A paper by Professor Neil Anderson of BBS and his colleagues has been named as the most read online paper by the Journal of Management for 2014.
The research paper, a major review of advances in creativity and innovation at work, was co-authored by Neil with Dr Kristina Potocnik (formerly of Brunel Business School) and Professor Jing Zhou (Rice University, Texas). The review has been the most read online paper of any published at JoM in recent years.
Delighted by this news, Professor Anderson commented,
“This is a genuine honour, especially as JoM has just been raised in the latest ABS (Association of Business Schools) list to a 4-star, starred publication – one of only four in general management internationally to have “world elite” status conferred. My co-authors and I are delighted that our review has been so widely-read and is having such impact since its initial publication last year. The paper is a key output from our Leverhulme Trust funded centre into the psychological effects of workplace creativity and innovation, we are really encouraged by the impact our paper seems to be achieving.”
The paper and further information are available online at http://jom.sagepub.com/content/40/5/1297.short?rss=1&ssource=mfr