Selected for Insight Grant

The GLOBE team is proud to announce that we have been selected for the prestigious Insight Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada in order to pursue the next phase of GLOBE. Contact us below for more information or to get involved in GLOBE Phase 4.

2017 AOM Caucus Summary

Organizers Peter Dorfman and Ali Dastmalchian, as well as the entire GLOBE team wish to thank all participants in this year’s AOM Caucus titled “The GLOBE Conundrum: Deconstructing the Role of Culture on Leadership Effectiveness” which took place in Atlanta, Georgia on August 8, 2017 at the annual Academy of Management Meeting. The conundrum can be stated as the following: “GLOBE throughout 20+ years of research has identified many facts about cultures and leadership expectations that emphasize cultural variation, but almost no variation among cultures in the relationship between actual leadership behavior and leadership effectiveness. Why?” Simply put, leadership behavior that is effective, or not effective, in one culture seems to be mirrored in widely diverse cultures. This indeed is perplexing. The well-attended Caucus generated many interesting ideas for GLOBE’s next steps, reflecting a growing interest and momentum as the project moves ahead. We are deeply grateful to participants for these insightful and outside-the-box comments and we look forward to incorporating them in GLOBE’s next phases.

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2017 Robert J. House Best Paper Award

GLOBE is pleased to announce the 2017 Robert J. House Best Paper Award, sponsored by University of Victoria’s Peter B. Gustavson School of Business. The award will honor outstanding work on leadership, societal or organizational culture using the GLOBE database, GLOBE research tools, GLOBE leadership and/or GLOBE culture theory. The recipient of the award will receive a US$ 2,500 cash prize.

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2016 GLOBE Best Research Paper Contest Winner!

The GLOBE Robert J. House Best Research Paper Award honors an outstanding recent dissertation based article or published paper on leadership, societal or organizational culture using the GLOBE database, GLOBE research tools, GLOBE leadership or GLOBE culture theory. The winner of the 2016 award is Ute Stephan and Saurav Pathak for their paper "Beyond cultural values: Cultural leadership ideals and entrepreneurship. Journal of Business Venturing, 31(5), 505-523."

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