organizational behavior

CSR Reportings under Institutional Conflict
LUO, Xiaowei Rose | WANG, Danqing | ZHANG, Jianjun

The authors in this study develop a theoretical framework in which the disclosure of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities is viewed as an organizational response to institutional complexity which exists between the dem ...

Global Organizations Must Rethink Supply Chain Management

The recent turbulent years have led to new challenges for global supply chain management, but with proactive mechanisms in place, corporates can minimize the impact and scale of disruptions. By Professor CHEUNG Ki Ling, Departme ...

Working Together for the Greater Good
ONG, Madeline | MAYER, David M. | TOST, Leigh P. | WELLMAN, Ned

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a very important part of any business’s activities. Showing an interest in wider social issues and investing in doing good are surefire ways for a company to strengthen its brand and ...

The Cost of Listing Overseas
GE, Weili | MATSUMOTO, Dawn | WANG, Emily Jing | ZHANG, Jenny Li

Listing on a U.S. stock exchange can be good for business, but U.S.-listed foreign firms pay a big price for deliberately misleading investors, according to a 2020 study by Ge, Matsumoto, Wang, and Zhang. . The authors compared th ...

Occupational Failures May Limit Your Leadership Capabilities

With the increasing demands for innovation and adaption, organizations need employees not in formal leadership roles to take initiatives and exhibit informal leadership among their peers.  Prior research has focused on &ldquo ...

High Volume Recruitment: Success through Analytics

Many organizations recruit a large number of people in a short amount of time, a practice known as high volume recruitment. Organizations hire in volume for various reasons. For example, they are growing exponentially, they are op ...

Corporate Performance: The Vital Connection Between Information and Managerial Decisions
NOVOSELOV, Kirill E. | HSU, Charles | WANG, Rencheng

The real economic effects of financial reporting can be understood by looking into the joint effect of managerial overconfidence and accounting conservatism, specifically regarding the quality of corporate decisions. For instance, ...

Selecting the Right Team: People, Process, and Technology
THONG, James Y L | VENKATESH, Viswanath | MARUPING, Likoebe M. | ZHANG, Xiaojun

In recent years, there has been a rapid increase in the number of new technologies, tools, and platforms; for example, social networking, cloud computing, and data analytics. As such, IT projects that were developed for use in tra ...