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  • The Relational Tradition

    This essay describes "the history and evolution of this perspective, its theoretical underpinnings and ancestry, and its emergence as a powerful critique of, and alternative to, the more classical movements in psychoanalysis."

  • Leadership and Learning from Failure

    Leadership and Learning from Failure

    "In this study, the authors address two key questions that have received only limited attention in the literature: (a) how learning leadership enables organizational learning from failures and (b) how these learning behaviors enhance organizational capacities for adaptation to environmental turbulence."

  • Management vs Expertise

    The Atlantic recently did a piece that delved into the human brain’s bias against novelty, citing in particular communications experts’ predictions that the iPhone would be a total flop. The article explores the idea that as people become more knowledgeable in a certain field, they are less inclined to accept new ideas even when creativity is the stated goal.

  • Special Issue Call for Papers – QROM

    Special Issue Call for Papers – QROM

    This call is for narratives that are critically reflexive of the research process. Paper submissions should aim to answer the following question: How can we problematize and re-conceptualize good research in organization and management studies? The deadline for submission is March 31, 2017.

  • To Look or not to Look

    "Here we study how rationality can be used in the service of irrationality. In particular, rationalized, engineered and bureaucratically organized inputs, throughputs, and outputs contain unconscious processes embodied in the engineering of atrocity."