Organization Studies Special Issue on Family Business

[Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to welcome Trish Reay, Editor-in-Chief, Organization Studies] Organization Studies has just published a Special Issue on Family Business. I invite everyone to download and read this interesting and engaging set of articles about family-controlled firms. Many people don’t know that family firms are the most widespread form of business organization, but … Continue reading Organization Studies Special Issue on Family Business

Development and Validation of the Workplace Dignity Scale

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Benjamin Thomas of the University of Nebraska Omaha and Kristen Lucas of the University of Louisville. They recently published an article in Group and Organization Management entitled "Development and Validation of the Workplace Dignity Scale" which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they recount the story of … Continue reading Development and Validation of the Workplace Dignity Scale

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

Artificial Intelligence and Social Simulation: Studying Group Dynamics on a Massive Scale

[We’re pleased to welcome authors, Jesse Hoey of the University of Waterloo, Tobias Schröder of Potsdam University of Applied Sciences, Jonathan Morgan of Potsdam University of Applied Sciences, Kimberly B. Rogers of Dartmouth College, Deepak Rishi of the University of Waterloo, and Meiyappan Nagappan of the University of Waterloo. They recently published an article in "Small … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence and Social Simulation: Studying Group Dynamics on a Massive Scale

OS Editor Picks: Organizing the Environmental Governance of the Rare-Earth Industry

[We are pleased to welcome Trish Reay, Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies.] Organizing the Environmental Governance of the Rare-Earth Industry: China’s passive revolution.  Le Bo, Steffen Böhm, and Noelia-Sarah Reynolds Are you interested in business-government-civil society relations, in the context of China’s rare-earth industry, and how it has changed over the past 30 years? How have the severe … Continue reading OS Editor Picks: Organizing the Environmental Governance of the Rare-Earth Industry

Read the September Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly!

We are pleased to announce that the September Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available to read for a limited time. Check out the editorial which discusses the ASQ Scholarly Award for Scholarly Contribution which was awarded to  Adam M. Kleinbaum for his article, "Organizational Misfits and the Origins of Brokerage in Intrafirm Networks." In the research article, "The Structural Origins … Continue reading Read the September Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly!

The Use of Language and Group Processes

[Dr. Lyn M. Van Swol of the University of Wisconsin–Madison and Dr. Aimée A. Kane of Duquesne University recently published an article in Small Group Research, which is entitled “Language and Group Processes: An Integrative, Interdisciplinary Review.” We are pleased to welcome them as contributors and excited to announce that the findings will be free to access on our … Continue reading The Use of Language and Group Processes

Join SAGE at AOM 2018 to Provide Your Feedback!

The Academy of Management 2018 Annual Meeting is going on now in Chicago! If you're attending AOM, don't forget to stop by SAGE's booths, where we'll have the latest scholarly research from  Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Management, Organization Studies, Family Business Review, Human Relations and other top-tier SAGE journals, as well as plenty of friendly faces … Continue reading Join SAGE at AOM 2018 to Provide Your Feedback!

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

When Leadership Powers Team Learning: A Meta-Analysis

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Mieke Koeslag-Kreunen of Zuyd Hogeschool, Heerlen, Piet Van den Bossche of the University of Antwerp, Michael Hoven of Maastricht University, Marcel Van der Klink of Zuyd Hogeschool, Heerlen, and Wim Gijselaers of Maastricht University. They recently published an article in "Small Group Research" entitled “When Leadership Powers Team Learning: A … Continue reading When Leadership Powers Team Learning: A Meta-Analysis