CEO Wrongdoing: A Review of Pressure, Opportunity, and Rationalization

[Authors Karen Schnatterly of the University of Missouri, K. Ashley Gangloff of the University of Missouri, and Anja Tuschke of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled "CEO Wrongdoing: A Review of Pressure, Opportunity, and Rationalization." The article will be free to read for a limited time. Check out their video abstract! ] https://youtu.be/QG3-jcoKGaYContinue reading CEO Wrongdoing: A Review of Pressure, Opportunity, and Rationalization

How Do CEOs Shape Corporate Culture?

In some ways, corporate culture is the personality of a company, and just like human personalities, corporate cultures can vary widely. Many factors impact a company's culture, but perhaps the most significant determining factor of culture is the values and actions of an organization's senior leaders. In their article, "The Promise and Problems of Organizational … Continue reading How Do CEOs Shape Corporate Culture?

Out of Whack: On the Strength of Weak Ties

[Editor's Note: We're pleased to reproduce Journal of Management Inquiry's "Out of Whack" by Charles M. Vance.] Read “Out of Whack” for free from Journal of Management Inquiry by clicking here. Want to know about all the latest from Journal of Management Inquiry? Click here to sign up for e-alerts!

Top Five: Administrative Science Quarterly

Are you looking for cutting-edge, peer-reviewed research on organizational studies? Take a look at the top five articles currently being read in Administrative Science Quarterly. ASQ seeks to advance the understanding of management, organizations, and organizing in a wide variety of contexts, including teams, business and nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and markets. These papers are … Continue reading Top Five: Administrative Science Quarterly

Top Five: Administrative Science Quarterly

Are you looking for cutting-edge, peer-reviewed research on organizational studies? Take a look at the top five articles currently being read in Administrative Science Quarterly. ASQ seeks to advance the understanding of management, organizations, and organizing in a wide variety of contexts, including teams, business and nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and markets. These papers are … Continue reading Top Five: Administrative Science Quarterly

The ‘Arena’ of Top Management Selection

Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome Claartje J. Vinkenburg of VU University in Amsterdam. Her paper "Arena: A Critical Conceptual Framework of Top Management Selection," co-authored by Paul G. W. Jansen of VU Amsterdam, Nicky Dries of KU Leuven, and Roland Pepermans of VU Brussels, is forthcoming in Group & Organization Management and now … Continue reading The ‘Arena’ of Top Management Selection