Capitalizing on Categories of Social Construction: A Review and Integration of Organizational Research on Symbolic Management Strategies. A GATE to Understanding "Older" Workers: Generation, Age, Tenure, Experience. Which of These Things Are Not Like the Others? Comparing the Rational, Emotional, and Moral Aspects of Reputation, Status, Celebrity, and Stigma. Resetting the Clock on Dynamic Leader Behaviors: A Conceptual Integration and Agenda for Future Research. Keep Your Head in the Clouds and Your Feet on the Ground: A Multifocal Review of Leadership–Followership Self-Regulatory Focus. The Corrective Actions Organizations Pursue Following Misconduct: A Review and Research Agenda. Topic Modeling in Management Research: Rendering New Theory from Textual Data. Being Your True Self at Work: Integrating the Fragmented Research on Authenticity in Organizations. Toward a Better Understanding of Tacit Knowledge in Organizations: Taking Stock and Moving Forward. Boundary Work among Groups, Occupations, and Organizations: From Cartography to Process. Socioeconomic Mobility and Talent Utilization of Workers from Poorer Backgrounds: The Overlooked Importance of Within-Organization Dynamics. Conflict Management through the Lens of System Dynamics. Authenticity. The Allocation of Capital within Firms. Integrating Psychological Contracts and Ecosystems in Career Studies and Management. Instigating, Engaging in, and Managing Group Conflict: A Review of the Literature Addressing the Critical Role of the Leader in Group Conflict. Taking Stock of Moral Approaches to Leadership: An Integrative Review of Ethical, Authentic, and Servant Leadership. How Matching Creates Value: Cogs and Wheels for Human Capital Resources Research. Brokerage and Brokering: An Integrative Review and Organizing Framework for Third Party Influence. Turning Lead into Gold: How Do Entrepreneurs Mobilize Resources to Exploit Opportunities? Leaders' Impact on Organizational Change: Bridging Theoretical and Methodological Chasms. Virtual Work: Bridging Research Clusters. Tradition in Organizations: A Custodianship Framework. Personality Change: Implications for Organizational Behavior. The Dilemma Portfolio: A Strategy to Advance the Study of Social Dilemmas in Organizations. More than just a Number? The Conceptualization and Measurement of Firm Age in an Era of Temporary Organizations. Social Resource Management: Integrating Social Network Theory and Human Resource Management. The Formation of Organizational Reputation. Work–Family Backlash: The “Dark Side” of Work–Life Balance (WLB) Policies. Categorizing Institutional Logics, Institutionalizing Categories: A Review of Two Literatures. Uncertainty, Knowledge Problems, and Entrepreneurial Action. Developing, Sustaining, and Maximizing Team Effectiveness: An Integrative, Dynamic Perspective of Team Development Interventions. Control–Trust Dynamics in Organizations: Identifying Shared Perspectives and Charting Conceptual Fault Lines. Successful Organizational Change: Integrating the Management Practice and Scholarly Literatures. CEO Attributes and Firm Performance: A Sequential Mediation Process Model. THE ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT ANNALS: LOOKING BACK, LOOKING FORWARD. WORK-LIFE FLEXIBILITY FOR WHOM? OCCUPATIONAL STATUS AND WORK-LIFE INEQU ALITY IN UPPER, MIDDLE, AND LOWER LEVEL JOBS. A MULTI-LEVEL PROCESS MODEL FOR UNDERSTANDING DIVERSITY PRACTICE EFFECTIVENESS. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET? ENHANCING METHODOLOGICAL TRANSPARENCY IN MANAGEMENT RESEARCH. A MATTER OF LIFE OR DEATH: HOW EXTREME CONTEXT RESEARCH MATTERS FOR MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION STUDIES. MEANING AT THE SOURCE: THE DYNAMICS OF FIELD FORMATION IN INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH. PUTTING ESCALATION OF COMMITMENT IN CONTEXT: A MULTILEVEL REVIEW AND ANALYSIS. RENEWING RESEARCH ON PROBLEMISTIC SEARCH--A REVIEW AND RESEARCH AGENDA. OPPORTUNITY, MOTIVATION, AND ABILITY TO LEARN FROM FAILURES AND ERRORS: REVIEW, SYNTHESIS, AND WAYS TO MOVE FORWARD. VALUING MULTIPLE TRAJECTORIES OF KNOWLEDGE: A CRITICAL REVIEW AND AGENDA FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT RESEARCH. MORE THAN A PHASE: FORM AND FEATURES OF A GENERAL THEORY OF NEGOTIATION. INCUMBENT ADAPTATION TO TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE: THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF RESEARCH ON HETEROGENEOUS INCUMBENT RESPONSE. QUO VADIS, DYNAMIC CAPABILITIES? A CONTENT-ANALYTIC REVIEW OF THE CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH. A PLURALISTIC PERSPECTIVE TO OVERCOME MAJOR BLIND SPOTS IN RESEARCH ON INTERORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS. AN ASPIRATIONAL VIEW OF ORGANIZATIONAL CONTROL RESEARCH: RE-INVIGORATING EMPIRICAL WORK TO BETTER MEET THE CHALLENGES OF 21ST CENTURY ORGANIZATIONS.