How Can Radical Organizational Change Be Achieved More Easily?

[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Barbara Kump of WU–Vienna University of Economics and Business. Dr. Kump recently published an article in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science entitled "Beyond Power Struggles: A Multilevel Perspective on Incongruences at the Interface of Practice, Knowledge, and Identity in Radical Organizational Change," which is currently free to read for a … Continue reading How Can Radical Organizational Change Be Achieved More Easily?

Edgar Schein at 90: A Celebratory and Exploratory Metalogue

[We’re pleased to welcome author David Coghlan of the University of Dublin Trinity. Dr. Coghlan recently published an article in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science entitled "Edgar Schein at 90: A Celebratory and Exploratory Metalogue," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Coghlan briefly describes the motivation for writing this article and … Continue reading Edgar Schein at 90: A Celebratory and Exploratory Metalogue

Business Perceptions of Biodiversity as Social Learning

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Thomas Smith, Dr. George Holmes, and Dr. Jouni Paavola of the University of Leeds. They recently published an article in Organization & Environment entitled "Social Underpinnings of Ecological Knowledge: Business Perceptions of Biodiversity as Social Learning," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they reflect on the methods, and … Continue reading Business Perceptions of Biodiversity as Social Learning

Reconsidering Virtuality Through a Paradox Lens

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Radostina K. Purvanova of Drake University and Renata Kenda of Tilburg University. They recently published an article in Group and Organization Management entitled “Paradoxical Virtual Leadership: Reconsidering Virtuality Through a Paradox Lens" which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Purvanova speaks about the motivation and impact … Continue reading Reconsidering Virtuality Through a Paradox Lens

Fossil Fuel Divestment Strategies

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Chelsie Hunt and Dr. Olaf Weber of the University of Waterloo. They recently published an article in Organization & Environment entitled “Fossil fuel divestment strategies: Financial and carbon-related consequences," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they reflect on the inspirations, challenges, and related papers to their research:] … Continue reading Fossil Fuel Divestment Strategies

Utilizing Task Analysis to Identify Coordination Requirements in Three different Clinical Settings

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Sarah Henrickson Parker of Virginia Tech, Dr. Jan B. Schmutz of ETH Zürich, and Dr. Tanja Manser of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland. They recently published an article in Group and Organization Management entitled “Training Needs for Adaptive Coordination: Utilizing Task Analysis to Identify Coordination Requirements … Continue reading Utilizing Task Analysis to Identify Coordination Requirements in Three different Clinical Settings

The Emergence of “Solidarity Recycling” in Brazil

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Silvio Eduardo Alvarez Candido, Fernanda Veríssimo Soulé, and Mário Sacomano Neto of the Federal University of Sao Carlos. They recently published an article in Organization & Environment entitled “The Emergence of “Solidarity Recycling” in Brazil: Structural Convergences and Strategic Actions in Interconnected Fields," which is currently free to read for a limited … Continue reading The Emergence of “Solidarity Recycling” in Brazil

The Relationships Between Stress, Drinking, and Complaints at Work

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Jeremy D. Mackey of Auburn University and Pamela L. Perrewé of Florida State University. They recently published an article in the Group and Organization Management entitled “The Relationships Between Hindrance Stressors, Problem Drinking, and Somatic Complaints at Work" which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Mackey speaks … Continue reading The Relationships Between Stress, Drinking, and Complaints at Work

Systems Thinking and Population Ecology

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Karen Macmillan and Jennifer Komar of Wilfrid Laurier University. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management Education entitled “Population Ecology (Organizational Ecology): An Experiential Exercise Demonstrating How Organizations in an Industry Are Born, Change, and Die," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, … Continue reading Systems Thinking and Population Ecology

Business Cases for Sustainability – A Stakeholder Theory Perspective

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Stefan Schaltegger and Jacob Hörisch of Leuphana University, Luneburg and Edward Freeman of Darden Business School.  Schaltegger, Hörisch and Freeman recently published an article in Organization & Environment entitled “Business Cases for Sustainability: A Stakeholder Theory Perspective," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, the three authors reflect on the … Continue reading Business Cases for Sustainability – A Stakeholder Theory Perspective