Machiavellian and Motivated: How Managers Can Turn Employee Selfishness into Pro-Organization Behavior

Machiavelli famously argued that it is best to be both loved and feared, which is all good and well for a hypothetical prince, but what about for modern-day employees? Companies have long avoided employees who embody Machiavellian principles, labeling such behavior as selfish and manipulative. In their paper, "Leading Machiavellians: How to Translate Machiavellians' Selfishness … Continue reading Machiavellian and Motivated: How Managers Can Turn Employee Selfishness into Pro-Organization Behavior

Journal of Management Scholarly Impact Winners

We are pleased to highlight the 2013 Journal of Management Best Paper and Scholarly Impact Award winners! The Scholarly Impact Award, given annually, recognizes works that leave a lasting impact on the academic community and beyond. This year's awards were presented at the Academy of Management annual meeting in Orlando, Florida. Our congratulations to the … Continue reading Journal of Management Scholarly Impact Winners

New Additions to JOM Editor’s Choice

The Journal of Management (JOM) is committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles that have a high impact on the management field as a whole. Editor’s Choice Collections highlights some of  the most important and influential articles of the management field. Currently, in the Articles of Interest section, there are seventeen categories to choose from, including … Continue reading New Additions to JOM Editor’s Choice