizational Assimilation?

[We’re pleased to welcome Michael Sollitto of Texas A&M University. Dr. Sollitto recently published an article in International Journal of […]
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Status Update: How Do Organizations Respond to a Dip in Status?

Status has the potential to return concrete benefits for organizations, but status is subject to change over time, which begs […]

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New Podcast: Tyge Payne on Empirics in Family Business Research

In the latest podcast from Family Business Review, assistant editor Karen Vinton speaks with Tyge Payne of Texas Tech University about the […]

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Success Story: How the Adelante Program Uses Social Marketing to Engage Latino Youth

[We’re pleased to welcome William Douglas Evans of George Washington University. Dr. Evans recently published an article in the March […]
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The March Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is Now Online!

The March issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available and can be read online for free for the next […]

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Old Stress, New Stress, Bad Stress, Eustress: Challenging Employees with Positive Organizational Stress

[We’re pleased to welcome Wendy Becker of Shippensburg University. Dr. Becker recently published an article in Human Resource Development Review […]
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Diversify and Conquer: An Argument for Reinvigorating Marketing Science with Behavioral Science and Humanities

[We’re pleased to welcome Gerald Zaltman of Harvard Business School and Olson Zaltman Associates. Dr. Zaltman recently published an article […]
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William H. Starbuck on How Journals Can Improve Research Practices in Social Sciences

This year marks the 60th Anniversary of Administrative Science Quarterly, presenting an opportunity to not only celebrate the success of […]

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Award-Winning Journal of Management Education Article on Learning-Inhibitory Introductory Textbooks

Robert A. Snyder of Northern Kentucky University recently won the first Ruane National Prize for Innovation in Business Education for his […]

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Is Value Creation from Human Connection an Area of Opportunity for Companies to Stand Out?

Company executives believe they know the value of their product or service they provide, but the true judge of value […]

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Good in Theory, Bad in Practice: Corporate Social Marketing in the Alcohol Industry

Corporate social marketing (CSM) campaigns are used to improve the image of a wide variety of companies. Each CSM initiative […]

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A New Method for Judging the Quality of Experiential Learning

[We’re pleased to welcome Makoto Matsuo of Hokkaido University. Dr. Matsuo recently published an article entitled, “A Framework for Facilitating […]
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Pushing the Boundaries: Studying the Boundaryless Creative Careers of Film Directors

Creative careers can differ quite a bit from the average 9-to-5 desk job, but only some go so far as […]

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Book Review: The Problem with Work

The Problem with Work: Feminism, Marxism, Antiwork Politics, and Postwork Imaginaries. Kathi Weeks; Durham: Duke University Press, 2011, 304 pp., […]

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Reviewing Family Firm Succession Literature with a Social Exchange Perspective

[We’re pleased to welcome Joshua Daspit of Mississippi State University. Dr. Daspit recently published an article in Family Business Review […]
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Advice for would-be textbook authors on approaching a publisher and writing a proposal

Last month I was invited to take part in a panel discussion for early-career faculty thinking about their first book […]

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Leaders Like Martin Luther King Jr. Are Important Role Models for Leadership Students

Few leaders can compare to Martin Luther King Jr.–to this day, he remains a role model for effective and ethical leadership. […]

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New Podcast: Alex Bolinger and Kory Brown on Learning from Entrepreneurial Failure

In the latest podcast from Journal of Management Education, associate editor Jane Murray talks with authors Alex Bolinger and Kory Brown about […]

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A Matter of Formality: How Dress Code Can Impact Customer Behavior

How an individual dresses can be quite revealing about their personality and how they would like to be perceived, but there is […]

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Book Review: Unions and Class Transformation: The Case of the Broadway Musicians

Unions and Class Transformation: The Case of the Broadway Musicians. Catherine P. Mulder; New York and London: Routledge, 2009, xiii […]

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About Time: How Temporal Construal Changes Customer Satisfaction

Time works wonders–it’s a familiar saying that speaks to the fluid nature of an individual’s experiences, and how, as time […]

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Avoiding Fetishism in the Study of Entrepreneurship

[We’re pleased to welcome Bill McKelvey of the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. McKelvey recently published an article in […]
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Follow the Leader: Leadership Lessons from Rock Climbing

Although the concept of ethical leadership has not been neglected in leadership studies, it remains a vague and poorly defined idea. […]

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Book Review: Strategic Social Marketing

Jeff French and Ross Gordon, Strategic Social Marketing. London: SAGE Publications, Ltd. 2015. 448 pp. $155.00 (hardcover), $59.00 (paper-back), $37.60 […]

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New Podcast: Nadine Kammerlander on How Shared Stories Impact Family Firm Innovation

In the latest podcast from Family Business Review, assistant editor Karen Vinton and author Nadien Kammerlander discuss the article, “The […]

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Happy New Year from Management INK!

To celebrate winter on this New Year’s Eve, here is a collection of beautiful, winter-themed art: Pancake Tuesday (Maslenista) by […]

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This Year in Review: The Top 5 Management INK Posts from 2015

As the year comes to an end, we’d like to celebrate by taking a look back at some of the […]

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How Important is Self-Managing Leadership for Crisis Management?

Crises are common in the modern world and the value system of leaders plays a crucial role in effectively managing […]

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Book Review: The Paradox of Generosity: Giving We Receive, Grasping We Lose

C. Smith, H. Davidson (2014). The paradox of generosity: Giving we receive, grasping we lose. New York, NY: Oxford University […]

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Celebrating Holiday Traditions From Around the World!

If there is one thing to be said about the holiday season, it is that there are plenty of unique […]

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The January 2016 Issue of Journal of Management Inquiry is Now Online!

The January 2016 issue of Journal of Management Inquiry is now available and free to read for the next 30 […]

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Book Review: A Social Strategy: How We Profit from Social Media

Mikolaj Piskorski: A Social Strategy: How We Profit from Social Media. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2014. 275 pp. $29.95, […]

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Up-and-Coming: How Urbanization Sparks Entrepreneurship in Cities

[We’re pleased to welcome Boyd Derek Cohen and Pablo Muñoz. Dr. Derek and Dr. Muñoz recently published an article in Organization […]
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Using Big Data in Organizational Research

Mobile computing technology is rapidly evolving. With the advent of new, wearable electronic sensors comes the potential to find new […]

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Book Review: Voice and Involvement at Work: Experience with Non-Union Representation

Voice and Involvement at Work: Experience with Non-Union Representation. Edited by Paul J. Gollan, Bruce E. Kaufman, Daphne Taras, Adrian […]

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Machiavellian and Motivated: How Managers Can Turn Employee Selfishness into Pro-Organization Behavior

Machiavelli famously argued that it is best to be both loved and feared, which is all good and well for […]

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Applying a Business Model Perspective to Sustainability Solutions

[We’re pleased to welcome Caroline Gauthier of Grenoble Ecole de Management. Professor Gauthier co-authored an article with Bettina Gilomen of Grenoble […]
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Book Review: Terrified: How Anti-Muslim Fringe Organizations Became Mainstream

Christopher Bail: Terrified: How Anti-Muslim Fringe Organizations Became Mainstream. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2015. 223 pp. $35.00, hardcover. You […]

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Tweet All About It: Using Twitter as an Inexpensive Communication Tool

In recent years, social media has changed the way that companies and customers interact. For many companies, social media platforms […]

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Positive Communication Improves Group Performance

[We’re pleased to welcome Hassan Abu Bakar of  Universiti Utara Malaysia. Dr. Abu Bakar recently published an article with co-author […]
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Teaching Future Teachers: An Argument for Incorporating More Teaching Preparation in Business Doctoral Programs

In sharp contrast to MBA and undergraduate business programs, business doctoral programs face far fewer limitations and guidelines on program […]

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Book Review: Epinets: The Epistemic Structure and Dynamics of Social Networks

Mihnea C. Moldoveanu, A. C. Joel Baum: Epinets: The Epistemic Structure and Dynamics of Social Networks. Stanford, CA: Stanford Business […]

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Environmental Proactivity: An Economic Booster for Firms?

[We’re pleased to welcome Jesús Valero-Gil of University of Zaragoza. Professor Valero-Gil co-authored an article with Pilar River-Torres, Concepcion Garces-Ayerbe, […]
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Introducing the New Editor of World Future Review!

We’re pleased to welcome the new editor of World Future Review, James Allen Dator! Jim Dator graciously provided us with some […]

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How Do CEOs Shape Corporate Culture?

In some ways, corporate culture is the personality of a company, and just like human personalities, corporate cultures can vary […]

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Delectable Reads: An Abundance of Book Reviews and Articles About Food

Still thinking about all of the delicious Thanksgiving food from yesterday? Here is a food-themed collection of book reviews and articles for you […]

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Announcing the Winner of Public Finance Review’s Outstanding Paper Award of 2015

We’re pleased to congratulate Timothy F. Page and Karen Smith Conway, winners of the Outstanding Paper Award of 2015 from […]

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Gather Classroom Data and Encourage Learning with the Attendance2 App

[We’re pleased to welcome Cathy Finger of St. Mary’s College. Professor Finger published a review entitled “iOS Application, ‘Attendance2′” in the April […]
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Unequal to the Task: Task Segregation As a Mechanism of Inequality for Women at Work

Gender inequality studies have long focused on identifying the material disparities between men and women in the workforce, including researching […]

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Journal of Management Education’s Editors on the Invisibility of Reviewers

For reviewers, anonymity can be both a good thing and a bad thing. While anonymous reviews allow reviewer’s freedom to […]

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Technology Extends Learning and Engagement Outside of the Classroom

[We’re pleased to welcome Gavin Northey of University of Western Sydney. Professor Northey published an article entitled “Increasing Student Engagement Using […]
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The Business of Bumble Bees: A Look at the Relationship Between Business and Biodiversity Loss

Small though they may be, bumble bees play a large part in the environment. As pollinators, bees assist in the […]

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Book Review: How Matter Matters: Objects, Artifacts, and Materiality in Organization Studies

Paul R. Carlile, Davide Nicolini, Ann Langley, Haridmos Tsoukas , eds.: How Matter Matters: Objects, Artifacts, and Materiality in Organization […]

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Read Family Business Review’s December Issue!

The December 2015 issue of Family Business Review is now available to read for free for the next 30 days! […]

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Video: Peter Northouse on His Bestselling Leadership Textbook

The latest edition of Leadership: Theory and Practice takes a unique approach to teaching leadership theories and skills. In addition […]

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Is Work Autonomy an Important Factor for Employees’ Workplace Creativity?

In the current global competitive business environment, organizations prioritize more innovative and creative performance by employers. Technologies and approaches are […]

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Food Banking and Hunger in the United States

[We’re pleased to welcome Michael Elmes of Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Professor Elmes published an article entitled “Food Banking, Ethical Sensemaking, and Social Innovation in […]
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Funny Business: Humor as a Leadership Tool

Humor plays an important part in the workplace, particularly in the manager-subordinate relationship. With the right combination of humor style […]

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How Can Anthropology Bring a New Perspective to Corruption Research?

[We’re pleased to welcome Bertrand Venard of Audencia Nantes School of Management and Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Venard recently […]
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Mixing Business and Ethics: How the Rotary Club Encouraged Ethical Business Practices

Large corporations have long been the focus of corporate social  responsibility (CSR) studies. Such studies seem to support the separation […]

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How Can Mental Models Illuminate Decision-Making and Learning Processes?

[We’re pleased to welcome Robin Grenier of the University of Connecticut. Dr. Grenier recently published an article with Dr. Dana Dudzinska-Przesmitzki in the […]
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How Do Customers and Companies Benefit from Service Firm Transparency?

[We’re pleased to welcome Andreas B. Eisengerich, who collaborated with Omar Merlo, Seigyoung Auh, and Hae Eun Helen Chun on […]
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Organization and Environment Seeks New Editor

Organization & Environment invites applications for the position of Editor. The term of office is three years beginning January 1, […]

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The American Economist is Now Accepting Submissions!

You can now submit electronically to The American Economist through SAGE Track! As an official publication of Omicron Delta Epsilon, […]

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Why Would You Choose to Revisit a Dissatisfying Restaurant?

We’re pleased to welcome Dr. Gabriele Pizzi of the University of Bologna. Dr. Pizzi recently collaborated with Gian Luca Marzocchi, […]

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Charles Snow on the Evolution of Organizations

[We’re pleased to welcome Charles C. Snow of The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Snow recently published his article entitled “Organizing […]
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Kim and Jensen (2011). How Product Order Affects Market Identity Repertoire Ordering in the US Opera Market

Republished with permission. The original post was published on the ASQ Blog. Authors: Bo Kyung Kim – Southern Methodist University […]

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Compensation and Benefits Review is Now on SAGE Track!

You can now submit to Compensation & Benefits Review electronically through SAGE Track! Compensation & Benefits Review publishes scholarly empirical, theoretical […]

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Bridges for Transforming People and Cities: How extraordinary service communities cultivate human flourishing

Republished with permission. The original post was published on the Center for Services Leadership blog. *** By Christopher P. Blocker and […]

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Read Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies November Issue!

The November 2015 issue of Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies is now available to read for free for the […]

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Book Review: The Third Globalization: Can Wealthy Nations Stay Rich in the Twenty-First Century?

The Third Globalization: Can Wealthy Nations Stay Rich in the Twenty-First Century? Edited by Dan Breznitz, John Zysman . Oxford, […]

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Quattrone (2015). Governing Social Orders, Unfolding Rationality, and Jesuit Accounting Practices: A Procedural Approach to Institutional Logics

Republished with permission. The original post was published on the ASQ Blog. *** Authors: Paolo Quattrone – University of Edinburgh […]

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Payal Nangia Sharma on Empowering Leadership Research

[We’re pleased to welcome Payal Nangia Sharma of Rutgers University. Dr. Sharma recently published an article in Group and Organization […]
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New Podcast: Jean Twenge on Generational Attitudes on Women in the Workplace

Recently featured on CBS’s Sunday Morning, Jean Twenge is the author of the best-selling book Generation Me: Why Today’s Young […]

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Transformative Service Research: A Multidisciplinary Perspective on Service and Well-being

Republished with permission. The original post was published on the Center for Services Leadership blog. *** Interview with Laurel Anderson […]

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Congratulations to Group and Organization Management’s Outstanding Reviewers!

We’re pleased to congratulate Andrew D. Brown, Devaki Rau, Chris Robert and Li-Yun Sun, winners of Group and Organization Management‘s […]

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Listen to the Latest Podcast from Human Resource Development Review!

[We’re pleased to welcome Seth A. Jacobson, Jamie L. Callahan, and Rajashi Ghosh, all of Drexel University. They recently discussed […]
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How Has Retailing Evolved?

From general stores to department stores and superstores, retailing has undergone significant changes in the past two centuries. In their […]

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Are Authentic Leadership and Fairness Connected?

[We’re pleased to welcome Christa Kiersch of University of Wisconsin–La Crosse. Dr. Kiersch recently collaborated with Zinta S. Byrne of […]
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How Does Organizational Design Influence the Risk-Taking Perceptions of Managers?

[We’re pleased to welcome Devaki Rau of Northern Illinois University. Dr. Rau recently collaborated with Thorvald Haerem of BI Norwegian […]
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Fostering Shared Leadership in Teams

[We’re pleased to welcome Amelie Grille of Braunschweig University of Technology. Dr. Grille recently published an article with Eva-Maria Schulte […]
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Congratulations to Family Business Review’s Outstanding Reviewer for 2015!

We’re pleased to congratulate Francesco Barbera, winner of Family Business Review‘s Outstanding Reviewer Award for 2015! Dr. Barbera graciously provided […]

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Taking a Closer Look at the Building Blocks of Psychological Contracts

[We’re pleased to welcome Ultan P. Sherman of the University College Cork. Dr. Sherman recently collaborated with Michael J. Morley […]
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Using Social Marketing in China to Reduce the Spread of Cysticerosis

[We’re pleased to welcome Mary Dickey of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Dr. Dickey recently published “Program Evaluation […]
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An Interview With Gareth Morgan on Metaphors in Organization Theory

Well-known for his work in organization theory, Gareth Morgan explored the use of metaphors to help examine organization problems in […]

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What Effect Does Status Endowment Have on Customer Loyalty Programs?

[We’re pleased to welcome Lena Steinhoff of the University of Paderborn in Germany. Dr. Steinhoff recently collaborated with Andreas Eggert […]
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Working for a Living – Jobs, Employment, Labor, Economics

Today is the day in the US when we give a shout-out to all those who labor.  The first Labor Day […]

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When Designing Multiple Channels, Mirror Attributes Matter

[We’re pleased to welcome Maik Hammerschmidt of the University of Göttingen in Germany. Dr. Hammerschmidt recently published an article in the OnlineFirst […]
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The Art of Referencing in Scholarly Articles

The reference section of an academic work is more complex than you might think. The references not only provide validity […]

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Gerald Zaltman on New Marketing Science for Hospitality Practitioners

Gerald Zaltman, Joseph C. Wilson Professor Emeritus at Harvard Business School and creator of  the first patented market research tool […]

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Family Business Review Seeks Proposals for Second Review Issue

Family Business Review is currently accepting proposals for their second Review Issue. The goal of the Review Issue is to […]

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How to Manage Salesforce Performance Measures? An Optimal Choice Between Behavior Versus Outcome Approaches

[We’re pleased to welcome Pankaj M. Madhani of ICFAI Business School (IBS) in India. Dr. Madhani is the author of […]
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Thomas A. Wright on Incorporating Character in Business Education

According to The Atlantic, between 2001 and 2010 the annual rate of scholarly article retractions increased by a factor of […]

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Book Review: Paul-Brian McInerney: From Social Movement to Moral Market: How the Circuit Riders Sparked an IT Revolution and Created a Technology Market

Paul-Brian McInerney: From Social Movement to Moral Market: How the Circuit Riders Sparked an IT Revolution and Created a Technology […]

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Journal of Management Seeks Papers on Global Work in the Multinational Enterprise

Journal of Management invites scholars to submit research for an upcoming Special Issue entitled “Global Work in the Multinational Enterprise: […]

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The September Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is Now Online!

The September issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available and can be read online for free for the next […]

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Book Review: Steven Raphael: The New Scarlet Letter? Negotiating the U.S. Labor Market with a Criminal Record

The New Scarlet Letter? Negotiating the U.S. Labor Market with a Criminal Record. By Steven Raphael. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn […]

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What Really Determines an Individual’s Intent for Entrepreneurship?

Setting up a business is the outcome of a long series of intricate choices. It is the process rather than […]

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Congratulations to Academy of Management Award Winner, Larry Williams!

We’re pleased to congratulate Dr. Larry Williams of the University of of North Dakota! Dr. Williams was recently awarded the […]

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SAGE @ AOM 2015!

The Academy of Management 2015 Annual Meeting is officially underway in Vancouver, Canada! This year’s theme is “Opening Governance,” inviting […]

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Come Visit SAGE at AOM 2015!

Friday marks the first day of the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Vancouver! Make sure to […]

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Responsible Management Education – Are Schools Walking Their Talk?

[We’re pleased to welcome Andreas Rasche of Copenhagen Business School. Dr. Rasche recently published an article in the July issue […]
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Don’t Miss the 2015 ICHRIE Summer Conference!

Today is the final day of the 2015 Annual International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (ICHRIE) Summer Conference […]

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Introducing the New Editor of Journal of Sports Economics!

We’re pleased to welcome the new editor of Journal of Sports Economics, Dennis Coates! Dr. Coates graciously provided us with […]

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Robert E. Evert on Empirics in Family Business Research

[We’re pleased to welcome Robert E. Evert of Texas Tech University. Dr. Evert recently published an article in Family Business […]
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Book Review: Bruce Kogut (ed.): The Small Worlds of Corporate Governance

Bruce Kogut (ed.): The Small Worlds of Corporate Governance. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2012. 388 pp. $42.00, hardcover. You can […]

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Are Young Mothers in India Deprived of Maternal Health Care Services?

Young women are at a higher risk of poor birth outcomes. Studies have found increased risk of preterm delivery, intrauterine […]

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Celebrating the launch of JSCAN – the Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiations!

On the 16th of June, we celebrated the launch of the Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiations (JSCAN) the official […]

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Introducing Public Personnel Management’s Incoming Editor!

We’re delighted to welcome the incoming editor of Public Personnel Management, Jared J. Llorens! Dr. Lorens recently took the time […]

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Read the New Virtual Special Issues from The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science!

We’re pleased to announce six new virtual special issues from The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science! Compiled by The Journal […]

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Listen to the Latest Podcast from Family Business Review!

In the latest podcast from Family Business Review, assistant editor Karen Vinton and author Robert Smith discuss his article on […]

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Introducing Journal of Travel Research’s Incoming Editor!

We’re pleased to welcome the incoming editor of Journal of Travel Research Geoffrey Crouch of La Trobe University! Dr. Crouch kindly […]

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Marcia Simmering on the Detection of Common Method Variance

[We’re pleased to welcome Marcia Simmering of Louisiana Tech University. Dr. Simmering recently published an article in Organizational Research Methods […]
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Book Review: Unequal Time: Gender, Class, and Family in Employment Schedules

Unequal Time: Gender, Class, and Family in Employment Schedules. By Dan Clawson Naomi Gerstel . New York: The Russell Sage […]

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How Do Attitudes Towards CSR Influence Job Choices Across Cultures?

[We’re pleased to welcome Cedric E. Dawkins of Dalhousie University. Dr. Dawkins recently collaborated with Dima Jamali, Charlotte Karam, Lianlian […]
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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Hollywood’s Gender-Wage Gap

Kaley Cuoco recently learned the hard way to be careful what you say in an interview after her comments on […]

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Listen to the Latest Podcast from Cornell Hospitality Quarterly!

In the latest podcast from Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, Robert E. Pitts discusses his article “The Influence of Message Framing on […]

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Watch for These Awards from Organization and Environment in 2015!

Organization and Environment is excited to announce that it will be presenting two awards for outstanding articles at the 2015 […]

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Pedro Monteiro and Davide Nicolini on Material Elements in Institutional Work

[We’re pleased to welcome Pedro Monteiro and Davide Nicolini, both of the University of Warwick. Their paper, “Recovering Materiality in […]
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Do You Have Research on Marketing Education?

Journal of Marketing Education provides a forum for the exchange of ideas, information, and experiences related to educating students of […]

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Human Resource Development Review Now Indexed in Thomson Reuters!

We’re pleased to announce that Human Resource Development Review is now indexed in Thomson Reuters’ Social Science Citation Index! The journal […]

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Jeffrey B. Vancouver on Tests of Mediation

[We’re pleased to welcome Jeffrey B. Vancouver of Ohio University. Dr. Vancouver collaborated with Bruce W. Carlson, also of Ohio […]
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How Do Leadership Perceptions Affect Leader-Follower Exchange Quality?

[We’re pleased to welcome Patrick T. Coyle, who collaborated with Roseanne Foti on the article “If You’re Not With Me […]
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Book Review: Plastic Money: Constructing Markets for Credit Cards in Eight Postcommunist Countries

Have some time to read before the new semester starts? Akos Rona-Tas, Alya Guseva : Plastic Money: Constructing Markets for […]

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What Does the Future Hold?

Welcome to 2015! You may have already noticed that the hover boards and flying cars we were promised in “Back […]

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Management INK’s Most Popular Articles of 2014

As 2014 draws to a close, we’d like to take a moment to highlight the top three most read posts […]

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Can Voicing Dissent Lead to Ostracism from a Group?

[We’re pleased to welcome Johny T. Garner of Texas Christian University. Dr. Garner and Debra L. Iba, also of Texas Christian […]
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Happy Boxing Day!

Celebrated in the British Commonwealth, Boxing Day – also known as St. Stephen’s Day – has become a day of […]

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Happy Holidays From Management INK!

In honor of the season, we’re excited to bring you three pages from beautifully crafted illuminated manuscripts! Enjoy!  

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New Podcast! Can Mobile Tablet Menus Help Millennials Make Healthier Choices?

In the latest podcast from Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, author Maryam F. Yepes of Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne, Switzerland discusses her […]

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How Many AACSB Schools of Business Have Faculty Mentoring Programs?

[We’re pleased to welcome Bruce C. Raymond of Colorado State University-Pueblo. Dr. Raymond and Vijay R. Kannan of Utah State […]
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Should We Focus on Service Quality or Emotions? How to Build Customer-Brand Relationships to Increase Marketing Performance

 [We’re pleased to welcome Bettina Nyffenegger of the Institute of Marketing and Management at the University of Bern in Switzerland. […]

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Book Review: Leadership Talk: A Discourse Approach to Leader Emergence

Need last minute shopping ideas? Can’t go wrong with a good book! Walker, R., & Aritz, J. (2014). Leadership talk: […]

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Does your boss find you proactive…or pushy?

[We’re pleased to welcome Gerhard Blickle and Andreas Wihler, both of the University of Bonn. Drs. Blickle and Wihler, collaborated […]
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The Sports Marketing Career of “Tex” Rickard

Born in 1870, George Lewis “Tex” Rickard’s career path was far from traditional. He served time as a Texas marshal, […]

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

We’re pleased to announce that Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies is now indexed in Thomson Reuters’ Social Science Citation […]

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Tips for scholars writing an op-ed

[Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to welcome SAGE Publications’ Michael Todd.] “We need to apply the science of communication to the […]
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Book Review: Ofer Sharone: Flawed System/Flawed Self: Job Searching and Unemployment Experiences

Ofer Sharone: Flawed System/Flawed Self: Job Searching and Unemployment Experiences. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014. 240 pp. ISBN 978-0-226-07336-1, […]

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Ashly H. Pinnington on Competence Regimes in Professional Organizations

[We’re pleased to welcome Ashly H. Pinnington of the British University in Dubai. Dr. Pinnington and Jörgen Sandberg of UQ […]
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Do You Have Research on Macro-Social Marketing?

Journal of Macromarketing is now accepting research for the Special Issue on Macro-Social Marketing! This Special Issue will be guest […]

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What Is Experimental Vignette Methodology?

[We’re pleased to welcome Herman Aguinis and Kyle J. Bradley, both of Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Their […]
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Why Do Careers Plateau?

When faced with a plateau in their career, why do some employees feel stuck and others content? What causes this […]

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Book Review: Steven G. Mandis: What Happened to Goldman Sachs: An Insider’s Story of Organizational Drift and Its Unintended Consequences

Looking for a good read now that the semester is winding down? Steven G. Mandis: What Happened to Goldman Sachs: […]

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Introducing SAGE Language Services!

SAGE is proud to announce the launch of SAGE Language Services, a new online source that provides pre-submission manuscript preparation […]

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Giving through Social Media – How Has Giving Changed?

Yesterday was #GivingTuesday, a day set aside to encourage philanthropy. Following in the footsteps of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, “Giving Tuesday” offers […]

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Madhumita Banerjee on Integration Quality in Multichannel Services

[We’re pleased to welcome Madhumita Banerjee of American University of Sharjah. Dr. Banerjee’s article “Misalignment and Its Influence on Integration […]
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Do Women Really Earn Less Than Men?

According to the White House, women earn 77 cents for every dollar that men make. But how does this statistic […]

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A Day to Celebrate Small Businesses

Today is Small Business Saturday® in the U.S. – a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do […]

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Happy Thanksgiving from Management INK!

Happy Thanksgiving! In celebration of this American holiday, we’re happy to share some Thanksgiving Facts for all to digest! Thanksgiving […]

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What Can Yesterday’s Throwaways Tell Us About Sociocultural Branding?

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure seems to have been the case with Robert Opie, founder of Museum of […]

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How Do Working-Times and Their Effects Vary Across Countries?

[We’re pleased to welcome Peter Berg of the School of Human Resources and Labor Relations at Michigan State University. Dr. […]
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How Does Message Framing Influence Hotel Guests’ Participation in Linen Reuse Programs?

AAA estimates that this Thanksgiving there will be 37.29 million Americans traveling fifty miles or more from home. As many […]

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Towards Organizational Flexicurity?

[We’re pleased to welcome Dr. Andreas Kornelakis of the School of Business, Management and Economics at the University of Sussex. […]
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The Inaugural Annual Review Issue of Small Group Research is Now Online!

[We’re pleased to welcome Joann Keyton of North Carolina State University and co-editor of Small Group Research.] Small Group Research […]
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Is There a Spike in Crime on NFL Game Days?

San Francisco Police were out in force February 3, 2013. Having witnessed chaos after the Giants won the World Series […]

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The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science Celebrates 50 Years!

The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science is celebrating its 50th Anniversary! Since 1965, The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science has continually […]

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Book Review: Oh myyy! There goes the Internet: Life, the Internet, and everything

George Takei has made quite a splash in the world of social media in the last few years.The former Star […]

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Anne Smith on Resources for Teaching Decision Making

[Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to welcome Anne Smith, who collaborated with Cheryl Barksdaleon on the review entitled “Decisions, Decisions . […]
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Do Virtual Teams Communicate Differently Over Instant Messaging?

According to a report released by Global Workplace Analytics in 2013, the number of employees who telecommute has increased by […]

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Fred Luthans Named One of the 30 Most Influential Industrial and Organizational Psychologists Alive Today

We’re excited to congratulate Fred Luthans, a co-editor of Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, for recently being named one […]

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B2B Peer-to-Peer Problem-Solving Communities: A Win-Win for Firms and Customers

[Editor’s Note: A special thanks to Sterling A. Bone, Paul W. Fombelle, Kristal R. Ray, and Katherine N. Lemon who […]
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Does Restaurant Success Depend on More Than Location?

When choosing where to open a restaurant, many businessmen may recall the adage “location, location, location.” But even a prime […]

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Jean Bartunek on Academic-Practitioner Relationships

Jean Bartunek looks at academic-practitioner relationships over the last 50 years and discusses some opportunities going forward in her article […]

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Is OD Dead?

As part of the celebration of 50 years of The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Philip H. Mirvis looks back at […]

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Have we got treats for you!

Today we wanted to mention some great resources that are available to you. Have you visited our Leadership Solutions portal? Whether you’re […]

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What is conscious leading?

The 16th annual meeting of the International Leadership Association (ILA), takes place in San Diego, California this week, October 30-November 2, 2014. As the […]

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What is the Role of Self-Efficacy in Sales Education?

Did you know that sales is one of the top three careers for business graduates (Cummins, Peltier, Erffmeyer, & Whalen, […]

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2013 Impact Factor and Ranking Results

SAGE is pleased to announce a strong performance across its journals portfolio in the recently released 2013 Journal Citation Reports® […]

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Charles Pavitt on Social Influence During Group Decision Making

[Editor’s Note: A special thanks to Charles Pavitt of University of Delaware, who took the time to give us some […]
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Want to Be a Reviewer for Business and Society?

Business and Society is extends an invitation to review for the journal. Business and Society, peer-reviewed and published bimonthly, is […]

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Designing a Course to Teach Social Media Communication

McKinsey Global Institute analyzed 4,200 companies in 2012 and found that by adopting social technologies internally, communication and collaboration could […]

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Congratulations to Seigyoung Auh of Journal of Service Research!

We are delighted to congratulate Seigyoung Auh, winner of Journal of Service Research‘s Best Reviewer Award! Dr. Auh, kindly provided […]

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Jennifer Chandler on Service Systems

[Editor’s Note: A special thanks to Jennifer Chandler, who took the time to give us some insight on the article […]
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Video: Sarah Miller McCune and Daniel Kahneman Discuss Social and Behavioral Sciences

Are social and behavioral sciences receiving the respect they deserve in the US today? SAGE Founder and executive chairman Sara […]

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Journal of Service Research Invites Research on Health Service

 Journal of Service Research is now accepting research for the upcoming special section entitled “Health Service Research: A Multidisciplinary Perspective,” […]

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Connect With Human Resource Development Review!

Ever wondered who’s behind the work at Human Resource Development Review (HRDR)? Or perhaps anticipate what will be in the […]

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William J. Baumol on Social Responsibility

Recently named by Thomson Reuters as one of the scholars predicted to be 2014 Nobel Laureate, William J. Baumol has […]

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The Hidden Costs of Working Sick

Work doesn’t stop when we’re under the weather. But how does feeling bad affect how we perform our jobs? To […]

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Stewart Clegg on Relationships in Organizations

Stewart Clegg, widely acknowledged as one of the most significant contemporary theorists of power relations, recently collaborated with Miguel Pina […]

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Advances in Developing Human Resources Seeks Editor-in-Chief!

Advances in Developing Human Resources is currently welcoming applications for the position of Editor-in-Chief! Published quarterly, each issue of Advances in […]

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How Do Employees’ Perceptions of Workplace Fairness Affect Organizational Commitment?

[We’re pleased to welcome M. Ángeles López-Cabarcos of Universidad de Santiago de Compostela in Spain. She collaborated with Ana Isabel Machado-Lopes-Sampaio-de […]
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Congratulations to Academy of Management Award Winner, Ed Lawler!

We’re pleased to congratulate Ed Lawler, Distinguished Professor at the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California! […]

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What is “Double-Loop” Coaching?

In recent years, interest in coaching has grown significantly and a number of techniques have been explored. But what is “double-loop […]

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Do consumers travel across state lines to avoid taxes?

Excise tax on cigarettes can vary greatly from state to state. According to the National Conference of State Legislature, state […]

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SAGE Founder Sara Miller McCune Honored by Bath and Cardiff Universities

We are pleased to extend our warmest congratulations to SAGE Publications’ founder and executive chairman Sara Miller McCune. In June […]

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Neuroscience and Management Skills Development

Advances in neuroscience have taken off in recent years and show no sign of slowing down. But how can these […]

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Congratulations to the Winner of the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science’s Best Reviewer Award for 2013!

We’re pleased to congratulate Achilles Armenakis, winner of the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science‘s Best Reviewer Award for 2013! Dr. […]

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Designing Better Customer Service Experiences Using “Sticktion”

The customer may always be right, but research has shown that their memory can sometimes fail them when recollecting service […]

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How Does an Organization’s Compensation System and Its Culture Affect Each Other?

[We’re pleased  to welcome Pankaj M. Madhani of ICFAI Business School (IBS) in India. Dr. Madhani is the author of “Aligning […]
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Introducing the New Editorial Team of Group and Organization Management!

We’re pleased to announce that William L. Gardner of Texas Tech University has been appointed as the new Editor of […]

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Submit Your Research to World Future Review!

World Future Review is a refereed journal that seeks to expand communication among the researchers and practitioners now exploring trends […]

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Does the Vocational Setting Affect the Perceived Effectiveness of Leaders?

[We’re pleased to welcome G. Ronald Gilbert of Florida International University. Dr. Gilbert collaborated with Robert C. Myrtle and Ravipreet […]
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Introducing Human Resource Development Review’s New Editor!

We’re pleased to welcome the new Editor of Human Resource Development Review Julia Storberg-Walker of the George Washington University! Dr. […]

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Rosalie L. Tung on the Requisites to Developing a Global Mindset

[We’re pleased to welcome Rosalie L. Tung, author of Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies‘ Distinguished Scholar Invited Essay entitled […]
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An Interview With James G. March From Journal of Management Inquiry

James G. March is well-known for his work A Behavioral Theory of the Firm  which first appeared in 1963 and […]

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Announcing the Winner of the 2013 Best Article Award from the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science!

We’re pleased to congratulate Brenda E. Ghitulescu, winner of the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science‘s 2013 Best Article Award! Dr. […]

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Top Five: Advances in Developing Human Resources

Want to know all about the latest research in human resource development? Take a look at the top five most […]

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Does Group Reflection Affect Individual Learning?

[We’re pleased to welcome Alexander R. Bolinger who collaborated with Julie V. Stanton on the paper “The Gap Between Perceived […]
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Are Corporations Really as Green as They Say They Are?

More and more, consumers are demanding “green” products. In response, many corporations are developing and marketing merchandise billed as environmentally […]

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Congratulations to SAGE Editor Bharat Sarath!

We’re pleased to congratulate Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Editor Bharat Sarath of Rutgers University who was a winner […]

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Celebrate Labor Day with ILRReview!

In celebration of Labor Day, we are pleased to provide you with the latest issue of ILRReview! This Special Issue […]

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Using Creativity and Beauty to Find Solutions

The news isn’t always uplifting: declining home price growth, sinking big business profits, and rising gas prices can make for […]

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Can a Business Be Socially Responsible and Still Make a Profit?

According to Thompson Reuters, sustainability in business once meant a company covering its operating costs with profits. These days that […]

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Award Winning Journal of Management Article on Capitol Hill

 “Age Stereotypes in the Workplace: Common Stereotypes, Moderators, and Future Directions,” by Richard A. Posthuma of the University of Texas […]

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Announcing the 2013 Journal of Service Research Award Winners!

Congratulations to Crina O. Tarasi, Ruth N. Bolton, Anders Gustafsson and Beth A. Walker, winners of the 2013 Best Article […]

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The September Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is Now Online!

The September issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available and can be read online for free for the next […]

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Can Critical Thinking Be Taught in Business School?

In her editorial of the September issue of Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, Melinda Knight explains, There is universal agreement […]

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How Can Strategy Be Integrated with Entrepreneurship?

Read the latest offering from The Journal of Entrepreneurship entitled “Entrepreneurship and Competitive Strategy: An Integrative Approach.” The abstract: The […]

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How Do Regulations Affect Athletes’ Doping Decisions?

In 2013, the International Association of Athletics Federations announced that as of January 1, 2015, any athletes with serious doping […]

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How Should Businesses Respond to Bad Online Reviews?

According to Forbes, 72% of people trust online reviews just as much as they would trust the opinion of a […]

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A Warm Welcome to Journal of Management Education’s New Co-Editors!

We’re pleased to welcome new Journal of Management Education editors Jeanie M. Forray and Kathy Lund Dean. Drs. Forray and […]

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Closing the Academic-Practitioner Gap: Stories of Success

[We’re pleased to welcome Megan W. Gerhardt who collaborated with Kenneth G. Brown and Anders Dysvik on their paper “A […]
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Listen to the Latest Podcast from Journal of Management on “The Chrysalis Effect”

In the latest podcast from Journal of Management, Ernest Hugh O’Boyle Jr, lead author of the article “The Chrysalis Effect: […]

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And the Winner Is…

Group and Organization Management announced the winners of their Best Micro Paper for 2013 and Best Macro Paper for 2013 […]

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Does Peer Influence in Teens Affect Their Parents’ Purchase Decisions?

According to an article featured in the Wall Street Journal, peer influence in teens tends to peak around age fifteen […]

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Can Undocumented Immigrants Be Protected From Wage Theft?

A study done by Pew Hispanic Center found that undocumented immigrants living in the United States earned a median household […]

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Read the Award-Winning Article from Organization and Environment!

We’re excited to announce the winner of the 2014 Best Paper Award from Organization and Environment! Andrew Hoffman of the […]

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Organizational Research Methods Announces the Winner of the 2013 Best Paper Award!

Steve W. J. Kozlowski, Georgia T. Chao, James A. Grand, Michael T. Braun and Goran Kuljanin are this year’s winners […]

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Announcing the Winners of the Journal of Management 2014 Best Paper Award!

We’re pleased to congratulate Richard A. Posthuma of the University of El Paso and Michael A. Campion of Purdue University, […]

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The Handling of Student Suicides by Universities: A Case Study

According to the Suicide Prevention Resource Center, suicide is the second leading cause of death in college students. How can […]

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Congratulations to the Winners of the Research Methods Division Awards!

We’re pleased to announce this year’s winners: 2014 Sage Publications/RMD Distinguished Career AwardPaul Spector 2014 Sage Publications/RMD/CARMA Early Career Achievement […]

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SAGE @ AOM 2014!

Greetings from the city of brotherly love! The Academy of Management 2014 Annual Meeting is officially in full swing! This […]

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Don’t Miss SAGE at AOM!

The 2014 Annual Academy of Management Meeting kicks off tomorrow in Philadelphia and SAGE will be there in full force! […]

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How Do Gendered Behavioral Norms Influence Sri Lankan Women’s Views of Workplace Sexual Harassment?

On July 21, 1960, Sirimavo Bandaranaike became Sri Lanka’s prime minister, a role never before held by a woman in […]

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Special Issue on New Perspectives on Virtual Human Resource Development From Advances in Developing Human Resources

What role does Virtual HRD play in a 24/7 work environment? Can VHRD help virtual teams overcome swift trust development […]

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It’s Not Too Late to Submit Your Case Study to SAGE Business Cases!

Did you miss your chance in March? Good news! SAGE is still looking to commission original business case studies. Please […]

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Are Consumers More Likely to Buy Green Products?

Recently, concern about the environment has become a crucial public issue. Increasing governmental regulations, intensifying consumer environmentalism and growing pressure […]

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How Do Employers Handle Termination Documentation?

One only has to do a quick internet search on job termination practices to find pages upon pages of advice […]

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Read Journal of Marketing Education’s Special Issue on Sales Education and Training for Free!

What factors influence undergraduate business students’ decision to pursue sales education? What’s the role of self-efficacy in sales education? Can […]

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Using Gaming to Help Stroke Recovery

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 795,000 people in the United States experience a stroke every […]

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Did You Hear? When Rumors Are Used As Revenge At Work

According to a 2008 study done by the publishers of the Myers-Briggs Assessment and the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, 85% […]

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Implications for Theory and Practice of Philanthropy in Family Businesses

[We’re pleased to welcome Dr. Alfredo De Massis who collaborated with Giovanna Campopiano and Francesco Chirico on their paper “Firm […]
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Announcing the Winner of the Fritz Roethlisberger Memorial Award for 2013!

We are pleased to congratulate Indiana University’s Janet Hillier and Linda M. Dunn-Jensen, who have received the Fritz Roethlisberger Memorial […]

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Is Your Research Boxed-In?

Many academics find themselves in an increasingly specialized area of research, which has benefits like creating an identity, increasing productivity […]

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Do Technology and Educational Opportunities Boost Tradeshow Effectiveness?

[We’re pleased to welcome Rohit Verma who collaborated with HyunJeong (Spring) Han on their article “Why Attend Tradeshows? A Comparison […]
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Improving Together: Action Learning in a Network

[We’re pleased to welcome comments from David Coghlan and Paul Coughlan, both of Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. Their paper “Effecting […]
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Top Five: What If?

This morning saw the beginning of the World Future Society 2014 annual conference: WorldFuture 2014: What If in Orlando, Florida! […]

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What Can Star Trek Teach Us About Ethics and Reproduction?

Reproductive sciences are becoming more and more advanced and can seem like something out of science fiction these days. In […]

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They Call Me Coach

When it comes to human resource development, there are three types of coaching to consider: managerial coaching, executive coaching and […]

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An Interview With the Internationally Acclaimed Film Director Shekhar Kapur

We’re pleased to feature Journal of Management Inquiry‘s “Meet the Person.” Sonal Minocha, George Stonehouse and Martin Reynolds interviewed film […]

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Summer Reading: Corporate Wrongdoing and the Art of Accusation

Looking for some summer reading for those hazy, lazy days of July? Donald Palmer’s review of Robert R. Faulker’s book […]

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Entrepreneurial Evolution and the Magazine Industry

Happy 4th of July! To celebrate this relaxing, barbeque and family-fun filled holiday, we’re happy to provide you with a […]

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Sustainabilty in Family Businesses

How have family businesses responded to the call for sustainable practices? Authors Magali A. Delmas and Olivier Gergaud recently tested […]

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Why Some Corporations Choose To Be Socially Responsible

Do you know what makes your pans non-stick or your toothpaste and hand soap fight bacteria? According to the European […]

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What is the Organizational Definition of Terrorism?

According to the Department of State’s Country Reports on Terrorism 2013, international terrorist groups are progressively evolving and continue to […]

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Can Sharing Dissatisfaction With Strangers Lead to Happy Customers?

According to Staples, allowing a customer to vent will calm them 90% of the time and allow for retention opportunities. […]

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What Benefits Can Mindfulness Have on Organizational Behavior?

[We are pleased to welcome Ronald Purser. who collaborated with Joseph Milillo on their article entitled  “Mindfulness Revisited: A Buddhist-Based […]
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How Are Salespeople Viewed Around the World?

How do we view salespeople? Are they overly excited individuals selling us products that may or may not work for […]

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What is the “Global Brain”?

Just what is the “Global Brain”? In his article “Global Brain and the Future of Human Society,” Cadell Last defines […]

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Did the Cold War Affect Management Education?

Current political events have called to mind the Cold War Era and the effect that it had on the history […]

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Do Home Foreclosures Affect Some Neighborhoods More than Others?

According to a December 2010 report from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Monthly Labor Review report, the U.S. […]

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How Much is the Organizational Power Structure to Blame for Corrupt Behavior?

Is it easier for someone to be corrupt at different levels within an organization? Does corruption depend on the resources […]

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Plan to Attend the JABS Symposium at AoM!

Going to be at the 2014 Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Philadelphia this summer? Make sure to attend the […]

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Embracing a Corporate Social Responsibility Agenda

Are companies who claim a corporate social responsibility agenda actually aligned with its value system? Line Schmeltz explored this topic […]

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Do Smartphones Affect How We Travel?

It’s no secret that we’re becoming more and more reliant on our cell phones. According to Pew Research Center’s Internet […]

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Using Text Mining for Customer Feedback

[We’re pleased to welcome Francisco Villarroel Ordenes, who is one of five collaborating authors on the article “Analyzing Customer Experience […]
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Was There Social Marketing in Victorian England?

Social Marketing is not a new concept. In his 1952 article G. D. Wiebe asked “Why can’t you sell brotherhood […]

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Interview with Ray Aldag and Belle Rose Ragins

In honor of Journal of Leadership and Organization‘s Midwest Academy of Management Special Issue focusing on “Current Issues in Management,” […]

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Does Mental Ability Affect Question Interpretation on Personality Tests?

[We’re pleased to welcome Amy DuVernet who was the corresponding author on the article “General Mental Ability as a Source […]
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Who is Hurt By Corruption in the United States?

What is the economic impact of corruption? And who is hurt most by these misguided acts? Author Adriana S. Cordis […]

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How Well Do Post-Training Transfer Interventions Help Trainees in the Workplace?

[We are pleased to welcome Jawad Syed, who collaborated with Agoes Rahyuda and Ebrahim Soltani on their article “The Role […]
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Are Online and Blended Classes a Good Fit for Management Education?

Online and blended (both online and in classroom) courses are becoming more and more popular as time goes on. According […]

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Can We Get Teens to Get Tested for STD’s?

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service’s Office of Adolescent Health, approximately 9.5 million adolescents and young […]

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Are CO-OP’s the Future of Health Care?

According to the White House, 8 million people signed up for private insurance in the Health Insurance Marketplace under the […]

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Go Team Girl! Women Empowerment and Olympic Success

Women first took part in the Olympic Games in Paris in 1900, according to the International Olympic Committee. At the […]

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Out of Whack: Textbook Tragedy

[Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to reproduce “Out of Whack: Textbook Tragedy” by Charles M. Vance from Journal of Management Inquiry.] […]
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Is Joint Achievement of Customer Satisfaction and Efficiency Beneficial in Merger Contexts?

[Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to welcome Vanitha Swaminathan, who collaborated with Christopher Groening, Vikas Mittal, and Felipe Thomaz on their […]
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Register to Attend the FFI Research and Education Symposium!

Going to be in the Washington D.C. area this October? You’re invited to attend the FFI Research and Education Symposium! […]

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Applying PsyCap in the Classroom

Psychological Capital has shown great potential in creating positive attitudes and environments in the work place, but could it be […]

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Check Please! Servers’ Choice of Speediness vs Sales and the Significance for Staffing

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the median annual wage of waiters and waitresses to be $18,590. With […]

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Business Communication Quarterly Is Now Business and Professional Communication Quarterly!

Business Communication Quarterly is now Business and Professional Communication Quarterly! According to the editorial by editor Melinda Knight, the name […]

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Out of Whack: Assurance of Learning in Ethical Decision-Making Skills

[Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to reproduce “Out of Whack: Assurance of Learning in Ethical Decision-Making Skills” by Charles M. Vance […]
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Common Beliefs and Reality About PLS

[Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to welcome Dr. Jörg Henseler, who was the corresponding author on the article, “Common Beliefs and […]
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Special Issue on Assessment in Management Education!

Do students learn what their professors intend them to learn? What are the challenges associated with effective utilization of rubrics? […]

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Jerry Davis asks “Why Do We Still Have Journals?”

Gerald F. Davis, editor of Administrative Science Quarterly, explores this question in his editorial essay from the June issue of from […]

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What’s in the Future for Psychological Capital?

In 2006, Fred Luthans coauthored the book Psychological Capital, in which he detailed how boosting positivity in work environments ultimately […]

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Can We Find the Positive in Academic-Practitioner Tensions?

Albert Einstein is quoted to have said, “In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are not.” […]

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Mental Health and Work: Leadership and Well-Being, Part 3 of 3

As we wrap up our series on mental health and work today, we turn to the effects of leadership and well-being. The European […]

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Mental Health and Work: Stress and OB, Part 2 of 3

With economic uncertainty and job insecurity on the rise, stress levels are also at increasingly higher levels. With effects on […]

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Mental Health and Work: Employee Engagement, Part 1 of 3

Results from the U.S. National Co-morbidity Survey, a nationally representative study of Americans ages 15 to 54, reported that 18% […]

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Sneak Preview of the August Issue of Journal of Service Research!

Journal of Service Research is a leading service research journal, offering an international and multidisciplinary perspective on the best management […]

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Journal of Business Communication is Now International Journal of Business Communication!

As you may have noticed, Journal of Business Communication is now International Journal of Business Communication. Why the name change? The […]

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Recruiters Beware: Facebook Information May Not Predict Future Performance

[Editor’s Note: We are pleased to welcome Chad H. Van Iddekinge who collaborated with Stephen E. Lanivich, Philip L. Roth, […]
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Are You Throwing Those Old Jeans in the Trash?

The United States Environmental Protection Agency estimates that only 15% of post-consumer textile waste is recovered each year, leaving a […]

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What is Psychological Capital?

Since the release of his book Psychological Capital in 2006, Fred Luthans has toured the globe lecturing on the idea of […]

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Does Innovativeness Play a Role in Hotel Profitabilty?

[We’re pleased to welcome Izabela Sandvik who collaborated with Dale F. Duhan and Kare Sandvik on their article “Innovativeness and […]
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Public Finance Review’s Special Issue: Analyzing the Redistributive Impact of Taxes and Transfers in Latin America

While Latin America is taking in more tax revenue cumulatively than it did twenty years ago, the International Business Times […]

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Out of Whack: How Do You Measure Academic Career Success?

[Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to reproduce “Out of Whack: How Do You Measure Academic Career Success?” by Charles M. Vance […]
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Special Issue on Coaching and HRD from Advances in Developing Human Resources

In the mid 1990’s, MIT sponsored a study of its employees to find out how to improve their managerial performance […]

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Work, work, work…

Today is International Workers’ Day, also known as May Day, a celebration of the international labor movement. SAGE publishes a […]

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Is It Unfair to Blame Fast-Food Corporations for Obesity?

According to an online article from the Obesity Action Coalition, in the United States there are approximately three hundred thousand […]

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Publishing Qualitative Research

[Editor’s Note: We are pleased to reproduce Trish Reay’s editorial, “Publishing Qualitative Research” from the April issue of Family Business […]
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Can a Humble CEO Benefit The Company?

According to Doug Gutherie, former Dean of George Washington University School of Business and contributor to Forbes, humility is not […]

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Out of Whack: The Birth of Disruptive Innovation Theory

[Editor’s Note: Happy Saturday! We’re pleased to reproduce “Out of Whack: The Birth of Disruptive Innovation Theory” by Charles M. […]
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Workplace Values Across the Generations

According the Economist, the current workforce can mostly be broken down into three generations: Baby-boomers (born between 1946 and the […]

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What is Performance Adaptation?

The workplace has changed over the last few decades. Workers are now required to continuously accommodate new and challenging situations […]

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Do You Know Where Your Food Comes From?

At the end of March, meat producers in North America, including Tyson Foods Inc. and Hormel Foods Corp., lost an […]

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Usability testing at SAGE

Would you like to help shape the features and functionality of SAGE’s online products? We are conducting monthly usability testing […]

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Snowden and … Sophocles? Whistleblowing in Antigone

While figures like Edward Snowden and Julian Assange have been in the public eye in recent years, whistleblowers are not […]

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Out of Whack: On the Strength of Weak Ties

[Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to reproduce Journal of Management Inquiry‘s “Out of Whack” by Charles M. Vance.] Read “Out of […]
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How Satisfied Are Team Members Individually?

[Editor’s Note: We are pleased to welcome Jose M. de la Torre-Ruiz who collaborated with Vera Ferron-Vilchez and Natalia Ortiz-e-Mandojana […]
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The Human Right to Clean Water VS Property Rights

In July of 2010, the United nations identified clean water as a human right. However, less than one percent of […]

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Nothing Certain But Death and Taxes…

It’s unavoidable – tax day comes each year. As a reward and to celebrate the day “after,” we are pleased to offer an […]

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Can Encouragement from Parents Impact Children’s Interests in Math?

In 2009, President Obama launched the “Educate to Innovate” campaign, which called for a nationwide push to motivate students to […]

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Could Smartphones Become a Teaching Tool?

A quick internet search of “smartphone etiquette in class” will give you a fairly straightforward answer: don’t use your phone. […]

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Out of Whack: AQ, PQ, Miscue?

[We’re pleased to reproduce Journal of Management Inquiry‘s “Out of Whack” by Charles M. Vance.] Read “Out of Whack” for […]
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A Focus on High-Quality Research

[Editor’s Note: We are pleased to reproduce Michael LaTour’s editorial from the most recent issue of Cornell Hospitality Quarterly.] More […]
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How Are Editorial Boards Comprised for Marketing Journals?

Becoming a member of an editorial board  can be a paramount step in the life of an academic. Scholars are […]

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How the Internet Has Changed Our Travel Habits

The World Wide Web celebrated its 25th birthday this year, leaving us to reminisce about what life was like before it. […]

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Why Are Some Leaders Selfish?

Abraham Lincoln once said that if you wanted to test a man’s character, give him power. While one would hope […]

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Are Academics Too Serious?

Last December, President Obama said in an interview with talk-show host Steve Harvey that “You can’t take yourself too seriously.” The […]

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Out of Whack: A Scene from a Tenure and Promotion Review Committee Meeting

[We’re pleased to reproduce Journal of Management Inquiry‘s most recent “Out of Whack” by Charles M. Vance.] Read “Out of […]
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Modeling Relational Events

[Editor’s Note: We are pleased to welcome Eric Quintane who collaborated with Guido Conaldi, Marco Tonellato, and Alessandro Lomi on […]
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How Do Students Choose Colleges?

It’s finally spring time! According to the College Board, most high school students take the SAT for the first time […]

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Can Virtual Teams Work Together as Well as Traditional Teams?

A good team is like a well oiled machine. Members have a collective understanding of what needs to be done […]

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Can We Be Happy in a Post-Apocalyptic World?

Scientists predict that in the years to come both temperatures and sea levels could rise, diminishing valuable resources and leaving […]

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Video: Taxonomy of Serious Games for Business

When Marco Greco decided he wanted to create a collaborative creative of business games, he realized he had one major […]

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Using “Sticktion” for a Better Customer Experience

Businesses work hard to ensure that their customers walk away happy. But just how much of a good experience do […]

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About to Reach Your Mid-Career Point?

Transitioning through the mid-career point can be stressful and under the crush of ever multiplying responsibilities one’s professional identity can […]

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Does Marriage Structure Affect How Women are Viewed in the Workplace?

Twenty percent of households in the United States still adhere to the traditional structure in which the wife stays home […]

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Are Plant-Based Diets Better For More Than Just Your Health?

Veganism and vegetarianism are becoming more and more popular as a greater variety of plant-based foods become available. A little […]

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Is There an Economic Future for Eco-Friendly Eateries?

More and more consumers are turning to environmentally friendly products and services, even though this can occasionally mean a higher […]

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Using Crowdsourcing to Improve Employee Satisfaction

Could crowdsourcing replace traditional Performance Reviews? In his article from Compensation and Benefits Review entitled “The Power of the Crowdsourced Performance […]

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Are There Questionable Research Practices in Management Research?

The publishing industry can be competitive. But how far will a potential researcher go to achieve success? Farther than you […]

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Explore Sustainability as Megatrend

Can sustainability be considered a megatrend? If so, just what does this mean for the study of macromarketing? Scholars John […]

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What Role Does Trust Play in the Workplace?

Available to read for free now: Journal of Management‘s new Editor’s Choice collection on trust! This collection features 17 articles […]

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SAGE Opposes FIRST Act

Leading social and behavioral sciences publisher SAGE today joined with science associations and American universities in opposing the FIRST Act. […]

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Impact on Layoff Survivors

With a slow economic recovery well underway, there is a new employment story to be told—those who remain at organizations […]

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Understanding Networking and its Benefits

[We are pleased to welcome Špela Trefalt to Management Ink. Dr. Trefalt’s article “How Network Properties Affect One’s Ability to […]
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Do You Have Research on Coaching?

Many of us have had mentors who helped us move forward in both our careers and day-to-day life. The Journal […]

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Inspiring Change on International Women’s Day

It is International Women’s Day today, observed since the early 1900s to inspire women and celebrate their achievements. To commemorate […]

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The Problem with Surveys in Research

[Editor’s Note: We are pleased to welcome Ben Hardy who collaborated with Lucy R. Ford on their article entitled “It’s […]
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Working on Your Rhetoric Skills? Use Steve Jobs as a Model

No one will debate that Steve Jobs was a charismatic leader. Arguments have been made that his use of rhetoric […]

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How Service Teams’ Perceived Relationship with Their Leader Affects Performance

[We are pleased to welcome Dr. Alexander Benlian. His article titled “Are We Aligned…Enough? The Effects of Perceptual Congruence Between Service […]
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Trying to Improve Marketing Education?

Interested in developing your marketing instruction? Check out the Journal of Marketing Education‘s new Editor’s Choice collection titled “Evidence-Based Methods […]

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Hey Oscar, Are Awards a Double-Edged Sword?

In a study drawn from the world of book awards, two academics suggest that overt and high-profile recognition can reduce the public’s perception of a winning work.

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Are Awards a Double-Edged Sword?

The Oscars have been awarded! But just how does winning an award affect the prizewinner? Not the way you would […]

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Behind the Scenes: Management Research on Film

Talk about films is in the air today as the Oscars/Academy Awards are telecast to a worldwide audience. This means it’s that […]

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Introducing SAGE edge!

[Editor’s Note: This piece was originally posted on SAGE’s blog SAGE Connection and is re-posted here with the kind permission […]
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Family advantage: Why all the doom and gloom

[Editor’s Note: This piece was originally posted on the Family Firm Institute’s blog “The Practitioner” and is re-posted here with […]
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Are Dementia-Friendly Tourist Destinations on the Horizon?

As life expectancy increases, so does the number of dementia cases. Some of us have had a loved one who […]

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Consumer Identification and Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporations are encouraged more and more to consider social responsibilities when producing their merchandise. But do the virtues advertised by […]

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Price and Prejudice: How a Neighborhood’s Ethnic Characteristics Affect Housing Values

Dr. John Yinger looked at Cleveland housing market at the turn of the millennium to see if neighborhood ethnicity impacts […]

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Methodological Issues in Strategy and Strategic Management Research: New ORM Virtual Feature Issue

Organizational Research Methods has a new Virtual Issue on the topic of Methodological Issues in Strategy and Strategic Management Research, […]

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Has Organizational Stigma Research Become Strictly PG?

When out to dinner with one’s mother-in-law, it’s common knowledge that there are simply topics that should not be breached. […]

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Is Self-Plagiarism a Scourge of the Academy?

Here’s an ethical question or two — is it OK to re-use your own words in a new written piece, or is there an expectation of “exclusivity of the written word for each publication”? Drexel’s Jamie L. Callahan examines the moral panic surrounding self-plagiarism.

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Self-Plagiarism in the Academy

In the March issue of Human Resource Development Review, editor Jamie L. Callahan explores this controversy in her editorial, “Creation […]

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Outstanding Paper Award for Public Finance Review

We are pleased to congratulate Javier Espinosa of Rochester Institute of Technology and William N. Evans of at the University […]

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Workplace Harassment Back in the News

With the widely publicized U.S. National Football League (NFL) harassment scandal and the release of the Wells Report once again […]

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Should You Be in Business With Your Spouse?

Happy Valentine’s Day! On a day committed to love and partnership, we wondered: how does working with your loved one […]

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Using Simulation as a Training Tool for Project Management

Educators work hard to make sure their pupils are prepared for their chosen field of work. Inside a classroom, however, […]

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Do Celebrities Influence Our Vacation Destinations?

During the winter doldrums, it’s easy to find yourself daydreaming about where you’d like to escape for vacation. But as […]

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Does Having Healthy Self-Esteem Lead to a More Successful Career?

Every day there are many factors that affect work productivity. Stress and exhaustion, for example, have understandably negative effects, however […]

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Employee Innovation in Family Business Environments

[Editor’s Note: We are pleased to welcome Yannick Bammens, Guy Notelaers, and Anita Van Gils who collaborated on their article […]
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CVS to Stop Selling Tobacco Products: Major Policy Change

Wednesday’s headlines brought us the news that CVS stores will  stop selling tobacco products by October 1st.  As CVS is […]

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Want to Avoid Getting Your Paper Desk-Rejected?

Trying to publish a paper in an academic journal can be a frustrating process for both the author and the […]

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Mandela and his Metamorphosis at Robben Island

[Editor’s Note:  We are pleased to welcome Wayne F. Cascio, University of Colorado-Denver and Fred Luthans, University of Nebraska, Lincoln […]
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Help Readers Find Your Article

The importance of search engines Google and Google Scholar are the principal ways in which people will find your article […]

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Exploring Mixed Methods in Organizational Sciences

Organizational Research Methods invites papers for a Feature Topic on Mixed Methods in the Organizational Sciences. Guest editors for this […]

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Strengthening Manager-Employee Relationships in Face of Dysfunctional Customers

Being told that “the customer is always right” can be maddening for an employee dealing with dysfunctional customers. Relationships between […]

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Are Nature-based Tourist Destinations in the Asia-Pacific Region At Risk?

An interest in nature and nature-based tourism has been steadily increasing in the Asia-Pacific region. But could this growing enthusiasm […]

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Exploring the Effects of Attachment in Work Relationships

In the 21st century, studies on human relationships in the workplace have become a regular occurrence. In the article “Attachment […]

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Do We Know Enough About Emotion in Organizations to Teach About It?

Interest in the emotion in organizations has steadily grown over the last few years. We’re pleased to highlight Janine L. […]

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The Social Impact of the Corporation: A New Virtual Feature Issue from Administrative Science Quarterly

We are pleased to announce a special virtual feature issue now up for Administrative Science Quarterly, titled “The Social Impact […]

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How to Make Collaborative Research Generative? Play the Cards!

[Editor’s Note: We are very excited to welcome Arne Carlsen as a guest editor of Management Ink. Dr. Carlsen collaborated […]
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Exploring Status in Organization and Management Theory

How do scholars define status? Alessandro Piazza and Fabrizio Castellucci, both of Bocconi University, point out in their article “Status in […]

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Get a Better Understanding of Climate Change Issues Through Simulation

Global warming and climate change have become hot-button issues in the past few decades. Many disagree on the long-term effects […]

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Celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. with Diversity in the Workplace

“All men are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in his letter from […]

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Thoughts on Economic Globalization?

Financial globalization has boomed over the last ten decades, bringing with it scholarly fascination and debate.  Has economic globalization helped […]

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Increasing Creativity in the Business Classroom

We’re all familiar with the old saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” But what if this tired phrase […]

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Looking for Social Marketing Research Inspiration?

Research in Social Marketing has celebrated much research success for over forty years. In the latest article from Social Marketing Quarterly, […]

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How Do Industrial Influences Affect Executives?

[Editor’s Note: We are pleased to welcome  Sabina Nielsen of Copenhagen Business School, who collaborated with Siebel Yamak and Alejandro Escribá-Esteve to publish their […]
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Do you have research on Threshold Concepts…

Identifying threshold concepts helps educators understand where their students are hitting road blocks in their coursework and enables them to construct […]

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Management INK in 2013: Revisiting Research on Organizational Performance

 In the spirit of reflection on 2013, we are pleased to highlight one of the most read articles of the […]

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Management INK in 2013

 Before moving forward with what is sure to be a fantastic 2014, let’s take a moment to look back on […]

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100 Innovations That Transformed Tourism

 As long as we are reading lots of lists this time of year, take time out to look at this […]

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Do you have research on Executive Compensation?

Don’t forget that Compensation & Benefits Review  is accepting submissions from researchers and practitioners on the following topics: Pay plan design Performance pay […]

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The 25 Most Beautiful College Libraries in the World

Management INK would like to wish all of you a Merry Christmas! To celebrate the holidays, we’re reprising one of […]

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Towards a Business Game Taxonomy

A recently published article in Simulation & Gaming, titled, “An Exploratory Taxonomy of Business Games” by Marco Greco, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, […]

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Attachment and Autonomy in Work Relationships

In the 21st century, studies on human relationships in the workplace have become a regular occurrence. In the article “Attachment […]

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How does a merger contribute to firm success?

Are successful mergers only geared to wresting efficiencies? Or can there be other considerations that come into play – and […]

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Strategic Management Research from ORM

New from Organizational Research Methods (ORM) ORM is pleased to announce a new virtual issue on the topic of Methodological Issues in […]

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Psychological Science at Work

The Association for Psychological Science recently debuted their business research blog, Minds for Business, devoted to the study of work […]

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Social Discrimination in the Corporate Elite

In the new article from Administrative Science Quarterly, Dr. Sun Hyun Park at University of Southern California and Dr. James D. […]

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Video-Based Research Methods

CALL FOR PAPERS Guest Editors: Paula Jarzabkowski, Curtis LeBaron, Katherine Phillips, and Michael Pratt The editorial team of Organizational Research […]

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Why Give?

Did you know that today is #GivingTuesday, a day set aside nationally to encourage philanthropy? In the midst of Black […]

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The 15 Most Influential Thinkers in Business

Business Insider recently profiled “The 15 Most Influential Thinkers in Business” from the latest management rankings released by the organization […]

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Top Five: Administrative Science Quarterly

Are you looking for cutting-edge, peer-reviewed research on organizational studies? Take a look at the top five articles currently being […]

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Calling For More “Relevance” in Management Research?

Timothy M. Devinney, Leeds University Business School and co-editor of The Academy of Management Perspectives, recently wrote a soapbox piece for […]

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What Is the Future of Work?

Social media, new technologies, millennials and mobility: where will it lead us and how can we prepare? We’re pleased to […]

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MOOCs: Fad or Revolution?

MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) have exploded over the past year, arousing a great deal of interest. Seen as a […]

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Required Reading

We’re pleased to let you know about an important new title from SAGE Publications: Enhancing Evaluation Use by Marlène Läubli Loud and […]

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Stopping Abusive Supervision in the Workplace

In the new article from Business and Society, Dr. Manuela Priesemuth at Wilfrid Laurier University discusses how employees react in […]

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How to Sustain a Publishing Career

In the December issue editorial of Family Business Review, published online today, Professor Mike Wright, Imperial College and Professor Pramodita Sharma, […]

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Building a More Sustainable Business School

Dr. Sanjay Sharma, of the University of Vermont, discusses the ways a Dean can provide support for sustainability research and initiatives […]

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Providing Service for Customer Service Employees

How can managers better serve and protect their employees when unreasonable customer service requests are made? Taeshik Gong at the University […]

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The Guarantee of Service Guarantees

When companies offer service guarantees, do they profit from them as much as the consumer does? Dr. Jeffrey Meyer at […]

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The Cost of Overcoming Profit Loss

While there have been many capitalistic strides to overcome the profit losses between the 1950s and the 1970s, there’s been […]

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University Admissions and Background Checks

Along with good SAT scores, it now takes passing a background check to get into many colleges as universities explore […]

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Environmentally Friendly Improvements and Financial Effects

How do environmentally conscious businesses compare to their less eco-friendly counterparts when it comes to the bottom line? Dr. Javier […]

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The Evaluation of Potential Employees through Social Media

It’s not surprising that employers use social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to gather more information about a potential […]

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The Effect of Tax Exemption on Nonprofit Employees

Do healthcare workers benefit from their employer’s nonprofit status? Paul F. Byrne at Washburn University explores this question in his new article, “Do Workers […]

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Encouraging Exercise in the Elderly

Stephan Dahl of Hull University, Lynne Eagle of James Cook University, and Mustafa Ebrahimjee of the Leigh Primary Care Centre are looking […]

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The Effectiveness Of MBA Program Rankings

A lot of weight is put on news publications’ ranking systems for universities and their programs, but how reliable and worthy are […]

Do you have research on Executive Compensation?

Don’t forget that Compensation & Benefits Review  is accepting bylined articles from experts and practitioners on the following topics: Pay plan […]

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On The Job

Every job requires some kind of training, whether it’s how to make smoothies or how to write complex computer code, […]

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Staying Lean

The phrase, “Lean In” has been on everyone’s lips since the popular book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will […]

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Extraordinary Xtranormal

While there’s always been discussion on how to engage students in learning, Micheal T. Stratton and Mark Julien in the […]

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War of the Texters

When researchers Melvin C. Washington, Ephraim A. Okoro and Peter W. Cardon examined the backlash, if any, from texting during meetings, the results […]

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Prolonged Pickets

  What’s in a protest? Much more than clever slogans! In a new article in the Administrative Science Quarterly, Lori Qingyuan Yue, Hayagreeva […]

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Get Published!

Do you have a paper to submit for Compensation & Benefits Review? Compensation & Benefits Review is accepting bylined articles […]

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Just as Sweet

We’re very excited to help announce that two fantastic journals will have new names in 2014! Journal of Business Communication […]

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Make It Work For You

There are very few good things that can come out of a recession. Extreme couponing aside, Dr. Emily C. Bianchi […]

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Social Marketing and Health Messages

Social marketing is become a major part of our day-to-day life. Let’s face it — you’re currently reading a blog with that […]

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Economic Ecosystems

How do localized industries adapt to not only changing technological environments but also to an ever-changing economy? In today’s market this […]

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More Than a Thousand Words

There’s an old saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words,”  but often in ethnographic research pictures can be forgotten, […]

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JSR Award Winners!

We’re so excited to congratulate Dr. Cheryl Burke Jarvis at Southern Illinois University for being awarded the Journal of Service Research’s […]

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Examination of Strategic Leadership

Strategic leadership styles and their need for further empirical research is compellingly discussed in the newly published article in Journal […]

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All In The Family

It’s not just the relations that make family businesses different from their counterparts. Forced to consider the extensive long-term in a […]

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Too Lean?

Companies are constantly looking for new ways to make their daily processes and big projects as efficient as possible. A new […]

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Mindfulness and Selflessness in Care-Giving

Every day we must deal with situations that might make us feel anxious or uncomfortable, especially those who work in […]

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What is Entrepreneurial Capability?

In their recently published article in Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Sondos G. Abdelgawad, Shaker A. Zahra, Silviya Svejenova and Harry […]

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Does the US economy face a ‘‘Fiscal Trilemma’’?

Read more in the Special Issue just published in Public Finance Review. Here are some of the questions that the […]

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Bullying in the Workplace

October is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month and unfortunately the workplace is not immune to this form of abuse. We often […]

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From the Archive: Flexible Leader Theory & Firm Performance

Today we are re-running one of our most popular posts. “Human Capital, Efficiency, and Innovative Adaptation as Strategic Determinants of […]

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Strategy and Sustainability Highlighted at #SMS2013

The Strategic Management Society (SMS) is a leading professional association for “academics, business practitioners, and consultants, focusing on the development […]

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Book Review: Stumbling on Wins

David J. Berri and Martin B. Schmidt. Stumbling on Wins, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, NJ: FT Press, 1st edition, […]

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Book Review: The Great A&P and the Struggle for Small Business in America

Mark Levinson: The Great A&P and the Struggle for Small Business in America. New York: Hill and Wang, 2011. 358 […]

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Short-Term Incentives, Long-Term Success?

Do short-term incentives really work to motivate employees? Jennifer E. Wynter-Palmer of the University of Technology/Jamaica Institute of Management examined […]

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Multilevel Research in the Field of Organizational Behavior

Patrícia Lopes Costa, Ana Margarida Graça, Pedro Marques-Quinteiro, Catarina Marques Santos, António Caetano, and Ana Margarida Passos, all of the […]

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Telecommuting: Challenges and Success Factors

Telecommuting works, if done right. But teleworkers face a myriad of challenges, not least of which is a functioning relationship […]

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Why We Should Be Optimistic About the Future

It’s true that our natural environment is in peril and our planet is running out of resources. But however bleak […]

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A Good Living Versus A Good Life

How can HRD help ensure a meaningful and purposeful life for employees in the workplace? Neal Chalofsky and Liz Cavallaro, […]

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The Ethics of Corporate Political Spending

In a recent blog post on The Hill calling for the SEC to adopt a new rule on disclosure of […]

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Whose Jobs Are These?

In firms with more female managers, are newly created jobs more likely to be filled by men or by women? […]

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Book Review: Research Methods for Studying Groups and Teams

Hollingshead, A. B,. & Poole, M. S. (Eds.). (2012). Research Methods for Studying Groups and Teams: A Guide to Approaches, […]

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Book Review: Keeping the Family Business Healthy

Ward, J. L. (2011). Keeping the Family Business Healthy: How to Plan for Continuing Growth, Profitability, and Family Leadership. New […]

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CSR from the Customer’s POV

Organizations shouldn’t assume that engaging in corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives will automatically increase their credibility with clients. Instead, a […]

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The Power of Meaningful Work

Organizations engage in corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts for a variety of reasons, not least of which is the desire […]

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Can the Workplace Make Us More Charitable?

Given that most of us spend such a large portion of our daily lives at work, it’s unsurprising that the […]

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Make Your Meetings a Tool for Engagement

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Joseph A. Allen of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He and […]

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How Knowledge Sharing Improves Advising Services

Family business advisors contend with complicated and multidimensional issues facing their clients. It makes sense, then, that these advisors benefit […]

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Book Review: Food

Clapp, J. (2012). Food. Malden, MA: Polity Press. Read the review by Josh Brem-Wilson of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, […]

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Book Review: Credit Crunch

Credit Crunch: Housing Bubbles, Globalisation and the Worldwide Economic Crisis. Graham Turner; London: Pluto Press, 2008. 256 pp., $27.95 Paperback. […]

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ORM Best Paper Winners!

We are pleased to congratulate John K. Kruschke of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University and […]

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Top Five: Administrative Science Quarterly

Are you looking for cutting-edge, peer-reviewed research on organizational studies? Take a look at the top five articles currently being […]

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The ‘Arena’ of Top Management Selection

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Claartje J. Vinkenburg of VU University in Amsterdam. Her paper “Arena: A Critical […]

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Journal of Management Scholarly Impact Winners

We are pleased to highlight the 2013 Journal of Management Best Paper and Scholarly Impact Award winners! The Scholarly Impact […]

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‘Norma Rae’: Why Workers Join Unions

In honor of Labor Day, we are pleased to present an article from the Journal of Management Education that describes […]

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How Travel Broadens the Mind

It’s true: travel does broaden the mind and enrich our lives with new experiences. Whether you’re a college student abroad […]

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Book Review: Al Gore’s ‘The Future’

Al Gore. The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change. New York, NY: Random House, 2013. 558 pp. $30. ISBN: 978-0-8129-9294-6 […]

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Time To Close the Gender Wage Gap

Fifty years after the Equal Pay Act of 1963, U.S. women are still making 77 cents for every dollar a […]

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How To Work Effectively In Virtual Teams

Virtual teams are becoming more and more prevalent in the global business community. But they come with some unique challenges, […]

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The Next Big Thing in Business Communication?

Whether you’re reading up on the latest business communication strategies or just seeking tips for effective learning, don’t miss this […]

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Why Some Firms Internationalize Better Than Others

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Chris Graves of the University of Adelaide in Australia. His paper “An Empirical […]

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Linking Emotional Labor and Job Satisfaction

When the customer service rep greets you with a warm smile, he is engaging in emotional labor (EL), or the […]

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Book Review: Family Legacy and Leadership

Daniell, M. H., & Hamilton, S. S. (2010). Family Legacy and Leadership: Preserving True Family Wealth in Challenging Times. New […]

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Book Review: Navigating Power

Gelaye Debebe: Navigating Power: Cross-Cultural Competence in Navajoland. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2012. 167 pp. $60.00 / £37.95, hardback; $59.99 […]

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Top Five: Climate Change

Congratulations to The Journal of Environment & Development! This year, JED received its first Impact Factor (1.079) in the 2012 Journal […]

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ASQ Award for Scholarly Contribution

We are pleased to congratulate the winners of the 2013 Administrative Science Quarterly Award for Scholarly Contribution. This prestigious annual […]

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The Quiet Power of the ‘Most Trusted Advisor’

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Vanessa M. Strike of Erasmus University in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, who provides […]

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A Glimpse Into the Shadow Economy

By its very nature, the shadow economy is difficult to define. The new Special Issue of Public Finance Review, “The […]

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Mapping Out the Landscape of Family Business

As the crucial domain of family business evolves, researchers and practitioners continue to strive for greater understanding of this rapidly […]

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Book Review: What Every Environmentalist Needs To Know About Capitalism

Magdoff, F., & Foster, J. B. (2011). What Every Environmentalist Needs To Know About Capitalism: A Citizen’s Guide to Capitalism […]

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Book Review: Wall Street Women

Melissa S. Fisher: Wall Street Women. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2012. 227 pp. $22.95, paperback; $79.95, cloth. Read the […]

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Two Creative Minds Can Be Better Than One

Research has shown that, as a rule, groups tend to be less creative than individuals working alone. But it doesn’t […]

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Do Female Leaders Need To Be Masculine, Feminine, or Both?

For years, women in leadership have faced the so-called “double bind”: lead in a friendly and collaborative (i.e. feminine) way, […]

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What Makes Students Want To Learn?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Stefanie L. Boyer of Bryant University. Her paper, “Self-Directed Learning: A Tool for […]

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‘Leaders Are Not Born, But Made’ in Family Firms

How do family businesses maintain effective leadership across generations? It’s a process in which professional advisors play a significant yet […]

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2012 Impact Factor and Ranking Results

SAGE is pleased to announce a strong performance across its journals portfolio in the recently released 2012 Journal Citation Reports® […]

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SAGE @ AoM 2013!

The Academy of Management 2013 Annual Meeting is here! SAGE’s booth at AoM brings you the latest scholarly research from […]

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Key To Engaging Customers? Their Networks

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Katrien Verleye, Paul Gemmel, and Deva Rangarajan, all of Ghent University, whose paper […]

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Why It Pays To Use An Accountant

What is the advantage of using an external accountant? For family businesses, the benefits are significant, according to Francesco Barbera […]

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Three Steps To Move HRD Forward

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Joshua C. Collins of Florida International University, whose paper “Illustrating Relevance, Questioning Norms, […]

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Book Review Essay: Raj Patel

Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System. Raj Patel. Brooklyn, NY: Melville House. 2007. 398pp. US$19.95 […]

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What’s Wrong With Leadership Development?

Are leadership development specialists missing the forest for the trees? An article in Advances in Developing Human Resources finds that […]

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Where Are the Marketing Ethics Courses?

Many of the challenges facing today’s businesses — such as advertising claims, consumer protection, and product quality — are marketing […]

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Grad Rates: It’s About the Students

How can we improve college graduation rates? According to a study recently published in SAGE Open , we’ve been searching […]

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10 Ways Our Civil Liberties Might Be Changing

What will freedom in the U.S. look like in the coming century? A new article in World Future Review offers […]

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Don’t Let Your Best Employees Get Away

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Professor Wendy Marcinkus Murphy of Babson College. She and co-authors James P. Burton […]

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Is Your Team Using Its Biggest Resource?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Michael R. Baumann of The University of Texas at San Antonio and Bryan […]

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Book Review: Hedge Fund Activism in Japan

John Buchanan, Dominic Heesang Chai, and Simon Deakin: Hedge Fund Activism in Japan: The Limits of Shareholder Primacy. New York: […]

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Top Five: Research Methods

Access the latest and hottest research on methodological developments relevant to the organizational sciences by reading the current top five […]

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Life Is Different For Engaged Employees

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Professor Brad Shuck of the University of Louisville. His paper “Employee Engagement and […]

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Why Entrepreneurs Are Less, Not More, Stressed Out

Entrepreneurs aren’t the stressed-out workaholics we imagine them to be. In fact, a new study published in the Journal of […]

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Putting the ‘Force’ Back in Sales Force

As a company evolves, so must its sales force in order to stay competitive in the global market. To explain […]

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What Happened to the Family Vacation?

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller Whatever happened to the […]

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Should Family Firms Be More Professional?

It is commonly argued that family firms would operate more effectively if they would behave more like nonfamily firms and […]

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Profile of a Cyberloafer

Who are cyberloafers? We know that they waste time at work by checking Facebook, sending personal emails, and otherwise discreetly […]

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Top Five: The Future

The World Future Society’s annual conference, WorldFuture 2013: Exploring the Next Horizon, is taking place right now in Chicago. WorldFuture […]

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When Employees Stand Out, They Stick Around

Thursday’s edition of the Harvard Business Review Daily Stat highlighted a new Administrative Science Quarterly study, “Breaking Them in or […]

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Inside the Mind of an Entrepreneur

In a column posted on LinkedIn this week, author and Esquire editor A.J. Jacobs explained why a little bit of […]

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Group & Organization Management Seeks Incoming Editor

Group & Organization Management (GOM) invites applications for the position of Editor. The term of office is three and one […]

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Less Talk, More Action: Teaching Management to Millennials

With its August 2013 issue, the Journal of Management Education is proud to celebrate the introduction of the review article […]

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It’s Dangerous To Be An Elite

It’s dangerous to be an elite. Consider the high-profile scandals surrounding politicians’ personal lives, and the intense scrutiny that celebrities […]

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Top Five: Human Resource Development

Get access to important findings on organizational change and HRD, leadership and employee engagement, and more by reading the current […]

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Book Review: Constructing Identity in and around Organizations

Majken Schultz, Steve Maguire, Ann Langley, and Haridimos Tsoukas, eds.: Constructing Identity in and around Organizations. New York: Oxford University […]

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CQ Welcomes New Editor Michael S. LaTour

Cornell Hospitality Quarterly (CQ), published by SAGE in association with the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration (SHA), is proud […]

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Does Narcissism Help or Hinder Entrepreneurial Success?

In a recent series, we explored the strengths and weaknesses of narcissistic leaders — those who might, for example, prove […]

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Video: Fred Luthans on the Power of Positivity

Dr. Fred Luthans, Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies Co-Editor-in-Chief and Distinguished Professor at the University of Nebraska, has long […]

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5 Traits of an Effective Executive

What personal qualities are likely to define a successful effective? In a new article published in Compensation & Benefits Review, […]

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The Internationalization of Family Firms

When and how do family businesses internationalize? The question has been percolating for years among international management, entrepreneurship, and family […]

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Book Review: Branded Lives

Matthew J. Brannan, Elizabeth Parsons, and Vincenza Priola, eds.: Branded Lives: The Production and Consumption of Meaning at Work. Cheltenham, […]

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How HR Impacts Organizational Performance

Managers rely upon HR departments for services such as recruitment, payroll, and employee relations, but experts have found that HR […]

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Top Five: Customer Service

How have new media such as Twitter and Facebook changed companies’ relationships with customers? How do firms leverage engagement to […]

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Happy Fourth of July!

Happy Fourth of July from your friends at SAGE Publications! While you’re getting ready for a relaxing holiday, we hope […]

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Yes, Looks Do Matter in the Workplace

An article recently published in Cornell Hospitality Quarterly found that hotel customers prefer physically attractive front desk employees because they […]

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Best Article Awards: Family Business Review

We are pleased to congratulate the recipients of the 2013 Family Business Review Best Article Award and Honorable Mentions. Click […]

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Stand Up Against Workplace Abuse

The impacts of workplace abuse, harassment, and bullying are well documented (see our recent post on the topic for relevant […]

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Book Review: Greenwash

Guy Pearse. Greenwash: Big Brands and Carbon Scams. Melbourne, Australia: Black, Inc., 2012. 282 pp. $29.99 (paperback). ISBN 13: 978-1863955751 […]

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Job Crafting: It Works for Teams, Too

It’s well known that job crafting – in which employees change their behavior, approaches, or interactions on the job – […]

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Top Five: Pay and Performance

Do monetary rewards increase productivity? Are pay-for-performance plans effective and if so, which ones work best? Find out these answers […]

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Entrepreneurship: New Research and Reviews

Today we are pleased to present a selection of new articles and reviews on entrepreneurship from a variety of top-tier […]

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Are Entrepreneurs’ Brains Wired Differently?

In his recent article on neuroleadership, Neal Ashkanasy predicted that “the fad will pass…but good research will have a lasting […]

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Too Much Workplace Data? Not So, Experts Say

There’s no shortage of studies and surveys these days on workplace trends, covering everything from gender biases and generational proclivities […]

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Can Leaders Do More Than Just Motivate Employees to Be Creative?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Professor Sean R. McMahon of Elon University, whose paper “Heuristic Transfer in the […]

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Breaking A Communication Barrier

The U.S. Department of Labor has reported that by 2050, minority groups will make up nearly half the U.S. population. […]

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How Societies Respond to Globalization

Are you looking for fresh perspectives on our global economic, social, and political reality? The Review of Radical Political Economics […]

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Administrative Science Quarterly Paper Honored by AOM

We are pleased to congratulate Ethan S. Bernstein of Harvard University, author of “The Transparency Paradox: A Role for Privacy […]

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Compassion at Work: Part 3 of 3

In conclusion of our series this week, we’re pleased to present three good reasons why managers and scholars will benefit […]

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Compassion at Work: Part 2 of 3

Capitalism and compassion: are they  incompatible? In a society devastated by unemployment, in which the richest 1% of Americans own […]

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Compassion at Work: Part 1 of 3

I believe that at every level of society – familial, tribal, national and international – the key to a happier […]

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Playing for a Purpose

Simulation & Gaming, a leading international forum for the exploration and development of simulation/gaming methodologies used in education, training, consultation, […]

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Diversity: PPM Editor’s Choice

Looking for articles on important topics in human resources? The Public Personnel Management Editor’s Choice Collections cover organizational commitment, employee […]

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Creative Problem Solving for Marketers

Editor’s note: We’re pleased to welcome Minna-Maarit Jaskari of the University of Vaasa, Finland, whose article “The Challenge of Assessing […]

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Top Five: Social Marketing

Does compassion make dieters more likely to lose weight? What stops people from recycling? Could an anti-drinking Facebook campaign change […]

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Linking Work-Family Balance and Employee Turnover

Research has shown that work-family balance is crucial to maintaining mental health and organization well-being. When individuals experience work-family conflict, […]

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Narcissistic Leaders Can Be Dangerous

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Mark Stein of the University of Leicester, U.K., whose paper “When Does […]

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Book Review: Corporate Wrongdoing and the Art of the Accusation

Robert R. Faulkner: Corporate Wrongdoing and the Art of the Accusation. New York: Anthem Press, 2011. 192 pp. £19.99 / […]

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Are You Ready for the Green Economy?

As the global economy goes green, firms and policymakers need to determine which green sectors offer the greatest potential for […]

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Lessons for Entrepreneurs…From a Bottle of Coke

Sometimes the best business lessons are found in unexpected places. In a study they published in the Journal of Management […]

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Peer Coaching Can Be Risky—Here’s Why

In the business world, peer coaching — in which individuals of equal status come together for the purpose of mutual […]

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Do Academics Make Good Directors?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Guclu Atinc of Drake University. His paper “An Investigation of the Impact of […]

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Does Working From Home Work?

When Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer this February banned her employees from working from home, an uproar ensued in the business […]

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Using Blogs to Learn About Groups

 Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock of VU University Amsterdam. Her paper “Developing Students As Global […]

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Book Review: Advertising at War

Inger L. Stole, Advertising at War: Business, Consumers, and Government in the 1940s. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012. 280 […]

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Neuroleadership: Not Just a Fad

Neuroleadership — the application of neuroscience findings to the field of leadership — is an emerging field of study sometimes […]

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Top Five: Leadership Studies

What leadership issues and challenges are facing organizational scholars and practitioners right now? Find out by reading the current top […]

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Bad Behavior in Groups: How Managers Can Respond

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Manuela Priesemuth of Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Her paper “Bad […]

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Journal of Management July Issue Now Online!

The Journal of Management July 2013 issue has been published online at jom.sagepub.com. This issue includes papers on topics including […]

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Teaching Business Students to Think Effectively

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Gerald F. Smith, Professor of Management at the University of Northern Iowa […]

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A Dean’s Eye View: Sustainability in Business Schools

Dr. Sanjay Sharma is the Dean of the School of Business at University of Vermont. Prior to this appointment, he […]

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Book Review: Capitalism from Below

Victor Nee and Sonja Opper: Capitalism from Below: Markets and Institutional Change in China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2012. […]

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Top Five: Business & Society

The current most-read articles from Business & Society cover topics including CSR, the UN Global Compact, gender inequality and more. […]

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Gender and Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

Kathryn Thory of Strathclyde University Business School in Glasgow, Scotland published “A Gendered Analysis of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace: […]

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Does Anonymity Increase Class Participation?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Alyson Latham and N. Sharon Hill, both of The George Washington University, whose […]

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Imagine the Future World: How do we want to work tomorrow? @EAWOP2013

The 16th congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP), takes place in Münster, Germany this week, […]

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Administrative Science Quarterly June Issue Now Online!

Volume 58, No. 2 (June 2013) of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available online. We hope you will find this […]

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Is Nepotism Good or Bad?

Nepotism is highly controversial in the U.S. business world, yet this widespread, global practice can be absolutely crucial to success […]

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’12 Angry Men’ and Group Dynamics

A new article published in Small Group Research by Mary J. Waller, Golchehreh Sohrab, and Bernard W. Ma of York […]

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Discrimination in Private and Public Organizations

Megan K. Leasher, manager of talent assessments with Macy’s Inc., in Cincinnati, Ohio and Corey E. Miller, associate professor at Wright State […]

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Top Five: Communication Skills

The latest most-read articles from Business Communication Quarterly cover topics including crisis communication, workplace interpersonal skills, employee engagement and well-being, […]

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Using Games to Address Real-World Issues

A new article in Simulation & Gaming studies an avatar-based game that addresses a real policy challenge: peace in the […]

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‘Make It a Real Reward’

Michael Lopez, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Biostatistics at Brown University, published an article about the National Hockey […]

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Not a Silver Bullet: PLS and Management Research

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Mikko Rönkkö of Aalto University and Joerg Evermann of Memorial University of Newfoundland, […]

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How Individuals Succeed in Complex Environments

Family enterprise advisors are individuals who play a unique role in the success of family businesses, which are major contributors […]

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Book Review: Seeds, Science, and Struggle

Abby Kinchy. Seeds, Science, and Struggle: The Global Politics of Transgenic Crops. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2012. 240 pp. […]

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‘Wow, That Was Funny’: Humor Delivers the Message

There is no doubt that humor captures people’s attention. For social marketers, who aim to change individuals’ behavior in order […]

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Huddle Up! Team Learning In the Workplace

Humans learn through social interaction. In the workplace, huddles–informal meetings of two or more people gathered to discuss work-related issues–play […]

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SAGE Begins Publishing Public Personnel Management

We are pleased to announce that SAGE has begun publishing Public Personnel Management, an award-winning quarterly journal for human resource […]

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Rethinking the Meaning of Meetings

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Jane Jorgenson and Frederick Steier, both of the University of South Florida, whose […]

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Building Trust Between Generations

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Isabella R. Hatak and Dietmar Roessl, both of the WU Vienna University of […]

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The Cost of Unethical Behavior

To join in celebrating Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week, we bring you an article from the Journal of Management that […]

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What Drives Entrepreneurial Commitment?

Socially responsible businesses in emerging fields such as energy efficiency and renewable energy have great potential, but can be fraught […]

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Left, Right and CSR

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) means going above and beyond business interests to take action for the greater good of society. […]

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Understanding Emotional Exhaustion In the Workplace

We’ve all experienced that occasional afternoon slump at the office. But when workplace emotional exhaustion accumulates on a daily basis, […]

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Challenges in Leadership: Part 3 of 3

“In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.” —Thomas Jefferson We hope […]

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Challenges in Leadership: Part 2 of 3

“Leaders must be close enough to relate to others, but far enough ahead to motivate them.” —John C. Maxwell (author, […]

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Challenges in Leadership: Part 1 of 3

Editor’s note: This week, we are pleased to present a three-part series highlighting current research on key challenges facing leaders […]

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Back to Reality: Environment Is More Than An Issue

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Pratima Bansal of the University of Western Ontario and Janelle Knox-Hayes of the […]

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Book Review: Does ‘Community’ Exist?

Transnational Communities: Shaping Global Economic Governance. Marie-Laure Djelic and Sigrid Quack, eds. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010. 422 pp. […]

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Best Paper Winners: Journal of Marketing Education

This month, the Journal of Marketing Education recognized its Outstanding Article of the Year winners for 2012. Congratulations to Bruce […]

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Top Five: Journal of Macromarketing

What is a marketing ideology, and what is the marketer’s role in contemporary culture? These and more are among the […]

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Emotion Regulation and Its Implications for Leadership

Run down Forbes’ list of 15 things successful leaders do every day–create an approachable environment, challenge people to think, maintain […]

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Book Review: Old China’s New Economy

Old China’s New Economy. T.K. Bhaumik; India: SAGE. 2009. 294 pp. ISBN: 978-81-7829-862-7 Read the review by Zhun Xu of the Department […]

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How Does Corporate Ethics Affect Firm Performance?

Jinseok S. Chun of Seoul National University, Yuhyung Shin of Hanyang University, Jin Nam Choi of Seoul National University, and […]

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Earth Day 2013: Why Go Green?

What does it mean to be green in today’s business and management world? Today, we celebrate Earth Day by highlighting […]

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Earth Day 2013: The Present and Future of CSR Research

In anticipation of Earth Day tomorrow, we are pleased to highlight an article in Business & Society on the impact […]

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Top Five: Journal of Travel Research

What keeps tourists coming back? How do the locals respond to tourism development? Can travel professionals positively affect society while […]

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Invitation to Publish in Social Marketing Quarterly

Social Marketing Quarterly (SMQ) is a scholarly, internationally circulated journal focused exclusively on the theoretical, research and practical issues confronting […]

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Can Mass Atrocities Be Prevented Through Simulation?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Tucker B. Harding and Mark A. Whitlock, both of Columbia University, whose article […]

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Best Papers in Cornell Hospitality Quarterly

Cornell Hospitality Quarterly (CQ) focuses on publishing scholarly research with hospitality management implications. The articles, written by academics as well […]

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To Succeed, Should You Specialize?

In today’s market, does job specialization help or hinder one’s career? A new article published by John-Paul Ferguson and Sharique […]

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How High Should Taxes Be?

As the debate over tax progressivity continues, an article in Public Finance Review points out that, while the United States […]

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Karl Weick on Organizational Wrongdoing

Donald Palmer: Normal Organizational Wrongdoing: A Critical Analysis of Theories of Misconduct in and by Organizations. New York: Oxford University […]

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Best Papers in Small Group Research

Small Group Research addresses and connects three vital areas of study: the psychology of small groups, communication within small groups,and […]

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Top Five: Leadership, Ethics, Resistance to Change, and More

How can management scholars and practitioners better understand the factors that enable (or disable) ethics in organizational life? How can […]

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Making Peace, Not War, In Games

Editor’s note: The latest issue of Simulation & Gaming is all about using games to reduce violence and promote peace […]

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‘Should My Spouse Be My Partner?’

On the matter of working together with one’s spouse in a business environment, views are conflicted. On the one hand, […]

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JOM Scholarly Impact Award Winners

Today we are pleased to highlight the winners of the Journal of Management’s 2012 Scholarly Impact Award, which recognizes works […]

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Mentoring, Methodological Urban Legends, and More

SIOP 2013 is almost here! The 28th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology kicks off this […]

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Top Papers from Organizational Research Methods

As SIOP 2013 draws near, access Organizational Research Methods’ award-winning papers from the Editor’s Choice section, authored by SIOP fellows […]

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Who Is a Leader?

As SIOP 2013 draws near, we’re highlighting industrial-organizational psychology perspectives on management topics. Today, we look at “Five Perspectives on […]

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What is Industrial-Organizational Psychology?

The 28th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology takes place April 11-13, 2013 in Houston. As […]

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The Pursuit of Happiness at Work

This National Public Health Week, we remind ourselves there is much that management academics and practitioners can do to refocus […]

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Can Social Media Spread Good Health?

According to the latest Pew research, nearly three-quarters of U.S. Internet users are looking for health information online, and social […]

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How to Understand and Cope with Stress

Stress: It’s an affliction that spares none of us at one time or another. On this second day of National […]

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Healthy Workplaces, Better Lives

It’s National Public Health Week, the perfect time to raise awareness about wellness in the workplace and the community at […]

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Book Review: ‘Pay: Why People Earn What They Earn’

Hallock, K. F. (2012). Pay: Why People Earn What They Earn and What You Can Do Now to Make More. […]

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Top Five: Hot Topics In Public Finance

What important issues are economists, policy makers, and political scientists interested in right now? Find out by reading the top […]

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What Trends Are Changing Your Future?

The World Future Review spring issue is online! For a limited time, enjoy free access to the first SAGE-published issue […]

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What Makes High-Performance Organizations Tick?

What are high performance work systems, and why do they matter to human resource researchers and practitioners today? A new […]

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Tech Innovation in the Family Context

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Alfredo De Massis of the University of Bergamo, Italy, who published the […]

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In Ethical Decision Making, Intuition Matters

When reason and logic fail, can intuition and emotion provide better guidance? An article by Chen-Bo Zhong of the University […]

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Optimism: The Critical Workplace Skill

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Kjersti Bergheim of the University of Bergen, Norway, whose article “The Role of […]

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Hidden Champions of the 21st Century

Simon, H. (2009). Hidden Champions of the 21st Century: Success Strategies of Unknown Market Leaders. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Dordrecht. Read […]

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Top Five: Advances in Developing Human Resources

This week, we present the top five most-read articles currently available from Advances in Developing Human Resources. Covering a range […]

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Best Practices in Diversity Management

Each year, Diversity Inc. puts out a Top 50 list recognizing companies with outstanding diversity practices. A new study in […]

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Why Companies Choose to Rent, Not Buy

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Kristina Wittkowski and Sabine Moeller, both of EBS Business School, and Jochen Wirtz of […]

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Employee Proactivity: How Social Support Matters

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dan S. Chiaburu of Texas A&M University, whose article “Employees’ Social Context and […]

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College Drinking Prevention: A Social Marketing Approach

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Erika Beseler Thompson, assistant director for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Programs […]

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Teams In the Management Classroom: A Teaching Moment

Management educators who use teams in the classroom often face challenges in holding team members accountable for their performance. In […]

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Five Ways to Open a Meeting

Is there a right way to open a business meeting? In “‘Stepping Stones’ in Opening and Closing Department Meetings,” recently published […]

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The Top Five: Small Group Research

Managers and scholars interested in teamwork and team building, work groups, meeting success, and related topics will benefit from valuable […]

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The Power of Speech

Gabrielsen, J., & Christiansen, T. J. (2010). The Power of Speech. Copenhagen, Denmark: Hans Reitzels, 187 pp. Success in the […]

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Sparking a Revolution In Clean Energy?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Alfred Marcus of the University of Minnesota, whose article “The Promise and Pitfalls […]

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Study: Women CFOs Get Better Bank Loans

As Bloomberg recently reported, female chief financial officers (CFOs) are on the rise at a time when other top executive […]

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Social Media Gets ‘Collaborative’ in the Workplace

Reports have shown that the use of Twitter, Facebook, and blogging by the nation’s largest companies surged last year, but […]

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How Organizations Heal After a Crisis

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Professor Ned Powley of the Naval Postgraduate School, whose article “The Process and […]

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Book Review: The Politics of Actually Existing Unsustainability

Barry, J. (2012). The Politics of Actually Existing Unsustainability: Human Flourishing in a Climate-Changed, Carbon-Constrained World. Oxford, England: Oxford University […]

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Using LinkedIn for Career Building

Joseph G. Gerard of Western New England University published “Linking in With LinkedIn®: Three Exercises That Enhance Professional Social Networking […]

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It’s International Women’s Day

It is International Women’s Day today, observed since the early 1900s to inspire women and celebrate their achievements. To commemorate […]

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Time to Reverse the Sustainability Crisis

Editor’s note: The new issue of Organization & Environment (OAE) is now available online! We are delighted to welcome Mark […]

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Is Workplace Conflict Good or Bad?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Alice H. Y. Hon of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, whose article “The Effects […]

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In Strategic Management Studies, ‘It’s the Measurement, Stupid!’

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dan R. Dalton and Herman Aguinis, both of Indiana University, whose article “Measurement […]

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Super Bowls, Super Storms, and the Olympics: How They Affect Cities and Corporations

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome András Tilcsik of the University of Toronto and Christopher Marquis of Harvard University, […]

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Study: Extra Rewards Make Customers Feel Guilty

It’s generally a great idea to “wow” your customers with unexpected benefits and perks–but a new study finds there’s also […]

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Robert H. Frank: The Darwin Economy

Robert H. Frank : The Darwin Economy: Liberty, Competition, and the Common Good. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2011. 240 […]

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Work Stress and Health: New Journal of Management Collection

The Journal of Management (JOM) has a new Editor’s Choice collection on the topic of Work Stress and Health, with […]

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Putting a Face on Bullying in the Workplace

In recent years, research and documentaries have brought the issue of bullying to the forefront of the American conscience by […]

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CARMA Webcast Lecture Available: Statistical and Methodological Myths and Urban Legends

Editor’s note: Read Dr. Larry Williams’ recent contribution to Management INK here. Organizational scientists face many decision points related to […]

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The Relation Between Morality and Organization: Where To Start?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Masoud Shadnam of Rouen Business School in France, whose paper “Heterologous and Homologous […]

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How Expressing Emotions Influences Resilience At Work

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome John Paul Stephens of Case Western Reserve University, Emily D. Heaphy of Boston […]

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The Oscars: Shining a Light on the Best in Film

Today the Oscars, or Academy Awards, program for excellence in cinematic achievement will be telecast worldwide. What does academic research […]

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The Role of the Arts in Organizational Settings

What if an artist ran your company? In an effort to determine what benefit organizations and practitioners can gain from […]

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How Leadership Styles Influence Firm Performance

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Suzanne M. Carter of Texas Christian University, whose paper “Strategic Leadership: Values, Styles, and […]

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What is Organizational Performance?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome P. Maik Hamann, Frank Schiemann, Lucia Bellora, and Thomas W. Guenther, all of […]

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Regulatory Roulette: Ladies and Gentlemen, Please Place Your Bets…

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Kim Soin of the University of Exeter in the U.K. and Christian Huber […]

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Dealing With Outliers in Organizational Science Research

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Herman Aguinis, Ryan K. Gottfredson, and Harry Joo, all of Indiana University, whose […]

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Greek Crisis: How Social Marketing Can Help

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Periklis Polyzoidis of the Democritus University of Thrace in Komotini, Greece, whose […]

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The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions

Ariely, D. (2008). Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions. New York, NY: HarperCollins. (Revised edition 2010) Ariely, […]

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Using Games as Learning Tools

Wendy L. Bedwell, Davin Pavlas, Kyle Heyne, Elizabeth H. Lazzara and Eduardo Salas, all of the University of Central Florida, published […]

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Positive Leadership and Employee Well-Being

E. Kevin Kelloway, Heidi Weigand, Margaret C. McKee, and Hari Das, all of Saint Mary’s University, published “Positive Leadership and […]

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Understanding the Ethics of Future Business Leaders

Editor’s note: we are pleased to welcome Richard C. Hanna of Northeastern University, Victoria L. Crittenden of Boston College, and […]

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ORM Editor gives CARMA Webcast Lecture on Moderated Mediation

Editor’s note: We are delighted to welcome Dr. Larry J. Williams, Wayne State University Professor of Management/Dean’s Research Chair and Professor of […]

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Flattery: Hazardous to a CEO’s Health?

CEOs are accustomed to receiving praise and flattery, but it turns out this behavior has some potentially dangerous consequences. Harvard […]

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Simulation for the Organizational Scientist

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Guido Fioretti of the University of Bologna, whose article “Agent-Based Simulation Models […]

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Providing CEOs With Opportunities to Cheat

What motivates CEOs to misreport financial results? Hermann Achidi Ndofor of Texas A&M University, Curtis Wesley of Indiana University, and […]

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Book Review: The Future of Money

The Future of Money: From Financial Crisis to Public Resource. Mary Mellor; Pluto Press, 2010, 197 pp. Read the review […]

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Administrative Science Quarterly March Issue Now Online!

Volume 58, No. 1 (March 2013) of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available online. We hope you will find this […]

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Read This Article, but Don’t Print It

Eric Lamm, Jennifer Tosti-Kharas, and Eric G. Williams, all of San Francisco State University, published “Read This Article, but Don’t […]

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Realizing Market Power for Service Value Networks

Editor’s note: we are pleased to welcome Christian Haas of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Steven O. Kimbrough of The Wharton School, […]

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Building Successful Virtual Teams

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome the authors of a new study on virtual teams in the workplace, now […]

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Organizational Decline and Turnaround: A Review and Agenda

Cheryl A. Trahms of Texas A&M University, Hermann Achidi Ndofor of Texas A&M University, and David G. Sirmon of the […]

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Organizational Trust: A Cultural Perspective

Organizational Trust: A Cultural Perspective. Mark N. Saunders, Denise Skinner, Graham Dietz, Nicole Gillespie, and Roy. J. Lewicki, eds. New […]

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Trust and Justice in the Workplace

Brian C. Holtz of Temple University published “Trust Primacy: A Model of the Reciprocal Relations Between Trust and Perceived Justice” […]

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Design Thinking: Reinvigorating Management Education

The concept of “design thinking” has been around for a while–you may have read about it in Harvard Magazine or […]

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#MBA Week: Preparing for the Real World

It’s #MBA Week on the Financial Times, which has released its global MBA rankings, and we are pleased to bring […]

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CARMA Global Community for Organizational Scientists

Connecting People, Resources, and Events of Organizational Research Methods The CARMA Global Community (CGC) is being established as an international […]

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Miners’ Tales: Storytelling in Times of Change

Patrick Dawson of the University of Aberdeen and Peter McLean of the University of Wollongong published “Miners’ Tales: Stories and […]

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How to Increase Job Satisfaction in the Family Firm

Among the challenges facing family businesses is the conflict that can arise from diverging family values and business values. But […]

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Understanding Team Motivation

Guihyun Park of Singapore Management University, Matthias Spitzmuller of the National University of Singapore, and Richard P. DeShon of Michigan State University […]

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Making Work Better for Everyone

Paul Osterman and Beth Shulman: Good Jobs America: Making Work Better for Everyone. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2011. 181 […]

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Improving America’s Retirement System

Dr. Sylvester J. Schieber, a retirement expert and Compensation & Benefits Review author, this month received the 17th annual TIAA-CREF […]

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Journal of Management February Issue Now Online!

The Journal of Management February 2013 issue has been published online at jom.sagepub.com. Now through Feb. 23, enjoy free access […]

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Paul Shrivastava on Crisis Management

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Paul Shrivastava to the Journal of Management Education podcast. Dr. Shrivastava is the David O’Brien […]

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Obama Vows to Act on Climate Change

As reported in The New York Times, President Barack Obama devoted special attention to climate-change goals in his second Inaugural […]

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Beyond “I Have a Dream”

On Martin Luther King day, 2013, we look back at the Business & Society December 2008 issue for insights on […]

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Good Jobs, Bad Jobs

Arne L. Kalleberg: Good Jobs, Bad Jobs: The Rise of Polarized and Precarious Employment Systems in the United States, 1970s […]

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Getting Everyone on Board

Xin-an Zhang of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Ning Li of the University of Iowa, and Johannes Ullrich and Rolf van […]

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Wanted: Papers on #Retirement, #ExecPay, More

Do you have a paper to submit? Get published in the leading journal for senior compensation and benefits executives and […]

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The ‘How’ In the Climate Debate

Editor’s note: We are delighted to welcome Andrew Hoffman, the Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of […]

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The 21st Century Crisis?

Is it possible to reduce consumption and achieve ecological sustainability while still meeting humanity’s basic needs? Research in The Journal […]

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Responding to Climate Change

A federal report released Friday warns that climate change will impact the everyday lives of Americans in coming decades, with […]

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Translating Creativity to Innovation

How do you get innovative outcomes from creative personalities? Find out in “Translating Team Creativity to Innovation Implementation: The Role […]

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Useful Research: Advancing Theory and Practice

Susan Albers Mohrman, Edward E. Lawler, III, and Associates: Useful Research: Advancing Theory and Practice. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2011. 456 […]

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Making Change Happen: Part 4 of 4

Part Four: What Do Successful Change Leaders Look Like? To conclude our series, we bring you an article from the […]

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Making Change Happen: Part 3 of 4

Part Three: Overcoming the Obstacles Organizational change is a complex process. In working to lead change effectively, managers may face […]

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Making Change Happen: Part 2 of 4

Part Two: Are You Ready? As organizations struggle to keep up with rapid advances in technology and the global marketplace, […]

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Making Change Happen: Part 1 of 4

Part One: Facets of Effective Change Leadership It’s 2013 and change is in the air. This week, we seize the […]

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How Entrepreneurship Evolves

Did you know that the first two American magazines, produced by rival printers Andrew Bradford and Benjamin Franklin in 1741, […]

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Doing Business by Respecting the Earth

Is it possible to be a part of big business and a citizen of the earth at the same time? […]

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How Generations Make Travel Decisions

When it comes to travel decision-making, how do Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y compare? The answer is crucial […]

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Race, Gender, and Communication in the Workplace

Whether a manager is black or white, male or female, the stereotypes that persist in today’s workplace can affect perceptions […]

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What Really Drives the Research Design?

Kwok, Linchi (In press). “Exploratory-triangulation design in mixed methods studies:  A case of examining graduating seniors who meet hospitality recruiters’ […]

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Philip Kotler on Marketing With a Conscience

In the latest edition of the American Marketing Association’s Marketing News, Philip Kotler, the S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor […]

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The New Psychology of Leadership

Ready for a ground-breaking leadership read to start off your new year? Don’t miss Administrative Science Quarterly’s review of “The […]

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Top INK Posts of 2012

Happy New Year’s Eve! To celebrate the last day of 2012, we’ve highlighted a few of our popular posts from […]

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Book Review: Wins, Losses, and Empty Seats

Michael Bradley of UMBC, Baltimore reviewed David George Surdam’s book “Wins, Losses, and Empty Seats: How Baseball Outlasted the Great […]

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Institutional Work in ‘The Wire’

What does the HBO TV series The Wire have to do with institutional work? Mike Zundel and Robin Holt of […]

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Tourism That Can Change Your Life

Leisure travel is typically seen as an escape, a break from one’s everyday routine and a time to simply unplug […]

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Looking Back, Moving Forward

Change happens, and in the academic world it’s crucial for institutions to collaborate for a better future. Charles Heckscher of […]

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Journal of Management January Issue Now Online

The Journal of Management’s January 2013 review issue is now online, and we invite you to enjoy free access to […]

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Best Business Reads of 2012

Management INK would like to wish all of you a happy holiday! To celebrate and gain some inspiration for the […]

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Imagine the Moment of Glory!

What stories do you have to tell about life in your organization? It turns out that storytelling can play an […]

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Why Performance Appraisals Matter

They may be a pain for managers to write, but performance appraisals are not a waste of time. Find out […]

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A Passion for Work: Part 5 of 5

Part Five: Creating Passionate Hearts The search for work passion starts with educating our future business leaders to love what […]

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A Passion for Work: Part 4 of 5

Part Four: How Meaningful Is Your Work? In the Ken Blanchard definition of work passion that we highlighted in Part […]

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A Passion for Work: Part 3 of 5

Part Three: How Passion Energizes Entrepreneurs It has been called “perhaps the most observed phenomenon in the entrepreneurial process,” the […]

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A Passion for Work: Part 2 of 5

Part Two: Measuring Work Intention In Part One of this series, we presented the concept of work passion as defined […]

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A Passion for Work: Part 1 of 5

Every manager wants to increase employee engagement. But there’s a difference between being engaged and being truly passionate about your […]

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Book Review: Recycling Reconsidered

Recycling has come a long way in the past few decades, but what has it accomplished, and how can we […]

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Is Ethnic Diversity Good for the Environment?

Why are some nations able to successfully meet their environmental-policy goals, while others fail? A study published by Jayoti Das […]

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Do Incentives Increase Word of Mouth?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Jochen Wirtz of the National University of Singapore, Chiara Orsingher of the University […]

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Journal of Management Seeks Incoming Editor

Incoming Editor Call for Applications/Nominations The Southern Management Association is searching for a qualified individual to serve as Editor of […]

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Does Cramming For Finals Work?

Are you or your students cramming for finals this week? Find out how effective it is in the short run, […]

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Your Food, Your Planet: Time to Take Action

If you haven’t yet seen the “Story of Agriculture and Climate Change: The Road We’ve Traveled” Oxfam infographic, take a […]

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Texting In Class: Hazardous To Your Grades?

Students do it on the sly. Instructors, in general, despise it. But texting has become a way of life–with studies […]

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PFR Announces Best Paper 2012

This just in from the January 2013 issue of Public Finance Review: “The Editor and the Editorial Board of Public […]

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Exercise and Happiness in the Disabled

It’s no secret that physical exercise produces endorphins that make you happy. But a study published in the Journal of […]

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What’s Really Wrong With the Economy?

As 2012 draws to a close, U.S. legislators are scrambling for a foothold at the edge of the “fiscal cliff,” […]

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Tips for Grading Better and More Efficiently

Instructors who want to be more engaged in the grading process, improving their own experience as well as the impact […]

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When Good Deeds Go Bad At Work

Doing good deeds above and beyond the call of duty in the workplace–also known as organizational citizenship behavior (OCB)–is supposed […]

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Calling Sustainability Scholars

The Co-Editors of Organization & Environment, the international journal that sets new and relevant standards for rigorous thinking about the […]

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The Economist Highlights New ASQ Research

The Economist recently took note of new research in Administrative Science Quarterly revealing that after male CEOs become fathers, they […]

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Tips for Academic Writing Success

If you’re writing or planning to write a journal article or book chapter, take some advice from Deborah Lupton of […]

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Taking Business Education Into the Future

Of the Fortune 100 companies leading today’s economy, notes Fred Ledley, fully a third are purely focused on science and […]

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Can We Save Jobs By Raising Corporate Taxes?

Harvard Business Review’s The Daily Stat this week spotlighted an article from Public Finance Review that is the first to […]

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Why Embrace Quantitative Methods?

Editor’s note: We’re pleased to welcome Crina O. Tarasi, J. Holton Wilson, Cheenu Puri, and Richard L. Divine, all of […]

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Is Your Supervisor Abusive?

When bosses humiliate, yell at, or otherwise bully subordinates, the consequences are unavoidable: abusive supervision can cause serious problems that […]

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How To Act on Climate Change

Climate change is a hot-button issue, often turned into a political football. For this and other reasons, it can be […]

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Managing Musically: How Acoustic Space Informs Management Practice

Why is a management team like a symphony orchestra? It’s not a riddle, it’s an article published in the ever-inquisitive […]

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Tips on Writing a Review Paper

If you’re writing a review paper, be sure to check out the Journal of Management Editor’s Choice collection on this […]

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Wal-Mart or World-Mart?

As morning breaks on this busiest shopping day of the year, workers at the biggest retailer in the world are […]

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Make It Happen: Staying Motivated At Work

The holiday season has officially begun. It’s a time to celebrate, break out of the daily routine, and enjoy ourselves. […]

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Book Review: Sex and the Office

If you find it hard to believe that not so long ago, male employers advertised for “pretty blonde” secretaries and […]

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How to Engage Students in Online Discussion

Online business education is booming, but can virtual class discussion really take the place of face-to-face interaction? It can — […]

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Sticking It Out: What Drives the Self-Employed

Sticking it out and persisting in self-employment may be determined by numerous factors, but what about individual attributes such as […]

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The Need for a Happy Holiday

Vacations are made for enjoyment. Seeing old friends, relaxing, sightseeing, and escaping the daily grind are all undeniably appealing. But […]

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Can MBAs Compete in the Global Marketplace?

The 2012 business school rankings are in, but as Bloomberg reports, applications are down and graduate salaries are stagnant. MBA […]

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‘Need For Arousal’: What Drives Adventure Travelers

Adventure travel, from camping and canoeing to scuba diving and safaris, is a growing market. Consumers who are willing and […]

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How Cold-Calling Warms Up Class Discussion

According to conventional wisdom, cold-calling in the classroom just makes students clam up. Instructors hate to do it, because they […]

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What Does Ethical Followership Look Like?

If your boss asked you to do something unethical, would you obey, or would you resist? According to a new […]

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Leadership, Vision, Strategy, and the Art of Publishing in India

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Guru Prakash Prabhakar, senior lecturer of project management at Bristol Business School, […]

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Is Bottled Water a Breakable Habit?

Today, about half of all Americans drink bottled water. That number is steadily rising, and so are the environmental and […]

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How Do Chinese Tourists See America?

Svetlana Stepchenkova of the University of Florida and Xiang (Robert) Li of the University of South Carolina published “Chinese Outbound […]

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Unhappy Customers? Here’s How To Deal

With the advent of social media, dissatisfied customers can easily vent their frustrations in a very public way. But a […]

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SAGE Begins Publishing World Future Review

SAGE begins publishing World Future Review Official Journal of the World Future Society SAGE has been chosen by the World […]

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3 Ways to Increase Your Published Article’s Visibility Online

Editor’s note: This article was originally published on SAGE Connection. As the academic and business worlds increasingly move online, researchers, […]

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Coaching With Compassion

The health of organizations depends upon the health and happiness of the human beings who run them. When it comes […]

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How Social Mood Predicts Election Outcomes

Traditionally, U.S. presidential elections are said to be predicted by the “big three” variables: economic growth, inflation, and unemployment. But […]

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The Political Standardizer

In the just-released December 2012 issue of Business & Society, Christian Frankel and Erik Højbjerg, both of the Copenhagen Business […]

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Book Review: Researchers Behaving Badly

In the March 2012 issue of the Review of Radical Political Economics, Martha A. Starr of American University reviewed “Theories […]

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How To Act Like An OD Professional

What can organizational development (OD) professionals learn  from theatre actors? In her article “Borrowing From Professional Theatre Training to Build […]

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Does Fatherhood Make CEOs Less Generous?

A new study in Administrative Science Quarterly finds that when male CEOs have children, their employees can be negatively affected […]

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Personality and Leadership in Virtual Teams

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Claudia C. Cogliser and William L. Gardner of Texas Tech University, Mark B. […]

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We Don’t Need No Education—Or Do We?

How does management education impact practice in the real world? Paula Jarzabkowski of Aston University, Monica Giulietti of the University […]

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Great Opportunities, Significant Challenges in Social Marketing

Social Marketing Quarterly focuses on the theoretical, research and practical issues confronting academics and practitioners who use marketing principles and techniques […]

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The Cost of Being a Good Citizen

In practicing organizational citizenship behavior (OCB), employees go above and beyond the call of duty to better the organization. However, […]

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New! Entrepreneurship in JOM Editor’s Choice

The Journal of Management (JOM) is committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles that have a high impact on the […]

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Let’s Talk About Pay Secrecy

For all the controversy over executive compensation, the average person is unaware of how basic pay structures affect regular workers, […]

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Quantitative and Qualitative: An Interactive Framework

The quantitative-qualitative debate has been revisited countless times, but a new article in Human Resource Development Review explains that the two […]

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Death and Taxes: Can We Afford Retirement Between Them?

The Pew Research Center reported this week that Americans—in particular, younger folks in their 30s—are now more worried than they […]

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Online Business Education: An Analytical Approach

As the exciting field of online business education continues to grow, the need for in-depth analysis of methods becomes ever […]

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Video: Get Your Journal Article Published!

Would you like to get your article published in a scholarly journal? Lucinda Becker, a SAGE Publications author and senior […]

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The Rhythm of Leading Change

Leaders always face tough decisions, but some dilemmas can force them to choose between opposing alternatives, blurring the path forward […]

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Creating a Climate for Innovation

How can organizations create a culture of innovation? For today’s post, we’ve selected articles that examine this topic in the […]

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The Importance of Trust in Leadership

As the 2012 U.S. presidential election draws near, both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney would like nothing more than to […]

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Family Business, Part 3 of 3

As we conclude our series on family business, we turn to a recent Journal of Management article entitled “The Adolescence […]

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Family Business: Part 2 of 3

Welcome to part two of our series on family business. Today we congratulate two award winners who recently appeared on […]

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Family Business: Part 1 of 3

As the field of family business continues to grow, so does its influence on management research as a whole. As we […]

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Why Status Matters In Organizations

In the latest issue of Administrative Science Quarterly, Rodrigo Canales of the Yale School of Management published a book review […]

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Do Bonuses Matter?

How important is handing out bonuses for an organization to become and stay successful for a longer period of time? […]

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Generational Perspectives in the Workplace

What are the broader discourses that constitute intergenerational conflict around work/life balance for professional women? Linda Williams Favero of the […]

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Multicultural Sensitivity for Marketing Students

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Mark S. Rosenbaum, Kohl’s Professor of Retail Marketing at Northern Illinois University. Dr. […]

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New JOM Editor’s Choice Collections

The Journal of Management (JOM) is committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles that have a high impact on […]

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Facebook, Twitter, Blog? How To Get Your Message Out

With traditional and new media channels abound, finding the right one for your organization can be a challenge. Social Marketing […]

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How To Improve Engagement? It’s About Communication Skills

Organizations seeking to boost engagement need to teach their employees how to build healthier workplace relationships, according to a study […]

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Book Review: Roots, Rituals, Rhetorics of Change

In the latest issue of Administrative Science Quarterly, James P. Walsh of the University of Michigan published a book review […]

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Why the Candidates Don’t Talk Specifics

If you noticed a lack of specifics from either candidate in Wednesday night’s presidential debate, you’re not alone. A study […]

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What Qualities Should We Look For In a Leader?

On the heels of the first 2012 U.S. presidential debate, we bring you an insightful new article from the Journal […]

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How Chinese Nationalism Impacts Foreign Brands

The row between China and Japan over the Senkaku islands has brought the issue of nationalism to light, with Japanese […]

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Want to Spread Your Message on Facebook?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Linchi Kwok, assistant professor of Hospitality Management in the David B. Falk College […]

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Book Review: Sociology of the Financial Crisis

In the latest issue of Administrative Science Quarterly, Peer C. Fiss of the University of Southern California published a book […]

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Want to Build Better Customer Relationships?

If you’d like to create a more satisfying service experience and increase customer “forgiveness” when a service encounter goes wrong, […]

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How Did 9/11, Financial Crisis Affect Hotel Performance?

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Renáta Kosová and Dr. Cathy A. Enz, both of Cornell University, who […]

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Are 401(k) Plans a Failure?

The Wall Street Journal observed this week that as baby boomers face an unemployment crisis, a growing number of younger […]

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Don’t Take This the Wrong Way, But…

It’s inevitable: social hierarchy is a defining feature of organizations, and individuals use subtle communication behaviors to assert themselves and […]

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American Health Care, Transformed

In the latest issue of Administrative Science Quarterly, W. Chad Carlos of Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management reviewed […]

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Breaking the Cross-Cultural Knowledge Barrier

Dr. Nigel J. Holden, author of “Cross-Cultural Management: A Knowledge Management Perspective” (Financial Times Management, 2001), spoke recently with Jeffrey […]

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What Millennials, Gen X, and Boomers Want

What do Millennials, Generation X, and Baby Boomers have in common? The desire for a more flexible workplace, according to […]

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Mental Weight Lifting for Business Students

If you’ve read the news this week about declining MBA applications, you’ll likely welcome a fresh perspective on business education. […]

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Cracking the Ethics Code

As organizations’ ethical failures continue to pile up in the news headlines, there is no better moment to get a firm […]

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How Technology Can Improve Creative Leadership

Advances in Developing Human Resources has published an article outlining objectives for developing creative and innovative leadership, as well as […]

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A New Vision for Business Schools

In a new article published in the Journal of Management Inquiry, Sonal Minocha of the University of Bedfordshire Business School […]

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Mobilization and Entrepreneurship: ASQ Editor’s Choice

Looking for a quick survey of important topics in organization studies? The Administrative Science Quarterly Editor’s Choice Collections highlight articles […]

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Imagining an Education in Crisis Management

In a must-read for business educators, Paul Shrivastava of Concordia University and ICN Business School, Ian Mitroff of the University […]

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Why Do We Buy?

Whether they’re aware of it or not, consumers in a retail environment make decisions that are influenced by everything from […]

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How Can Employees Find Motivation Within?

In today’s turbulent work environment, authenticity is key to creating a climate that leads to motivation and effective performance, according […]

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JSR Welcomes New Editor Mary Jo Bitner

The Journal of Service Research is proud to announce its next Editor, Dr. Mary Jo Bitner. Dr. Bitner, a highly […]

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What Makes an Outstanding Leader?

In the latest podcast from the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, leadership expert, professor, and author Richard Boyatzis of […]

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Book Review: Institutions and Entrepreneurship

In the latest issue of Administrative Science Quarterly, Klaus Weber of the Kellogg School of Management reviewed “Research in the […]

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Helping Students Manage Their Energy

Getting acclimated to back-to-school season? The Journal of Management Education has good advice to help students get recharged and channel […]

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What’s Next For the Economy?

In a decidedly rousing speech at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night, Bill Clinton defended President Barack Obama’s economic plan […]

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How Thinking Styles Influence Team Innovation

Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Corinne Post, Assistant Professor of Management at Lehigh University. Dr. Post, whose […]

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Publication Bias in the Organizational Sciences

Meta-analysis has emerged as an important means of gathering cumulative scientific data, but if the results are skewed, it can […]

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Time For Your Health Benefits Strategy to Shine

As the future of health care reform hangs in the balance ahead of this year’s presidential election, a new article […]

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Leveraging Performance Through Business History

Family Business Review, recently named a Rising Star by Thomson Reuters, kicks off its podcast series with perspective on the […]

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How Travel Increases Life Satisfaction

As millions hit the road this holiday weekend, we bring you a Journal of Travel Research study on how leisure […]

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Life after Business Failure

What happens to entrepreneurs when their businesses fail? Get the answer in the Journal of Management review, “Life after Business […]

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The CSR Agenda: Part 5 of 5

As we conclude this week’s series on corporate social responsibility, we bring you thought-provoking reflections from global business leaders and […]

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The CSR Agenda: Part 4 of 5

On Tuesday, Forbes published a case study about a corporate social responsibility strategy that spelled the difference between life and […]

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The CSR Agenda: Part 3 of 5

Editor’s note: Today we continue our series on corporate social responsibility with top-tier research that answers key questions in the […]

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The CSR Agenda: Part 2 of 5

Editor’s note: Today we continue our series on corporate social responsibility, presenting top-tier research that answers key questions in the […]

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The CSR Agenda: Part 1 of 5

As organizations the world over tune in to corporate social responsibility, there’s no time like the present to take a […]

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Learning to Lead, Unscripted

If leadership itself is a social, collaborative, and creative process, why shouldn’t leadership development take root through creative and collaborative […]

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Planned Parenthood’s Social Marketing Success Story

We’re pleased to share an article by Beth Sundstrom of the University of Maryland, “Integrating Public Relations and Social Marketing: […]

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Environmental Disclosure: Newsweek’s Green Rankings

What does it mean to be green? Ahead of this October’s fourth annual corporate environmental scores, Thomas P. Lyon of […]

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Shelby Hunt on Sustainable Marketing

Marketing legend Shelby D. Hunt, the Jerry S. Rawls and P.W. Horn Professor of Marketing at Texas Tech University, published […]

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Coherent, Unified, and Meaningful Discourse

Organizations both reveal and recreate themselves through the written word. In “Discursive Activity in the Boardroom: The Role of the […]

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A New Tool for Evaluating Research Performance

Given the impact performance evaluations have on scholars’ careers, it is troubling to know that the judging process can lead […]

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Educating Our Future Business Leaders

Do you have a paper to submit? The Journal of Marketing Education is now accepting research on ethics, corporate social […]

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Football and the ‘Emotionomics’ of Mutuality

A recent study published in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (NVSQ) looks at the mutuality model of ownership in professional […]

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Ray Aldag on Real-World Decision Making

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Ray Aldag to the SAGE podcast for the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies! […]

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To Make Better Decisions, Use Your ‘Moral Imagination’

“Greed is good” no longer: research shows that successful companies achieve a balance between profit and social impact, thanks to […]

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Equal Rights Are Good For Business

Did you know that in the past 10 years, the percentage of Fortune 500 companies offering domestic partner benefits (DPB) […]

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How Digital Distraction Affects Our Workforce

Thanks to the vastness and immediacy of electronic media, we have the world at our fingertips. But are we better […]

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What Causes Our Successes and Failures?

In a new Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies podcast, Mark J. Martinko of Florida State University discusses his article […]

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Poetry Recitation for Business Students

Are your business students’ presentations lifeless? Then you might want to take a look at “Poetry Recitation for Business Students” […]

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Book Review: Free Trade Doesn’t Work

In the latest issue of the Review of Radical Political Economics, Daniel E. Saros of Valparaiso University reviews Ian Fletcher’s […]

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Is London 2012 Worth the Cost?

The Olympics don’t come cheap. According to The Guardian’s Datablog, which published a breakdown of the costs, London 2012 is […]

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Organization & Environment Turns a New Leaf

Organization & Environment invites you to submit articles, essays, reviews and more for a “re-booted” issue on Sustainability and Organizations: […]

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Why Does Transformational Leadership Impact Motivation?

Why does transformational leadership impact employee motivation? Learn about the role of self-leadership in a new podcast from the Journal […]

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2011 Impact Factor and Ranking Results

SAGE is pleased to announce strong performance across its journals portfolio in the recently released 2011 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson […]

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Spotlight on Anne Tsui, Academy of Management President

Today, Sunday Aug. 5, Academy of Management President Anne S. Tsui speaks at the 2012 AoM Annual Meeting Presidential Address […]

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SAGE @ AOM 2012!

The Academy of Management 2012 Annual Meeting is here! SAGE’s booth at AoM brings you the latest scholarly research from […]

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How To Lead Successfully From a Distance

Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to welcome guest contributor Elizabeth Kelley, Associate Professor of Management at the School of Business Administration, […]

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Are Pre-Employment Credit Checks Justified?

A bad credit check can mean losing a job or a promotion—and, as reported in Forbes this month, a whopping […]

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Business Ethics Everywhere

Business ethics issues are cropping up every day in the news, but not always taking hold in the mind of […]

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Thomson Reuters Names FBR a Rising Star

Thomson Reuters has named Family Business Review (FBR) a Rising Star in the field of Economics & Business. In an […]

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Book Review: Restoring the Innovative Edge

Olav Sorenson of the Yale School of Management reviewed Jerald Hage’s “Restoring the Innovative Edge: Driving the Evolution of Science […]

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Wanted: Asia-Pacific Tourism Research

Call for Papers: Special Issue of the Journal of Travel Research on the Future of Tourism in the Asia-Pacific Region […]

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The Hidden Costs of Downsizing?

Managers who think downsizing will boost profitability need to be aware of its potentially damaging long-term effects, according to a […]

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How Powerful Leaders Communicate Their Visions

How do influential leaders use language to engage followers? Can we distinguish a toxic leader from an ethical one based […]

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Where Is Change Research Getting Us?

Change research in organization theory abounds, but is it leading to progress in the field? A new study in The […]

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Real Facts, Real Issues: Role-Play in the Management Classroom

It’s not every management course that has students requesting an exam, explaining that they want to come to class prepared […]

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Will the New CEO Create Change?

When a new CEO is appointed, how does his or her newness influence strategic changes? Does prior experience matter? David […]

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Multicultural Shared Leadership: A Conceptual Model

Alex J. Ramthun and Gina S. Matkin, both of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, published “Multicultural Shared Leadership: A Conceptual […]

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At What Level (and in Whom) We Trust

“For it is mutual trust, even more than mutual interest that holds human associations together.” –H.L. Mencken Forbes recently reported […]

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Stealthy Footsteps to the Boardroom

The Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ) Editor’s Choice Collections highlight recent articles on some of the central topics in organization studies […]

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Women and Work-Life Balance

Shortly after Marissa Mayer’s appointment this week as CEO of Yahoo, news of her pregnancy opened a new chapter in […]

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Visionary Ambiguity and Strategic Change

When is ambiguity in business a positive thing? When it enables leaders to effectively initiate strategic change. The Journal of […]

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Thoughts and Feelings About Organizational Change

The change process is “not just thought out but also is ‘felt out,’” according to an article in the Journal […]

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Are Ethical Firms More Financially Successful?

Today we are pleased to present a selection from the Journal of Management (JOM) Editor’s Choice Collection on Organizational Citizenship […]

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Fleetwood Mac: A Study of Group Dynamics

When Fleetwood Mac recorded Rumours, the band was in turmoil; relationships were breaking apart, and emotions were running high. Yet […]

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42 Ingredients For Employee Engagement

If you are seeking to increase, develop, or debate employee engagement, you’ll find a road map to success in this […]

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Measuring Outcomes: A Strategic Choice Perspective

The assessment of organizational performance known as outcome measurement, or OM, is increasingly important to nonprofits as they are held […]

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Are You Emotionally Intelligent?

Service with a smile, yes—but not if it means sacrificing your own feelings. Emotional intelligence (EI), loosely defined as the […]

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Speak the Language of the Universe

Even if you’re not mathematically inclined, it is difficult to not feel inspired by Galileo’s famous statement that “mathematics is […]

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Debating the ‘Bottom of the Pyramid,’ 2.0

Back in 2004, the late C.K. Prahalad’s global bestseller “The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid: Eradicating Poverty Through […]

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Falling Profits as Cause of Recession

As earnings season opens this week, corporate profits are expected to be lower than originally anticipated, according to The Wall […]

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Strategies for Success in Service Innovation

Cathy A. Enz of the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration published “Strategies for the Implementation of Service Innovations” on […]

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How Fear of Flying Affects Travelers’ Flight Choice

If you’re a nervous flyer, you’re definitely not alone: about 30 percent of adults experience this common phobia, according to […]

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‘Talking About the Boss’: Gossip and Trust in Organizations

It’s in the news: your coworkers are gossiping about you—but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Understanding the dynamics of […]

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Maximizing the Impact of Your Academic Research Using Twitter

You’ve probably heard about the amazing growth of Twitter use. According to the latest Pew Research, “the proportion of online […]

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Happy Fourth of July!

Happy Fourth of July from your friends at SAGE Publications! While you’re getting ready for a relaxing holiday, we hope […]

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Does Privacy Make Us Productive?

Modern-day organizations increasingly are seeking to create an “open” work environment—one that makes workers more observable—theorizing that transparency boosts performance. […]

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How to Run Effective, Successful Meetings

Editor’s note: When the article originally appeared in SGR‘s OnlineFirst collection, Professor Kauffeld kindly provided further background on the article, […]

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Why You Need Twitter In Your Classroom

Still skeptical about using Twitter in the classroom? This powerful tool has done wonders for business, and according to a […]

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Poker: Game of Skill or Chance?

It’s time to settle the debate once and for all–and a study just released by “Freakonomics”  co-author Steven D. Levitt […]

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The Key to Attracting Great Employees? Fun!

If you want to recruit the best and the brightest employees, it’s time to look beyond benefits and vertical advancement—you […]

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Publish Your Business Communication Research!

Business Communication Quarterly, the only refereed journal devoted solely to the teaching of communication in the workplace, is now accepting […]

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Climate Change: Is It Too Late?

Editor’s note: Dr. Thomas Sterner, Professor of Environmental Economics at the University of Gothenburg and Visiting Chief Economist at the […]

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Risky Business: Does ERM Increase Firm Value?

As JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon came under fire for the bank’s $2 billion trading loss, the critical issue of risk […]

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Job Satisfaction: Closer Than You Think In Family Business

When it comes to job satisfaction, do “family” and “business” seem incompatible to you? A new study in Family Business […]

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Security Breach: How Managers Should Respond

After hackers stole millions of LinkedIn passwords this month, resulting in a $5 million class-action lawsuit, the social networking site’s […]

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Too Personal For Email?

There are some things you never want to see in your inbox—a reprimand from your boss, for one—while at other […]

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The Diversity Challenge: Part 5 of 5

Editor’s note: This post concludes our first diversity series. We’ll be presenting more theme-oriented collections in the coming weeks. Do […]

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The Diversity Challenge: Part 4 of 5

Editor’s note: Today we’re continuing our series on diversity, targeting specific questions to invite discussion and exploration of related topics. […]

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The Diversity Challenge: Part 3 of 5

Editor’s note: Today we’re continuing our series on diversity, targeting specific questions to invite discussion and exploration of related topics. […]

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The Diversity Challenge: Part 2 of 5

Editor’s note: Today we’re continuing our series on diversity, targeting specific questions to invite discussion and exploration of related topics. […]

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The Diversity Challenge: Part 1 of 5

What is the greatest challenge to achieving diversity in the workplace? While measures to increase diversity are an integral part […]

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Where Is Health Spending Taking Us?

Health spending in the U.S. is on the rise, and the government may deal with this in any number of […]

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Getting Emotional About Leadership

In today’s organizations, leaders need to adapt to constant change in dynamic work environments. The need for self-development is key […]

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What Can We Do About the Economy?

In a time of ongoing crisis, with millions in the U.S. facing unemployment or underemployment, it’s time to get radical. […]

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Wanted: Papers on Executive Pay, Work/Life Benefits, More

Do you have a paper to submit? Compensation & Benefits Review wants to hear from you. Benefits of Publishing in […]

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What Happens When Workers Speak Out?

Research has shown that employees dissatisfied with working conditions inevitably will communicate their dissent–whether to a superior or only to […]

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Seven Ways to Get Published in Top Journals

As qualitative research increasingly gains influence in the broader academic community, it remains a challenge to get such research published […]

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Beautiful Action in Organizations

They’re not always readily apparent, but they make an impact: those small moments in organizations when everything works perfectly and […]

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Tomorrow’s Business Leaders vs. the Climate Challenge

We are pleased to present a Journal of Management Education (JME) study that is making waves around the Principles of […]

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Podcast: Reflections on a Macromarketing Journey

“Anybody who wants to see the way a conference is run, and the way an academic community can be, should […]

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A Future for the Family Business Field

Online registration is now available for the Family Firm Institute (FFI) 2012 Annual Conference, “Family Enterprise: The Field, The Families, […]

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Podcast: Why Vietnam? A Macromarketing Perspective

The Journal of Macromarketing (JMK) has a new podcast highlighting the March 2012 Special Issue on Vietnam, with articles on […]

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Survey Winner + Your Favorite INK

Thanks to all who took part in the Management INK reader survey! We enjoyed hearing from you, and we appreciate […]

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Get Published in JOM: Strategic Human Capital Edition

Submit your research to the upcoming Journal of Management (JOM) Special Issue: Strategic Human Capital. Guest editors include Patrick M. Wright, […]

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What Makes Employees Stay?

The wires are abuzz with studies telling employers why their hires are leaving. But what exactly are the factors that […]

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Tackling a Wicked Management Problem

A new study in SAGE Open makes no bones about climate change as a wicked management problem. Urging a dynamic […]

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JME Podcast: Social Responsibility in Business Education

The Journal of Management Education (JME) has a new podcast highlighting the June 2012 Special Issue: Principles of Responsible Management […]

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Are You Happy At Work?

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s Better Life Index revealed last week that while the U.S. ranks No. 1 […]

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‘Where Are The Women’ In Leadership?

Rep. Carolyn Maloney made news this year with her forthright question about female representation at a Congressional committee hearing. Despite […]

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Bridging Research and Practice: Jean Bartunek Kicks Off the JABS Podcast Series

We’re delighted to present the inaugural Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (JABS) podcast featuring Dr. Jean Bartunek, an associate editor […]

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Interpersonal Perceptions and Team Impact

Jared A. LeDoux of Louisiana State University, C. Allen Gorman of Radford University, and David J. Woehr of the University […]

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Rio +20: JED Special Issue

The Journal of Environment & Development (JED), which was recently selected for coverage in the Social Science Citation Index, has […]

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CSR: Institutional Models

Bjørn-Tore Blindheim of the University of Stavanger published “Institutional Models of Corporate Social Responsibility: A Proposed Refinement of the Explicit-Implicit […]

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New Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly!

The March 2012 issue of issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available online, with articles exploring topics from team […]

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Research vs. Teaching in Business Schools

Business schools are facing criticism for favoring research while failing to emphasize teaching. Does it really have to be a […]

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Video: Building Partnerships With Social Marketing

How can you develop successful partnership efforts that help your organization become one that others seek to engage? [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7nP5u20uxc] In […]

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Power and Risk: Lessons From the Jungle

Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to welcome guest contributor Jennifer Jordan, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Economics & Business at University […]

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FBR’s Carlo Salvato Elected PDW Chair

We’re pleased to announce that Family Business Review (FBR) Associate Editor Carlo Salvato has been elected Professional Development Workshop (PDW) […]

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Are Facebook Fan Pages Effective?

Social marketers are out to create change—and there’s nothing like social media to spread the word to massive amounts of […]

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Marketing For a Better World

The first SAGE-published issue of Social Marketing Quarterly (SMQ) offers plenty of tangible advice for marketing scholars and practitioners who […]

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New JME Podcast: Women and Power

We see them everywhere: signs that the old stereotypes about men, women and power remain ingrained in our culture. Where […]

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Creating Change: Jean Bartunek on Research to Practice

The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (JAB) has released its June 2012 Special Issue: Studying Change Dynamics Using Qualitative Methods. […]

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Going Green: Do Consumers Buy It?

The greening of corporate America often has less to do with environmental concern and more to do with perceived influence […]

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Higher Ed: A Vision, Not a Calculation

The Journal of Management Inquiry (JMI) recently turned 20, celebrating in style with a special anniversary issue that truly represents […]

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Getting Explicit about the Implicit

A new study in Organizational Research Methods (ORM) explores the unintentional, spontaneous and sometimes unconscious “implicit” measures that influence the […]

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Customer Satisfaction: Priorities for Improvement

Marketing expert Donald R. Bacon, Professor in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver and editor of […]

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How Do Leaders Make Decisions?

Successful leadership is closely tied to successful decision making. But leaders are not infallible; they are only human, and when […]

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“Eclectic, Timely, and Targeted”: Philip Kotler and Bill Novelli on Social Marketing

As the U.S. election season heats up, political marketing is everywhere. How does it interface with social marketing, which aims […]

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Composing Our Lives, As Women and As Leaders

When we look at women in leadership, we often see a set of steps that must be followed in life […]

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Is Transparency Always A Good Thing?

In today’s management world, the growing consensus holds that transparency is good for any organization. But a study in the […]

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Team Identity and Group Performance

A new study in Group & Organization Management (GOM) explains how members of a team form a collective identity to […]

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Generational Differences in the Workplace

Across today’s workforce, Boomers, Gen X, and Millenials are changing shifts and working alongside one another. Popular belief holds that […]

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Dibs! Customer Territorial Behaviors

Update, 5/11/2012: We’re pleased to report that “Dibs” has made an appearance on the Digital Life blog at MSNBC: “Study […]

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A “Novel” Approach to Engaging Gen Y

Thanks to shorter attention spans and “stimulation overload,” today’s Generation Y business students are a tough crowd when it comes […]

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Gentlemen Prefer Red?

Nicolas Guéguen and Céline Jacob, both of the Université de Bretagne-Sud, published “Clothing Color and Tipping: Gentlemen Patrons Give More […]

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Strategy and Communication: How Does Ambiguity Arise?

The strategy process in organizations is a complex one involving communication across various phases and among multiple actors. From the […]

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New JME Podcast: Stress, Performance, and Wellness

The Journal of Management Education (JME) has a new podcast highlighting the April 2012 Special Issue: Healthy, Wealthy and Wise? […]

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Location, Location, Location…and Competition

Seul Ki Lee and SooCheong (Shawn) Jang, both of Purdue University, published “Premium or Discount in Hotel Room Rates? The […]

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SAGE Journals Recently In the News

In recent weeks, SAGE journals have cropped up in news outlets including The New York Times and the Toronto Star, […]

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A Just Cup of Coffee: From Fair Trade to Human Happiness

As public awareness and advertising have increased, fair trade coffee has gathered mainstream appeal, but what are its real-life impacts […]

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What Is It Like To Have Power?

The latest issue of Administrative Science Quarterly, Social Psychological Perspectives on Power and Hierarchy, takes the study of power in […]

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Social Marketing and Healthy People

Did you know that social marketing objectives have been added to Healthy People 2020? Healthy People, the program of national […]

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Testing a Model of Work Performance in an Academic Environment

B. Charles Tatum of National University published “Testing a Model of Work Performance in an Academic Environment” on April 10, […]

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Is Green the New Black?

Today, in honor of Earth Day 2012, over a billion people worldwide will take action to increase appreciation and awareness […]

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The Importance of Being Trustworthy

J. Bruce Gilstrap and Brian J. Collins, both of the University of Southern Mississippi, published “The Importance of Being Trustworthy: […]

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Get published! Submit your research to the Journal of Marketing Education

About the Journal The Journal of Marketing Education (JME) is the leading international scholarly journal devoted to contemporary issues in […]

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Power in Leader–Follower Work Relationships

Arthur D. Martinez of Illinois State University; Rachel E. Kane and Gerald R. Ferris, both of Florida State University;  and […]

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Public Finance Review: May 2012 Issue Now Online

Volume 40, No. 3 (May 2012) of Public Finance Review (PFR) is now available online. The latest issue of PFR examines […]

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What Are the Predictors of Recruitment Effectiveness?

Darren C. Treadway of the State University of New York at Buffalo, Garry Adams of Auburn University, T. Johnston Hanes of […]

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Metaphors of Identity and Professional Practice: Learning From the Scholar–Practitioner

Kathy E. Kram and and Jeffrey Yip, both of the Boston University School of Management, and Ilene C. Wasserman of […]

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After the Tsunami Scare: Crisis and Disaster Management Perspectives

Although it stirred panic, this week’s 8.6-magnitude earthquake off the Indonesian coast did not cause a tsunami. It did serve […]

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JMK Special Issue on Vietnam

The Journal of Macromarketing (JMK) has released its first country-specific special issue, featuring articles and commentaries about Vietnam that tie in to […]

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How Do Scholars Choose Their Fields? “A Family Business Focus” Profiles Pramodita Sharma

Pramodita Sharma, Editor of Family Business Review, was profiled on the University of Vermont’s University Communications website. Dr. Sharma, the […]

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Fostering Sustainable Behavior

Fostering Sustainable Behavior Workshop An Introduction to Community-Based Social Marketing June 13-14, 2012   The cornerstone of sustainability is behavior […]

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New Additions to JOM Editor’s Choice

The Journal of Management (JOM) is committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles that have a high impact on the […]

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Stakeholder Democracy Over the Status Quo

Jeffrey Moriarty of Bentley University published “The Connection Between Stakeholder Theory and Stakeholder Democracy: An Excavation and Defense” on April […]

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SMA 2012: Last Chance to Submit!

The submission deadline for the Southern Management Association 2012 meeting is less than a week away! All submissions must be […]

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The Journal of Environment & Development Accepted in Social Science Citation Index

We have received the news that The Journal of Environment & Development (JED) has been selected for coverage in the […]

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A New Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is Now Online!

Volume 56, Number 4 (December 2011) of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available online. This special issue highlights Social Psychological […]

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JSR’s Founding Editor Receives AMA Educator Award

Roland T. Rust has been awarded the 2012 American Marketing Association/Irwin/McGraw-Hill distinguished Marketing Educator Award for his distinguished service and outstanding contribution […]

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Are You Reaching Your Audience?

The University of South Florida’s 22nd Annual Social Marketing Conference: Ideas Beyond Borders, sponsored by USF Health, kicks off this […]

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Who Are the Leaders We Need?

Brad Shuck and Ann Mogan Herd, both of the University of Louisville, published “Employee Engagement and Leadership: Exploring the Convergence […]

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The Health Care Paradox

As the health care debate rages on, we bring you an article that provides a perspective on U.S. health care, […]

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Casinos Get Strategic: Revenue Management for Table Games

Michael Chen of the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation, Henry Tsai of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and Shiang-Lih Chen […]

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Kickstart Your Social Marketing Strategy

Kickstart your social marketing strategy this summer with the Social Marketing Field School’s Introduction to Social Marketing course! Sponsored by […]

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Still Crazy After All These Years: JMI Turns 20

The Journal of Management Inquiry (JMI) is turning 20! To celebrate the occasion, JMI released a special anniversary issue in […]

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The Pursuit of Power Corrupts

Deepak Malhotra and Francesca Gino, both of Harvard University, published “The Pursuit of Power Corrupts: How Investing in Outside Options Motivates […]

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Ethics and the Corporation

After a week in which outgoing executive Greg Smith accused Goldman Sachs of losing its “moral fiber,” Apple’s factory conditions […]

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Why Does Academic Research Matter?

Michael A. Hitt, Texas A&M University, and Charles R. Greer, Texas Christian University, published “The Value of Research and Its Evaluation in […]

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The Climate Challenge: Special Issue of Business & Society

Business & Society has released a special issue on the important global topic of climate change, corporate strategy, and politics, […]

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Work-Family Conflict at the Team Level

Lieke L. ten Brummelhuis of Erasmus University Rotterdam and the University of Pennsylvania, Annemarije Oosterwaal of Utrecht University and Arnold […]

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Serving the Senior Target Market

Vassiliki Grougiou, School of Economics and Business Administration, International Hellenic University, Thessaloniki, Greece, and Simone Pettigrew, Health Promotion Evaluation Unit, […]

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CSR: An Agenda for the Future

Herman Aguinis, Indiana University, and Ante Glavas, University of Notre Dame, published “What We Know and Don’t Know About Corporate Social Responsibility: […]

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The Influences Of Verbal Smell References In Radio Advertisements

Eric A. Davis, Vincent P. Magnini, Pamela A. Weaver and Nancy Gard McGehee, all of Virginia Tech, published “The Influences Of […]

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Making Space For Flexibility in the Workplace

Sara Värlander, Stockholm University School of Business, published “Individual Flexibility in the Workplace: A Spatial Perspective“ on May 13, 2011 […]

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Book Review: Politics and Partnerships

Brayden King, Northwestern University, published a review of “Politics and Partnerships: The Role of Voluntary Associations in America’s Political Past […]

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What is the Role of Emotional and Social Intelligence in Effective Leadership?

Richard E. Boyatzis, Case Western Reserve University, Darren Good, Christopher Newport University, and Raymond Massa, Vaudreuil-Dorion, published “Emotional, Social, and Cognitive Intelligence […]

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Employee Popularity Mediates the Relationship Between Political Skill and Workplace Interpersonal Mistreatment

Kristin L. Cullen, Center for Creative Leadership, and Auburn University, Jinyan Fan, Auburn University, and Cong Liu, Hofstra University, published “Employee Popularity […]

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Soft Budget Constraints and Predatory States

Mehrdad Vahabi, University of Paris 8, published “Soft Budget Constraints and Predatory States” on February 3rd, 2012 in the Review of […]

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Recognizing Leadership at a Distance

Peter D. Harms, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, Guohong Han and Huaiyu Chen, both of Youngstown State University, published “Recognizing Leadership at a […]

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Leadership in an Academic Setting: A View From the Top

Thomas A. Wright and Andrew J. Wefald, all of Kansas State University, published “Leadership in an Academic Setting: A View From […]

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What Impact Have Smartphones Had on the Tourist Experience?

Dan Wang, Temple University, Sangwon Park, University of Surrey, and Daniel R. Fesenmaier, Temple University, published “The Role of Smartphones in Mediating […]

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U.S. Income Distribution Winners and Losers

Rich households found to be the real beneficiaries of economic prosperity Los Angeles, CA (February 28, 2012) People all over […]

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Bargaining Behind the Scenes

Beth A. Livingston, Cornell University, published “Bargaining Behind the Scenes: Spousal Negotiation, Labor, and Work-Family Burnout” on December 21st, 2011 in […]

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Team Meeting Attitudes

Thomas A. O’Neill, University of Calgary, and Natalie J. Allen, University of Western Ontario, published “Team Meeting Attitudes: Conceptualization and Investigation of […]

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Using Photographs to Research Organizations

Joshua L. Ray and Anne D. Smith, both of the University of Tennessee, published “Using Photographs to Research Organizations: Evidence, […]

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Local Arts Agencies as Destination Management Organizations

Mark A. Hager and HeeKyung Sung, both of Arizona State University, published “Local Arts Agencies as Destination Management Organizations” on […]

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Examining Business through Films

Today the Academy Awards will be telecast worldwide. In the academic research, films and the industry surrounding them have played […]

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The Illusion of Statistical Control

Kevin D. Carlson, Virginia Tech, and Jinpei Wu, Minnesota State University Moorhead, published “The Illusion of Statistical Control: Control Variable Practice in […]

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Toxic Pollution and School Performance Scores

Cristina Lucier, Boston College, Anna Rosofsky, Bruce London, both of Clark University, Helen Scharber, Hampshire College, and John M. Shandra, SUNY Stony […]

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A New Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is Now Available Online!

The September 2011 issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is available online. Please click here to view the Table of Contents. […]

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The Academy of Management Africa Conference is Now Accepting Submissions!

The submission system for the Academy of Management Africa Conference, held on January 7-10, 2013 in Johannesburg, South Africa, is […]

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How Banks Respond to Climate Change

Bettina Furrer, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Jens Hamprecht and Volker H. Hoffmann, both of ETH Zurich, published “Much Ado About […]

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Advances in Developing Human Resources: February 2012 Issue Now Online!

Volume 14, Number 1 (February 2012) of Advances in Developing Human Resources is now available online. This special issue highlights […]

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As Featured Today in the Wall Street Journal’s Health Section: Transcending Socialization

Alexandra Michel, University of Southern California, published “Transcending Socialization: A Nine-Year Ethnography of the Body’s Role in Organizational Control and Knowledge […]

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Overcoming Relational Inertia

Forrest Briscoe and Wenpin Tsai, both of Penn State University, published “Overcoming Relational Inertia: How Organizational Members Respond to Acquisition Events […]

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The Family in Family Business

Andrea L. Santiago, De La Salle University,  published “The Family in Family Business: Case of the In-Laws in Philippine Businesses” […]

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Motivational Effects of Empowerment on Employees’ Organizational Commitment

BeomCheol (Peter) Kim, Auckland University of Technology, Gyumin Lee, Kyung Hee University, Suzanne K. Murrmann, Virginia Tech, and Thomas R. George, Ohio […]

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Core Self Evaluations and Team Performance

Jeffrey J. Haynie, Auburn University, published “Core-Self Evaluations and Team Performance: The Role of Team-Member Exchange” on November 29th, 2011 in […]

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Leadership: Theory and Practice

Peter Northouse’s Leadership: Theory and Practice, Sixth Edition, is now available! Adopted at more than 1,000 colleges and universities worldwide, […]

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Educating Managers to Create Healthy Workplaces

Brad Gilbreath, Colorado State University–Pueblo, published “Educating Managers to Create Healthy Workplaces” on December 7th, 2011 in the Journal of Management […]

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Is Paternalism an ”Asset” or a ”Liability”?

Francesco Chirico, Mattias Nordqvist, both of Jönköping International Business School, Gianluca Colombo, University of Lugano, and Edoardo Mollona, University of Bologna, published […]

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How Can Significance Tests Be Deinstitutionalized?

Marc Orlitzky, Penn State University, published “How Can Significance Tests Be Deinstitutionalized?” on December 12th, 2011 in Organizational Research Methods. To […]

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Being Tough or Being Nice?

Joachim Hüffmeier, University of Münster, Philipp Alexander Freund, Leuphana University Lüneburg, Alfred Zerres, Klaus Backhaus and Guido Hertel, all of University […]

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Measuring the Effectiveness of Mutual Learning for Taiwan’s Tourist Hotels with the DEA Approach

Chung-Te Ting, Chang Jung Christian University, and Chin-Wei Huang, Taiwan Shoufu University, published “Measuring the Effectiveness of Mutual Learning for Taiwan’s Tourist […]

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An Improved Measure of Ethical Leadership

Gary Yukl, University at Albany, Rubina Mahsud, Seattle University, Shahidul Hassan, Ohio State University, and Gregory E. Prussia, Seattle University, published “An […]

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An Integrative Model of the Role of Trust in Transactive Memory Development

Melanie Ashleigh and Jane Prichard, both of the University of Southampton, published “An Integrative Model of the Role of Trust in […]

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Faster Route to the CEO Suite: Nepotism or Managerial Proficiency?

Carlo Salvato, Alessandro Minichilli and Raffaella Piccarreta, all of Bocconi University, published “Faster Route to the CEO Suite: Nepotism or Managerial […]

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Fishing for NTBs

William R. Schubert, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, published “Fishing for NTBs: The Catfish Wars as a Rent-Seeking Problem” on […]

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Helping Students Manage Their Energy

Gretchen M. Spreitzer, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and Traci Grant, University of Michigan alumna, published “Helping Students Manage Their Energy: Taking […]

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Quiet Desperation: Another Perspective on Employee Engagement

Karen Kelly Wollard, Broward College, published “Quiet Desperation: Another Perspective on Employee Engagement” in the November 2011 issue of Advances in […]

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Employee Justice Across Cultures

Ruodan Shao, City University of Hong Kong, Deborah E. Rupp, Purdue University, Daniel P. Skarlicki, University of British Columbia, and Kisha […]

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The Role of Cultural Products in Authentic African “Eatertainment”

Muchazondida Mkono, Southern Cross University, published “Using Net-Based Ethnography (Netnography) to Understand the Staging and Marketing of ”Authentic African” Dining Experiences […]

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Meetings at Work: Advancing the Theory and Practice of Meetings

Cliff W. Scott, Linda Rhoades Shanock and Steven G. Rogelberg, all of University of North Carolina at Charlotte, published “Meetings at […]

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What are Important Determinants of Sibling Team Success?

Shelley Maeva Farrington, Elmarie Venter, both of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, and Christo Boshoff, Stellenbosch University, published “The Role of Selected Team […]

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Who Are the Winners and the Losers?

The Review of Radical Political Economics has released a new issue! To view all of the articles, please click here. […]

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What Challenges do Persons with Disabilities Face Regarding Employment?

Andrew Houtenville and Valentini Kalargyrou, both of University of New Hampshire, published “People with Disabilities: Employers’ Perspectives on Recruitment Practices, Strategies, […]

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Does Psychological Contract Breach Decrease Proactive Behaviors?

P. Matthijs Bal, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Dan S. Chiaburu and Ismael Diaz, both of Texas A&M University, published “Does Psychological Contract […]

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Addressing the Climate Change-Sustainable Development Nexus

Jonatan Pinkse, Grenoble Ecole de Management, and Ans Kolk, University of Amsterdam Business School, published “Addressing the Climate Change–Sustainable Development Nexus: The Role […]

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Editor’s Choice Collections from Administrative Science Quarterly

Administrative Science Quarterly has been at the cutting edge of organizational studies since the field began. This top-tier journal regularly […]

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The Moderating Effect of Extraversion-Introversion Differences on Group Idea Generation Performance

J. H. Jung, Catholic University of Daegu, Younghwa Lee and Rex Karsten, both of University of Northern Iowa, published “The Moderating […]

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What is Sport Tourists’ Involvement with a Destination?

Kevin Filo, Nan Chen, Griffith University, Ceridwyn King, Temple University, and Daniel C. Funk, Temple University, published “Sport Tourists’ Involvement […]

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Fuzzy Attribution Styles

Arthur D. Martinez, Illinois State University, Mark J. Martinko and Gerald R. Ferris, both of Florida State University, published “Fuzzy Attribution […]

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Teaching a Comprehensive Course on Stress and Work

Richard S. DeFrank, University of Houston, published “Teaching a Comprehensive Course on Stress and Work” on November 16th, 2011 in the […]

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Leading Group Meetings

Benjamin E. Baran, Northern Kentucky University, Linda Rhoades Shanock, Steven G. Rogelberg and Cliff W. Scott, all of University of North […]

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Why and When do Stores With Satisfied Employees Have Satisfied Customers?

Alicia A. Grandey, Pennsylvania State University, Lori S. Goldberg, Personnel Decisions International, Inc., and S. Douglas Pugh, Virginia Commonwealth University, published “Why […]

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A Look at the Relationship between Service Failures, Guest Satisfaction, and Repeat-Patronage Intentions of Casual Dining Guests

Alex Susskind, Cornell University, and Anthony Viccari, Syracuse University, published “A Look at the Relationship between Service Failures, Guest Satisfaction, and […]

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Large Group Interventions

The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science has a new issue available online. To view the December 2011 issue, please click […]

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Racial Diversity and Firm Performance

Goce Andrevski, Queen’s University, Orlando C. Richard, University of Texas at Dallas, Jason D. Shaw, University of Minnesota and Walter J. […]

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Work Worth Doing

Thomas A. Conklin, Gannon University, published “Work Worth Doing: A Phenomenological Study of the Experience of Discovering and Following One’s Calling” […]

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The Role of Responsible Gambling Strategy in Forming Behavioral Intention

Hak-Jun Song, Pai Chai University, Choong-Ki Lee, Kyung Hee University, William C. Norman, Clemson University, and Heesup Han, Dong-A University, published “The […]

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Happily Ever After

Charles A. Funk, Northeastern Illinois University, and Brian W. Kulik, Hawaii Pacific University, published “Happily Ever After: Toward a Theory of Late […]

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Assessing Espoused Goals in Private Family Firms Using Content Analysis

Aaron F. McKenny, Jeremy C. Short, Miles A. Zachary and G. Tyge Payne published “Assessing Espoused Goals in Private Family […]

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The Staff Ride: An Approach to Qualitative Data Generation and Analysis

Wendy S. Becker, Shippensburg University, and Michael J. Burke, Tulane University, published “The Staff Ride: An Approach to Qualitative Data Generation and […]

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Towards a Deeper Philosophy of Biomimicry

Freya Mathews, Latrobe University, published “Towards a Deeper Philosophy of Biomimicry” on November 9th, 2011 in Organization & Environment’s OnlineFirst […]

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How Can You Find Innovative Leaders?

Lauren E. McEntire, PepsiCo, and Tiffany M. Greene-Shortridge, Kenexa, published “Recruiting and Selecting Leaders for Innovation : How to Find the […]

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Contextualizing Performances of Family Firms

Andrea Colli, Bocconi University, published “Contextualizing Performances of Family Firms: The Perspective of Business History” on November 7th, 2011 in Family […]

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Who Needs Security?

Marshall Pattie, Laura Parks and William Wales, all of James Madison University, published “Who Needs Security? Entrepreneurial Minorities, Security Values, and […]

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Public Knowledge, Private Gain: The Effect of Spillover Networks on Firms’ Innovative Performance

Elisa Operti, ESSEC Business School, and Gianluca Carnabuci, University of Lugano, published “Public Knowledge, Private Gain: The Effect of Spillover Networks on […]

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Film-Induced Heritage Site Conservation

Steve Pan, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and Chris Ryan, The University of Waikato Management School, published “Film-Induced Heritage Site Conservation: The […]

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The Free Breakfast Effect

Juan L. Nicolau and Ricardo Sellers, both of the University of Alicante, published “The Free Breakfast Effect: An Experimental Approach […]

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A Direct Comparison Approach for Testing Measurement Invariance

Gordon W. Cheung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Rebecca S. Lau, The Open University of Hong Kong, published “A Direct […]

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Facilitating Authentic Becoming

Matthew Eriksen, Providence College, published “Facilitating Authentic Becoming” on November 2nd, 2011 in the Journal of Management Education’s OnlineFirst section. Other […]

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Part 5 of 5: What are the Current and Future Implications for a “Work-Life Balance?”

Today we’re continuing our special series of posts on Work-Life Balance. We hope you find the series insightful and thought-provoking. […]

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Part 4 of 5: Specific Examples that Explore “Work-Life Balance”

Today we’re continuing our special series of posts on Work-Life Balance. We hope you find the series insightful and thought-provoking. […]

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Part 3 of 5: “What is Work-Life Balance?”

Today we’re continuing our special series of posts on Work-Life Balance. We hope you find the series insightful and thought-provoking. […]

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Part 2 of 5: Family Change and Time Allocation in American Families

Today we’re continuing our special series of posts on Work-Life Balance. We hope you find the series insightful and thought-provoking. […]

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Part 1 of 5: Work, Family, and Workplace Flexibility

This week Management INK will be running a special series of posts on the important theme of Work-Life Balance. We […]

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Perceptions of Justice in Extrinsic Reward Patterns

Hai Ming Chen and Peng Chuan Fu, both of Tamkang University, published “Perceptions of Justice in Extrinsic Reward Patterns” on November […]

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What is the Impact of Other Customers on Customer Experience?

Li Miao, Purdue University, and Anna S. Mattila, Penn State University, published “The Impact of Other Customers on Customer Experiences: A Psychological […]

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Academy of Management Africa Conference

Join the Academy of Management on January 7-10, 2013 for their Africa Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Gordon Institute […]

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On Marketing Thought and the Further Development of Marketing Theory

The December 2011 issue of Marketing Theory has a commentaries section that focuses on the theme: “On Marketing Thought and […]

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Meta-Analytic Review of Employee Turnover as a Predictor of Firm Performance

Julie I. Hancock, David G. Allen, University of Memphis, Frank A. Bosco, Marshall University, Karen R. McDaniel, Arkansas State University, and […]

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How to Search for, Discover, and Evaluate Innovations

The Journal of Management Education has a new issue available online! William I. Norton, Jr., Georgia Southern University, and Dena H. […]

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Faster Route to the CEO Suite: Nepotism or Managerial Proficiency?

Carlo Salvato, Alessandro Minichilli and Raffaella Piccarreta, all of Bocconi University, published “Faster Route to the CEO Suite: Nepotism or Managerial […]

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Task Types and Team-Level Attributes

Jessica L. Wildman, Amanda L. Thayer, both of University of Central Florida, Michael A. Rosen, Johns Hopkins University, Eduardo Salas, […]

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What is Radical in Neoliberal-Nationalist South Africa?

Patrick Bond, University of KwaZulu-Natal, published “What is Radical in Neoliberal-Nationalist South Africa?” in the September 2011 issue of the Review […]

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What Role Does Capitalism Play in the Environmental Consquences of Livestock Production?

Ryan Gunderson, Michigan State University, published “The Metabolic Rifts of Livestock Agribusiness” on October 19th, 2011 in Organization & Environment’s OnlineFirst […]

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New Cornell Hospitality Quarterly Issue!

Cornell Hospitality Quarterly has released a new issue available. Click here to view all of the articles. Chekitan S. Dev, […]

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Is Gang Phenomena Present in Work Organizations?

Mark Stein, University of Leicester, and Jonathan Pinto, Imperial College Business School, published “The Dark Side of Groups : A ”Gang at […]

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Formal Mentoring Programs

Frankie J. Weinberg and Melenie J. Lankau, both of the University of Georgia, published “Formal Mentoring Programs: A Mentor-Centric and Longitudinal […]

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Moving Forward and Making a Difference

Amy L. Ostrom, Mary Jo Bitner, Stephen W. Brown, Kevin A. Burkhard, Michael Goul, Vicki Smith-Daniels, Haluk Demirkan, and Elliot […]

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What Should our International Climate Treaty Look Like?

There is still time to try for a chance to win one of five books in the @SAGEManagement giveaway.  Visit […]

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Developmental Leadership

  Reminder: SAGE is giving away five management books, winners to be announced on Monday. Visit Twitter @SAGEManagement and retweet […]

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How do the World’s Nations View Nuclear Energy?

Fred C. Pampel, University of Colorado, Boulder, published “Support for Nuclear Energy in the Context of Climate Change : Evidence From […]

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Using Twitter in University Research, Teaching and Impact Activities

How is twitter relevant to universities and academia? Can anything of academic value ever be said in just 140 characters? […]

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The Influence of Emergent Expertise on Group Decision Processes

Golnaz Tajeddin, York University, Frank Safayeni, University of Waterloo, Catherine E. Connelly and Kevin Tasa, both of McMaster University, published “The […]

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Most Cited Articles 2009-2010

One of the most cited articles in 2009 and 2010 in Management & Organization Studies is from Organizational Research Methods. […]

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The Effects of Trust on the Preference for Decentralized Bargaining

Werner Nienhueser and Heiko Hossfeld, both of University of Duisburg–Essen, published “The Effects of Trust on the Preference for Decentralized Bargaining […]

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JMI Six Degrees Podcast series

As the Journal of Management Inquiry (JMI) approached its 20th year, Marvin Washington and Nelson Phillips called on the editorial […]

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A Strategy for Diversity Training: Focusing on Empathy in the Workplace

The Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research has a new issue available online! Click here to view all of the […]

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Employee Job Search

Wendy R. Boswell, Ryan D. Zimmerman and Brian W. Swider, all of Texas A&M University, published “Employee Job Search: Toward […]

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The Effects of Perceptual and Conceptual Training on Novice Wine Drinkers’ Development

Kathryn A. LaTour, Las Vegas, Michael S. LaTour, University of Nevada, and Andrew H. Feinstein, California Polytechnic University, published “The Effects of […]

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We Are All Stakeholders of Gaia

Sandra Waddock, Boston College, published “We Are All Stakeholders of Gaia: A Normative Perspective on Stakeholder Thinking” in the June […]

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Assessing a Presidential Transition: Bill Clinton’s Inaugural Year

Al S. Lovvorn and W. Earl Walker, both of The Citadel, published “Assessing a Presidential Transition: Bill Clinton’s Inaugural Year” […]

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Reconceptualizing Capitalism

Raju J. Das, York University, published “Reconceptualizing Capitalism: Forms of Subsumption of Labor, Class Struggle, and Uneven Development” on October 4th, […]

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Building the Ethical Organization: Practical Theory for Developing Virtuous Human Systems

The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science has announced a Call for Papers under the theme of “Building the Ethical Organization: […]

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SAGE recognizes most downloaded articles 2009-2010

SAGE has published a collection of the top downloaded and cited journal articles from across its entire journals portfolio for […]

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Compensation and Benefits Review has a new editor!

SAGE Publications and Management INK would like to welcome Howard Risher as the new editor for Compensation and Benefits Review. […]

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Examining Markets, Marketing, Consumers, and Society through Documentary Films

Russell Belk, York University, published “Examining Markets, Marketing, Consumers, and Society through Documentary Films” on August 23rd, 2011 in Journal […]

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Organization & Environment: Climate Change, Adaptation, and Vulnerability

Paul McLaughlin, State University of New York–Geneseo, published “Climate Change, Adaptation, and Vulnerability: Reconceptualizing Societal-Environment Interaction Within a Socially Constructed Adaptive […]

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Moving Forward and Making a Difference

Amy L. Ostrom, Mary Jo Bitner, Stephen W. Brown, Kevin A. Burkhard, Michael Goul, Vicki Smith-Daniels, Haluk Demirkan, and Elliot […]

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The Impact of Media Information

Vinit M. Desai, University of Colorado, published “The Impact of Media Information on Issue Salience Following Other Organizations’ Failures” on September […]

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Modern Retailers in Transition Economies: The Case of Vietnam

Masayoshi Maruyama and Le Viet Trung, both of Kobe University, published “Modern Retailers in Transition Economies: The Case of Vietnam” on […]

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Reflecting on 50 Years of the Journal of Travel Research

The Journal of Travel Research (JTR) celebrates its 50th anniversary! Charles R. Goeldner, founding editor of JTR, published “Reflecting on […]

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JMI: The Internet is Not Necessarily the Scholar’s Friend

Luigi Proserpio, Bocconi University, published “The Internet is Not Necessarily the Scholar’s Friend” on September 26th, 2011 in the Journal of […]

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2012 OBTC Conference Call for Papers

The 39th OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators June 20-23, 2012 – Brock University The mission of the OBTS Teaching Society […]

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Why Can’t a Family Business Be More Like a Nonfamily Business?

Alex Stewart, Marquette University, and Michael A. Hitt, Texas A&M University, published “Why Can’t a Family Business Be More Like a Nonfamily […]

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Talking Past Each Other?

Andrew J. Hoffman, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, published “Talking Past Each Other? Cultural Framing of Skeptical and Convinced Logics in […]

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The Resume Characteristics Determining Job Interviews for Middle-Aged Women Seeking Entry-Level Employment

Emily Johnson, The Texas Sunset Advisory Commission, and Joanna Lahey, Texas A&M University, published “The Resume Characteristics Determining Job Interviews for Middle-Aged Women […]

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The Effects of Trust on the Preference for Decentralized Bargaining

Werner Nienhueser and Heiko Hossfeld, both of the University of Duisburg–Essen, published “The Effects of Trust on the Preference for […]

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The Ethics of Research Methods

Are you interested in learning more about the ethical aspects of research methods? The Academy of Management recently released as […]

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Toward Understanding the Effects of Transformational Leadership on Well-Being

Susanne Tafvelin, Kerstin Armelius, and Kristina Westerberg, all of Umea University, published “Toward Understanding the Direct and Indirect Effects of Transformational […]

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Relational Damage and Relationship Repair

Tim Jones, Peter A. Dacin and Shirley F. Taylor published “Relational Damage and Relationship Repair : A New Look at […]

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The Commodification of Pollution and a Preemptive Double Movement in Environmental Governance

Matt J. Mariola, College of Wooster, published “The Commodification of Pollution and a Preemptive Double Movement in Environmental Governance: The Case of […]

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The Moderating Effect of Extraversion-Introversion Differences on Group Idea Generation Performance

J. H. Jung, Catholic University of Daegu, Younghwa Lee and Rex Karsten, both of the University of Northern Iowa, published […]

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Workplace Violence

Martin B. Kormanik, O.D. Systems, published “Workplace Violence: Assessing Organizational Awareness and Planning Interventions” in the February 2011 issue of Advances […]

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Generational Differences in Work Values

Jean M. Twenge, San Diego State University, Stacy M. Campbell, Kennesaw State University, Brian J. Hoffman and Charles E. Lance, University […]

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Advancing Family Business Research Through Narrative Analysis

Alexandra Dawson, Concordia University, and Daniel Hjorth, Copenhagen Business School, published “Advancing Family Business Research Through Narrative Analysis” on September 19th, 2011 […]

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Journal of Macromarketing Call for Papers

The Journal of Macromarketing has announced two new Calls for Papers. The first Call for Papers is for the 37th […]

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Performance Management Systems, Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our themed post on “Performance Management!” The Journal of Management Education will answer the following […]

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Performance Management Systems, Part 1

What is wrong with our current performance management systems and what are the strategies for improvement? Compensation & Benefits Review […]

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Assessing Espoused Goals in Private Family Firms Using Content Analysis

Aaron F. McKenny, Jeremy C. Short, Miles A. Zachary and G. Tyge Payne  published “Assessing Espoused Goals in Private Family […]

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Specific Teamwork Requirements and Implications for Team Design

A new issue of Small Group Research is now available online! Daniel Lafond, Defence R&D Canada–Valcartier, Marie-Eve Jobidon, Defence R&D […]

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Narrative, drama and charismatic leadership

Abz Sharma and David Grant published “Narrative, drama and charismatic leadership: The case of Apple’s Steve Jobs” in the February […]

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Environmental Perception, Management, and Competitive Opportunity

María Dolores López-Gamero, Enrique Claver-Cortés and José Francisco Molina-Azorín, all of University of Alicante, published “Environmental Perception, Management, and Competitive Opportunity […]

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Data for Decision Making: Three Instances of Inquiry for Improved Action

The May 2011 issue of Advances in Developing Human Resources is available online and can be found here. This special […]

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New Book Explores the Making of a Humanitarian Leader

How do seemingly ordinary people become the kind of leaders who have a meaningful and often lasting impact on the […]

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Work Worth Doing

Thomas A. Conklin, Gannon University, published “Work Worth Doing: A Phenomenological Study of the Experience of Discovering and Following One’s Calling” on […]

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Unproctored Internet Test Verification

Guido Makransky,  and Cees. A. W. Glas, both of the University of Twente in the Netherlands, published “Unproctored Internet Test […]

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Employment and Gross Domestic Product in Swedish Family-Owned Businesses

Carl Magnus Bjuggren, Linköping University, Dan Johansson, Dalarna University, and Hans Sjögren, Linköping University, published “A Note on Employment and Gross […]

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Tips for Self Promotion of your Journal Article or Book

Are you an author, researcher, academic, or practitioner who is looking to self-promote your journal article or book? Here are […]

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“Feminizing” Middle Management?

José Manuel Lavié Martínez, Universidad de Sevilla, published ”Feminizing” Middle Management?: An Inquiry Into the Gendered Subtexts in University Department Headship” on […]

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Tour Guide Performance and Tourist Satisfaction: A Study of the Package Tours in Shanghai

Songshan Huang, University of South Australia, Cathy H. C. Hsu and Andrew Chan, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, published “Tour Guide Performance […]

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Macromarketing Roundtable Commentary

Alan Bradshaw, University of London, and Mark Tadajewski, University of Strathclyde, published “Macromarketing Roundtable Commentary–The Export of Marketing Education” on September 20th, […]

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New Group & Organization Management Issue Available

The October 2011 issue of Group & Organization Management (GOM) is available online and can be found here. The lead […]

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It’s Unfair: Why Customers Who Merely Observe an Uncivil Employee Abandon the Company

Christine Porath, Georgetown University, Deborah MacInnis and Valerie S. Folkes, both of University of Southern California, Los Angeles, published “It’s Unfair: […]

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Meetings Matter: Effects of Team Meetings on Team and Organizational Success

Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock and Simone Kauffeld, both of Technische Universität Braunschweig, published “Meetings Matter: Effects of Team Meetings on Team and Organizational […]

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The Family in Family Business: Case of the In-Laws in Philippine Businesses

Andrea L. Santiago, De La Salle University,  published “The Family in Family Business: Case of the In-Laws in Philippine Businesses” […]

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Journal of Marketing Education 2012 Call for Papers

The 36th annual conference of the Marketing Educators’ Association will be held April 19-21 2012 at the Hilton Long Beach […]

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SAGE to publish Social Marketing Quarterly (SMQ) in 2012!

SAGE will launch its partnership with FHI 360 by publishing the journal Social Marketing Quarterly beginning in 2012. The title […]

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Facilitating and Creating Synergies Between Teaching and Research

David B. Balkin, University of Colorado, Boulder, and Jeffrey A. Mello, Siena College, published “Facilitating and Creating Synergies Between Teaching and Research: The […]

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California’s Public Sector Pension Plans in Perspective

John G. Kilgour, Professor Emeritus at California State University, published “California’s Public Sector Pension Plans in Perspective” in the May/June 2011 […]

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Travel Planning: Searching for and Booking Hotels on the Internet

Rex S. Toh, Charles F. DeKay and Peter Raven published “Travel Planning: Searching for and Booking Hotels on the Internet” […]

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Answers to 20 Questions About Interrater Reliability and Interrater Agreement

James M. LeBreton, Purdue University, and Jenell L. Senter, Wayne State University, published “Answers to 20 Questions About Interrater Reliability and Interrater […]

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The September 2011 issue of Business & Society is Online

The September 2011 issue of Business & Society (BAS) is now available online here. This issue continues the 50th anniversary […]

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New Journal of Management Education podcast is available!

The Journal of Management Education (JME) has a new podcast available online! In this podcast, Mary Ann Hazen, Associate Editor […]

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Crafting Qualitative Research

Ann L. Cunliffe, University of New Mexico, published “Crafting Qualitative Research: Morgan and Smircich 30 Years On” in the October 2011 […]

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When David Met Victoria: Forging a Strong Family Brand

Marie-Agnès Parmentier, HEC Montréal, published “When David Met Victoria: Forging a Strong Family Brand” in the September 2011 issue of Family Business Review. […]

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Team Emotional Intelligence and Performance: Interactive Dynamics between Leaders and Members

Jin Wook Chang, Carnegie Mellon University, Thomas Sy, University of California, Riverside, and Jin Nam Choi, Seoul National University, published “Team Emotional […]

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Using Dissatisfied Customers as a Source for Innovative Service Ideas

Philippe Duverger, Towson University, published “Using Dissatisfied Customers as a Source for Innovative Service Ideas” in the Journal of Hospitality & […]

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Making the Case for a Post-National Cultural Analysis of Organizations

Anne E. Witte, EDHEC Business School, published “Making the Case for a Post-National Cultural Analysis of Organizations” in the Journal of […]

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High-Performance Work Systems and Job Control

Jaclyn M. Jensen, George Washington University, Pankaj C. Patel, Ball State University, and Jake G. Messersmith, University of Nebraska-Kearney, published “High-Performance Work […]

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California’s State Disability and Paid Family Leave Program

In the September/October 2011 issue of Compensation & Benefits Review, John G. Kilgour, Professor Emeritus at California State University, published […]

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Testing the Developmental Nature of Work Motivation

“Testing the Developmental Nature of Work Motivation Using Kegan’s Constructive-Development Theory,” by Marilyn J. Bugenhagen and John E. Barbuto, Jr., […]

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Four Positive Effects of a Salesperson’s Regional Dialect in Services Selling

Robert Mai and Stefan Hoffmann, both of Dresden University of Technology, published “Four Positive Effects of a Salesperson’s Regional Dialect in […]

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September 2011 Issue of Review of Radical Political Economics is Available

The current issue of Review of Radical Political Economics, September 2011, is now available online. To view the Table of […]

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Spirituality as a Discarded Form of Organizational Wisdom

Nurit Zaidman, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, and Ofra Goldstein-Gidoni, Tel Aviv University, published “Spirituality as a Discarded Form of Organizational Wisdom: Field-Based […]

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Small Group Research: Special Issue Call for Papers

Small Group Research has announced a Call for Papers for an upcoming Special Issue on the theme of “Pedagogy.” “Have […]

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Child Labor and Responsible Consumers

In honor of Labor Day, Management Ink would like to highlight an article that has just appeared on OnlineFirst for […]

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New Human Resource Development Review OnlineFirst Articles

Human Resource Development Review has four new articles available on OnlineFirst! They can be viewed here. The most recent article, […]

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New Business & Society Issue is Available

Business & Society‘s September 2011 issue is now available online! To view the Table of Contents, please click here. Roberto […]

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Charting the Future of Family Business Research: Perspectives From the Field

Reginald A. Litz, University of Manitoba, Allison W. Pearson and Shanan Litchfield, both of Mississippi State University, published “Charting the […]

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New Compensation and Benefits Review Issue available

The September/October 2011 issue of Compensation & Benefits Review (CBR) is now available online. To view the Table of Contents, […]

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New Journal of Management Inquiry Podcast

The Journal of Management Inquiry has developed a new section called “Six Degrees,” in which important authors and professors of […]

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The September 2011 issue of the Journal of Management is available!

The September 2011 issue of the Journal of Management is now available. To view the Table of Contents please click […]

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Group & Organization Management’s 2011 Best Paper Winners

Management INK would like to congratulate the following winners of Group & Organization Management‘s 2011 Best Paper Awards: Hetty van […]

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A New Journal of Management Education Podcast is available!

The Journal of Management Education (JME) has added a new podcast to its collection. In this podcast, Gordon Meyer, associate […]

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Organizational Research Methods 2011 Best Paper

Management INK would like to congratulate the winners of the 2011 Best Paper Award for Organizational Research Methods. Keith Leavitt, […]

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Conflict Management for Government and Businesses to Share Effective Practices in China

Alfred Wong, Lingnan University, Lu Wei, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and Dean Tjosvold, Lingnan University, published “Conflict Management for Government and Businesses […]

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2011 Journal of Management Scholarly Award Winners!

Management INK would like to congratulate the following 2011 Scholarly Impact Award winners for the Journal of Management: Robert E. […]

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Journal of Management 2011 Best Paper Award Winner

Management INK would like to congratulate the following 2011 Best Paper Award winner for the Journal of Management: Brian E. […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Sustainability

Ivan Montiel, Loyola Marymount University, published “Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Sustainability: Separate Pasts, Common Futures” in the September 2008 […]

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Sign up for SAGE’s Email Alerts!

SAGE Publications wants to help you keep up–to–date with our products and services by signing up to our email alerts. […]

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What Do Resource and Capability-Based Theories Propose?

Michael J. Leiblein, Ohio State University, published “What Do Resource- and Capability-Based Theories Propose?” in the July 2011 issue of the […]

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A Case Study of a Culinary Tourism Campaign in Germany

“A Case Study of a Culinary Tourism Campaign in Germany: Implications for Strategy Making and Successful Implementation” was published by […]

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Visitor Centers, Collaboration, and the Role of Local Food and Beverage as Regional Tourism Development Tools

Abel Duarte Alonso, University of Western Sydney; Edith Cowan University, and Yi Liu, Curtin University, published “Visitor Centers, Collaboration, and […]

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Consumers’ Responses to Table Spacing in Restaurants

Stephani K. A. Robson, Sheryl E. Kimes, Franklin D. Becker and Gary W. Evans, all of Cornell University, published “Consumers’ Responses to […]

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An Exploratory Examination in Quick-Service Restaurants

Kimberly Mathe and Lisa Slevitch, both of Oklahoma State University published, “An Exploratory Examination of Supervisor Undermining, Employee Involvement Climate, and […]

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Most Cited and Most Read article for FBR

Family Business Review (FBR) provides a scholarly forum to publish conceptual, theoretical and empirical research aimed to advance the understanding […]

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Most Cited and Most Read article for FBR

Family Business Review (FBR) provides a scholarly forum to publish conceptual, theoretical and empirical research aimed to advance the understanding […]

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HRDR Joins SAGETrack!

Human Resource Development Review (HRDR), published in Association with Academy of Human Resource Development, is a theory journal for scholars […]

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2011 AOM Annual Meeting

The Academy of Management (AOM) “is a leading professional association for scholars dedicated to creating and disseminating knowledge about management […]

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Group & Organization Management Call for Editor

Group and Organization Management (GOM) invites applications for the position of Editor. The term of office is three and one […]

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2010 Impact Factor and Ranking Results

SAGE is pleased to announce 27% growth in the number of titles receiving Impact Factors with 385 journals now indexed […]

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2011 Annual ICHRIE Summer Conference

“All members are invited to join ICHRIE (International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education) for the 2011 Annual Summer Conference […]

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What Constitutes a Theoretical Contribution in Family Business?

“What Constitutes a Theoretical Contribution in Family Business?” by Trish Reay, University of Alberta, and David A. Whetten, Brigham Young University, […]

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The Paradox of Meritocracy in Organizations

Emilio J. Castilla, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Stephen Benard, Indiana University published “The Paradox of Meritocracy in Organizations,” in […]

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Writing Your Journal Article in 12 Weeks

Interested in writing an article for a journal but struggling with it? SAGE published Writing Your Journal Article in Twelve […]

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Markets, Morals, and Practices of Trade

Michel Anteby, Harvard University, published “Markets, Morals, and Practices of Trade: Jurisdictional Disputes in the U.S. Commerce in Cadavers” in […]

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Business and Society receives its first Impact Factor!

Business and Society (BAS), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, is the official journal of the International Association for Business and Society, […]

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Why Submit Your Manuscript to O&E?

Organization & Environment (O&E), recognized as a leading international journal of ecosocial research unique in its emphasis on organizations, institutions, […]

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Linking in With LinkedIn

Joseph G. Gerard, Western New England University, recently published “Linking in With LinkedIn®: Three Exercises That Enhance Professional Social Networking and […]

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Journal of Applied Behavioral Science receives 2011 Impact Factor

The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (JABS) is the leading international journal on the effects of evolutionary and planned change. Founded […]

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Are Universities Creating Millennial Narcissistic Employees?

James W. Westerman, Jacqueline Z. Bergman, Shawn M. Bergman and Joseph P. Daly, all of Appalachian State University, published “Are Universities […]

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ASQ Paper Wins ASA Award

The Organizations, Occupations and Work Division of the American Sociological Association has announced the winner of the W. Richard Scott […]

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JOM’s Editor’s Choice Collections

The Journal of Management (JOM) is committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles that have a high impact on […]

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The 2011 FBR Best Paper Award Goes to…

Family Business Review (FBR) announced that Jörn Block, TechnischeUniversität München, was announced the winner of the 2011 Best Paper award for his […]

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Why Attachment Security Matters

Martin Mende, University of Kentucky, and Ruth N. Bolton, Marketing Science Institute, Cambridge, collaborated on “Why Attachment Security Matters: How Customers’ […]

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New JME Podcast!

The Journal of Management Education (JME), a publication of the OBTS Teaching Society for Management Educators, has completed its eighth […]

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Research on Accounting in Family Firms

Carlo Salvato, Bocconi University, and Ken Moores, Bond University, published “Research on Accounting in Family Firms: Past Accomplishments and Future Challenges” […]

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Happy 4th of July Weekend!

Happy Fourth of July weekend from your friends at SAGE Publications! In the hope that all of our readers had […]

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Organization & Environment- Podcast

Organization and Environment, the International Journal of Ecosocial Research, has developed its first podcast for the March 2011 issue. In […]

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Retiring From the Family Business

Marylène Gagnè, Department of Management, Concordia University, Carsten Wrosch, Department of Psychology, Concordia Universityand Stephanie Brun de Pontet, The Family Business Consulting Group, Inc., […]

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JMI- Six Degrees Interviews

The Journal of Management Inquiry has developed a new section called “Six Degrees,” in which important authors and professors of […]

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A New Hope for Rank and Yank

 “A New Hope for Rank and Yank” was published by Jamie R. Mulligan, Illinois State University, and Rebecca A. Bull Schaefer, […]

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Job Satisfaction and Empowerment on Customer’s Perception of Service Quality

“The Role and Effect of Job Satisfaction and Empowerment On Customers’ Perception of Service Quality: a Study in the Restaurant […]

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Chinese Tourists’ Image of America

Xiang (Robert) Li, University of South Carolina, and Svetlana Stepchenkova, University of Florida, published “Chinese Outbound Tourists’Destination Image of America: Part I” […]

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The Blame Game

Elizabeth M. Poposki, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, published “The Blame Game: Exploring the Nature and Correlates of Attributions Following Work–Family […]

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Ecological Modernization Theory

“Key Challenges to Ecological Modernization Theory: Institutional Efficacy, Case Study Evidence, Units of Analysis, and the Pace of Eco-Efficiency” by […]

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Glocal Conservatism

“Glocal conservatism: How marketing articulated a neo-traditional Saudi Arabian society during the first oil boom, c. 1974-1984” was published by […]

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Business and Society celebrates 50 years!

Business and Society was founded in 1960 and is continuing the celebration of their 50th anniversary volume with a June 2011 issue, […]

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Agency Relationships

Marcelo S. Pagliarussi and Flávia O. Rapozo, both of FUCAPE Business School, published “Agency Relationships in a Brazilian Multifamily Firm” in the […]

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A Study of Relationships in Family Firms

Lien Beck, Wim Janssens, Tinne Lommelen, all of Hasselt University, and Marion Debruyne, of Vlerick Management School, published “A Study of the Relationships […]

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Leader Deception

Jennifer A. Griffith, Shane Connelly, and Chase E. Thiel, all of the University of Oklahoma, published “Leader Deception Influences on […]

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A Brand New Brand

“A Brand New Brand of Corporate Social Performance“, by Tim Rowley, Toronto University and Shawn Berman, Boston University, currently appears […]

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Job Stress and Incivility

Sara J. Roberts, Lisa L. Scherer and Casey J. Bowyer, all of University of Nebraska, published “Job Stress and Incivility: What […]

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Leading Beautifully: The Creative Economy and Beyond

Nancy Adler, of McGill University, published “Leading Beautifully: The Creative Economy and Beyond,” along with a corresponding video, in OnlineFirst of the Journal of […]

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Tourists’ Loyalty to Mauritius

Girish Prayag, SKEMA Business School, and Chris Ryan, Waikato Management School published “Antecedents of Tourists’ Loyalty to Mauritius: The Role and Influence of […]

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The Adaptive Approach

Ching Fang Lee, Shih Chien University, Stephen Dun-Hou Tsai, and Mansour Amjadi, both from National Sun Yat-Sen University, published “The Adaptive Approach: […]

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Influences of Leader Deception

Jennifer A. Griffith, Shane Connelly, and Chase E. Thiel, all of University of Oklahoma, published “Leader Deception Influences on Leader Member […]

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Faultlines, Fairness, and Fighting

 “Faultlines, Fairness, and Fighting: A Justice Perspective on Conflict in Diverse Groups,”  by Chester S. Spell, Rutgers University, Katerina Bezrukova, Santa Clara University, Jarrod Haar, University […]

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Stakeholder Interests & Natural Gas

Jeffrey E. Lewin, David Strutton, and Audhesh K. Paswan, all of University of North Texas, published “Conflicting Stakeholder Interests and Natural Gas: A […]

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Multisource Feedback Assessment

Scott N. Taylor, University of New Mexico, and David S. Bright, Wright State University, published “Open-Mindedness and Defensiveness in Multisource […]

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Developing Global Business Capabilities in MBA Students

“Developing Global Business Capabilities in MBA Students” was published by W. Alan Randolph, University of Baltimore, in Online First in Journal of […]

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Globalization of Local Retailing

Pia Polsa, Hanken School of Economics, and Xiucheng Fan, School of Management, Fudan University, published “Globlization of Local Retailing: Threat or Opportunity? The case of […]

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Concealing or Revealing the Family?

Evelyn R. Micelotta and Mia Raynard, both of University of Alberta, published “Concealing or Revealing the Family? Corporate Brand Identity Strategies in Family Firms” […]

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Self-Efficacy Beliefs in Leader Development

Moe Machida and John Schaubroeck, both of Michigan State University, published “The Role of Self-Efficacy Beliefs in Leader Development” in Online […]

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Simulations of Resource Dilemmas

Charles Pavitt, University of Delaware, published “Communication, Performance, and Perceptions in Experimental Simulations of Resource Dilemmas”  in the June 2011 […]

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Perceptions of Trust in the Boardroom

Laura-Ann Migliore and Anshila Horton DeClouette published “Perceptions of Trust in the Boardroom: A Conceptual Model” in Online First in Journal of […]

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Business Leaders & Human Resources

Scott W. Lester, University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire, Jason Fertig, University of Southern Indiana, and Dale J. Dwyer, University of Toledo, published “Do […]

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FBR Call for Papers: Social Issues in the Family Enterprise

Family Business Review welcomes papers for a special issue on Social Issues in the Family Enterprise, to be published in […]

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Moving Forward and Making a Difference

Amy L. Ostrom, Mary Jo Bitner, Stephen W. Brown, Kevin A. Burkhard, Michael Goul, Vicki Smith-Daniels, Haluk Demirkan, all of Arizona […]

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Job Satisfaction & Service Quality

“The Role and Effect of Job Satisfaction and Empowerment on Customers’ Perception of Service Quality,” by Gabriel Gazzoli of Cesar Ritz Colleges, […]

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JABS Best Paper Award Winner Announced

Journal of Applied Behavioral Science announced that  “Sustainable Change in the Public Sector: The Longitudinal Benefits of Organization Development,” by R. Wayne […]

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Global Mindset: A Construct Clarification & Framework

Joana S.P. Story, NOVA School of Business and Economics, and John E. Barbuto, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, recently published “Global Mindset: A Construct Clarification […]

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Word of Mouth & New Service Adoption

“Can we Talk: The Impact of Willingness to Recommend on New-to-Market Service Brand Extension Within a Social Network” was recently […]

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The Development of Measures for Use in Survey Questionnaires

“A Brief Tutorial on the Development of Measures for Use in Survey Questionnaires”, by Timothy R. Hinkin, Cornell University, currently appears as […]

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Engagement, Leadership, & Personality

Andrew J. Wefald, Kansas State University, Rebecca J. Reichard and Shawn A. Serrano, both of Claremont Graduate University, recently published […]

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The Ideal Academic Leader

“From the Follower’s Viewpoint: A Configurational Approach to the Ideal Academic Leader,”  by Jack Smothers and Mark N. Bing, the University of Mississippi, Darin White, […]

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Managing Voluntary Turnover

Paul T.Y. Preenen, Irene E. De Pater, Annelies E.M. Vianen, all of University of Amsterdam, and Laura Keijzer, of TNO Quality of […]

Flexible Leader Theory & Firm Performance

“Human Capital, Efficiency, and Innovative Adaptation as Strategic Determinants of Firm Performance” by Rubina Mahsud, Gregory E. Prussia, Seattle University, and […]

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A Multilevel Systems Model of Leadership

Angelo J. Kinicki, Arizona State University, Katherine J.L. Jacobson, University of New Mexico,  Benjamin M. Galvin, University of Washington Bothell, and […]

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The Art of Acquisition Integration

“Contradiction and Sensemaking in Acquisition Integration“by Samia Chreim and Marzieh Tafagood, University of Ottawa, was published in Online First in  Journal of Applied […]

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Property Rights Design and Market Process

“Property Rights Design and Market Process: Implications for Market Theory, Marketing Theory, and S-D Logic” was recently published in Online First in […]

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Control Variables in Management Research

Guclu Atinc, and Marcia J. Simmering, both of Louisiana Tech University, and Mark J. Kroll, University of Texas at Brownsville, collaborated […]

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Family Ownership and Control

Maria Sacristan-Navarro, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Silvia Gomez-Anson, University of Leon, and Laura Cabeza-Garcia, University of Oviedo, recently published “Family Ownership […]

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2011 Maryellen Weimer Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning Award

SAGE is proud to announce that “Philosophy Rediscovered: Exploring the Connections Between Teaching Philosophies, Educational Philosophies, and Philosophy,”  and “Finding Our […]

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Shared Responsibility & Shared Prosperity

Today, April 20th, at 1:45 pm PDT /4:45 pm EDT, President Obama will discuss the future of American entrepreneurship live online […]

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Revealed or Concealed?

Zeynep G. Aytug, Hannah R. Rothstein, Wencang Zhou, and Mary C. Kern, all of Baruch College, City University of New York, published […]

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Implementing Change Successfully

“What Does It Take to Implement Change Successfully? A Study of the Behaviors of Successful Change Leaders”  by Malcolm Higgs, […]

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Pictorial Information Roles

Soo Hyun Jun, Bournemouth University, and Stephen Holland, University of Florida, published “Information-Processing Strategies: A Focus on Pictorial Information Roles” in the […]

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Joking Aside: “Dilbert” & Employee Dignity

 Elizabeth M. Doherty, Doherty Consulting Group, published “Joking Aside, Insights to Employee Dignity in “Dilbert” Cartoons: The Value of Comic Art […]

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Hotel Trademarks in Organic Search

Srikanth Beldona, Kunwei Lin, and Mingzhu Chen, all of the University of Delaware, Newark, recently published “Hotel Trademarks in Organic […]

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Competition & Combative Advertising

“Competition and Combative Advertising: An Historical Analysis,” by Fred Beard, University of Oklahoma, was published in the September issue of Journal of […]

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Variations in Family System Boundaries

“Variations in Family System Boundaries” by Brian Distelberg, Loma Linda University, and Adrian Blow, Michigan State University, was published in the […]

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Tackling a Global Challenge: California’s Climate Change Policy

“California’s Climate Change Policy: The Case of a Subnational State Actor Tackling a Global Challenge,” by Daniel A. Mazmanian, University of […]

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Retelling Tales of the Field

“Retelling Tales of the Field: In Search of Organizational ethnography 20 Years On” currently appears as one of the most […]

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JOM Welcomes New Editor Deborah E. Rupp

Journal of Management welcomes Deborah E. Rupp as the incoming editor-elect. Dr. Rupp is an Associate Professor in the School […]

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Truth or Urban Legend?

“Method Variance in Organizational Research: Truth or Urban Legend?”, currently appears as one of the most frequently cited articles in […]

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Organizational Identity & Aged Adolescence

“Guiding Organizational Identity Through Aged Adolescence” currently appears as one of the most frequently cited articles in the “Journal of Management […]

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New Strategies for Enduring Problems

J. Bruce Tracey is the Editor of Cornell Hospitality Quarterly and an Associate Professor of Management at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration. His research has […]

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Emotional Intelligence & Service Failure

“Emotional Intelligence as a Moderator of Coping Strategies and Service Outcomes in Circumstances of Service Failure,” by Mark Gabbott of […]

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A Prevailing Myth in the Tourism Industry

“Evaluation of Segment Attractiveness by Risk-Adjusted Market Potential: First Time vs. Repeat Visitors” by Amir Shani, and Arie Reichel, both […]

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Group Interaction Sequences & Group Mood

Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Renee A. Myers, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Simone Kauffeld, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Alexandra Neininger, Technische Universität […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility

“Corporate Social Responsibility: Evolution of a Definitional Construct” from the September 1999 issue of Business & Society, currently appears in the […]

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Virtual Team Performance

René Algesheimer, University of Zurich, Utpal M. Dholakia, Rice University and Calin Gurau, GSCM, Montpellier Business School, recently published “Virtual Team Performance […]

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Leadership Performance

“Understanding Leader Emotional Intelligence and Performance: The Role of Self-Other Agreement on Transformational Leadership Perceptions“, by John J. Sosik and […]

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Non-participation in Controversial Business

“Stakeholder Management and Nonparticipation in Controversial Business” was just published in Business & Society’s Online First. The article was written […]

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Innovation in Leadership and Organization

“Buliding a Climate for Innovation for Transformational Leadership and Organizational Culture“, by James C. Sarros and Brian K. Cooper, both […]

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Ownership Structure

“An Empirical Examination of Ownership Structure in Family and Professionally Managed Firms“, by Catherine M. Daily (Dalton) of Ohio State […]

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Human Resources Management

“The Human Dimension: A Review of Human Resources Management Issues in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry“, by Salih Kusluvan, Zeynep Kusluvan, […]

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Change Management

“Haunted by the Past: Effects of Poor Change Management History on Employee Attitudes and Turnovers“, by Prashant Bordia, Simon Lloyd D. […]

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Structure-Specific Teamwork

“Evidence of Structure-Specific Teamwork Requirements and Implications for Team Design“, by Daniel Lafond and Marie-Eve Jobidon, both of Defence R&D Canada-Valcartier, Québec, […]

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Reactions to Organizational Change

“Change Recipients’ Reactions to Organizational Change: A 60-Year Review of Quantitative Studies,” by Shaul Oreg of the University of Haifa, […]

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The Implications of Childhood Obesity

“Childhood Obesity, Academic Achievement, and School Expenditures”, by Tami Gurley-Calvez and Amy Higginbotham, both of West Virginia University, Morgantown, West […]

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Computer-Mediated Group Brainstorming

“Effects of Anonymity and Social Comparison of Rewards on Computer-Mediated Group Brainstorming“, by Poppy Lauretta McLeod of Cornell University, was recently […]

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Conflict in Nonprofit Boards

“It’s Not Conflict, It’s Differences in Opinion: An In-Depth Examination of Conflict in Nonprofit Boards“, by Shannon Kerwin of the […]

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Sustainability Indicators for Policy Making

“The Usefulness of Sustainability Indicators for Policy Making in Developing Countries: The Case of Madagascar”, by Timothée Ollivier and Pierre-Noël […]

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Discourse-Centered Organizational Change

“Towards a Discourse-Centered Understanding of Organizational Change“, by David Grant of the University of Sydney, and Robert J. Marshak of […]

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Discourse-Centered Organizational Change

“Towards a Discourse-Centered Understanding of Organizational Change“, by David Grant of the University of Sydney, and Robert J. Marshak of […]

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Market Segmentation

“Biclustering: Overcoming Data Dimensionality Problems in Market Segmentation” by Sara Dolnicar, Katie Lazarevski, both of the University of Wollongong, New […]

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Writing a Literature Review?

“Strengthening Your Literature Review”, by Rebecca Reuber of the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, was the most frequently read article […]

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Leadership and Organizational Culture

“Leadership and Organizational Culture Transformation in Professional Sport”, by Joe Frontiera of West Virginia University, was one of the most frequently […]

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JME Podcast on Diversity in the Classroom

How can diversity in the classroom be used as a learning tool? In this podcast Mary Ann Hazen talks to […]

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JME Podcast on Diversity in the Classroom

How can diversity in the classroom be used as a learning tool? In this podcast Mary Ann Hazen talks to […]

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Sustainable Market Orientation

“Sustainable Market Orientation: A New Approach to Managing Marketing Strategy”, by Robert W. Mitchell, Ben Wooliscroft, and James Higham, all […]

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Sustainable Market Orientation

“Sustainable Market Orientation: A New Approach to Managing Marketing Strategy”, by Robert W. Mitchell, Ben Wooliscroft, and James Higham, all […]

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Diversity Change in Organizations

“Diversity Change in Organizations: A Systemic, Multilevel, and Nonlinear Process”, by Jorge Gonzalez of the University of Texas-Pan American, was […]

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Diversity Change in Organizations

“Diversity Change in Organizations: A Systemic, Multilevel, and Nonlinear Process”, by Jorge Gonzalez of the University of Texas-Pan American, was […]

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Leadership in Teams

“Leadership in Teams: A Functional Approach to Understanding Leadership Structures and Processes”, by Frederick P. Morgeson, Elizabeth P. Karam, both of […]

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Leadership in Teams

“Leadership in Teams: A Functional Approach to Understanding Leadership Structures and Processes”, by Frederick P. Morgeson, Elizabeth P. Karam, both of […]

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Climate Change and Water Management

“Climate Change in the Caribbean: The Water Management Implications”, by Adrian Cashman, PhD, Leonard Nurse, PhD, and Charlery John, PhD, […]

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Marketing Journal Rankings

“A Comprehensive Analysis of Marketing Journal Rankings”, by Michelle D. Steward and Bruce R. Lewis, both of Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, […]

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Marketing Journal Rankings

“A Comprehensive Analysis of Marketing Journal Rankings”, by Michelle D. Steward and Bruce R. Lewis, both of Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, […]

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Impacts of Economic Crisis on Tourism

“Impacts of the World Recession and Economic Crisis on Tourism: North America”, by J.R. Brent Ritchie of the University of […]

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JME Podcast on Basic Business Lessons

How can a bottle of Coke help minimally educated entrepreneurs run a microenterprise? Gina Vega talks to Blaine McCormick and Van […]

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Rewards for all SAGE Journal Reviewers

SAGE has launched a rewards program in which all journal reviewers will enjoy 30 days of free access to the 630+ […]

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Emotional Intelligence

“Emotional Intelligence and Transformational and Transactional Leadership: A Meta-Analysis”, by P.D. Harms of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, and […]

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Team Performance

“When Does Teamwork Translate Into Improved Team Performance? A Resource Allocation Perspective”, by Christopher O.L.H. Porter of Texas A & […]

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Tax Preferences for Hybrid Cars

“The Incidence of Hybrid Automobile Tax Preferences”, by B. Andrew Chupp of Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois, Katie Myles and E. Frank […]

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Leadership Development

“Leadership Development via Action Learning”, by H. Skipton Leonard of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, and Fred Lang of the U.S. Department […]

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Institutional Entrepreneurship

“The State, Power, and Agency: Missing in Action in Institutional Theory?”, by Stewart Clegg of the University of Technology, Sydney, […]

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Workplace Wellness

“Innovations in Workplace Wellness: Six New Tools to Enhance Programs and Maximize Employee Health and Productivity”, by George Thomas DeVries […]

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Generational Differences in Work Values

“Generational Differences in Work Values: Leisure and Extrinsic Values Increasing, Social and Intrinsic Values Decreasing”, by Jean M. Twenge of […]

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Revenue Structure and Nonprofit Borrowing

“Revenue Structure and Nonprofit Borrowing”, by Wenli Yan of Indiana University, Bloomington, Dwight V. Denison and J.S. Butler, both of […]

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Onsite Health Centers

Charles D. Reuter, President, USI Insurance Services, has published a timely article in Compensation & Benefits Review, on stand-alone worksite […]

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Challenges for Institutional Theory

“Challenges for Institutional Theory”, by Roy Suddaby, University of Alberta, was the most frequently read article in the Journal of […]

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Organizational Effectiveness

“Effects of Positive Practices on Organizational Effectiveness“, by Kim Cameron, Margaret Calarco, both of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, […]

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Team Leadership

“Understanding the Motivational Contingencies of Team Leadership”, by D. Scott DeRue, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Christopher M. Barnes, U.S […]

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Environmental Services

“Payment for Environmental Services in the Amazon Forest: How Can Conservation and Development Be Reconciled?”, was the most frequently read […]

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JME Podcast on Character Development

How does the learning climate of the coeducation environment affect the character development of female business students? Kathleen Kane talks […]

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Business Literacy and Social Change

“Critical Literacy Programs: Can Business Literacy be a Catalyst for Economic and Social Change?” by Canan Corus, Tobin College of […]

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On Being a Leader

“The Reciprocal Effects of Self-View as a Leader and Leadership Emergence” by Cécile Emery, University of Lugano, Lugano, Switzerland, Kim […]

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Service Marketing

In 2009, Robert J Kwortnik Jr. and Gary M. Thompson, both of Cornell University, wrote an article entitled “Unifying Service Marketing […]

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