Enhancing human resource practices and firm performance: Evidence from India

Based on an article written in Journal of Management & Organization Over the past few years, the Indian economy is witnessing an annual growth rate of 7–10% and its industrial sectors are expanding at a very fast pace in response to the increased liberalization and privatization.…


HR strategy during culture change: building change agency

Blog post based on an article in Journal of Management & Organization Some years ago a Masters graduate rang me up to discuss the merger between her State Department and a related State Department.…


Reflexivity and flexibility: Complementary routes to innovation?

Post written by Maria Luisa Farnese, Roberta Fida and Stefano Livi based on an article in Journal of Management & Organization Increasingly dynamic, and sometimes unpredictable, environments compel companies to adapt quickly to changing rules and market demands.…


Comparing Dutch and British High Performing Managers

Blog post written by André de Waal, Béatrice van der Heijden, Christopher Selvarajah and Denny Meyer Based on an article in Journal of Management & Organization  National cultures have a strong influence on the performance of organizations and should be taken into account when studying the traits of High Performing Managers (HPMs).…


An interview with Journal of Management & Organization Editor Tim Bentley

How have you found your first 18 months as Editor of JMO? Genuinely enjoyable.  It is a great honour and responsibility to lead the development of JMO into a truly global journal with growing impact, building on the founding work of the previous editors.…


Capital Taxes, Labor Taxes and the Household

A recent literature has found that married couples share risks only partially. When the labour income of one spouse decreases (e.g.…


Generationally Based Differences in the Workplace: Is There a There There?

Blog post based on a focal article from the journal Industrial and Organizational Psychology There is an increasingly prevalent perception that there are differences among generations and that these differences are creating unprecedented challenges for modern organizations.…


Are business practices across the globalized world converging or diverging?

Based on an article in the latest issue of Management and Organization Review ‘Globalization’ has become the buzzword of the last two decades.…