Imagination, Self‐Knowledge, and Poise: Jim March’s Lessons for Leadership

Abstract James G. March was a founding father of modern organization theory, and arguably its most eclectic scholar. His elegant writings, which were underpinned by a behavioral view of organizations, spanned ambiguity and choice, rationality and decisionā€making, organizational change, organizational learning, and institutional theory, among others. In this editorial, we remember Jim March by reflecting…

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