From Advocacy to Accountability in Experiential Learning Practices

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Sarah Wright of the University of Canterbury, Jeanie M. Forray of Western New England University, and Kathy Lund Dean of Gustavus Adolphus College. They recently published an article in Management Learning entitled "From advocacy to accountability in experiential learning practices," which is currently free to read for a limited time. … Continue reading From Advocacy to Accountability in Experiential Learning Practices

Socioemotional Wealth, Family Control, and the Choice of Business Exit

We’re pleased to welcome authors Francesco Chirico of Jönköping University and Tecnológico de Monterrey, Luis R. Gómez-Mejia of Arizona State University, Karin Hellerstedt of Jönköping University, Michael Withers of Texas A&M University, and Mattias Nordqvist of Jönköping University. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled "To Merge, Sell, or Liquidate? Socioemotional Wealth, Family Control, … Continue reading Socioemotional Wealth, Family Control, and the Choice of Business Exit

Read the Latest Issue of the Project Management Journal!

Read the first issue of the 50th volume of the Project Management Journal! Project Management Journal® is the academic and research journal of the Project Management Institute® and features state-of-the-art research, techniques, theories, and applications in project management. The Project Management Journal®'s mission is to address the broad interests of the project management profession and maintain an editorial balance … Continue reading Read the Latest Issue of the Project Management Journal!

Writing as ‘skin’: Negotiating the body in(to) learning about the managed self

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Deborah N. Brewis of the University of Bath and Eley Williams of the University of London. They recently published an article in Management Learning entitled "Writing as skin: Negotiating the body in(to) learning about the managed self," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they briefly … Continue reading Writing as ‘skin’: Negotiating the body in(to) learning about the managed self

An Integrative Perspective on Indirect Social Influence Phenomena

[We’re pleased to welcome authors David X. H. Wo of Iowa State University, Marshall Schminke, and Maureen L. Ambrose of the University of Central Florida. They  recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled "Trickle-Down, Trickle-Out, Trickle-Up, Trickle-In, and Trickle-Around Effects: An Integrative Perspective on Indirect Social Influence Phenomena," which is currently free to read … Continue reading An Integrative Perspective on Indirect Social Influence Phenomena

Multidimensionality: A Cross-Disciplinary Review and Integration

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Xing Liu, Jieun Park, Christina Hymer, and Sherry M. B. Thatcher of the University of South Carolina. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled “Multidimensionality: A Cross-Disciplinary Review and Integration," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they reveal the inspiration for conducting this research:] … Continue reading Multidimensionality: A Cross-Disciplinary Review and Integration

Studying Creative Workers

[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Holly Patrick of Edinburgh Napier University. She recently published an article in Management Learning entitled "Nested tensions and smoothing tactics: An ethnographic examination of ambidexterity in a theatre," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Patrick briefly describes her motivations for this research and … Continue reading Studying Creative Workers

Nothing happened, something happened: Silence in a makerspace

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. François-Xavier de Vaujanyof the Université Paris-Dauphine, and Dr. Jeremy Aroles of Durham University Business School. They recently published an article in Management Learning entitled "Nothing happened, something happened: Silence in a makerspace," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they briefly describe the motivations of this … Continue reading Nothing happened, something happened: Silence in a makerspace

Are Founder-Led Firms Less Susceptible to Managerial Myopia?

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Charlotte L. Schuster of Technical University of Dresden, Alexander T. Nicolai of the University of Oldenburg, and Jeffrey G. Covin of Indiana University. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice entitled "Are Founder-Led Firms Less Susceptible to Managerial Myopia?," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, … Continue reading Are Founder-Led Firms Less Susceptible to Managerial Myopia?

Family Firms and the Choice Between Wholly Owned Subsidiaries and Joint Ventures

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Maria Cristina Sestu of the University of Pavia and Antonio Majocchi of the University of Pavia. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice entitled "Family Firms and the Choice Between Wholly Owned Subsidiaries and Joint Ventures: A Transaction Costs Perspective," which is currently free to read for … Continue reading Family Firms and the Choice Between Wholly Owned Subsidiaries and Joint Ventures