[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
[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
[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
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
In today’s dynamic world, majority of boundary-spanning professionals like sales are expected to work for longer hours, regularly interacting with clients and, in several instances, operating across various time zones which ultimately results in blurring work–family boundaries. Sales is a key boundary-spanning function, which has central accountability in the organization and that is the reason … Continue reading Do Longer Working Hours Blur Work–Family Boundaries?
How can organization's prevent employee turnover? The recent Public Personnel Management article "Does Satisfaction with Family-Friendly Programs Reduce Turnover? A Panel Study Conducted in U.S. Federal Agencies" from author James Gerard Caillier of University of Alabama suggests that the key to employee retention for an organization could be family-friendly programs. Programs like telework, alternative work schedules, child … Continue reading Do Family-Friendly Programs Reduce Employee Turnover?
Studies of work engagement and the associated positive outcomes tend to focus on the effects of engagement exclusively in the work realm, but do the benefits of work engagement extend beyond the office? In a recent Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies article entitled "The Work/Nonwork Spillover: The Enrichment Role of Work Engagement," authors Liat Eldor, Itzhak Harpaz, … Continue reading Do the Benefits of Work Engagement Extend Beyond the Office?
Mindfulness training can help individuals increase their attention and awareness, but how can this present-centered mindset help in the workplace? The recent article published in Journal of Management entitled, "Contemplating Mindfulness at Work: An Integrative Review" from authors Darren J. Good, Christopher J. Lyddy, Theresa M. Glomb, Joyce E. Bono, Kirk Warren Brown, Michelle K. Duffy, Ruth A. Baer, Judson … Continue reading Mindfulness Leads to Positive Outcomes at Work
The March 2016 issue of Public Personnel Management is now available and is free to access for the next 30 days. The March issue features an editorial from Jared Llorens, the incoming editor of Public Personnel Management, as well as an introduction from guest editor Linda Sun for the second part of an article collection on Humanisitic Management and Development of … Continue reading The March Issue of Public Personnel Management is Now Online!
The Problem with Work: Feminism, Marxism, Antiwork Politics, and Postwork Imaginaries. Kathi Weeks; Durham: Duke University Press, 2011, 304 pp., $23.95 ISBN 978-0-8003-5112-2 Eugene P. Coyle of Eugene P. Coyle & Assoc. recently took the time to review the book in Review of Radical Political Economics. From the review: “Why do we work so long and so … Continue reading Book Review: The Problem with Work