Academic journal article Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management

From the Editor

Academic journal article Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management

From the Editor

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This Issue

Welcome to the Spring issue of the Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management. Numerous individuals contributed to this issue-authors, potential authors, and reviewers-all are to be thanked for their efforts. I also want to especially thank our Associate Editor, Len White, for his technical expertise and efforts in putting together this and every issue. Without his efforts JBAM simply would not exist.

This issue provides a wide range of topics for your use. The first piece, "Time Will Tell," is a short verse by your Editor. In it I try to suggest that the key to more fully understanding complex organizational phenomena such as leadership is research, such as that published in JBAM.

While thinking about leadership, you can then turn to the relationship between leaders and followers. Karen Moustafa-Leonard, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, examines "Trust and the Manager-Subordinate Dyad: Virtual Work as a Unique Context." Karen specifically examines how trust is developed in a teleworking environment with implications that might pertain to other such virtual arrangements.

Our third piece moves from dyads to teams. In "Role balance and team development: A study of team role characteristics underlying high and low performing teams," Eric Chong of Victoria University of Wellington in Wellington, New Zealand, studied how roles in teams are related to team performance. …

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