I believe there is increasingly a shared understanding among management scholars that research needs to be both rigorous and relevant. The challenge lies in how to conduct such research. Research that is rigorous, accessible, relevant, and enlightening may be rare, but we must conduct such research.
LOS ANGELES – June 3, 2019 – The latest edition of the Leadership Pulse™ survey of 200 leaders from firms around the world suggests widespread misalignment between how the top executives view the drivers of their companies performance and what their direct reports are seeing.
Hoda Vaziri, Ph.D., George S. Benson, Ph.D., and Maritza Salazar Campo, Ph.D.
This study investigates the relationship between coworker work hours and perceived work-to-family conflict (WFC) in a multinational sample of professional service employees.
Mind the Gap: How Human Resources Can Become More Integral to the Corporate Boardroom Agenda (2019)
A chapter for the second edition of “The Handbook of Board Governance,” authored by Jay A. Conger, Ph.D. and Edward E. Lawler III, Ph.D.
CEO’s Ben Schneider has been featured in article published in Journal of Service Research entitled “Perspectives on the Organizational Context of Frontlines: A Commentary.”
Alec Levenson, senior research scientist with the Center for Effective Organizations, interviewed by KPCC’s AirTalk regarding the 4-day workweek experiment.
In his Forbes article, “Why We Need to Rethink Jobs to Get the Most from AI,” Adi Gaskell references the four steps to successfully apply automation to the workplace in “Revinventing Jobs,” written by CEO’s John Boudreau and Ravin Jesuthasan.
Performance Feedback Culture Drives Business Impact (2018)
A new publication by Gerald E. Ledford, Jr. Ph.D. and Benjamin Schneider, Ph.D.
Alan Colquitt, Ph.D. Introduction Over the past couple years I have documented the problems with traditional performance management (PM), which I call “Last Generation… Read more »
Ed Lawler and John Boudreau (Stanford University Press, 2018)