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Two Routes to Influence: Integrating Leader-Member Exchange and Social Network Perspectives
Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 50(4)
Raymond T. Sparrowe, Robert C. Liden
rnWe develop and test a model of the relational antecedents of members' influence in organizations that is based on an integration of leader-member ex...
Power Dynamics Within Top Management and their Impacts on CEO Dismissal Followed by Inside Succession
Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 45(6)
Wei Shen, Albert A. Cannella Jr.
Following a power perspective, this study is a longitudinal examination of the antecedents of CEO dismissal followed by inside succession. Our theory ...
Diversified Mentoring Relationships in Organizations: A Power Perspective
Academy of Management Review, Vol. 22(2)
Belle Rose Ragins
A power perspective is used to examine the linkage between diversity and mentorship in work organizations. Sociological perspectives on power and mino...
Authority at Work: Internal Models and their Organizational Consequences
Academy of Management Review, Vol. 19(1)
William A. Kahn, Kathy E. Kram
This article focuses on how organization members authorize and deauthorize both others and themselves in the course of doing their work. We argue that...
Power and Managerial Dismissal: Scapegoating at the Top
Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 37(3)
A study of 67 organizations over a 22-year period is used to examine the likelihood of chief executive and top management dismissal as a result of org...
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