Category: *Academy of Management

Creativity is More Than Thinking Outside the Box (IO Psychology)

Topic: Teams, Creativity Publication: Academy of Management Journal Article: Cognitive team diversity and individual team member creativity: A cross-level interaction Authors: S. J. Shin, T.-Y. Kim, J.-Y. Lee, & L. Bian Reviewed By: Katie Bachman A creative team is a joy to own. But how can an organization ensure that

Big Decision? Take some time to think about it (IO Psychology)

Topic: Decision Making, Ethics Publication: Academy of Management Journal (FEB 2012) Article: Contemplation and conversation: Subtle influences on moral decision making Authors: Gunia, B. C., Wang, L., Huang, L., Wang, J., & Murninghan, J. K. Reviewed By: Katie Bachman In the workplace, important decisions can hinge on the ethical strength

The Makings of Morality: The Factors Behind Ethical Behavior (IO Psychology)

Topic: Ethics Publication: Academy of Management Review Article: Moral maturation and moral conation: A capacity approach to explaining moral thought and action Authors: Hannah, S. T., Avolio, B. J., & May, D. R. Reviewer: Neil Morelli When it comes to identifying unethical behavior in politics, business, and sport, all it

Human Resource Management: Motivating Your Workers to Create Value

Topic: Human Resource Management, Motivation Publication: Academy of Management Review Article: Heterogeneous Motives and the Collective Creation of Value Authors: Bridoux, F., Coeurderoy, R., and Durand, R. Reviewer: Neil Morelli In a world where resources are becoming scarcer, firms should be looking to boost any kind of competitive advantage they

How Leaders Sharing Organizational Values Boosts Team Performance

Topic: Leadership, Teams, I/O Psychology Publication: Academy of Management Journal Article: Person-Organization Value Congruence: How Transformational Leaders Influence Work Group Effectiveness Authors: Hoffman, B.J., Bynum, B.H., Piccolo, R.F., & Sutton, A.W. Reviewer: Neil Morelli Why is it that some leaders or managers are adept at “rallying the troops” while some

Responding to Mistreatment of Others

Topic: Motivation, Human Resource Management, Ethics Publication: Academy of Management Review Article: A Model of Third Parties’ Morally Motivated Responses to Mistreatment in Organizations Authors: O’Reilly, J. & Aquino, K. Reviewer: Rachel Marsh Have you ever noticed a college student being mistreated by someone else in the organization, be it

They Make How Much!? Why History Matters with CEO Pay

Topic: Leadership, Compensation Publication: Academy of Management Journal Article: Do CEOs Encounter Within-Tenure Settling Up? A Multiperiod Perspective on Executive Pay and Dismissal Authors: Wowak, A.J., Hambrick, D.C., & Henderson, A.D. Reviewer: Neil Morelli Past studies have found a significant yet modest relationship between CEO pay and performance. In an

Is Bureaucracy Bad for Creativity? That Depends on You

Topic: Creativity, Strategic HR, Teams
Publication: Academy of Management Journal
Article: How does bureaucracy impact individual creativity? A cross-level investigation of team contextual influences on goal orientation-creativity relationships
Authors: Giles Hirst, Daan Van Knippenberg, Chin-Hui Chen, & Claudia A. Sacramento
Reviewed By: Katie Bachman

Increase generic human capital to increase unit-specific human capital

Topic: Organizational performance, Talent management, Strategic HR
Publication: Academy of Management Journal (APR 2011)
Article: Acquiring and developing human capital in service contexts: The interconnectedness of human capital resources
Authors: Ployhart, R. E., Van Iddekinge, C. H., & MacKenzie, W. I.
Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin