In the academic leadership research, an empirical focus on university leadership encompasses two remarkable strands: leader’s influence on organizational performance and changes of leader’s individual characteristics over time.
Author: Katerina Guba
How successful scholars write and publish: ten sociologists reflect on their publication strategies
Do you ever think about what the best publication strategy is in the social sciences? Have you ever wondered how successful scholars reflect on their approaches to getting published? […]
From plagiarism to predatory journals: academic misconduct, misrepresentation, and gaming
When we hear the words academic misconduct, we usually think of individuals involved in plagiarism and other kinds of unethical scholarly behavior, and less often of organizations implicated in such affairs. […]
Can early-career scholars publish high-impact research?
Is being at an early stage in one’s career a limiting factor in publishing high-impact articles? According to a recent study published in the Academy of Management Learning and Education – not at all. […]
Academic writing as conversation: one important step towards a published paper
Experienced scholars describe writing as joining conversations within a particular field of interest (Patriotta 2017). Having analyzed his experience of editing the Journal of Management Studies […]