Leading Work Meaningfulness: Challenges & Opportunities
Experiencing work as meaningful? That is, positive and significant?is a fundamental desire of most workers.
- Anneloes Raes obtained a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior at Maastricht University and a M.Sc. in Psychology at the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands. <BR> <BR>Prof. Raes' research and teaching expertise include top management teams, successful interactions between top and middle managers, self-management, leadership, and teamwork. Prior to joining IESE, Anneloes worked as an assistant professor at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland, and she held visiting scholarships at UCLA's Anderson School of Management, as well as Harvard University. <BR> <BR>The academic work of Prof. Raes has been published in academic journals such as the <i>Academy of Management Review</i>, <i>Small Group Research</i>, and <i>Human Relations</i>, and was awarded with the "pioneering research award" from the Organizational Development and Change Division of the Academy of Management and Healthways. She is currently a member of the editorial board of <i>Small Group Research</i>. <BR> <BR>In 2011, she published the book "Top Management Teams: How to be effective inside and outside the boardroom" with Business Expert Press, in which she makes the academic knowledge on top management teams more accessible and appealing for business professionals.<BR>