Exploring the Crabs in the Barrel Syndrome in Organizations

[Editor's Note: We’re pleased to welcome author Carliss D. Miller of Sam Houston State University. Dr. Miller recently published an article in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies entitled "Exploring the Crabs in the Barrel Syndrome in Organizations," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Miller recounts the motivations and … Continue reading Exploring the Crabs in the Barrel Syndrome in Organizations

Top Management Team Diversity, Equality and Innovation in the Health Care Industry

[We’re pleased to welcome A. Erin Bass of the University of Nebraska Omaha. She recently published an article in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies entitled "Top Management Team Diversity, Equality, and Innovation: A Multilevel Investigation of the Health Care Industry," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, she writes about her … Continue reading Top Management Team Diversity, Equality and Innovation in the Health Care Industry

How to manage the unmanageable – or how leaders can tap into the self-organized communities in their organizations

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Benjamin Schulte, Florian Andresen, and Hans Koller of Helmut-Schmidt-University–University of the Federal Armed Forces. They recently published an article in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies entitled "Exploring the Embeddedness of an Informal Community of Practice Within a Formal Organizational Context: A Case Study in the German Military," which is currently … Continue reading How to manage the unmanageable – or how leaders can tap into the self-organized communities in their organizations

Why Does Paranoia Arise in the Workplace?

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Barbara C. Lopes of the Universidade de Coimbra, Caroline Kamau of Birkbeck College, and Rusi Jaspal of De Montfort University. They recently published an article in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies entitled "Coping With Perceived Abusive Supervision: The Role of Paranoia," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they recount … Continue reading Why Does Paranoia Arise in the Workplace?

#OSEditorPicks: Constructing Women’s Leadership Representation in the UK Press During a Time of Financial Crisis

[We are pleased to welcome Trish Reay, Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies.] Elliott, C. & Stead, V. (2018). Constructing Women’s Leadership Representation in the UK Press During a Time of Financial Crisis: Gender Capitals and Dialectic Tensions. Organization Studies, 39(1): 19-45. In this timely article, Carole Elliott and Valerie Stead investigate how women’s leadership was represented in the … Continue reading #OSEditorPicks: Constructing Women’s Leadership Representation in the UK Press During a Time of Financial Crisis

High Quality Through Transformational Leadership

[We're pleased to welcome authors Lotte Bøgh Andersen of Aarhus University, Bente Bjørnholt of VIVE–The Danish National Welfare Research and Analysis Center, Louise Ladegaard Bro of Aarhus University, and Christina Holm-Petersen of VIVE–The Danish National Welfare Research and Analysis Center. They recently published a paper in Public Personnel Management entitled, "Achieving High Quality Through Transformational … Continue reading High Quality Through Transformational Leadership

Assessing Leader Development From a Historical Review of MBA Outcomes

[We’re pleased to welcome authors, Angela M. Passarelli of the College of Charleston, Richard E. Boyatzis of Case Western Reserve University, and Hongguo Wei of the University of Central Oklahoma. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management Education entitled “Assessing Leader Development: Lessons From a Historical Review of MBA Outcomes," which is currently free to … Continue reading Assessing Leader Development From a Historical Review of MBA Outcomes

The Fear Imagery in Collective Leadership

[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Joseph A Raelin of Northeastern University. Dr. Raelin recently published an article in Management Learning entitled “What are you afraid of: Collective leadership and its learning implications," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Raelin reveals the inspiration for conducting this research :] What … Continue reading The Fear Imagery in Collective Leadership

Appreciating the Soul: Reflecting on Leadership

We are pleased to feature authors Nancy J. Adler and Andre Delbecq and their innovative article on leadership. Recently Drs. Adler and Delbecq published an article titled "Twenty-First Century Leadership: A Return to Beauty" in the Journal of Management Inquiry. In their article, Adler and Delbecq take the unique approach of combining beautiful artwork with … Continue reading Appreciating the Soul: Reflecting on Leadership

Leadership and Employee Work Passion: Propositions for Future Empirical Investigations

[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Richard Egan of the University of Canberra, Mark Turner and Deborah Blackman of the University of New South Wales. They recently published an article in the Human Resource Development Review, entitled “Leadership and Employee Work Passion: Propositions for Future Empirical Investigations,” which is currently free to read for a … Continue reading Leadership and Employee Work Passion: Propositions for Future Empirical Investigations