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  • The Methodology of Participant Observation

    The Methodology of Participant Observation

    This article examines the challenges that participant-observation faces as a methodology in light of "the scientific perspectives and standards of research."

  • 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.