School’s Management Faculty Take Three Spots on New List of 25 Most Cited Articles
February 28, 2014
A new report shows that three of the “most cited” articles published since 2009 in The Leadership Quarterly were authored by UM School of Business management faculty, with one taking the No. 3 spot.
That one, “Does Leadership Need Emotional Intelligence?” was authored by Marie Dasborough, assistant professor of management. A second paper by Dasborough, “What Goes Around Comes Around: How Meso-level Negative Emotional Contagion Can Ultimately Determine Organizational Attitudes Toward Leaders,” also appears on the list.
The third paper from School of Business faculty on the list was authored by Chet Schriesheim, University Distinguished Professor of management, and Terri Scandura, professor of management. Their paper is entitled “Balance in Leader and Follower Perceptions of Leader-member Exchange: Relationships with Performance and Work Attitudes.
The Leadership Quarterly brings together a focus on leadership for scholars, consultants, practicing managers, executives and administrators, as well as university faculty members who teach leadership. It also focuses on yearly reviews of a broad range of leadership topics on a rotating basis and emphasizes cutting edge areas through special issues.