Journal of Management & Organization

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ISSN / EISSN : 1833-3672 / 1839-3527
Current Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) (10.1017)
Former Publisher: E-Content Management (10.5172)
Total articles ≅ 1,498
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Anđelka Stojanović , Ivan Mihajlović, Natalia B. Safronova, Svilen Kunev, Peter Schulte
Journal of Management & Organization pp 1-21; doi:10.1017/jmo.2020.40

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Cross-cultural research on corporate social responsibility (CSR) dealing with specific stakeholder groups is fairly rare in the existing literature. The aim of this research is to investigate the level of recognition of CSR in companies by employees working in micro/small, medium-sized and large companies. The research is based on the survey conducted in Bulgaria, Russia and Serbia with the employees' attitudes obtained via a structured questionnaire. A similar socio-historical background of the three countries and different levels of accomplished socio-economic development at present is taken into account. A proposed ranking methodology was based on the multi-criteria decision analysis approach, observed through five studied dimensions: environmental, social, economic, stakeholder and voluntariness. The ranking was carried out using the integrated Entropy-PROMETHEE-GAIA method, where the Entropy method was used for determining the weights of the criteria, whereas PROMETHEE-GAIA was used for final ranking. The obtained results were analyzed from the multi-cultural point of view and show more significant differences in the attitudes of employees from different countries, rather than when the size of a company is taken into consideration.
Cara-Lynn Scheuer , Annika Voltan, Kothai Kumanan, Subhajit Chakraborty
Journal of Management & Organization pp 1-20; doi:10.1017/jmo.2020.37

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Selen Kars-Unluoglu , Alex Kevill
Journal of Management & Organization pp 1-20; doi:10.1017/jmo.2020.38

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Research uncovering the behavioural and cognitive foundations of capability development has gained traction in recent years. However, the emotional foundations of capability development have not been adequately addressed. This is an important gap; if emotions impact decisions and actions of key organisational actors, this suggests an influence on capability development processes in organisations, with implications for their survival and evolution. In this paper, we therefore explore ‘how do the emotions of key strategists enable and/or hinder capability development?’ Our in-depth qualitative research, based on five small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), shows that emotions of key strategists, including emotional tensions and ambivalence, have multi-faceted effects on capability development depending on the activation level of pleasant and unpleasant emotions experienced. This adds to extant understanding of idiosyncratic foundations of capability development and extends conversations regarding the internal dynamics behind organisational survival and evolution.
Ahmad Bayiz Ahmad, Atif Saleem Butt, Dingxiang Chen, Bangcheng Liu
Journal of Management & Organization pp 1-21; doi:10.1017/jmo.2020.41

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Choon Bae (Paul) Yoo
Journal of Management & Organization pp 1-17; doi:10.1017/jmo.2020.39

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Chaoying Tang, Xiaoyang Lu, Stefanie E. Naumann
Journal of Management & Organization pp 1-13; doi:10.1017/jmo.2020.35

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Journal of Management & Organization pp 1-20; doi:10.1017/jmo.2020.28

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Virginia Bodolica , Martin Spraggon
Journal of Management & Organization pp 1-24; doi:10.1017/jmo.2020.34

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Sari Mansour , Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay
Journal of Management & Organization pp 1-18; doi:10.1017/jmo.2020.31

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