Journal of Management Studies : Special Issue on Sustainability, Ethics and Entrepreneurship – Submission deadline : January 15, 2015
Publication of a chapter by Professor Diane-Laure Arjalies : “Understanding Organizational Creativity: Insights from Pragmatism’ (July 2013)
Understanding Organizational Creativity: Insights from Pragmatism’, with B. Simpson and P. Lorino, American Pragmatism and Organization Studies, edited by M. Kelemen and N. Rumens, Gower Press, July 2013, p.131-145.
2 Publications by Professor Diane-Laure Arjalies, this summer : the first in the Journal of Business Ethics, & the other in Management Accounting Research (special issue).
‘The Use of Management Control Systems to Formulate and Implement CSR Strategy: A Levers of Control Perspective’, with J. Mundy, Management Accounting Research, special issue on “Challenges for management accounting arising from the sustainable development agenda”, available on line
For more information, please contact Prof Diane-Laure Arjalies, email@example.com , who is a member of the Editorial Board
Publication of “La Désorganisation du Monde” by Le Bord de L’eau Editions, book written by Professor Rodolphe Durand
All details available on http://www.editionsbdl.com/
Publication by Harvard Business Review Press of “The Pirate Organization” book written by Professor Rodolphe Durand and Professor Jean-Philippe Vergne
New publication by SNO member, Emeritus Professor Romain Laufer: “Les Nouvelles Fondations des sciences de gestion”
We are pleased to announce the publication of the book “Les Nouvelles Fondations des sciences de gestion”, co-authored by SNO member, Emeritus Professor Romain Laufer. Please click here for more details (in french) and a video-interview with the authors.
We are proud to announce the following publications of SnO members:
Co-authors: Bridoux F, Coeurderoy R., and Durand R.
Title: Heterogeneous motives and the creative collection of value
Journal: Academy of Management Review, 36(4), 2011
Co-authors: Philippe D. and Durand R.
Title: The differentiated impacts of conforming behaviors on firm reputation
Journal: Strategic Management Journal, 32: 969-993, 2011
Author: Nils Plambeck
Title: The Development of New Products: The Role of Firm Context and Managerial Cognition
Journal: Journal of Business Venturing
Co-authors: Ilze Kivleniece and Bertrand Quélin
Title: Creating and Capturing Value In Public-Private Ties: A Private Actor’s Perspective
Journal: Academy of Management Review (forthcoming in April 2012)
Co-authors: Diane Laure Arjaliès, Cécile Goubet and Jean Pierre Ponssard
Title: Approches stratégiques des émissions CO2 – Les cas de l’industrie cimentière et de l’industrie chimique
Journal: Revue Française de Gestion, 2011/6 N° 215, p. 123-146
By Philippe D and Durand R, Strategic Management Journal Deviance from social norms has been extensively examined in recent strategy research, leaving the strategic implications of conformity largely unexplored. In this article, we argue that firms can elect to conform to a norm along two dimensions: compliance with the goal and level of commitment to the procedures. We then produce a typology of four norm-conforming behaviors, which allows us to isolate differentiated effects of conformity on firm reputation. We examine the corporate environmental disclosures of 90 U.S. firms and find that firms derive different reputational rewards depending on whether they conform to the goal or procedure dimension of the environmental transparency norm. In addition, the relationship between conformity and reputation is moderated by the firm’s prior reputation and the stringency of the normative environment.