The Management research group includes research on Organizational Behavior and Human Resources and Strategy. Moreover, Management’s group research focuses on various sustainability-related topics, such as sustainable business and management, sustainable HRM, sustainable leadership, employee well-being etc.
Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management research incorporates a range of research areas with the focus on aging human resources, imprinting, leadership, innovative performance management, CSR and employee motivation, work engagement, organizational learning capabilities, education. The group members’ research has appeared in scholarly journals such as Academy of Management Journal, Human Resource Management Journal, Personnel Psychology, Research Policy, Journal of Vocational Behavior, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, Organization & Environment ir International Journal of Manpower.
Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management researchers are active members in international projects (e.g., EWORLD, COST Action, GLOBE). Since 2007 the group is actively engaged in comparative HRM research and is an active member of Cranfield Network on International Human Resource Management (CRANET). Our researchers also participate in Global Work Design project (since 2015). Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management group researchers have experience in attracting and successfully implementing grants and actively pursue research collaborations with Alberta School of Business, BI Norwegian Business School, Georgia Southwestern State University, Illinois Institute of Technology, Imperial College London, Institute for Technology Assessment and System Analysis (ITAS) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Monfort College of Business, Technical University of Denmark, Vienna University of Economics and Management, University of Florida, University of Laussane, and others.
Strategy research focuses on the areas of Strategy and business innovations, International management and Micro foundations of business strategy. The research group seeks to provide answers to the fundamental question of strategic management – what are the factors influencing a long-term success of organizations. The research interests cover such key areas as micro foundations of business strategy, strategy and business model innovations, mission driven organizational culture, internationalization, international business expansion, business development and corporate strategy. The group members’ research has appeared in scholarly journals such as Journal of Business Venturing Insights, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Technological Forecasting and Social Change ir Journal of Modelling in Management.