Methodological Challenges and Advances in Managerial and Organizational Cognition

Robert J. Galavan
Maynooth University, Ireland

Kristian J. Sund
Roskilde University, Denmark

Gerard P. Hodgkinson
University of Manchester, UK


List price $100.00 Add to basket
Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787436770
Published:
05 Dec 2017
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
320 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
New Horizons in Managerial and Organizational Cognition
Managerial and organizational cognition has sustained and gained the interest of researchers for over a quarter of a century. The early interest generated by Anne Huff’s 1990 book, Mapping Strategic Thought, helped inspire a wave of research that explored managers’ conscious and deliberative cognition. The world has changed since then, and so have the methods available to researchers.
This book takes up the challenge of bringing new horizons in methods to its readers by providing the most comprehensive 21st century MOC methods text to have been produced. We bring rich insights into approaches unheard of when MOC emerged – such as the potential for fMRI as a research method and how fMRI can be used in conjunction with more established techniques such as ‘think aloud’. The past 25 years have also seen a shift from an almost exclusive emphasis on cold cognition to recognition of the important role that affect ¬– or hot cognition – plays in managerial decision-making.
The MOC field has developed considerably over recent years, and this volume takes stock of its methodological accomplishments and sets the agenda for the next phase of its development.
EXPLORING METHODS IN MANAGERIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL COGNITION: ADVANCES, CONTROVERSIES, AND CONTRIBUTIONS - Gerard P. Hodgkinson, Robert J. Galavan, and Kristian J. Sund

MODELING AFFECT AND COGNITION: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR MANAGERIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL COGNITION - Mark P. Healey, Mercedes Bleda, and Adrien Querbes

AN OPEN-ENDED INTERVIEW APPROACH FOR STUDYING COGNITION AND EMOTION IN ORGANIZATIONS - Timo O. Vuori

METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN LEADERSHIP TRAINING PROGRAMMES: IN PURSUIT OF CAUSALITY - Robin Martin, Olga Epitropaki, and Laurie O’Broin

POLICY-CAPTURING: AN INGENIOUS TECHNIQUE FOR EXPLORING THE COGNITIVE BASES OF WORK-RELATED DECISIONS - Karen Nokes and Gerard P. Hodgkinson

TO GRASP COGNITION IN ACTION, COMBINE BEHAVIORAL EXPERIMENTS WITH PROTOCOL ANALYSIS - Charlotte Reypens and Sheen S. Levine

CAUSAL MAPPING IN PRACTICE WITH CMAP3 - Mauri Laukkanen

QUANTITATIVE MEASURES OF COGNITIVE MAP STRUCTURE: PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS DERIVED BY MONTE CARLO SIMULATION - Gail P. Clarkson and Mike A. Kelly

RE-EXAMINING WHAT WE “ANTICIPATE” IN A CONSTRUCTED WORLD - Robert P. Wright

NEUROSCIENCE METHODS: A FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGERIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL COGNITION - Sebastiano Massaro

HOW DO MANAGERS REALLY THINK? USING THINK ALOUD AND FMRI TO TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT MANAGERIAL COGNITION - Daniella Laureiro-Martinez

ROLLING THE DICE: WHAT METHODOLOGICAL CHOICES MAXIMIZE CHANCES FOR PUBLICATION IN PREMIER STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNALS? - Xinran Wang and Rhonda K. Reger

You might also be interested in..

« Back