Max Reinwald

Max Reinwald
Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich | LMU · Faculty of Business Administration - Munich School of Management

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Theoretische und empirische Untersuchungen des Zusammenhangs zwischen Gender Diversity in Führungsteams und Unternehmensperformanz weisen inkonsistente Befunde auf. Vor diesem Hintergrund präsentiert der vorliegende Beitrag die Ergebnisse einer Metaanalyse zu der Frage, wie und in Abhängigkeit von welchen Randbedingungen eine gemischt-geschlechtlic...
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We develop and test an organizational‐level model of the consequences of diversity climate for company performance. Drawing from affective events theory and the organizational climate literature, we highlight the role of idiosyncrasies in employees' diversity climate perceptions. Specifically, we consider diversity climate strength (i.e., agreement...
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Diversity research often relies on experiments to make causal claims about the effects of various attributes, such as gender or race/ethnicity, on organizationally relevant outcomes. With this method, scholars intervene, then analyze the effect of the intervention on one or more outcomes. However, there remains a lack of clear, practical guidance o...
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This study offers a new theoretical and empirical perspective on the dynamic effect of demographic dissimilarity on absenteeism behavior by team members over time. Integrating social identity theory with the theory of anchoring events (i.e., key social interactions), we propose that individual absenteeism behavior depends on the relational dissimil...
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There is mixed support for the glass cliff hypothesis that firms will more likely appoint female candidates into top management positions when in crisis. We trace the inconsistent findings back to an underdeveloped theoretical link and deficient identification strategies. Using signaling theory, we suggest that crisis firms appoint female top manag...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed many aspects of our society and work life. This study assesses how daily variations in employees' work engagement are affected by daily variations in infection rates in employees' communities. Applying the conceptual framework of event system theory, we argue that surging COVID-19 cases have an impact o...
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Team processes are the main drives of team effectiveness. Building on the theory of small groups as complex adaptive systems, and the episodic theory of team processes, this study used a latent growth modelling approach to study how change in team processes predicts team effectiveness (i.e., performance, satisfaction, viability) at the end of a bus...
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Diversity research often relies on experiments to make causal claims about the effects of various attributes (e.g., gender or race/ethnicity) on organizationally-relevant outcomes. With this method, scholars intervene, then analyze the effect of the intervention on one or more outcomes. Until now, however, there remains a lack of clear, practical g...
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Aufgrund gesamtgesellschaftlicher Veränderungen ist für viele Unternehmen eine altersdiverse Belegschaft längst Realität. Vor diesem Hintergrund und der Aussicht, dass die Altersdiversität der Belegschaft in den meisten Unternehmen in Zukunft noch weiter steigen wird, befasst sich dieser Beitrag mit den Folgen von Age Diversity im organisationalen...
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Dieser Beitrag der Zeitschrift „Gruppe. Organisation. Interaktion. (GIO)“ analysiert aus theoretischer und empirischer Sicht die Ergebnisse der internationalen Forschung zur Rolle von Führung in heterogen zusammengesetzten Teams. Praktiker/-innen erhoffen sich von einer solchen „Diversity“ zumeist positive Auswirkungen auf die Teamleistung, während...

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