[We’re pleased to welcome authors Anna Girard of Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, Marcel Lichters of Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Marko Sarstedt of Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, and Dipayan Biswas of the University of South Florida. They recently published an article in Journal of Service Research entitled "Short- and Long-Term Effects of Nonconsciously Processed Ambient … Continue reading Short- and Long-Term Effects of Nonconsciously Processed Ambient Scents in a Servicescape
[We’re pleased to welcome authors Trond Døskeland and Lars Jacob Tynes Pedersen of the NHH Norwegian School of Economics. They recently published an article in Business & Society entitled "Does Wealth Matter for Responsible Investment? Experimental Evidence on the Weighing of Financial and Moral Arguments," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they … Continue reading Does Wealth Matter for Responsible Investment?
[We're pleased to welcome Neelima Paranjpey of Benedictine University. Dr. Paranjpey recently collaborated with Gervase R. Bushe of Simon Fraser University on their paper "Comparing the Generativity of Problem-Solving and Appreciative Inquiry: A Field Experiment" from the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science.] When I was pursuing my PhD in Organization Development, I was very inquisitive about … Continue reading Neelima Paranjpey on Problem-Solving and Appreciative Inquiry
Modern-day organizations increasingly are seeking to create an "open" work environment—one that makes workers more observable—theorizing that transparency boosts performance. But a new study in Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ) finds this trend may be counterproductive. Ethan S. Bernstein of Harvard University published "The Transparency Paradox: A Role for Privacy in Organizational Learning and Operational Control" … Continue reading Does Privacy Make Us Productive?