题目：How to Prepare and Write a Good Review Article for Top-Tier Journals in Management and Applied Psychology?
主讲人：Herman Tse，Associate Professor，Monash Business School
In this research seminar, I will be sharing my own experiences and some effective strategies on how to prepare a good review article for top-tier journals in Management and Applied Psychology. I will be using a recent review article that I have published in the Leadership Quarterly as an illustrative example to go through the key elements of a good review article. The workshop will be informal, interactive and supportive for academic staff, research staff and doctoral students to attend.
The title of my review article is: Affect and Leader-Member Exchange in the New Millennium: A State-of-Art Review and Guiding Framework. The idea that affect plays a key role in leader-member exchange (LMX) processes is not new, but it has become a subject of considerable research attention since the turn of the Millennium. This interest has, however, resulted in a multiplicity of views that have tended to obfuscate rather than clarify the affect-LMX nexus. To deal with this lack of clarity, we conducted a systematic integration of affect-LMX literature published in leading journals since 2000, including the role of personal affectivity, discrete affect, emotional intelligence, emotional labor, and affective climate. We structured our review using a multilevel framework of affect that encompasses five levels of analysis: (1) within-person, (2) between persons, (3) interpersonal, (4) team, and (5) organizational levels; as well as consideration of cross-level effects. We address in particular three fundamental issues that we argue may have hampered the development of the affect-LMX nexus in the literature: theoretical diversity, problems of data analysis, and measurement issues. We conclude by discussing opportunities for future research across the different levels and develop a set of research questions that we hope will help to promote research into the role of affect in LMX.
Herman Tse is an Associate Professor in Leadership in the Department of Management, and is also the Director of the ECR Network at Monash Business School (AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA), Melbourne, Australia. He obtained his PhD from the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. Herman’s research interests include transformational leadership, leader-member exchange, emotions in teams and multilevel management issues. In recent years, his research has focused on studying the role of emotions in different types of interpersonal interactions among supervisors, subordinates and coworkers in work teams using new theoretical perspectives and methodological techniques.
Herman’s work has appeared in internationally respected journals such as the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Leadership Quarterly, the Journal of Organisational Behaviour and the Human Resource Management. He has been on the editorial board of four journals including the Journal of Organizational Behavior, the Management Organization Review, the Journal of Business Research and the Group and Organisation Management Journal.