Read the November 2016 Issue of Journal of Management!

The November 2016 issue of Journal of Management is now available online, and can be accessed for the next 30 days! The November issue covers a variety of topics, including articles on organizational transparency, shared leadership-team performance relations, and the effects of autonomy on team performance. Authors Anthony J. Nyberg, Jenna R. Pieper, and Charlie … Continue reading Read the November 2016 Issue of Journal of Management!

Connect With Human Resource Development Review!

Ever wondered who's behind the work at Human Resource Development Review (HRDR)? Or perhaps anticipate what will be in the next issue? Human Resource Development Review is excited to kick off its social media campaign and looks to build a community of colleagues by sharing most read, most cited, and award-winning research articles, as well as … Continue reading Connect With Human Resource Development Review!

Recruiters Beware: Facebook Information May Not Predict Future Performance

[Editor's Note: We are pleased to welcome Chad H. Van Iddekinge who collaborated with Stephen E. Lanivich, Philip L. Roth, and Elliott Junco on their article "Social Media for Selection? Validity and Adverse Impact Potential of a Facebook-Based Assessment" from Journal of Management.] Many organizations are using the Internet to search for information about job … Continue reading Recruiters Beware: Facebook Information May Not Predict Future Performance

Want to Spread Your Message on Facebook?

Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome Linchi Kwok, assistant professor of Hospitality Management in the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics at Syracuse University, whose research interests include social media and its business implications, organizational behavior, and service operations. Dr. Kwok and Dr. Bei Yu, also of Syracuse University, published "Spreading … Continue reading Want to Spread Your Message on Facebook?

Are Facebook Fan Pages Effective?

Social marketers are out to create change—and there’s nothing like social media to spread the word to massive amounts of people. But beyond getting “liked,” does a Facebook fan page actually influence the way people think and behave? In the first SAGE-published issue of Social Marketing Quarterly (SMQ), Paige Woolley and Michael Peterson, both of … Continue reading Are Facebook Fan Pages Effective?