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  • What prevents women from reaching the top? 

    Keloharju, Matti; Knüpfer, Samuli; Tåg, Joacim (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    We use rich data on all business, economics, and engineering graduates in Sweden to study the lack of women among chief executive officers (CEOs). A comprehensive battery of graduates’ characteristics explains 40% of the ...
  • What merits greater scholarly attention in international business? 

    Grøgaard, Birgitte; Sartor, Michael A.; Rademaker, Linda (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    Scholarly efforts to propose future directions for international business (IB) research have generated a timely and extensive inventory of potentially interesting areas of research. We supplement this line of inquiry by ...
  • Perceived usefulness of design thinking activities for transforming research to impact. 

    Veflen, Nina; Gonera, Antje (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    Empirical studies that investigate the effect of design thinking within complex contexts involving multiple stakeholders are rare. The aim of this study is to contribute to the literature on design thinking, by investigating ...
  • I'm creative and deserving! From self-rated creativity to creative recognition 

    Černe, Matej; Bunjak, Aldijana; Wong, Sut I; Moh'd, Shaima' Salem (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    This paper examines the psychological mechanism by which digital workers translate self-rated creativity into other-rated creativity (novelty and usefulness). Specifically, we explore digital workers' creative self-efficacy ...
  • Development of hybrid professionalism: street-level managers’ work and the enabling conditions of public reform 

    Breit, Eric Martin Alexander; Andreassen, Tone Alm; Fossestøl, Knut (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    This paper examines the role of street-level managers in the development of hybrid professionalism. Based on a longitudinal analysis of an organizational reform, we highlight the work of street-level managers in promoting ...
  • Unintended signals: Why companies with a history of offshoring have to pay wage penalties for new hires 

    Grecu, Alina; Sofka, Wolfgang; Larsen, Marcus Møller; Pedersen, Torben (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    We explore how companies with a history of offshoring attract their future employees. We reason that offshoring decisions send unintended signals about job insecurity to companies’ onshore labor markets. This signaling ...
  • Critical Realism: A Critical Evaluation 

    Zhang, Tong (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    Critical realism, championed by its proponents as the most promising post-positivist social science paradigm, has gained significant influence in the last few decades. This paper provides a critical evaluation of the ...
  • Artificial intelligence in communication management: a cross-national study on adoption and knowledge, impact, challenges and risks 

    Zerfass, Ansgar; Hagelstein, Jens; Tench, Ralph (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    Purpose Artificial intelligence (AI) might change the communication profession immensely, but the academic discourse is lacking an investigation of the perspective of practitioners on this. This article addresses this ...
  • The interplay between relational job design and cross‐training in predicting employee job/task citizenship performance 

    Hernaus, Tomislav; Černe, Matej; Skerlavaj, Miha (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Drawing on a relational perspective to human resource development and management (HRD/M), a multilevel and multisource field study has been conducted examining how HRM practices of job interaction requirements/task ...
  • Multiteam Systems Handling Time-Sensitive Targets: Developing Situation Awareness in Distributed and Co-located Settings 

    Hærem, Thorvald; Valaker, Sigmund; Lofquist, Eric; Bakken, Bjørn T. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    There is an increasing interest in how to organize operations carried out by multiteam systems (MTS). Large MTS typically operate with a dedicated integration team, responsible for coordinating the operation. We report a ...
  • Nature exposure and positive body image: (Re-)examining the mediating roles of connectedness to nature and trait mindfulness 

    Swami, Viren; Barron, David; Todd, Jennifer; Horne, George; Furnham, Adrian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    Previous studies have reported a significant association between nature exposure and positive body image, but understandings of the mechanisms that help to explain this link remain nascent. Here, we considered the extent ...
  • Resource interaction: Key concepts, relations and representations 

    Prenkert, Frans; Hedvall, Klas; Hasche, Nina; Eklinder Frick, Jens; Abrahamsen, Morten H.; Aramo-Immonen, Heli; Baraldi, Enrico; Bocconcelli, Roberta; Harrison, Debbie; Huang, Lei; Huemer, Lars; Kask, Johan; Landquist, Maria; Pagano, Alessandro; Perna, Andrea; Poblete, León; Ratajczak-Mrozek, Milena; Wagrell, Sofia (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    Value co-creation is a core focus area in both B2B marketing and strategy research, necessitating resource utilization within and across organizational boundaries. In the Industrial Marketing and Purchasing (IMP) group, ...
  • Impacts of Covid-19 on Norwegian salmon exports: A firm-level analysis 

    Straume, Hans-Martin; Asche, Frank; Oglend, Atle; Abrahamsen, Eirik Bjorheim; Birkenbach, Anna M.; Langguth, Johannes; Lanquepin, Guillaume; Roll, Kristin Helen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    A rapidly growing literature investigates how the recent Covid-19 pandemic has affected international seafood trade along multiple dimensions, creating opportunities as well as challenges. This suggests that many of the ...
  • The moderating effects of emotional stability on the relationship between the Dark Triad and different measures of risk-taking 

    Grover, Simmy; Furnham, Adrian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    In this study we explored the relationship between the dark triad and risk-taking, using three self-report and one behaviour measure of the risk-taking. Our focus was on whether trait Neuroticism moderated this relationship. ...
  • Aesthetic plating and motivation in context 

    Velasco, Carlos; Veflen, Nina (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Previous research has suggested that people prefer balanced over unbalanced plating compositions. Importantly, though, the question remains as to whether plating balance influences consumers' associations of plating with ...
  • Dark side personality and safety-related traits 

    Furnham, Adrian; Sherman, Ryne A. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    This study examined the relationship between eleven dark-side personality traits and six established safety competencies in a large sample. Over twenty-five thousand Americans completed a questionnaire on Safety-Related ...
  • Correlates of maternal Emotional Stability: Findings from the Millennium Cohort Study 

    Cheng, Helen; Furnham, Adrian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    This study explored correlates of maternal Emotional Stability drawing on a longitudinal data, from the Millennium Cohort Study (MCS): a sample of 10,925 mothers. Data were collected when children were at ages 9 months, ...
  • Understanding Communities of Practice: Taking Stock and Moving Forward 

    Nicolini, Davide; Pyrko, Igor; Omidvar, Omid; Spanellis, Agnessa (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    This paper provides a comprehensive, integrative conceptual review of work on communities of practice (CoPs), defined broadly as groups of people bound together by a common activity, shared expertise, a passion for a joint ...
  • Myths and misconceptions about personality traits and tests 

    Furnham, Adrian; Robinson, Charlotte (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    This study examined the prevalence of myths about personality traits as set out in a book (Donnellan & Luca, 2021) and beliefs in the predictive validity of personality tests. In all, 616 participants completed a questionnaire ...
  • Engineering resilience in a prison's performance management system 

    Steen, Riana; Ingvaldsen, Geir; Patriarca, Riccardo (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    While organisations are becoming more complex than ever, their applied performance management (PM) systems are still based on the conventional PM approach, derived from the need for control and accountability. On the other ...

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