Our Unique Position

Our Unique Position

Feb 22nd, 2011

“CSOC is one of the only psychoanalytically-oriented groups studying organizations at a research university in the United States.”

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Apr 9th, 2015No Comments

“According to widespread belief in American business, organizations are run by people who are rational, objective, driven by enlightened self-interest, and eager to increase productivity, profitability, efficiency, and competitiveness in the marketplace. However, the way that life is played out in workplaces often differs from this ideal narrative.”

Influence of Significant Others on Perceptions of Leadership

Influence of Significant Others on Perceptions of Leadership

Apr 2nd, 20151 Comment

“Following previous transference research, we vary similarity on the basis of idiographic descriptions as a first step in
research; however, additional similarity cues should be considered a prime area for further investigation of transference effects.”

Trauma and Organizations

Trauma and Organizations

Mar 31st, 2015No Comments

“Trauma and Organizations is divided into two parts…structure and processes of organizations as systems…and…leaders and leadership, with respect to both the work groups and the basic assumptions groups…”

Re-investigating Leadership

Re-investigating Leadership

Mar 27th, 2015No Comments

“…leadership per se could be said to have achieved an almost “bling-like” resonance within the business world. Indeed leaders tend to be presented – falsely – as the heroes and saviours…”

Supervision and Employee Creativity

Supervision and Employee Creativity

Mar 20th, 20151 Comment

“In this research, we examine how followers’ attributions of leader abusive supervision motives may moderate the trickle-down process of abusive supervision and the ultimate effect on employee creativity.”

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