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The Management Group –
One institute, six chairs, one center

 

What we represent:

The Management Group stands for

  1. Rigorous research that helps to derive evidence-based recommendations for management (i.e., research with and for practice)
  2. A commitment to developing early career scholars (i.e., assistant professors, PhD students)
  3. Excellence in teaching that prepares students to actively shape the future of work
  4. An openness and encouragement of diverse perspectives on management challenges
  5. The drive to attract third-party funding and partnerships

Our faculty members:

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Klaus Brockhoff (Emeritus)
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Klaus Brockhoff (Emeritus)
Honorary Professor Edgar Ernst
Honorary Professor Edgar Ernst
Honorary Professor Bolko von Oetinger
Honorary Professor Bolko von Oetinger

Research articles - published in the most prestigious journals.

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Beyond developing leaders

Vongswasdi, P., Leroy, H. L., Claeys, J., Anisman-Razin, M., Van Dierendonck, D. (accepted pre-print), Beyond developing leaders: toward a multi-narrative understanding of the value of leadership development programs, Academy of Management Learning & Education.

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Jost, P.-J. (accepted pre-print), Market expansion and the scope of mass customization, Marketing Letters.

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Detzen, D., Löhlein, L. (accepted pre-print), Valuing soccer players: on the valuation dynamics of an online user community, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal.

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Müthel, M., Frei, C., Hollensbe, E. (accepted pre-print), Erring professionals as second victims: grappling with guilt and identity in the aftermath of error, Academy of Management Journal.

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There and back again

Rivkin, W., Gerpott, F., Unger, D. (accepted), There and back again: the role of morning- and evening commute recovery experiences for daily resources across the commute-, work-, and home domain, Human Relations.

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Make better allies of your workforce

Karaevli, A., Ozcan, S. (2024), Make better allies of your workforce, MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 65 (2), pp. 54-59.

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Fourné, S., Guessow, D., Margolin, M., Schäffer, U. (2023), Controllers and strategic decision-making: the role of cognitive flexibility in controller-manager collaboration, Management Accounting Research, Vol. 60 (#100840).

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Wood, D. A., Achhpilia, M. P., Adams, M. T., Aghazadeh, S., Margolin, M., Schaupp, D., Van Pelt, V., Et Al. (2023), The ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot: how well does it answer accounting assessment questions?, Issues in Accounting Education, Vol. 38 (4), pp. 81-108.

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Klonek, F., Gerpott, F., Parker, S. K. (2023), A conceptual replication of ambidextrous leadership theory: an experimental approach, The Leadership Quarterly, Vol. 34 (4), 101473.

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Brosi, P., Gerpott, F. (2023), Stayed at home - can’t stop working despite being ill?! Guilt as a driver of presenteeism at work and at home, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 44 (6), pp. 853-870.

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