Time for Some Course Corrections in Organizations

  [We’re pleased to welcome Blake Ashforth of Arizona State University, Tempe. Blake recently published an article entitled “Exploring Identity and Identification in Organizations: Time for Some Course Corrections,” published in Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies. From Blake:] What inspired you to be interested in this topic? When individuals identify with their occupations and … Continue reading Time for Some Course Corrections in Organizations

Historical Bricolage, Or How Companies Mix Past Heritage with Present Organizational Identity

[We're pleased to welcome Laura Illia of IE University. Laura recently published an article with co-author Alessandra Zamparini in the October 2016 issue of Journal of Management Inquiry entitled "Legitimate Distinctiveness, Historical Bricolage, and the Fortune of the Commons." The interview with Laura:] What inspired you to be interested in this topic? We have been … Continue reading Historical Bricolage, Or How Companies Mix Past Heritage with Present Organizational Identity