Celebrating the launch of JSCAN – the Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiations!

On the 16th of June, we celebrated the launch of the Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiations (JSCAN) the official journal of the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management (IACCM). The SAGE editorial team joined members of the IACCM and the JSCAN editorial team at the Hurlingham Club in London to mark the publication … Continue reading Celebrating the launch of JSCAN – the Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiations!

Submit Your Research to Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation

We are pleased to announce a new journal launching in spring 2015, Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation, the official journal of the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management (IACCM). Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation is an international refereed journal publishing research and theory about practices that challenge the status quo in strategic contracting … Continue reading Submit Your Research to Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation

Get a Better Understanding of Climate Change Issues Through Simulation

Global warming and climate change have become hot-button issues in the past few decades. Many disagree on the long-term effects and what needs to be done to correct it, if anything at all. In their article published in Simulation and Gaming, "WORLD CLIMATE: A Role-Play Simulation of Climate Negotiations," collaborators John Sterman, Travis Franck, Thomas … Continue reading Get a Better Understanding of Climate Change Issues Through Simulation

What Is It Like To Have Power?

The latest issue of Administrative Science Quarterly, Social Psychological Perspectives on Power and Hierarchy, takes the study of power in management and organizational behavior to a new level. Click here to access all articles in this special issue. Exploring the psychological experience of power in the workplace, these articles follow the path of the power-seeker … Continue reading What Is It Like To Have Power?

The Pursuit of Power Corrupts

Deepak Malhotra and Francesca Gino, both of Harvard University, published “The Pursuit of Power Corrupts: How Investing in Outside Options Motivates Opportunism in Relationships” on March 12, 2012 in Administrative Science Quarterly. To view other OnlineFirst articles, please click here. The abstract: Across three laboratory studies, this paper illustrates how a common strategic decision aimed at … Continue reading The Pursuit of Power Corrupts