[We’re pleased to welcome authors Melanie Richards of University of Bath, Nadine Kammerlander of WHU–Otto Beisheim School of Management, and Thomas Zellweger of the University of St. Gallen. They recently published an article in the Family Business Review entitled "Listening to the Heart or the Head? Exploring the “Willingness Versus Ability” Succession Dilemma," which is … Continue reading Listening to the Heart or the Head? Exploring the “Willingness Versus Ability” Succession Dilemma
[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Marian Thunnissen of Fontys University of Applied Sciences. Dr. Thunnissen recently published an article in Public Personnel Management entitled “Talent Management in Public Sector Organizations: A Study on the Impact of Contextual Factors on the TM Approach in Flemish and Dutch Public Sector Organizations," which is currently free to read … Continue reading Talent Management in the Public Sector: How to Explain Different Approaches?
Republished with permission. The original post was published on the ASQ Blog. *** Authors: Paolo Quattrone – University of Edinburgh Business School Interviewers: Federica Foce Massa Saluzzo – Universita´di Bologna Daniela Iubatti – IESE Business School Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/60/3/411 Question 1. An eye-opening element of your paper is the discussion on the procedural approach to … Continue reading Quattrone (2015). Governing Social Orders, Unfolding Rationality, and Jesuit Accounting Practices: A Procedural Approach to Institutional Logics
Volume 58, No. 2 (June 2013) of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available online. We hope you will find this issue insightful and thought-provoking. You can view the Table of Contents here. The lead article, “Logics in Action: Managing Institutional Complexity in a Drug Court” was published by Chad Michael McPherson and Michael Sauder, both … Continue reading Administrative Science Quarterly June Issue Now Online!
Bjørn-Tore Blindheim of the University of Stavanger published "Institutional Models of Corporate Social Responsibility: A Proposed Refinement of the Explicit-Implicit Framework" on May 23, 2012 in Business & Society. To see other OnlineFirst articles, please click here. The abstract: Matten and Moon studied cross-national variations in corporate social responsibility (CSR) forms using an explicit-implicit framework. … Continue reading CSR: Institutional Models