When scholars turn to research, they are seeking evidence on any given issue. But in most cases, what they get is the testimony of an author’s interpretation of that evidence – and that’s a big issue, says new research from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Academy of Management Review
People who worry about income inequality “in and of itself” are focusing on the wrong question, professor Rajshree Agarwal argues in a new paper from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.
How Moods and Emotions Add Up to Organizational Effectiveness
Sure, people’s moods factor in to how their workday goes, but until now, research has largely ignored how feelings and emotions collectively affect organizational outcomes on the whole.
The research finds that organizations that harness employees’ moods and feelings — and actively manage and help workers with disruptive emotions — outperform organizations that ignore emotions or force members to suppress undesirable ones.
A 360-degree Approach Can Anchor Teams
Organizations need strong leaders who can build high-quality relationships with their subordinates. But the same leaders create a liability when they exit because loyal employees will often follow them out the door. The result can be “turnover contagion.”