The Differential Effects of Online Peer Review and Expert Review on Service Evaluations

Professor Hean Tat Keh of Monash University and Jin Sun of the University of International Business and Economics, Beijing recently published an article in the Journal of Service Research which is entitled "The Differential Effects of Online Peer Review and Expert Review on Service Evaluations: The Roles of Confidence and Information Convergence." We are pleased to welcome … Continue reading The Differential Effects of Online Peer Review and Expert Review on Service Evaluations

Role of Referrers in Hiring

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Jenna R. Pieper of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Charlie O. Trevor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ingo Weller of LMU Munich, and Dennis Duchon of University of Nebraska-Lincoln . They recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled “Referral Hire Presence Implications for Referrer Turnover and Job Performance," which … Continue reading Role of Referrers in Hiring

Understanding the Differential Effects of Anxiety and Anger

[We’re pleased to welcome authors, Laurie J. Barclay of Wilfrid Laurier University, and Tina Kiefer of the University of Warwick. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled “In the Aftermath of Unfair Events: Understanding the Differential Effects of Anxiety and Anger," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, … Continue reading Understanding the Differential Effects of Anxiety and Anger

Keeping Boomers Engaged and Millennials Committed in the Workplace

We're pleased to highlight this Human Resource Development Review author feature. To view all other author features from HRDR, click here. Below, Dr. Chaudhuri and Dr. Ghosh provide further insight on their article, "Reverse Mentoring: A Social Exchange Tool for Keeping the Boomers Engaged and Millennials Committed," that is found in Volume 11, Issue 1 … Continue reading Keeping Boomers Engaged and Millennials Committed in the Workplace

Getting to Know Your Students and an Educational Ethic of Care

[We're pleased to welcome author Thomas F. Hawk of Frostburg State University. Hawk recently published an article in the Journal of Management Education entitled, "Getting to Know Your Students and an Educational Ethic of Care," that is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Hawk shares background and motivation for pursuing this research:] … Continue reading Getting to Know Your Students and an Educational Ethic of Care

Strategies for coping with rejection in work-related circumstances

Career-related rejection is inevitable, since everyone faces this reality at some point in in his or her life. Your idea for approaching project management could be rejected, you could be passed up on a desired promotion, or you could simply not be offered that dream job you've wanted since high school. In a recent paper … Continue reading Strategies for coping with rejection in work-related circumstances

Case in Point: Introducing the Performance Review System to Students

[The following post is re-blogged from SAGE Connection. Please click here to view the original article.] In most companies, performance appraisals (PA) are a common practice used to evaluate overall employee performance while monitoring and fostering the success of both the employee and the company as a whole. This month’s installment of Case in Point, a blog … Continue reading Case in Point: Introducing the Performance Review System to Students

How Surveys Provide Integrated Communication Skills

"Excuse me, can you spare a  a few minutes? We're conducting a survey and would greatly appreciate your responses." You've most likely heard these two sentences presented to you as you're walking briskly down a crowded street. The Internet is also a crowded street full of news, but we hope you can spare a few minutes to … Continue reading How Surveys Provide Integrated Communication Skills

Enhancing Student Learning Through Scaffolded Client Projects

[We’re pleased to welcome author Elizabeth Tomlinson of West Virginia University. Tomlinnson recently published an article in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly entitled "Enhancing Student Learning Through Scaffolded Client Projects.” Below, Tomlinson outlines the inspiration for this study:] As a Teaching Assistant Professor, much of my research tends to focus on advancing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning … Continue reading Enhancing Student Learning Through Scaffolded Client Projects

Elephant or Donkey? How Board Political Ideology Impacts CEO Pay

How much does directors' political ideologies impact CEO compensation? Perhaps more than you might think--according to a recent paper published in Administrative Science Quarterly, entitled "The Elephant (or Donkey) in the Boardroom: How Board Political Ideology Affects CEO Pay" from authors Abhinav Gupta and Adam J. Wowak, conservative and liberal boards differ in not only how much … Continue reading Elephant or Donkey? How Board Political Ideology Impacts CEO Pay