Cunha, Miguel Pina e

 miguel pina  

Professor

 

mpc@novasbe.pt

 

 

Profile

Miguel Pina e Cunha is Professor of Organization Studies. He received his PhD from Tilburg University. His research has been published in journals such as the Academy of Management Review, Applied Psychology: An International Review, Human Relations, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Journal of Management Studies, Organization, and Organization Studies, among others. He published or edited several books, including “Organizational Improvisation” (co-edited with K. Kamoche and J.V. Cunha, Routledge, 2002), “Creating balance? International perspectives on the work-life integration of professionals” (co-edited with S. Kaiser,M.J. Ringlstetter, D.R. Eikhof, Springer, 2011) and “The virtues of leadership: Contemporary challenge for global managers” (with A. Rego and S. Clegg, Oxford University Press, 2012).

He teaches Organizational Behavior, Leadership and Change Management, and Positive Organization Theory at Nova and collaborates with the Angola Business School. He received teaching awards as best professor in the undergraduate and MBA programs.

He served as academic director of the undergraduate program at Nova, academic director of The Lisbon MBA, and as Associate Dean for graduate programs. He presently heads the school’s Faculty Council.

Research Interests

Current research interests include: process-based views of organizations; the paradoxes of organizing; virtuous and toxic leadership; the unfolding of positive and genocidal forms of organization.

Recent Publications

Clegg, Stewart; Cunha, Miguel Pina e; Rego, A. & Dias, J. (2013). Mundane objects and the banality of evil: The sociomateriality of a death camp. Journal of Management Inquiry, 22(3), 325-340.

Cunha, Miguel Pina e; Rego, A., Clegg, Stewart, & Neves, Pedro (2013). The case for transcendent followership. Leadership, 9, 87-106.

Cunha, MP, Clegg, S & Rego, A (2013). Lessons for leaders: positive organization studies meets Niccolo Machiavelli. Leadership, 9(4), 450-465.

Guimarães-Costa, N. & Cunha, Miguel Pina e (2013). The inevitability of liminality in organising. International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, 7(1), 47-63.

Rego, A., Vitória, A., Magalhães, A., Ribeiro, N. & Cunha, Miguel Pina e (2013). Authentic leadership predicting team potency: The mediating role of team virtuousness and affective commitment. Leadership Quarterly, 24(1), 61-79.

Clegg, Stewart,Cunha, Miguel Pina e, Rego, Arménio. (2012). The theory and practice of utopia in a total institiution: The pineapple panopticon. Organization Studies, 33(12), 1735-1757.

Cunha, Miguel Pina e, Stewart R. Clegg & Ken Kamoche (2012). Improvisation as real time foresight. Futures, 44(3), 265-272.

Cunha, Miguel Pina e, Stewart Clegg, Arménio Rego & Michele Lancione (2012). The Organization (Ângkar) as a state of exception: The case of the S-21 extermination camp, Phnom Penh. Journal of Political Power, 5(2), 279-299.

Pinho, Isabel, Arménio Rego & Miguel Pina e Cunha (2012) Improving knowledge management processes: A hybrid positive approach. Journal of Knowledge Management, 16(2), 215-242.

Rego, Arménio, Filipa Sousa, Carla Marques & Miguel Pina e Cunha (2012). Optimism predicting employees' creativity: The mediating role of positivity affect and the positivity ratio. European Journal of Work and organizational Psychology, 21(2), 244-270.

Rego, Arménio, Filipa Sousa, Carla Marques & Miguel Pina e Cunha (2012). Authentic leadership promoting employees' psychological capital and creativity. Journal of Business Research, 65, 429-437.

Rego, A., Sousa, F., Marques, C. & Cunha, Miguel Pina e. (2012). Retail employees’ self-efficacy and hope predicting their positive affect and creativity. European Journal of Work and organizational Psychology, 21 (6), 923-945

Rego, Arménio & Miguel Pina e Cunha (2012). They need to be different, they feel happier in authentizotic climates. Journal of Happiness Studies, 13(4), 701-727.

Books and Book Chapters

Rego, A., Cunha, M.P. & Ribeiro, M.G. (2013). Liderança para a sustentabilidade. Lisboa: Actual.

Cunha, Miguel Pina e; Rego, A. (2013). Superequipas. Lisboa: Actual.

Cunha, M.P. & Paiva, R. (2013). Improvisação nas organizações: Muita estrutura e muita liberdade. In P. Neves & M.P. Lopes (Eds.), Comportamento organizacional no século XXI: Diálogos entre a gestão e a academia (pp.153-164). Lisboa: Editora RH.

Rego, A., Cunha, Miguel Pina e; Wood Jr, T. (2013). O pequeno livro das virtudes para grandes líderes. São Paulo: Da Boa Prosa.

Clegg, Stewart, Miguel Pina e Cunha, & Arménio Rego (2012). The evil of utopia. In C.L. Jurkiewicz (Ed.), The foundations of organizational evil (pp.225-244). New York: M.E. Sharpe.

Rego, Arménio, Miguel Pina e Cunha & Stewart Clegg (2012). The virtues of leadership. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Rego, Arménio, Stewart Clegg & Miguel Pina e Cunha (2012). The positive power of character strengths and virtues for global leaders. In K.S. Cameron & G.M. Spreitzer (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of positive organizational scholarship (pp.366-381). Oxford: Oxford University Press.