Faculty on the Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness (CLOE) team are internationally recognized as thought leaders who publish groundbreaking research in all areas of leadership.
In CLOE, they translate practical implications from their research to help organizations develop their leadership capabilities and enhance their overall effectiveness and impact.
The latest findings from our team of world-class scholars.
1-13-2024 — The Boston Globe quoted James Lemoine, associate professor of organization and human resources, in a story about the firing of Bill Belichick, the longtime coach of the New England Patriots, and how it can be difficult for leaders to make a graceful exit.
3-15-2022 — Fox News interviewed Robert Neubert, clinical assistant professor of entrepreneurship, about how rising fuel prices are impacting delivery businesses.
11-20-2018 — Inc. reported on research by James Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources, showing that when leaders prioritize morality, their organizations perform better and their employees are more satisfied and engaged.
10-24-2018 — Salon reported on research by PhD student Katie Badura and Emily Grijalva, assistant professor of organization and human resources, that found men were still more likely than women to be chosen as leaders.
9-26-2018 — In a Harvard Business Review article, James Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources, shared research he co-authored, showing how one manager's empowering leadership style can have spillover effects throughout an organization.