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SAGE is delighted to announce the publication of Journal of General Management, a quarterly peer reviewed journal, with a mission. The mission of the Journal of General Management is to provide thought leadership by publishing articles on managerial practices with organisation-wide or cross-functional implications. The journal seeks original theoretical and practical insights into general management in all types of organisations.
Read the June 2017 special issue on Industry Policies, FInancialisation and Globalisation.
Editor’s Choice Collection: History Research in Management and Organization Studies.
Read the lastest special issue from Accounting History: Accounting History in Diverse settings, guest edited by Alessandro Lai and Grant Samkin.
As part of the Tavistock and Human Relations 70th anniversary, this workshop will address the contribution of research to practice. It will take place Tuesday 10 Oct 2017, 10.00‒17.00, at The British Academy, 10‒11 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH.
Organization is introducing a new type of paper to the journal: ‘Acting Up’. Acting Up sets out to create a platform for radical politics and political activism in Organization. Acting Up papers are short pieces (around 4,000 words excluding references), developing a genre of academic writing that supports relevance, political engagement, resistance, and activism.
The Organizational Behavior Teaching Society (OBTS) is now officially known as Management & Organizational Behavior Teaching Society (MOBTS). Journal of Educational Management and Management Teaching Review are the official journals of MOBTS.
Announcing New Editors
Journal of Management: David G. Allen, Texas Christian University, became Editor on July 1st.
Human Resource Development Review: New editorial team consists of Editor Jia Wang, Texas A&M University; Associate Editors Mina Beigi, Liverpool John Moores University & Yonjoo Cho, Indiana University; Managing Editor Yasmeen Makarem, Texas A&M University
Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice: Incoming Editor Johan Wiklund, Syracuse University
The Interplay between Intuition and Rationality in Strategic Decision Making: A Paradox Perspective by Giulia Calabretta, Gerda Gemser, and Nachoem M. Wijnberg
Understanding outcome-based contracts benefits and risks from the buyers’ and sellers’ perspective by Eva Böhm, Christof Backhaus, Andreas Eggert, and Tim Cummins
Why do economists study happiness? by Marcin Piekałkiewicz
Barriers to ethnic minority and women’s enterprise: Existing evidence, policy tensions and unsettled questions by Sara Carter, Samuel Mwaura, Monder Ram Kiran Trehan, and Trevor Jones
Being Native American in business: Culture, identity, and authentic leadership in modern American Indian enterprises by Daniel Stewart, Amy Klemm Verbos, Carolyn Birmingham, Stephanie L Black, and Joseph Scott Gladstone
The effects of business cycles on tourism demand flows in small island destinations by Robertico Croes and Jorge Ridderstaat
The City as a Lab: Open Innovation Meets the Collaborative Economy by Boyd Cohen, Esteve Almirall, and Henry Chesbrough
Does Family Involvement in Management Reduce the Risk of Business Failure? The Moderating Role of Entrepreneurial Orientation by Antonio J. Revilla, Ana Pérez-Luño, and María Jesús Nieto
Research Design for Mixed Methods: A Triangulation-based Framework and Roadmap by Scott F. Turner, Laura B. Cardinal, and Richard M. Burton
‘It's a very sobering feeling to be up in space and realize that one's safety factor was determined by the lowest bidder on a government contract.’ – Alan Shepard, US Astronaut (1923-1998)
JSCAN welcomes submissions for the forthcoming special issue on megaprojects. Deadline for paper submissions: 1st November 2017.
Strategic Organization invites submissions for a special issue focusing on exploring the strategy–identity nexus. Deadline for submissions is 31 October 2017.
Recherche et Applications en Marketing is pleased to announce a special issue exploring Marketing’s long tradition of multi- and cross-disciplinarity, both among practitioners and researchers. Manuscripts can be submitted in either English or French. Deadline for submissions is January 8 2018.
International Small Business Journal is now accepting papers for a special issue titled “Entrepreneurial Orientation: International, Global, and Cross-Cultural Issues”. Deadline for submissions is 10 November 2017.
The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation invites submissions for a special issue forcused on innovations in entrepreneurial finance. The journal, in particular, welcomes submissions that would not normally be considered by mainstream entrepreneurial finance journals. Deadline for submissions 31st October 2017.
Business & Society is now accepting papers for a number of special issues, including “Collaborative Cross-Sector Business Models for Sustainability” and “Governing Business Responsibility in Areas of Limited Statehood.” Visit the B&S website for more information.
Cornell Hospitality Quarterly is now accepting papers for a special issue on hospitality finance and accounting. Deadline for submissions is February 15, 2018.
The ILR Review features a special series on Industry and Organization Studies in partnership with the Industry Studies Association (ISA). The goal of this article series is to promote rigorous scholarship that examines the complex, real-world problems faced by industries and organizations.
This year BAM takes place at Warwick Business School. If you’re attending, come by the SAGE stand to browse our journals, books and digital products including SAGE Business Cases.
ILA 2017 takes place in Brussels, Belgium. If you’re attending, come by the SAGE stand to browse our journals, books and digital products.
SMA 2017 takes place at St. Pete Beach, Florida. SAGE is proud to publish Journal of Management, the official journal of the Southern Management Association.
Leadership: Theory and Practice by Peter G. Northouse
Introduction to Leadership: Concepts and Practice by Peter G. Northouse
Entrepreneurship: The Practice and Mindset by Heidi M. Neck, Christopher P. Neck and Emma L. Murray
Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership: Casting Light or Shadow by Craig E. Johnson
Operations Management: Managing Global Supply Chains by Ray R. Venkataraman and Jeffrey K. Pinto
Organizational Behavior: A Critical-Thinking Approach by Christopher P. Neck, Jeffery D. Houghton and Emma L. Murray
Cross-Cultural Management: Essential Concepts by David C. Thomas and Mark F. Peterson
Human Resource Information Systems: Basics, Applications, and Future Directions by Michael J. Kavanagh and Richard D. Johnson
Cognitive biases affect our decision-making every day. How have the four types of biases shaped the corporate response to a modern issue like climate change?
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