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Selected Papers and Articles on Leadership




2021
Collings, D. G.; Minbaeva, D. (2021). "Building Micro-foundations for Talent Management" In: The Routledge Companion to Talent Management. ed. /Ibraiz Tarique. New York : Routledge 2021, p. 32-43 (Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Marketing)

Guthey, E., Ferry, N. C., & Remke, R. (2021). “Taking leadership fashions seriously as a vehicle for leadership learning”. Management Learning.

Molin, J (2021). ”God ledelse er en effekt: Nogle mellemregninger.” I God Ledelse. ed. /Karsten Mellon. København, Hans Reitzels Forlag 2021, p. 129-151

Jeschke, K.N, Waldorff, S.B., Dyreborg, J. & Ajslev, J.Z.N. (2021). Complaining about occupational safety and health: a barrier for collaboration between managers and workers on construction sites. Construction Management and Economics.

Kjærgaard, A., & Meier, F. (2021). Trying Out Loud: Leadership Development as Experimentalism. Leadership.

Knudsen, M., & Larsson, M. (2021). “The deep organisation. The organisational view in a public management and leadership development programme”. Teaching Public Administration.

Larsson, M., & Holmberg, R. (2021). "Taming the survey: Managing the employee survey to create space for change oriented leadership”. Journal of Change Management.

Larsson, M., & Nielsen, M. F. (2021). “The risky path to a followership identity: From abstract concept to situated reality”. International Journal of Business Communication. 58 (1), 3-30.

Larsson, M., Clifton, J., & Schnurr, S. (2021). ”The fallacy of discrete authentic leader behaviors. Locating authentic leadership in interaction”. Leadership 17(4), 421-440.

Larsson, M., Knudsen, M. (2021). “The socio-moral order or a leadership development program: A study of program participant community”. Management Learning.

Ritter, T. (2021). Bestyrelsen og værdiskabende strategi. In S. Thomsen (Ed.), Lærebog i bestyrelsesledelse (pp. 153-164). Djøf Forlag

Henriksen, T. D.; Nielsen, R. K.; Vikkelsø, S.; Bévort, F.; Mogensen (2021). “A Paradox Rarely Comes Alone a Quantitative Approach to Investigating Knotted Leadership Paradoxes in SMEs” In: Scandinavian Journal of Management, Vol. 37, No. 1, 3.2021

Jensen, T. B.; Stein, M-K (2021) ”Designing a Digital Workplace: Introducing Complementary Smart Work Elements”. In: Journal of Financial Transformation, Vol. 52, 2021, p. 42-53

Villeséche, F., Ottsen, C. L., & Paunova, M. (2021). Bias and Leadership Aspirations: Exploring the Interaction of Gender and Parental Status in Self-Evaluations. Kvinder, Køn & Forskning, 31(3), 70-83

Wåhlin-Jacobsen, C. D. & Larsson, M. (2021). “Connecting leadership in interaction: an empirical study.” In: Z. Jaser, The connecting leader, a volume in The Leadership Horizons Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing
2020
Ferry, N., & Guthey, E. (2020). “Start ‘em early: Pastoral power and the confessional culture of student leadership development in US universities”. The Journal of Business Ethics.

Ferry, N., & Guthey, E. (2020). “There is no Lean In for men”. Proceedings of the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

Greve, C.; Ejersbo, N.; Lægreid, P. & Rykkja, L. (2020). ”Unpacking Nordic Administrative Reforms: Agile and Adaptive Government” International Journal of Public Administration 43(8), 697-710, 2020.

Larsson, M., Carsten, M., & Knudsen, M. (2020). ”Good intentions gone awry: Investigating a strategically oriented MLD program”. Journal of Management Development, 39(3), 334–354.

Meier, F., & Carroll, B. (2020) “Making up leaders: Reconfiguring the executive student through profiling, texts and conversations in a leadership development programme.” Human Relations, 73(9), 1226-1248.

Holt, R (2020). “Laocoön, leadership and wisdom”. In W. Küpers and M. Statler (eds) Leadership and Wisdom: Narrating the Future Responsibly. New York: Routledge.

Thøgersen, D., Waldorff, S.B. & Steffensen, T. (2020). Public Value through Innovation: Danish public managers’ views on barriers and boosters. International Journal of Public Administration, pp 1- 10.
 
2019
Larsson, M., & Meier, F. (2019) ”Offentligt lederskab som interaktioner og relationer”. Public Governance Research, 5, 1-20.

Larsson, M., Holmberg, R., Kempster, S. (2019). “It’s the organization that is wrong”: Exploring disengagement from organisations through leadership development. Leadership.

Van Gestel, N., Waldorff, S.B. & Denis, J.L. (2019). (Mis)taking Social Responsibility? Implementing welfare state reform by private and non-profit organizations. Public Management Review, 22 (12):1739-1759.
 
2018
Ashcraft, K. L. and Muhr, S. L. (2018). “Coding Military Command as a Promiscuous Practice? Unsettling the Gender Binaries of Leadership Metaphors”, Human Relations, vol. 71, no.2, pp 206-228.

F. Bévort, T. Duus Henriksen, AM. Hjalager, H. Holt Larsen, R. K. Nielsen & S. Vikkelsø (Editors) (2018). ”Ledelsesdilemmaer : Strejftog gennem faglitteraturen”. Frederiksberg: Copenhagen Business School, 2018, 228 p.

Just, S. N. and Muhr, S. L. (2018): ‘Together we rise’: Collaboration and contestation as narrative drivers of the Women’s March. Leadership. 15(2): 245-267.

Minbaeva, D., Park, C., Vertinsky, I. and Cho, Y. (2018). “Disseminative capacity and knowledge acquisition from foreign partners in international joint ventures.” Journal of World Business, 53(5): 712-724.

Minbaeva, D., Rabbiosi, L. and Stahl, G. (2018). “Not Walking the Talk? How Host Country Cultural Orientations May Buffer the Damage of Corporate Values’ Misalignment”. Journal of World Business.

Poulfelt, F (2018). “Imagining ’Non-nationality’: Cosmopolitanism as a Source of Identity and Belonging”. In: Human Relations, Vol. 71, No. 2, 2018, p.129-154.

R..K. Nielsen; AM. Hjalager; H. Holt Larsen; F. Bévort; T. Duus Henriksen & S. Vikkelsø. (2018) ”Ledelsesdilemmaer : Og kunsten at navigere i moderne ledelse”. København: Djøf Forlag 2018, 220 p.
 
2017
Alford, J. and Greve, C. (2017). “Strategy in the Public and Private Sectors: Similarities, Differences and Changes” Administrative Sciences. Vol. 7, No. 4, 2017.

Ferry, N. (2017). “It’s a family business! Leadership texts as technologies of heteronormativity”. Leadership, 14(6), 603-621.

Larsson, M. (2017). “Leadership in Interaction”. In J. Storey, J. Hartley, J-L.Denis, P. ’t Hart, and D.Ulrich (eds.), The Routledge Companion to Leadership, 173–93. New York: Routledge.

Lee, Y. T., & Paunova, M. (2017). “How learning goal orientation fosters leadership recognition in self‐managed teams: A two‐stage mediation model”. Applied Psychology, 66(4), 553-576.

Lund Pedersen, C., & Ritter, T. (2017). The 4 Types of Project Manager. Harvard Business Review Digital Articles, 2- 8.

Lund Pedersen, C., & Ritter, T. (2021). The 4 Types of Leadership. Haas School of Business.

Paunova, M. (2017). “Who gets to lead the multinational team? An updated status characteristics perspective”. Human Relations, 70(7), 883-907.

Reay, T., Goodrick, E., Waldorff, S.B. & Casebeer, A. (2017). Getting Leopards to Change their Spots: Co-Creating a New Professional Role Identity. The Academy of Management Journal. Vol. 60, No. 3, 2017, pp 1043-1070.
2016
Alvesson, M., & Kärreman, D. (2016). “Intellectual Failure and Ideological Success in Organization Studies. The Case of Transformational Leadership”. Journal of Management Inquiry, 2016, 25(2), 139-152.

Edwards, T., Sanchez-Mangas, R., Jalette, P, Lavelle, J., and Minbaeva, D. (2016) “Comparing the HR Practices of US-owned and Indigenous MNCs: Evidence from Five Countries”. Journal of International Business Studies, 47(8): 997–1021

Hjorth, D. and Dawson, A. (2016) “The burden of history in the family business organization,” Organization Studies, 37(8): 1089-1111

Holmberg, R., Larsson, M. & Bäckström, M. (2016). “Developing leadership skills and resilience in turbulent times: A quasiexperimental evaluation study”. Journal of Management Development, 35(2), 154–169.

Molin, J. (2016). ”Om præstationskultur og tabet af substans” I: Tæller Vi Det Der Tæller. ed. /Malene Friis Andersen & Lene Tanggaard; Klim 2016, p. 79-107
 
2015 - 2010
Andersen, T. and Minbaeva, D. (2013). “Human Resources in Strategy Making”. Human Resource Management, 52(5), pp. 809-827

Balslev, L; Molin, J. (2014). ”High Quality Connections: Om Ledelse & Relationer på Danske Arbejdspladser”. Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2014, 8 p.

Cornelissen, J., Holt, R., and Zundel, M (2011). “The role of analogy and metaphor in the framing and legitimization of strategic change”. Organization Studies, 32(12): 1701-1716

Gooderham, P., Minbaeva, D. and Pedersen, T. (2011). “Governance Mechanisms for the Promotion of Social Capital for Knowledge Transfer in Multinational Corporations”. Journal of Management Studies, 48(1), pp. 123-150

Guthey, E. and Jackson, B. (2011). “Cross-Cultural Leadership Revisited”, in Alan Bryman, David Collinson, Keith Grint, Brad Jackson, Mary Uhl-Bien, eds., The Sage Handbook of Leadership. London: Sage, 165-178.

Guthey, E. and Morsing, M. (2014). “CSR and the Mediated Emergence of Strategic Ambiguity”, The Journal of Business Ethics.

Hjorth, D. and Gartner, W. B. (2012). “Moving and being moved: ideas, perspectives and 59 theses on entrepreneurial leadership,” in Hjorth, D. (ed.) (2012) Handbook of Organizational Entrepreneurship, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 362-376

Larsson, M., & Lundholm, S. E. (2013). “Talking work in a bank: A study of organizing properties of leadership in work interactions”. Human Relations, 66(8), 1101–1129

Lemmergaard, J. and Muhr, S. L. (2011). “Everybody Hurts, Sometimes: Emotions and Dysfunctional Leadership” (editorial), European Journal of International Management, vol. 5, no. 1, pp 1-12.

Minbaeva, D. (2013). “Strategic HRM in Building Micro-Foundations of Organizational Knowledge-Based Performance”. Human Resource Management Review, 23(4), pp. 378-390

Muhr, S. L. and Sullivan, K. R. (2013). ‘”None so queer as folk”: Gendered Expectations and Transgressive Bodies in Leadership, Leadership, vol. 9, no. 3, pp 416-435.

Paunova, M. (2015). “The emergence of individual and collective leadership in task groups: A matter of achievement and ascription”. The Leadership Quarterly, 26(6), 935-957.

Holt, R. and Zundel, M. (2014) “Understanding management, trade and society through fiction: Lessons from The Wire”, Academy of Management Review, 39: 576-585 (review).
2009 -
Alvesson, M. & D. Kärreman, (2003). ”Att konstruera ledarskap. En studie av ’Ledarskap’ i praktiken”. Nordiske Organisasjonsstudier 5:2, 2003, 62-60.

Guthey, E. (2001). “Ted Turner’s Corporate Crossdressing and the Shifting Image of American Business Leadership,” Enterprise and Society: The International Journal of Business History 2/1(March) 111-142.

Guthey, E. (2004). “New Economy Romanticism, Narratives of Corporate Personhood, and the Antimanagerial Impulse,” in Kenneth Lipartito and David B. Sicilia, eds., Constructing Corporate America: History, Politics, Culture. New York: Oxford University Press. 321- 342.

Hjorth, D. (2005) “Organizational Entrepreneurship: with de Certeau on Creating Heterotopias (or spaces for play)”, Journal of Management Inquiry, 14, No. 4, 386-398.

Hjorth, D. and Pelzer, P. (2007) “The Fate of Phaeton: Baroque Art for Management’s Sake?”, Organization, 14(6): pp. 869-886.

Svenningsson, S., & Larsson, M. (2006). “Fantasies of leadership: Identity Work”. Leadership, 2 (2), 203-224.
 

 

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