How Should Paradox Be Studied?

[We’re pleased to welcome Dr. Gail T. Fairhurst of  the University of Cincinnati and Linda L. Putnam of the University of California, Santa Barbara. They recently published an article in Organizational Research Methods entitled, "An Integrative Methodology for Organizational Oppositions: Aligning Grounded Theory and Discourse Analysis," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, … Continue reading How Should Paradox Be Studied?

Succession is Key: Studying Successor Team Dynamics in Family Firms

[We're pleased to welcome Jim Cater of The University of Texas at Tyler. Jim recently published an article in Family Business Review with co-authors Roland E. Kidwell and Kerri M. Camp entitled "Successor Team Dynamics in Family Firms." From Jim:] What inspired you to be interested in this topic? My work in family business studies is … Continue reading Succession is Key: Studying Successor Team Dynamics in Family Firms

How to Make Collaborative Research Generative? Play the Cards!

[Editor's Note: We are very excited to welcome Arne Carlsen as a guest editor of Management Ink. Dr. Carlsen collaborated with Gudrun Rudningen and Tord F. Mortensen on their article “Playing the cards. Using Collaborative Artifacts With Thin Categories to Make Research Co-Generative."] Are you looking for ways to make collaborative research more generative for … Continue reading How to Make Collaborative Research Generative? Play the Cards!

The Family in Family Business

Andrea L. Santiago, De La Salle University,  published “The Family in Family Business: Case of the In-Laws in Philippine Businesses” in the December 2011 issue of Family Business Review. To view other articles in this issue, please click here. Who is the target audience for this article? The paper benefits most family members related by … Continue reading The Family in Family Business

The Family in Family Business: Case of the In-Laws in Philippine Businesses

Andrea L. Santiago, De La Salle University,  published "The Family in Family Business: Case of the In-Laws in Philippine Businesses" on September 2nd, 2011 in OnlineFirst of Family Business Review. To view other articles posted in the OnlineFirst section of Family Business Review, please click here. The Abstract: Research abounds on the nuances of family … Continue reading The Family in Family Business: Case of the In-Laws in Philippine Businesses