Organization Science chooses Jean-François Harvey as lead editor for a special issue
December 20, 2023
Jean-François Harvey has been appointed Lead Editor for a special issue of the prestigious scientific journal Organization Science.
Associate Professor in the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Jean-François Harvey said he was honored by this recognition:
“I am honoured to serve as Lead Editor for the special issue of Organization Science. This represents a unique opportunity to draw together cutting-edge research focused on building a psychologically safe climate in an increasingly digital and socially complex world. By fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, we hope to shed light on innovative solutions to current organizational challenges.”
Although Jean-François Harvey has been an ad hoc reviewer for Organization Science on several occasions, and did recently join its Editorial Board, this is the first time that he has been entrusted with an editorial role in this distinguished journal.
Professor Harvey is also an Editorial Board Member of three other scientific journals: Human Relations, Human Resource Management Review, and Strategic Organization.
An interdisciplinary and innovative journal
Organization Science is widely considered to be one of the most important journals in the field of management sciences.
The journal is also well known for its interdisciplinary approach. It welcomes contributions from various fields such as sociology, psychology, political science, economics, anthropology, and management sciences. Such diversity makes it possible to approach organizational issues from multiple perspectives.
Finally, Organization Science is renowned for publishing innovative research that redefines or challenges established ideas in the field of management sciences.
About Jean-François Harvey
Jean-François Harvey joined the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at HEC Montréal after completing 2 years of postdoctoral studies in management at the Harvard Business School. Today he holds a research professorship in organizational learning, where he seeks to better understand how individuals, teams and organizations learn and adapt, especially in uncertain and ambiguous contexts. He uses both qualitative and quantitative methodologies to develop knowledge on the subject.
His most recent works have appeared in Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Annals and Journal of Organizational Behavior.
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