Academic journal article Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management

Janzam Leading Scholar Paper

Academic journal article Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management

Janzam Leading Scholar Paper

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When the idea of a JANZAM Leading Scholar Series first came up, it was no more than a moment before Kerr Inkson's name followed as the ideal invitee, so we are delighted that Kerr has accepted our invitation to contribute this second paper in the series. The aim of the series is to celebrate the contribution of the Australians and New Zealanders whose research has advanced our discipline, and whose success inspires our own efforts. The papers are double-blind peer reviewed in the usual way.

Kerr is well known to the ANZAM community as a regular and enthusiastic participant at our conferences, and is one of just 14 Distinguished Members of the Academy. He is Professor of Management at Massey University's Albany Campus, which he joined in 2000 from the University of Auckland, and prior to that the University of Otago. He is a Fellow of the New Zealand Psychological Society, and the New Zealand Institute of Management. His standing as the leading management scholar in New Zealand was most recently affirmed in his appointment to chair the Business and Economics Panel of the Tertiary Education Commission's Performance-Based Research Fund. He is a prolific researcher and writer, having published over 50 peer reviewed journal articles and eight books, including core New Zealand textbooks in Organisational Behaviour and Principles of Management, and the very successful and influential Theory K study of excellence in New Zealand enterprise.

Kerr's powerful scholarship has been applied to several questions in the general field of organisation behaviour, but he has lately devoted himself to the study of careers and has made this the subject of his Leading Scholar Paper. …

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