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.
1-21-2022 — Bloomberg quoted James Lemoine, associate professor of organization and human resources, in a story about when leaders should down following announcements from New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings.
11-6-2022 — In an opinion piece on the 2022 midterms, CNN cited research by James Lemoine, associate professor of organization and human resources, on operating amid volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA).
9-13-2022 — Bestselling author Adam Grant referenced research on narcissism by Emily Grijalva and Timothy Maynes, associate professors of organization and human resources, on his popular podcast, ReThinking.
9-29-2022 — The Economist highlighted research by Danielle Tussing, assistant professor of organization and human resources, who found that when some people feel envious of their colleagues, they skip work or quit to avoid those feelings.
8-31-2022 — Fast Company reported on research co-authored by James Lemoine, associate professor of organization and human resources, on the power of “creativity catalysts,” or individuals who help others do enhanced creative work.