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Managing work-life balance in consulting organizations: issues and results
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Managing work-life balance in consulting organizations: issues and results

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(September 2011)

 
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Key questions:

– Why is work-life balance an issue in consulting organizations?

– What are the aspects of interest regarding the WLB in consulting organizations and how are they linked?

– Which factors contribute to the WLB of consultants? How do consultants and consulting organizations profit from a successful work-life balance?

– How can organizations contribute to a successful work-life balance?


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Stephan Kaiser
Stephan Kaiser

is full professor for HRM and organisational theory at the Universität der Bundeswehr in Munich. He received his Ph.D. from the Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt. He has published several books, and his work has appeared in journals like Organisation, Industry and Innovation, the International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion, the International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies, etc. His research focuses on HR and organisational issues in knowledgeintensive work.

Cornelia Reindl

studied education science and Psychology of Excellence in Business and Education at the University of Munich. Currently she works as a research assistant and doctoral student at the Catholic University Eichstaett-Ingolstadt, Ingolstadt School of Management. Her research focuses on individual and situational antecedents of work-life balance, such as personality characteristics and organisational culture, person-environment fit, organisational learning, and also HR and leadership development.

Max Ringlstetter
Max Ringlstetter

is professor of the Chair of Organisational Theory and Human Resource Management at Ingolstadt School of Management (Catholic University Eichstaett-Ingolstadt). His research, teaching and consulting focuses especially on organisational studies, HRM and corporate strategy. In addition, he is an expert for media and professional service firms.

Martin L. Stolz

studied management sciences at the Catholic University Eichstaett-Ingolstadt and the Università degli Studi de Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy. Since 2007 he has been working as a research assistant and doctoral student at the Chair of Organisational Theory and Human Resource Management at Ingolstadt School of Management (Catholic University Eichstaett-Ingolstadt). His research interests include strategic development of professional service firms and consultancies, work-life balance, and employees' professional and organisational commitment