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 published in Small Group Research OnlineFirst. Professor McLeod has provided a personal perspective on the article: Who is the target audience for this article? Researchers interested in the effects of anonymity on task performance in computer-mediated group communication; managers … Continue reading Computer-Mediated Group Brainstorming

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 American University, Washington D.C., was recently published in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science OnlineFirst. David Grant has provided a personal background on the article: Who is the target audience for this article?  We wrote the … Continue reading Discourse-Centered Organizational Change

Market Segmentation

"Biclustering: Overcoming Data Dimensionality Problems in Market Segmentation" by Sara Dolnicar, Katie Lazarevski, both of the University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, Sebastian Kaiser, and Friedrich Leisch, both of Ludwig-Maximilans-Universität, Munich, Germany, was recently published in the Journal of Travel Research OnlineFirst.  Sara Dolnicar gives us some background on the article below: • Who is … Continue reading Market Segmentation

Emotional Intelligence

“Emotional Intelligence and Transformational and Transactional Leadership: A Meta-Analysis”, by P.D. Harms of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, and Marcus Credé of State University of New York at Albany, was the most frequently read article in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies in 2010. P.D.  Harms has provided a brief perspective on the … Continue reading Emotional Intelligence

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 Stephenson, both of Berry College, Rome, Georgia, was one of the most frequently read articles in Public Finance Review in 2010. B. Andrew Chupp has provided additional background to the article: Like many of the … Continue reading Tax Preferences for Hybrid Cars

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 of Commerce, Washington D.C., was one of the most frequently read articles in Advances in Developing Human Resources in 2010. Here is a brief reflection from Skipton Leonard: I have been quite fortunate to be in … Continue reading Leadership Development

Institutional Entrepreneurship

“The State, Power, and Agency: Missing in Action in Institutional Theory?”, by Stewart Clegg of the University of Technology, Sydney, was one of the most frequently read articles in the Journal of Management Inquiry in 2010. Stewart has provided a brief reflection on the article: The story behind the article is quite simple: I was invited to … Continue reading Institutional Entrepreneurship

Workplace Wellness

“Innovations in Workplace Wellness: Six New Tools to Enhance Programs and Maximize Employee Health and Productivity”, by George Thomas DeVries III of American Specialty Health, Inc. San Diego, California, was the most frequently read article in Compensation and Benefits Review in 2010. George has provided additional background to the article: Skyrocketing health care costs are … Continue reading Workplace Wellness

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 San Diego State University, Stacy M. Campbell of Kennesaw State University, Brian J. Hoffman and Charles E. Lance, both of the University of Georgia, was one of the most frequently read articles in the Journal … Continue reading Generational Differences in Work Values

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 the University of Kentucky, was the most frequently read article in Public Finance Review in 2009. Dr. Yan has provided additional background to the article: My interest in this topic originates from my readings on portfolio … Continue reading Revenue Structure and Nonprofit Borrowing