Writing as ‘skin’: Negotiating the body in(to) learning about the managed self

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Deborah N. Brewis of the University of Bath and Eley Williams of the University of London. They recently published an article in Management Learning entitled "Writing as skin: Negotiating the body in(to) learning about the managed self," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they briefly … Continue reading Writing as ‘skin’: Negotiating the body in(to) learning about the managed self

A Reflection by David Jiang on “More Than Meets the Eye”

[We’re pleased to welcome authors David S. Jiang of Georgia Southern University, Franz W. Kellermans of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Timothy P. Munyon of the  University of Tennessee, and M. Lane Morris of the University of Tennessee. They recently published an article in the Family Business Review entitled “More Than Meets the … Continue reading A Reflection by David Jiang on “More Than Meets the Eye”

Mindfulness Leads to Positive Outcomes at Work

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 December Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is Now Online!

The December issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available and can be read online for free for the next 30 days. This issue offers a range of thought-provoking articles on organizational studies as well as insightful book reviews. The lead article, "What’s Love Got to Do with It? A Longitudinal Study of the Culture … Continue reading The December Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is Now Online!

The Need for a Happy Holiday

Vacations are made for enjoyment. Seeing old friends, relaxing, sightseeing, and escaping the daily grind are all undeniably appealing. But various factors including holiday stress, fellow travelers, and tiredness can sometimes make a vacay not so happy. The Journal of Travel Research published a study that answers the question: How happy are tourists during a … Continue reading The Need for a Happy Holiday

The Blame Game

Elizabeth M. Poposki, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, published "The Blame Game: Exploring the Nature and Correlates of Attributions Following Work–Family Conflict" in the May 2011 issue of Group & Organization Management. Professor Poposki kindly provided some background on her article. Who is the target audience for this article? Scholars and practitioners interested in work-family and … Continue reading The Blame Game

Barsky, Kaplan and Beal discuss their article, “Just Feelings? The Role of Affect in the Formation of Organizational Fairness Judgments.”

Adam Barsky, Seth A. Kaplan and Daniel J. Beal discuss their article, "Just Feelings? The Role of Affect in the Formation of Organizational Fairness Judgments." recently published in the Journal of Management.  * Who is the target audience for this article? This article is targeted at researchers interested in the different ways in which affect and … Continue reading Barsky, Kaplan and Beal discuss their article, “Just Feelings? The Role of Affect in the Formation of Organizational Fairness Judgments.”