The Key to Getting off on the Right Foot – A conversation with James Timpson on Hiring Offenders

[We’re pleased to welcome authors, Jenna Pandeli and Nicholas O’Regan of the University of the West of England. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management Inquiry entitled "Risky Business? The Value of Employing Offenders and Ex-Offenders: An Interview With James Timpson, Chief Executive of Timpson" which is currently free to read for a … Continue reading The Key to Getting off on the Right Foot – A conversation with James Timpson on Hiring Offenders

Watch Business & Management Videos on SAGE Video with a Free 30 Day Trial!

In honor of the recent release of the new Business & Management video collection, SAGE Video is offering a free 30 day trial for SAGE Video. The collection of business and management videos includes 184 videos and 60.8 hours of content on a variety of topics, including Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Resource … Continue reading Watch Business & Management Videos on SAGE Video with a Free 30 Day Trial!

How Do CEOs Shape Corporate Culture?

In some ways, corporate culture is the personality of a company, and just like human personalities, corporate cultures can vary widely. Many factors impact a company's culture, but perhaps the most significant determining factor of culture is the values and actions of an organization's senior leaders. In their article, "The Promise and Problems of Organizational … Continue reading How Do CEOs Shape Corporate Culture?

How Organizations Heal After a Crisis

Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome Professor Ned Powley of the Naval Postgraduate School, whose article "The Process and Mechanisms of Organizational Healing" was published in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science March 2013 issue. When faced with significant disruption, whether induced through human error, economic downturns, or natural disasters, organizations have the potential … Continue reading How Organizations Heal After a Crisis

Innovation in Leadership and Organization

"Buliding a Climate for Innovation for Transformational Leadership and Organizational Culture", by James C. Sarros and Brian K. Cooper, both of Monash University, and Joseph C. Santora of Thomas Edison State College, currently appears in the most cited articles list in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies , based on citations to online articles from HighWire-hosted … Continue reading Innovation in Leadership and Organization

Human Resources Management

"The Human Dimension: A Review of Human Resources Management Issues in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry", by Salih Kusluvan, Zeynep Kusluvan, Ibrahim Ilhan, and Lutfi Buyruk, all of the University of Nevsehir, Turkey, was one of the most frequently read articles in Cornell Quarterly in 2010. Professor Salih Kusluvan has provided additional background on the article: … Continue reading Human Resources Management

Leadership and Organizational Culture

“Leadership and Organizational Culture Transformation in Professional Sport”, by Joe Frontiera of West Virginia University, was one of the most frequently read articles in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies in 2010. Joe has provided some additional background to the article: At the beginning of the 2008 season Green Bay Packers’ general manager Ted Thompson, … Continue reading Leadership and Organizational Culture