An in-depth analysis of thousands of journals and books shows that undergraduate business courses include an effective balance of academic and popular press source material.
Leaders and organizations with glowing ethical reputations may be especially vulnerable to a precipitous fall in media image during scandal.
Family-focused employees work harder, but not necessarily smarter, and they are less likely to innovate and take risks.
Researchers found two factors that significantly reduced the odds that failed internal job applicants will leave their organizations.
When organizations seek greater effectiveness by shifting authority to team members, some leaders may find it difficult to share power.
While reciprocity is a strong social force, people in the workplace are far less likely to be generous, unless they believe there’s something in it for them.
Volunteering has negative and positive implications for volunteers’ reputations among colleagues, depending on why people volunteered.
The Academy of Management appears to be ahead of the curve when it comes to women in leadership positions:
• AOM’s current president is Jacqueline A-M. Coyle-Shapiro. President-elect is Quinetta M. Roberson.
• The last four AOM presidents were women. Since 1999, 11 of the 21 presidents were women. (The first woman was elected AOM president in 1979.)
• Four of the five current Executive Committee Members of the Board are women. Six of the nine current Board of Governors representatives-at-large are women.
Here are some Insights summaries suitable for your International Women’s Day reading list:
• Female CFOs Get Higher Scores for Accuracy
• How Adding a Female’s Voice Can Improve All-Male Teams
• Three Recipes for Success for Female CEOs
• “Twokenism:” Why Top U.S. Firms’ Boards Have Two Women
Stereotypes of Self-reliance May Help Women and Hurt Men
• Why Women Don’t Delegate As Much As Men
• How the Gender Pay Gap and Glass Ceiling Help Some Women
• When a Positive Spin Helps Men, Not Women, Get Ahead
• When Women or Minorities Check in as CEOs, White Men Check out
• Being a Token is More Difficult for Some Employees
• Race Plus Gender Doubles the Struggle for Black Women
• Equating Masculine Looks with Leaders May Be a Miscalculation
• Women Who Cry at Work Need to Know These Five Things
• Women’s Career Self-Help Books: Pros and Cons
• Fact-Checking Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In
Companies Benefit from Supporting Breastfeeding Moms
• When Diversity Increases Absenteeism
• How Female Entrepreneurs Can Beat the VC Funding Bias
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