Introduction to the Special Issue on “Social Movements and Private Environmental Governance”

[We’re pleased to welcome author Thomas P. Lyon of the University of Michigan. He recently published an article in Organization & Environment entitled “Introduction to the Special Issue on 'Social Movements and Private Environmental Governance',” which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Lyons reflects on the research published in this issue:] What … Continue reading Introduction to the Special Issue on “Social Movements and Private Environmental Governance”

Is Facebook today’s Compuserve? How Libra could hasten its demise

Will Libra be Facebook’s downfall? (Shutterstock) Marc-David L. Seidel, University of British Columbia When Mark Zuckerberg was five years old in 1989, two dominant players in telecommunications made a big announcement. Compuserve (the first major commercial online service provider) and MCI Mail (one of the first commercial e-mail service providers) introduced commercial e-mail relays to … Continue reading Is Facebook today’s Compuserve? How Libra could hasten its demise

Is Your Team Functioning Well?

[We’re pleased to welcome John E. Mathieu of the University of Connecticut, Margaret M. Luciano Arizona State University, Lauren D’Innocenzo of Drexel University, Elizabeth A. Klock of the University of Connecticut, Jeffery A. LePine of Arizona State University. They recently published an article in Organizational Research Methods entitled, "The Development and Construct Validity of a Team … Continue reading Is Your Team Functioning Well?

The Relationship between Tattoos and Employee Workplace Deviance

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Michael J. Tews of Pennsylvania State University and Kathryn Stafford of Ohio State University. They recently published an article in the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research entitled "The Relationship Between Tattoos and Employee Workplace Deviance," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they briefly describe the … Continue reading The Relationship between Tattoos and Employee Workplace Deviance

Work Group Inclusion

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Beth G. Chung of San Diego State University, Karen H. Ehrhart of the University of Central Florida, Lynn M. Shore of Colorado State University, Amy E. Randel of San Diego State University, Michelle A. Dean of San Diego State University, and Uma Kedharnath of the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater. They recently … Continue reading Work Group Inclusion

When Customers Push Back: The Dangers of Service Divestment and How to Avoid Them

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Christina M. Haenel of the University of Goettingen, Hauke A. Wetzel of Massey University, and Maik Hammerschmidt of the University of Goettingen. They recently published an article in Journal of Service Research entitled "The Perils of Service Contract Divestment: When and Why Customers Seek Revenge and How It Can Be Attenuated," … Continue reading When Customers Push Back: The Dangers of Service Divestment and How to Avoid Them

Life Principles for Systemic Change

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Sandra Waddock of Boston College and Petra Kuenkel of the Collective Leadership Institute. They recently published an article in Organization & Environment entitled “What Gives Life to Large System Change?," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they reflect on the motivations and innovations of their research:] As … Continue reading Life Principles for Systemic Change

How to manage the unmanageable – or how leaders can tap into the self-organized communities in their organizations

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Benjamin Schulte, Florian Andresen, and Hans Koller of Helmut-Schmidt-University–University of the Federal Armed Forces. They recently published an article in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies entitled "Exploring the Embeddedness of an Informal Community of Practice Within a Formal Organizational Context: A Case Study in the German Military," which is currently … Continue reading How to manage the unmanageable – or how leaders can tap into the self-organized communities in their organizations

An Investigation of Nonbeneficiary Reactions to Discretionary Preferential Treatments

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Kimmy Wa Chan of Hong Kong Baptist University, Chi Kin (Bennett) Yim of the University of Hong Kong, and Taeshik Gong of Hanyang University ERICA. They recently published an article in Journal of Service Research entitled "An Investigation of Nonbeneficiary Reactions to Discretionary Preferential Treatments," which is currently free to read. … Continue reading An Investigation of Nonbeneficiary Reactions to Discretionary Preferential Treatments

The Cascade Effect of a Workplace Struggle Against Neoliberal Hegemony

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Florence Palpacuer and Amélie Seignour of the University of Montpellier. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management Inquiry entitled "Resisting Via Hybrid Spaces: The Cascade Effect of a Workplace Struggle Against Neoliberal Hegemony" which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they reflect on the … Continue reading The Cascade Effect of a Workplace Struggle Against Neoliberal Hegemony