Paper development workshop
The guest editors will hold a paper development workshop in the early Fall of 2020. The guest editors will select a number of papers for the workshop. Participation in the workshop is not a guarantee of acceptance of the paper for the special issue and neither is the workshop a requirement for consideration of a paper for the special issue.
More details on location, deadline and requirements will follow shortly.
Papers may be submitted electronically from 31 October 2020 until the deadline of 30 November 2020 (final deadline) to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/organization.
Authors may send in their ideas and queries to the SI editors at firstname.lastname@example.org. Papers should be no more than 10,000 words, including references, and will be blind-reviewed following the journal's standard review process. Manuscripts should be prepared according to the guidelines published in Organization and on the journal's website:
Abrahamson, E. (1996). Management fashion. Academy of management review, 21(1), 254- 285.
Ackroyd, S. and Crowdy, P. (1990). Can culture be managed ? Working with 'raw' material : The case of the English slaughtermen. Personnel Review, 19(5), 3-13.
Annosi, M. C., Magnusson, M., Martini, A., & Appio, F. P. (2016). Social conduct, learning and innovation: an abductive study of the dark side of agile software development. Creativity and Innovation Management, 25(4), 515-535.
Ashforth, B. and Humphrey, R. (1995) 'Emotion in the Workplace: A Reappraisal', Human Relations, 48(2), 97- 125.
Barbalet, J. M. (1999). Boredom and social meaning. The British Journal of Sociology, 50(4), 631-646.
Bailey, C., Lips-Wiersma, M., Madden, A., Yeoman, R., Thompson, M., & Chalofsky, N. (2019). The Five Paradoxes of Meaningful Work: Introduction to the special Issue 'Meaningful Work: Prospects for the 21st Century'. Journal of Management Studies, 56(3), 481- 499.
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boredom. Ephemera, 11(4), 329-335.
Casilli, A., Posada Gutiérrez, J. (2019). The Platformization Of Labor and Society,
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Costas J and Kärreman D. (2016) Bored Selves in Knowledge Work. Human Relations, 69(1): 61-83.
Fleming, P., & Sturdy, A. (2011). 'Being yourself' in the electronic sweatshop: New forms of normative control. Human Relations, 64(2), 177-200.