Integrating emotion and affect in theories of management

Ashkanasy, Neal M., Humphrey, Ronald H. and Huy, Quy M. (2017) Integrating emotion and affect in theories of management. Academy of Management Review, 42 2: 175-189 . doi:10.5465/amr.2016.0474

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Author Ashkanasy, Neal M.
Humphrey, Ronald H.
Huy, Quy M.
Title Integrating emotion and affect in theories of management
Journal name Academy of Management Review   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0363-7425
Publication date 2017-01-01
Year available 2018
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.5465/amr.2016.0474
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
Volume 42
Issue 2
Start page 175
End page 189
Total pages 15
Place of publication Briarcliff Manor, NY United States
Publisher Academy of Management
Language eng
Abstract Scholars have studied emotions and affect in organizational settings for over twenty years, providing numerous insights into understanding how organizations and the people who work in them behave. With such a rich accumulation of knowledge, the time seemed right to call for today’s scholars of management to propose new and exciting theory. The eight articles in this Special Topic Forum address topics that cross multiple levels of analysis and include a range of different theories, explicating: how anger and fear can spark productivity, how employees respond to abusive supervision over time, how leader-member exchanges are shaped by affective events, the social functions of emotional complexity for leaders, team entrepreneurial passion, the effects of institutional beliefs on emotional displays, the nexus of affective climate and organizational effectiveness, and the role of gratitude in organizations. In this introduction, we briefly summarize the main points from each article, and discuss new research directions arising from the articles. To spur even deeper research into this important and still unfolding field of discovery, and stimulated by the articles in this STF, we conclude with additional thoughts and ideas on the role of emotions and affect in organizations.
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