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Prof. John Antonakis receives the Scholarly Impact Award 2020 from the Journal of Management Published at 09.10.20
Prof. John Antonakis receives the Scholarly Impact Award 2020 from the Journal of...
Prof. John Antonakis, from the Department of Organizational Behaviour at HEC Lausanne (UNIL), has received this summer the Scholarly Impact Award 2020 from the Journal of Management for his article on the power of leaders.
The next US President: Donald Trump or Joe Biden ?
Published at 29.09.20
The next US President: Donald Trump or Joe Biden ?
According to the election prediction model developed by John Antonakis, Professor at HEC Lausanne (University of Lausanne) and Philippe Jacquart, Professor at EMLyon, the deciding factors in the critical swing states will be the state of the economy and the charisma of the candidates. For the November 3rd US Presidential election, positive economic indicators should boost the chances of a Trump win.
The prize for the best symposium from the Academy of Management is awarded to Prof. Franciska Krings and
PhD student Oriana de Saint Priest Published at 18.09.20
The prize for the best symposium from the Academy of Management is awarded to Prof....
The “Best Symposium Award” presented at the annual conference of the Academy of Management (AOM) was this year given to four academic contributions, including one by Prof. Franciska Krings and PhD student Oriana de Saint Priest, from HEC Lausanne (UNIL).
Can social influence drive collective behavior change in public policies and organizational culture? Published at 01.04.20
Can social influence drive collective behavior change in public policies and organizational...
Insights from research at HEC Lausanne-UNIL – Given most individuals’ desire to conform to other people’s behavior, social influence is frequently used as a driver of behavior change in public policies and to adapt organizational culture. However, the research carried out by Prof. Charles Efferson, HEC Lausanne (UNIL) and his co-authors shows that this mechanism may have its limitations.
La Prof. Franciska Krings dans le dernier numéro de L'uniscope! Published at 29.01.20
La Prof. Franciska Krings dans le dernier numéro de L'uniscope!
«Embauche: tous des caméléons?»
Prof. John Antonakis included in the ranking of highly cited researchers Published at 21.11.19
Prof. John Antonakis included in the ranking of highly cited researchers
A full professor in the Department of Organizational Behaviour at HEC Lausanne, UNIL, Prof. John Antonakis has been named on the prestigious list of Highly Cited Researchers 2019 produced by the Web of Science Group, confirming his influence and significant impact in his field of study.
Job interviews: chameleons in personality tests? Published at 06.11.19
Job interviews: chameleons in personality tests?
Insights from research at HEC Lausanne – How will applicants behave when the professional stakes are high and fitting in with a corporate culture increases the likelihood of getting the job? How far will they be prepared to go to increase their chances? Professor Franciska Krings from HEC Lausanne (UNIL) and her co-author lift the veil on the chameleons of job interviews.

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