The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (JABS) is pleased to announce the winners of the Douglas McGregor Award for Best Paper published in 2020.
For the first in its 54 year history, the award is shared:
Sympathy toward a company facing disaster: Examining the interaction effect between internal attribution and role similarity (Vol. 56, Issue 1: 73-106.)
Shu-Cheng Steve Chi,, Raymond A. Friedman, Shu-Chen Chen, Ming-Jie Tsai, and Mei-Ling Yuan.
Changing Pay Systems in Organizations: Using Behavioral Reasoning Theory to Understand Employee Support for Pay-for-Performance (or Not) (Vol. 56 Issue 3: 301-321.)
Michael Wagner and James D. Westaby.
Honorable mention for 2020 goes to:
The origins of Lewin's three-step model of change (Vol. 56 Issue 1: 32-59)
Thank you to the JABS advisory board for their work in this selection process – Chair: Ron Fry; Tom Cummings, Julie Wolfram Cox, Jean Bartunek, David Grant, Rami Shani, Dick Woodman.
The latest JABS issue (Vol 57, Issue 3) is also out:
Gossiping About an Arrogant Leader: Sparked by Inconsistent Leadership, Mitigated by Employee Resilience
Dirk De Clercq, Tasneem Fatima & Sadia Jahanzeb
Revisiting Relational Coordination: A Systematic Review
Bolton, R., Logan, C & Hoffer Gittel, J.
Organization Development Values From a Future-Oriented Perspective: An International Delphi Study
Yoon, HJ, Farley, S.B. & Padilla, C.
Supportive Organizational Context for Teams: A Study of Construct Validity
Francoeur-Marquis, C. & Aubé, C.
Transformational Leadership and Employees' Reactions to Organizational Change: Evidence From a Meta-Analysis
Lewin's Democratic Style of Situational Leadership: A Fresh Look at a Powerful OD Model