Miguel Pina e Cunha
He is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics of the New University of Lisbon and coordinator of the Degree course in Management at the same university. His research is focused on: organizational change, improvisation, leadership and positive organizational studies. Some of the work he has published includes: “Time and organizational improvisation”, Crossan, M.M., Cunha, M.P., Vera, D. & Cunha, J.V. Academy of Management Review, 30(1), 129-145, 2005; “Towards a theory of organizational improvisation: Looking beyond the jazz metaphor”, Kamoche, K., Cunha, M.P. & Cunha, J.V., Journal of Management Studies, 40(8), 2023-2051, 2003; “The best place to be": Managing control and employee loyalty in a knowledge intensive firm.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 38(4), 401-415, 2002; “Management paradoxes: A relational view. Human Relations”, Clegg, S.R., Cunha, J.V. & Cunha, M.P. 55(5), 483-503, 2002; “Minimal structures: From jazz improvisation to product innovation”, Kamoche, K. & Cunha, M.P. ,Organization Studies, 22, 733-764, 2001.