Management and Organizations

Faculty Research

Kenneth Brown

Jay Christensen-Szalanski

Amy Colbert
  • Personality and Leadership Composition in Top Management Teams: Implications for Organizational Performance, Personnel Psychology, vol 67, 2014, 351-387
  • Fired up or burned out? How developmental challenge differentially impacts leader behavior, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 99, 2014, 681-696
  • Assessing the Trait Theory of Leadership Using Self and Observer Ratings of Personality: The Mediating Role of Contributions to Group Success, The Leadership Quarterly, vol 23, 2012, 670-685

Eean Crawford
  • A configural theory of team processes: Accounting for the structure of taskwork and teamwork, Academy of Management Review, vol 38, 2013, 32-48
  • The antecedents and drivers of employee engagement, In K. Truss, K. Alfes, R. Delbridge, A. Shantz, & E. Soane (Eds.), Employee Engagement in Theory and Practice. New York: Routledge, 2013, 57-81
  • Hierarchical Representations of the Five-Factor Model of Personality in Predicting Job Performance: Integrating Three Organizing Frameworks with Two Theoretical Perspectives, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 98, 2013, 875-925

David DeGeest
  • Channeled Autonomy: The Joint Effects of Autonomy and Feedback on Team Performance Through Organizational Goal Clarity, Journal of Management, 2014
  • Can We Get Some Cooperation Around Here? The Mediating Role of Group Norms on the Relationship between Team Personality and Individual Helping Behaviors, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 99, 2014, 988-99
  • Collective Fit Perceptions: A Multi-Level Investigation of Person-group Fit and Group-Level Outcomes., Journal of Organizational Behavior, vol 35, 2014, 969-989

Brady Firth
  • The motivational underpinnings of adaptability, Individual Adaptability to Changes at Work: New Directions in Research. Routlege, NY: New York, 2014
  • Newcomers abroad: Expatriate adjustment during early phases of international assignments, Academy of Management Journal, vol 57, 2014, 280-300

Elizabeth Follmer
  • The benefits of benefits: A dynamic approach to motivation-enhancing HR practices and firm survival, Journal of Management, 2014
  • The Goldilocks pursuit during organizational entry: Applicants’ and recruiters’ search for the “perfect fit”, The Oxford Handbook of Recruitment, 2013

Erik Gonzalez-Mulé
  • Born and Raised: Intelligence and Personality Matter in Negotiations, Journal of Conflict Management, vol 2, 2014, 33-48
  • Cumulative advantage: Conductors and insulators of star performers and heavy-tail performance distributions, Personnel Psychology, 2014
  • The Power of the Circumplex: Incremental Validity of Intersection Traits in Predicting Counterproductive Work Behaviors, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, vol 21, 2013, 322-327

Lindsey Greco
  • Absence of malice: A meta-analysis of nonresponse bias in counterproductive work, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 100, 2015, 75-97

Andrew Hosmanek
  • Born and Raised: Intelligence and Personality Matter in Negotiations, Journal of Conflict Management, vol 2, 2014, 33-48
  • What Do We Teach in Organizational Behavior? An Analysis of MBA Syllabi, Journal of Management Education, vol 37, 2013, 447-471
  • Helping Your Client Select the Best Entity Option., National Business Institute, Eau Claire, Wisconsin., 2010

Maria Kraimer
  • Psychological contract breach and employee innovation: A conservation of resources perspective, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, vol 87, 2014, 535-556
  • The interactive effects of leader-member exchange, gender, and spouse's gender role orientation on work interference with family conflict., International Journal of Human Resource Management, vol 25, 2014, 2681-2701
  • The Global Context and People at Work: Special Issue Introduction, Personnel Psychology, vol 67, 2014, 5-21

Amy Kristof-Brown
  • Organizational Fit and Recruitment. Chapter in Cable, D. & Yu, T. (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Recruitment. Oxford University Press., The Oxford Handbook of Recruitment, Oxford University Press, 2014, 437-453
  • Collective Fit Perceptions: A Multi-Level Investigation of Person-group Fit and Group-Level Outcomes., Journal of Organizational Behavior, vol 35, 2014, 969-989
  • Organizational Fit: Key Issues and New Directions, Wiley and Sons, 2013

Ning Li
  • Retaining the Productive Employee: The Role of Personality, Academy of Management Annals, vol 8, 2014, 347-395
  • Toward a model of work team altruism, Academy of Management Review, vol 39, 2014, 541-565
  • Leader–member exchange (LMX) in context: How LMX differentiation and LMX relational separation attenuate LMX’s influence on OCB and turnover intention, The Leadership Quarterly, vol 25, 2014, 314-328

Lon Moeller
  • The Road to Success: Learning how to Become an Effective Negotiator, Kendell Hunt, 2011
  • Entrepreneurial Management And Leadership, Kendall Hunt Publishers, 2010
  • An Interest-Based Approach to Management and Leadership, 2nd Edition, Kendall Hunt Publishers, 2010

Michael Mount
  • The Two Faces of High Self-monitors, Journal Of Organizational Behavior, vol 35, 2014, 92-111
  • The Power of the Circumplex: Incremental Validity of Intersection Traits in Predicting Counterproductive Work Behaviors, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, vol 21, 2013, 322-327
  • The Interactive Effect of Conscientiousness and Agreeableness on Job Performance in South Korea, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, vol 21, 2013, 233-238

Ernest O'Boyle
  • An analytic investigation of the CFA marker technique comparing ideal and non-ideal marker variables, Journal of Applied Psychology, 2015
  • Absence of malice: A meta-analysis of nonresponse bias in counterproductive work, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 100, 2015, 75-97
  • Cumulative advantage: Conductors and insulators of star performers and heavy-tail performance distributions, Personnel Psychology, 2014

Cody Reeves
  • The history of recruitment research, The Oxford Handbook of Recruitment, 2013
  • The Goldilocks pursuit during organizational entry: Applicants’ and recruiters’ search for the “perfect fit”, The Oxford Handbook of Recruitment, 2013

Sara Rynes-Weller

Scott Seibert

Greg Stewart

Ion Vasi
  • The New Immigration Contestation: Social Movements and Local Immigration Policy Making in the United States, 2000-2011, American Journal of Sociology, vol 119, 2014, 1104-1155
  • Tea and Sympathy: The Tea Party Movement and Republication Precommitment to Radical Conservatism in the 2011 Deb-Limit Crisis, Mobilization, vol 19, 2014, 1-22
  • Social Movements, Risk Perceptions, and Economic Outcomes: The Effect of Primary and Secondary Stakeholder Activism on Firms' Perceived Environmental Risk and Financial Performance, American Sociological Review, vol XX(X), 2012, 1-24

Sheryl Walter
  • Absence of malice: A meta-analysis of nonresponse bias in counterproductive work, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 100, 2015, 75-97
  • The benefits of benefits: A dynamic approach to motivation-enhancing HR practices and firm survival, Journal of Management, 2014

Zhenyu Yuan
  • Linking challenge and hindrance stress to safety performance: The moderating role of core self-evaluation., Personality and Individual Differences, vol 68, 2014, 154-159
  • Is humor the best medicine? The buffering effect of coping humor on traumatic stressors in firefighters., Journal of Organizational Behavior, vol 35, 2014, 257-272
  • Don’t fear the reaper: Trait death anxiety, mortality salience, and occupational health., Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 99, 2014, 759-769