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JMS essay series on Covid-19 and implications for management research

  • 1.  JMS essay series on Covid-19 and implications for management research

    Posted 10-16-2020 08:02

    These essays are part of a series of thought-provoking commentaries in which leading scholars from our field sketch how COVID-19 will impact the future of management research. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic confronting the world with a rapid, unexpected and far reaching global crisis, each essay in this series is examining how our established assumptions, concepts and questions in management studies will require revisiting and rethinking. Stay tuned for the 3rd part of the series coming soon.

    Social Entrepreneurship and COVID‐19

    Sophie Bacq, G.T. Lumpkin



    Covid 19 and Our Understanding of Risk, Emergencies, and Crises

    Linda Rouleau, Markus Hällgren, Mark de Rond



    COVID and the New Technologies of Organizing:Digital Exhaust, Digital Footprints, and Artificial Intelligence in the Wake of Remote Work

    Paul M. Leonardi



    COVID‐19 and the future of CSR research

    Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten



    Shifting Team Research after COVID‐19:Evolutionary and Revolutionary Change

    Deborah Ancona, Henrik Bresman, Mark Mortensen



    COVID's impacts on the Field of Labor and Employment Relations

    Adrienne Eaton, Charles Heckscher



    The impact of The Covid‐19 pandemic on firms' organizational designs

    Nicolai J Foss



    Grand Challenges, Covid‐19 and the Future of Organizational Scholarship

    Jennifer Howard‐Grenville



    How Crisis Reveals the Structures of Practices

    David Seidl, Richard Whittington



    Strategic Management Theory in a Post‐Pandemic and Non‐Ergodic World

    Michael A. Hitt, Jean‐Luc Arregle, R. Michael Holmes



    "15 Days to slow the spread": Covid‐19 and collective resilience

    Mary Ann Glynn



    All commentaries published so far can be found here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/14676486/homepage/covid19-commentaries


    Joanne Cheseldine
    Journal of Managment Studies