Latest paper accepted for Volume 9: 2016
"Six Media-Savvy Ways of Answering the Tell Me About Yourself Question" by Tom Clark
"Airbnb: Crisis Communication in the Sharing Economy" by Matthew Beck, William Foster, Claire Kenney and James O’Rourke
"Campbell Soup Company: First in Industry to Support Mandatory GMO Labeling" by James O’Rourke
"Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA): Sponsorship during Scandal (A &B)" by James O’Rourke
"Confluent Learning in Developing Change Management Capabilities" by Mark Loon
Call for Papers
Volume 10: 2017
The Editors invite submissions including case studies, lecture articles, ready-to-use exercises and teaching strategies. Submissions will be accepted for review for inclusion in this Volume until October 31, 2017. Click on SUBMIT in the left hand menu for submission details.
JOBE index & abstract listings
The journal is currently listed in Cabell's Directory, and J-Gate in India. Article titles/abstracts are also listed in EBSCO and ProQuest databases. It is included in the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List 2013 at entry level 'C'. JOBE is now listed in the ABS Academic Journal Guide 2015 at entry level 1.
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Welcome to the home page of the Journal of Organizational Behavior Education - JOBE
Lynn Isabella (University of Virginia, Darden, USA)
Business Communication Education Section: Michael Netzley (Singapore Management University, Singapore) and Gina Poncini (University of Milan, Italy)
ISSN: 1649-7627 (print)
ISSN: 2047-9999 (online)
The aim of the JOBE is to enhance organizational behavior education worldwide through the publication of high quality refereed organizational behavior teaching materials. The goal is to attract contributions from individuals within the profession who excel in the creation and teaching of organizational behavior and business communication lectures and who have developed exceptional teaching material and new approaches in the field.