[We’re pleased to welcome authors, Jenna Pandeli and Nicholas O’Regan of the University of the West of England. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management Inquiry entitled "Risky Business? The Value of Employing Offenders and Ex-Offenders: An Interview With James Timpson, Chief Executive of Timpson" which is currently free to read for a … Continue reading The Key to Getting off on the Right Foot – A conversation with James Timpson on Hiring Offenders
[We’re pleased to welcome Payal Nangia Sharma of Rutgers University. Dr. Sharma recently published an article in Group and Organization Management with Bradley L. Kirkman of North Carolina State University entitled "Leveraging Leaders: A Literature Review and Future Lines of Inquiry for Empowering Leadership Research."] What inspired you to be interested in this topic? We … Continue reading Payal Nangia Sharma on Empowering Leadership Research
We're pleased to announce six new virtual special issues from The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science! Compiled by The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science associate editors Jean M. Bartunek and Jean E. Neumann, these research collections include titles such as "Action Research," "Planned Change," "Paradox and Contradictions" among others. Each collection contains a generous number … Continue reading Read the New Virtual Special Issues from The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science!
According to Doug Gutherie, former Dean of George Washington University School of Business and contributor to Forbes, humility is not part of a the standard education for a business student. Instead, they are instilled with the idea that in order to be successful they need to be aggressive and notable in order to get ahead. … Continue reading Can a Humble CEO Benefit The Company?
Part Three: Overcoming the Obstacles Organizational change is a complex process. In working to lead change effectively, managers may face difficult decisions, resistance, or uncertainty about how to move forward. They must be prepared to learn new skills, face paradoxical choices, work with individual behaviors and attitudes, and meet other challenges that may bar the … Continue reading Making Change Happen: Part 3 of 4