Business and Society just recently published its new special issue titled "The Governance of Digital Technology, Big Data, and the Internet: New Roles and Responsibilities for Business." This Issue features a collection of articles that explore how new technologies and innovations have changed the social responsibilities of businesses. What does the digital age hold for corporate social responsibility? … Continue reading Business and Society Special Issues on Digital Technology and Business Responsibilities
Mobile computing technology is rapidly evolving. With the advent of new, wearable electronic sensors comes the potential to find new applications for the data captured by wearable technology. In their article, "The Promise and Perils of Wearable Sensors in Organizational Research," published in Organizational Research Methods, Daniel Chaffin, Ralph Heidl, John R. Hollenbeck, Michael Howe, Andrew Yu, … Continue reading Using Big Data in Organizational Research
As a blog catering to academics, researchers and practitioners, Management INK features important content on key research topics. Besides highlighting top scholarship, we (the editorial team for the blog) wish for this venue to serve as a resource to inform but also to equip and grow readers in their research and writing activities. Lately we … Continue reading Reflections on Academic Research and Writing: The Ecstasy and the Agony (Part 1)
The June 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 engaging articles on organizational studies as well as insightful book reviews. Administrative Science Quarterly Editor-in-Chief Gerald F. Davis opens the issue with his editorial essay entitled "What … Continue reading The June Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is Now Online!
[Editor's Note: A special thanks to Sterling A. Bone, Paul W. Fombelle, Kristal R. Ray, and Katherine N. Lemon who took the time to provide us with information on their recent article "How Customer Participation in B2B Peer-to-Peer Problem-Solving Communities Influences the Need for Traditional Customer Service." The paper appeared in the OnlineFirst section of Journal … Continue reading B2B Peer-to-Peer Problem-Solving Communities: A Win-Win for Firms and Customers