[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Alexander Kofinas of University of Bedfordshire. Dr. Kofinas recently published an article in Management Learning entitled “Managing the sublime aesthetic when communicating an assessment regime: The Burkean Pendulum," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Kofinas reveals the inspiration for conducting this research :] … Continue reading Understanding Students’ Engagement in Higher Education
The use of personality assessments in organizations has often been limited to developmental applications. However, growing support for data-driven decision-making in recent years has made it apparent that personality assessments could also become a resource for talent management decisions. In a recent paper from Journal of Applied Behavioral Science entitled "Does Purpose Matter? The Stability of Personality Assessments … Continue reading Beyond Developmental: The Decision-Making Applications of Personality Tests
[We're pleased to welcome Gunther Capelle-Blancard. Gunther recently published an article in Business & Society with co-author Aurélien Petit entitled "The Weighting of CSR Dimensions: One Size Does Not Fit All."] Companies could develop eco-friendly products or support social programs, and meanwhile damage the environment or experiment governance failures. Corporate Social Responsibility is multidimensional. Often, … Continue reading Rethinking How We Measure Corporate Social Responsibility
Do students learn what their professors intend them to learn? What are the challenges associated with effective utilization of rubrics? What is the status of assessment in management education? Journal of Management Education's explores these questions and more in their special issue on Assessment in Management Education. Tracy H. Sigler and Kenneth S. Rhee, both … Continue reading Special Issue on Assessment in Management Education!
Interest in the emotion in organizations has steadily grown over the last few years. We're pleased to highlight Janine L. Bowen's article, "Emotion in Organizations: Resources for Business Educators" found in the February edition of Journal of Management Education. The abstract: The study of emotion in organizations has advanced considerably in recent years. Several aspects … Continue reading Do We Know Enough About Emotion in Organizations to Teach About It?
Editor's note: We're pleased to welcome Minna-Maarit Jaskari of the University of Vaasa, Finland, whose article "The Challenge of Assessing Creative Problem Solving in Client-Based Marketing Development Projects: A SOLO Taxonomy Approach" is forthcoming in the Journal of Marketing Education and now available in the journal's OnlineFirst section. My paper is about assessing creativity in … Continue reading Creative Problem Solving for Marketers
Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Gerald F. Smith, Professor of Management at the University of Northern Iowa College of Business Administration. His article, "Assessing Business Student Thinking Skills," is forthcoming in the Journal of Management Education and now available in the journal's OnlineFirst section. My paper tries to provide a substantive account … Continue reading Teaching Business Students to Think Effectively
The Journal of Management (JOM) is committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles that have a high impact on the management field as a whole. The Editor’s Choice Collections highlight some of the most important and influential articles of the management field. Currently, in the Articles of Interest section, there are twenty categories to … Continue reading New JOM Editor’s Choice Collections