The COVID-19 health crisis triggered changes in the workplace. This paper explores the insights from scholarly work published in the Journal of Management and Organization (JMO) and systematizes this body of knowledge to build a scientific overview that looks at how the COVID-19 health crisis and its repercussions may be managed by organizations. We conducted a bibliometric investigation of JMO's most influential papers published from 1995 to June 2020 that offers insights into the management of the COVID-19 crisis. Our bibliometric investigation reveals six clusters: (1) conservation of resources theory, entrepreneurs, gender and work–family conflict; (2) corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and stakeholder salience; (3) family firms, innovation and research methods; (4) creativity, leadership and organizational change; (5) job satisfaction and psychological empowerment; and (6) team performance. We discuss the theoretical and practical implications of our findings.

Management research contributions to the COVID-19: a bibliometric literature review and analysis of the contributions from the Journal of Management & Organization / Ayoko, O. B.; Caputo, A.; Mendy, J.. - In: JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATION. - ISSN 1833-3672. - 27:6(2021), pp. 1183-1209. [10.1017/jmo.2021.70]

Management research contributions to the COVID-19: a bibliometric literature review and analysis of the contributions from the Journal of Management & Organization

Caputo A.;
2021-01-01

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The COVID-19 health crisis triggered changes in the workplace. This paper explores the insights from scholarly work published in the Journal of Management and Organization (JMO) and systematizes this body of knowledge to build a scientific overview that looks at how the COVID-19 health crisis and its repercussions may be managed by organizations. We conducted a bibliometric investigation of JMO's most influential papers published from 1995 to June 2020 that offers insights into the management of the COVID-19 crisis. Our bibliometric investigation reveals six clusters: (1) conservation of resources theory, entrepreneurs, gender and work–family conflict; (2) corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and stakeholder salience; (3) family firms, innovation and research methods; (4) creativity, leadership and organizational change; (5) job satisfaction and psychological empowerment; and (6) team performance. We discuss the theoretical and practical implications of our findings.
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Ayoko, O. B.; Caputo, A.; Mendy, J.
Management research contributions to the COVID-19: a bibliometric literature review and analysis of the contributions from the Journal of Management & Organization / Ayoko, O. B.; Caputo, A.; Mendy, J.. - In: JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATION. - ISSN 1833-3672. - 27:6(2021), pp. 1183-1209. [10.1017/jmo.2021.70]
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