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

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

Management, Social Sustainability, Reputation, and Financial Performance Relationships

[We’re pleased to welcome authors, Dr. Robert Sroufe of Duquesne University Pittsburgh and Dr. Venugopal Gopalakrishna-Remani of The University of Texas at Tyler. They recently published an article in "Organization & Environment" entitled “Management, Social Sustainability, Reputation, and Financial Performance Relationships: An Empirical Examination of U.S. Firms," which is currently free to read for a … Continue reading Management, Social Sustainability, Reputation, and Financial Performance Relationships

Argument Complexity and Discussions of Political/Religious Issues

[We’re pleased to welcome authors, Dr. Lyn M. Van Swol of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Dr. Cassandra L. Carlson-Hill Carolina of Coastal Universit, and Dr. Emily Elizabeth Acosta Lewis of Sonoma State University. They recently published an article in "Small Group Research" entitled “Integrative Complexity, Participation, and Agreement in Group Discussions," which is currently free … Continue reading Argument Complexity and Discussions of Political/Religious Issues

CEO Characteristics That Influence A Firm’s Investing Strategy

[We’re pleased to welcome author Bruce C. Rudy of The University of Texas at San Antonio. He recently published an article in Business & Society entitled “The Chief Political Officer: CEO Characteristics and Firm Investment in Corporate Political Activity," co-authored by Andrew F. Johnson. From Rudy:] In setting out to study what drives organizations to … Continue reading CEO Characteristics That Influence A Firm’s Investing Strategy

Gerstner, König, Enders, and Hambrick (2013). CEO Narcissism, Audience Engagement, and Organizational Adoption of Technological Discontinuities

[We’re pleased to welcome Johnathan Cromwell and Michael Lee, both of Harvard Business School. Jonathan and Michael recently had the opportunity to interview the authors of "CEO Narcissism, Audience Engagement, and Organizational Adoption of Technological Discontinuities" from Administrative Science Quarterly.] Republished with permission. The original post was published on the ASQ Blog. Authors: Wolf-Christian Gerstner – University … Continue reading Gerstner, König, Enders, and Hambrick (2013). CEO Narcissism, Audience Engagement, and Organizational Adoption of Technological Discontinuities

Finding the Balance Between Greed and Altruism

Are greedy managers or altruistic managers more successful? The answer may not be so black and white. According to Katalin Takacs Haynes, Matthew Josefy, and Michael A. Hitt, authors of "Tipping Point: Managers’ Self-Interest, Greed, and Altruism" from Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, harmony between the two characteristics is actually the most beneficial to … Continue reading Finding the Balance Between Greed and Altruism

Albert Bandura Responds to Commentaries: “On the Functional Properties of Perceived Self-Efficacy Revisited”

In his paper entitled "On the Functional Properties of Perceived Self-Efficacy Revisited," Albert Bandura discussed the functional properties of perceived self-efficacy. He concluded with an invitation to readers to submit commentaries on his article. Since the paper made its appearance in the January 2012 issue of Journal of Management, this call was answered by Jeffrey … Continue reading Albert Bandura Responds to Commentaries: “On the Functional Properties of Perceived Self-Efficacy Revisited”

Throwback Thursday: What is Organizational Performance?

[Happy #ThrowbackThursday! We're excited to revisit one of our most read posts on Organizational Research Methods's article "Exploring the Dimensions of Organizational Performance: A Construct Validity Study."] Editor’s note: We are pleased to welcome P. Maik Hamann, Frank Schiemann, Lucia Bellora, and Thomas W. Guenther, all of Technische Universitat Dresden, whose paper “Exploring the Dimensions … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: What is Organizational Performance?

Does your boss find you proactive…or pushy?

[We're pleased to welcome Gerhard Blickle and Andreas Wihler, both of the University of Bonn. Drs. Blickle and Wihler, collaborated with B. Parker Ellen III, Wayne A. Hochwarter, and Gerald R. Ferris - all of Florida State University - on their article recently published in Journal of Management entitled "Personal Initiative and Job Performance Evaluations: … Continue reading Does your boss find you proactive…or pushy?