Current research interests include: global leadership, global mindset, leadership and management in emerging markets (with focus on Africa), ethics, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability.
Joana Story is an Assistant Professor of Management. She received her PhD from University of Nebraska- Lincoln.
Her research has been published in journals such as Human Resource Management, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Journal of Leadership Studies, among others. She also has presented her work in a variety of international conferences.
She has taught a variety of classes at University of Nebraska and at Nova and currently teaches Global Human Resources Management, Cross-Cultural Management, and Corporate Social Responsibility. She also collaborates with the Angola Business School and is a member of Nova Africa Center for Business and Economic Development. She has received a teaching award at University of Nebraska.
- Neves, Pedro and Joana Story. 2015. "Ethical Leadership and Reputation: Combined Indirect Effects on Organizational Deviance." Journal of Business Ethics, 127, 165-76.
- Castanheira, Filipa and Joana Story. 2015. "Making Good Things Last Longer: The Role of Savoring on the Relationship between Hrm and Positive Employee Outcomes." Human Resource Management.
- Story, Joana ; John Barbuto; Fred Luthans and James A. Bovaird. 2014. "Meeting the Challenges of Effective International Hrm: Analysis of the Antecedents of Global Mindset." Human Resource Management, 53(1), 131-55.
- Cunha, Miguel Pina e; Stewart Clegg; ArmÃ©nio Rego and Joana Story. 2014. "From the Physics of Change to Realpolitik: Improvisational Relations of Power and Resistance." Journal of Change Management, 13(4), 460-76.
- Story, J. S., Youssef, C., Luthans, F., Barbuto, J. E. & Bovaird, J. (2013). The contagion effect of global leaderâs positive psychological capital on followers. International Journal of Human Resource Management.
- Story, J. S. P. (2013). Essay from an early career: To each his/her own âtuneâ. Management Research, The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, 11 (1): 100-107.
- Barbuto, Jr., J. E., Wilmot, M. P., Singh, M., & Story, Joana S. P. (2012). Self-other rating agreement and leader-member-exchange (LMX): A quasi-replication. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 114, 479-484.