Article on leadership’s effect on followers, co-authored by KPMG Professor David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge, wins Decennial Influential Article Award from the journal Leadership Quarterly.
An article on leadership’s effect on followers, co-authored by David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, won a Decennial Influential Article Award from the journal Leadership Quarterly.
The Decennial Influential Article Awards recognise articles published in Leadership Quarterly that have had the most impact in the leadership field during the 10 years since publication.
The journal is announcing a series of these awards, and the award for 2014 (for an article published in 2004) – was for “Leadership, self, and identity: a review and research agenda” – co-authored by Professor Daan van Knippenberg, Professor Barbara van Knippenberg, KPMG Professor David De Cremer and Professor Michael A. Hogg.
The article reviewed empirical research on the role of follower self-conception in leadership effectiveness, and specified an agenda for future research in the area.