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  • When Power Makes Others Speechless

    When Power Makes Others Speechless

    "...highlights the importance of developing a better understanding of the organization-level antecedents of leaders' psychological experiences of power..."

  • Limitations and Future Directions for Governance Research

    Limitations and Future Directions for Governance Research

    "A further limitation of third sector governance research has been the reliance on positivist, cross-sectional research designs...yet...boards defy easy generalizations. There is a need, therefore, for longitudinal and comparative research designs that not only focus on board characteristics and behavior but explicitly examine how governance structures and practices change over time and are influenced by external and internal contingencies."

  • Negotiating Reality

    "This article has been a theoretical inquiry into the “one big happy family fantasy”—a situation that we faced when attempting conflict transformation in a natural spaces of encounter."

  • Taking Notes

    "The aim of this method is to link different levels of psychic reality, all the while keeping them separate. To this end, the notes are divided into four columns: the group associative chain, the underlying ‘basic scenarios’, internal and intertransferential reactions, and hypotheses about the observed phenomena. "

  • Unbounded Irrationality

    Unbounded Irrationality

    "The article thus argues that LTCM behaved irrationally and seeks an explanation for this by turning to the concept of narcissism, developed by psychoanalysis and its application to organizational dynamics."