CEEMAN Champion Research Award Interview December 19, 2013Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in awards, creativity, innovation, knowledge management.
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In CEEMAN News 70, an interview with myself and doc.dr. Matej Cerne is published. It is within the context of the CEEMAN Champion Research Award we got for our research in the field of managing knowledge, creativity, and innovation. Welcome to read and comment …
CEEMAN Research Award September 2, 2013Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in awards, creativity, innovation, knowledge management.
Tags: CEEMAN, Matej Černe, Miha Škerlavaj, research award
Cited from FELU webpages:
The researchers from The Faculty of Economics University of Ljubljana and COBIK, Associate Professor Miha Škerlavaj, PhD and Assistant Professor Matej Černe, PhD have been selected as winners of the 2013 CEEMAN Champions’ Award in the Research category. Launched in 2010, the annual CEEMAN Champion Awards recognize and promote outstanding achievements of faculty, management, and staff from CEEMAN member institutions in the categories of teaching, research, institutional management, and responsible management education. The researchers have been awarded for their work focused on the study of knowledge and innovation management at the level of an individual, team, company, and economy. Such a holistic treatment of factors aimed at examining the context of knowledge, creativity and innovation management was designed to ultimately help organizations understand the conditions to achieve superior business performance and consequently the prosperity of society. Together, they have already published 24 SSCI-ranked papers in esteemed SCI/SSCI indexed journals, including one accepted for publication in The Academy of Management Journal, one of the highest ranked academic outlets in the field of management with a 2012 impact factor of 5.91. They will receive the award personally at the 21th CEEMAN Annual Conference Gala Dinner on September 27, 2013.
Kinda cool, I reckon. 🙂
Lea and Matej in the spotlights April 25, 2013Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in awards.
Tags: Academy of management journal, creativity, knowledge hiding, Lea Pfajfar, Matej Černe, non-technological innovation, organizational networks, work engagement
As a mentor I can say, that this is truly a rewarding role. Especially at times like these, where excellent news on my protegees just keep on coming. In was few days ago, when mag. Lea Pfajfar got an award as the Slovenian HR hope 2013 for her master thesis on work engagement and the role of organizational networks and job design. That was in addition to the runner-up award at the Student Business Conference.
Yesterday, dr. Matej Černe was officially promoted to the PhD title at the University of Ljubljana ceremony. It is worth to mention, that Matej is the first Slovenian ever to publish as the first author in Academy of Management Journal and one of four that ever managed to do so.
In good company: this time among SSRN top 3 November 22, 2011Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in awards, journal.
Tags: ESWA, innovative culture, Lee, organizational learning culture, Song, South Korea, Škerlavaj
Good news, an article Skerlavaj, Miha, Song, Ji Hoon and Lee, Youngmin (2010), Organizational Learning Culture, Innovative Culture and Innovations in South Korean Firms (March 24, 2010). Expert Systems with Applications, seems to spark a significant amount of interest among colleagues worldwide and was ranked 3rd at the Top 10 downloaded list within the Innovation and Organisational Behavior category.
Top Ten @ SSRN again March 19, 2011Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in awards, innovation, journal, leadership, organizational learning.
Tags: organizational learning, transactional ledership, transformational leadership
Our paper Transactional and Transformational Leadership Impacts on Organizational Learning, JEEMS (2009), was recently listed on Social Science Research Network’s (SSRN) Top Ten download list for ORG: Organizational Learning. It is available here.
Top 10 cited 2007-2010! August 16, 2010Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in awards, journal, organizational culture, organizational learning.
Tags: International Journal of Production Economics, Miha Škerlavaj, Mojca Indihar Štemberger, organizational learning culture, organizational performance, process change, Rok Škrinjar, structural equation modeling, Vlado Dimovski
I am both proud and happy to announce that the paper Škerlavaj, M., Štemberger, M.I., Škrinjar, R., & Dimovski, V. (2007): Organizational learning culture—the missing link between business process change and organizational performance, International Journal of Production Economics, 106(2):346-367 was awarded as Top 10 most cited papers in the journal between year 2007 and 2010! Another great confirmation and inducement for future work.
9th Trimo Research Awards June 4, 2010Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in awards, creativity, innovation, leadership, organizational culture.
Tags: Jure Pompe, Lara Madotto, Tomaž Bartolj, Trimo research awards, Ula Mejaš
It is a wonderful thing to be successfu by oneself. And it is even better to help others to achieve their own personal success. Last year I’ve had a privilige of being mentor to two bachelor and two master theses that were yesterday awarded prestigious Trimo research awards: (1) Tomaž Bartolj for his work on maturity to compete on business analytics, (2) Ula Mejaš on transformational leadership, (3) Lara Madotto on emotional intelligence and employee satisfaction, and (4) Jure Pompe on innovative organizational culture. Congratulations to them all!
FELU Award for The Best Scientific Journal Article December 4, 2009Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in awards, journal, organizational learning.
It is my great honour to say that our article Dimovski, V, Škerlavaj, M., Kimman, M., Hernaus, T. (2008). Comparative analysis of the organisational learning process in Slovenia, Croatia, and Malaysia. Expert syst. appl., 34(4): 3063-3070 got award for The best scientific journal article published by Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana faculty in the year 2008. The privilege is even greater if I mention that it faced tough competition of 42 SSCI and SCI ranked FELU articles and that in was the winner of the first such tournament to take place at FELU.
Best Young Professor Award – few clippings December 4, 2008Posted by Miha Skerlavaj in awards.
Tags: awards, University of Ljubljana
And this is how it was at the ceremony at University of Ljubljana . I list few links: