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  • Dear Colleagues The December issue of The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science is published. Please see the Table of Contents below. We are also very excited to announce that Christine Meyer and Nerina Jimmieson are joining us as our newest Associate ...

  • Dear colleagues, The latest issue of Human Resource Management Journal is available now . HRMJ (published by Wiley) has an impact factor of 2.843 (5-year: 3.100) and is ranked 4/27 (Industrial Relations & Labor) and 77/217 (Management) ...

  • Dear colleagues, On behalf of all co-editors, I would like to point out a special issue of the German Journal for Human Resource Management on the topic: "Working from home: What it means to individuals, leaders, organizing and human resource practices" ...

  • Hello everyone!   I'm Katina Sawyer, an Assistant Professor of Management at George Washington University, working with Christian Thoroughgood, an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Villanova University. We are currently conducting a meta-analysis ...

  • The British Journal of Management (BJM) and the International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR) are seeking additional Associate Editors to join their team as well as an additional Co-Editor-in-Chief for IJMR. Read more on these exciting editorial ...


  • Recording of "How can #BlackLivesMatter in the Academy?" Webinar

    On Nov 9, 2020 the OB Division hosted a webinar called "How can #BlackLivesMatter in the Academy? Exploring Issues of Systemic Racism and Oppression".

    A recording of this webinar is now available on our 2020-21 Spotlight webpage focused on Racial Inequality and Systemic Racism.

    It can also be accessed directly from this link:

    This webinar was moderated by Oscar Holmes IV and featured Dolly Chugh, Eddy Ng, and Stella Nkomo as panelists.

    The focus of the interactive discussion of was on:

    • The history of systemic racism/oppression in our field
    • Where are we now with systemic racism/oppression
    • What do we need to do to get to where we would like to be
  • OB Division COVID-19 Resources


    Our OB Division Executive Committee members are thinking about you and your loved ones as we navigate the COVID-19 crises. We hope you are managing and want to reaffirm that taking care of yourselves, and those around you, is the highest priority.

    We have developed some ways to help support you in addressing research, teaching and collective sense-making concerns that you might have during this time,  as well as to facilitate your ability to reach out and help each other. Consider participating in the following initiatives: 

    1. Attend our research webinar, “Leadership in Times of Crises;” 
    2. Contribute to, and take advantage of, our OB Online Content Library and Discussion threads about on-line teaching and research;
    3. For doctoral students, attend our webinar “Successfully Navigating COVID-19 as a Doctoral Student: Q&A with the OB Division Executive Team.” 

    The specific details of each of these initiatives are described in separate announcements and include sign-up links.  We look forward to coming together as a community. Stay safe and well.

    Sigal G. Barsade, OB Division Chair, on behalf of the OB Division Executive Committee

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