Aguinis, Herman

Opening the Black Box of Editorship

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Table of contents

Part I. General/Introductory Chapters

1. Knowledge Creation and the Journal Editor’s Role
Alison M. Konrad

2. The Role of Editing in Knowledge Development: Consensus Shifting and Consensus Creation
John R. Hollenbeck

3. How May I Help You? Editing as Service
Ann Marie Ryan

4. A Letter to Editors
Stephen R. Barley

Part I I. Effective Editorship

5. Setting up an Effective Manuscript-Review Process
K. Michele Kacmar

6. Communicating with Authors
Sara L. Rynes

7. Building and Maintaining a Strong Editorial Board and Cadre of Ad Hoc Reviewers
Daniel C. Feldman

8. Managing the Editorial Review Process:It’s the People That Matter
Angelo S. DeNisi

9. Being an Ethical Editorial Board Member and Editor: The Integral Role of Earned Trust
Debra L. Shapiro, Jean Bartunek

10. Using Technology to Improve the Editorial Process
Martin Kilduff

11. Moving a Journal up the Rankings
Gerard P. Hodgkinson

12. The Developmental Editor: Assessing and Directing Manuscript Contribution
Donald D. Bergh

13. The Case for an Activist Editorial Model
Jerry A. Jacobs

14. Balancing Authorial Voice and Editorial Omniscience: The “It’s My Paper and I’ll Say What I Want To” versus “Ghostwriters in the Sky” Minuet
Arthur G. Bedeian

Part III. Editing Different Types of Journals

15. Editing a Top Academic Journal
Sheldon Zedeck

16. Editing a Bridge Journal
Theresa M. Welbourne

17. Developing a Global Journal: Embracing Otherness
Haridimos Tsoukas

18. Sustaining Independent Journals
Timothy Clark, Mike Wright

19. Reflections on Creating a New Scholarly Journal: Perspectives from a Founding Editor
Larry J. Williams

20. Running an Electronic Journal: Considerations and Possibilities
Bernard Forgues, Jeanie M. Forray

Part IV. Editorship and Academic Career

21. Opening the Black Box of Editorship: Editors’ Voice
Yehuda Baruch

22. The Motivating Potential of an Associate Editor’s Role
Carol T. Kulik

23. How Editors are Selected
Wayne F. Cascio

24. What Authors Need to Know to Navigate the Review Process Successfully: Understanding and Managing the Editor’s Dilemma
Dov Eden

25. Epilogue: Trade-Offs among Editorial Goals in Complex Publishing Environments
William H. Starbuck, Herman Aguinis, Alison M. Konrad, Yehuda Baruch

Keywords: Business and Management, Management, Economics, general, Project Management

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