Research on Leadership: Laura Kray, Don Moore, Sameer Srivastava, and Robert Strand
A special 60th anniversary issue of California Management Review features seven articles by Berkeley Haas faculty exploring different aspects of leadership—from incentives for innovation to recognizing women’s unique qualities as negotiators.
The articles in the fall 2017 journal issue not only show the breadth of Haas faculty research, but also reflect the school’s increasing focus on leadership, writes editor and Prof. Emeritus David Vogel, in the introduction. Haas culture is codified in four defining leadership principles: Question the Status Quo; Confidence Without Attitude, Students Always and Beyond Yourself.
“Each of the Haas School’s four defining principles are essentially about dimensions of leadership,” Vogel said.
As the Haas School’s quarterly peer-reviewed journal, California Management Review serves as bridge of communication between those who study management and those who practice it.
The journal opens with research by Prof. Don Moore pointing out that decades of research.
To read the full fall 2017 journal issue, visit The California Management Review .