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Greg L. Stewart

Professor
Henry B. Tippie Research Professor of Management & Organizations

Management & Organizations
S384  John Pappajohn Bus Bldg
The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242-1994
Ph: 319-335-1947
Fax: 319-335-1956
E-mail: greg-stewart@uiowa.edu
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Academic History

  • PhD in Human Resource Management/Organizational Behavior, Arizona State University, 1993
  • BS in Business Administration/ Human Resources, Brigham Young University, 1989

Expertise

  • Human resource management
  • Personality and performance
  • Self-directed teams

Awards

  • Elected Fellow , American Psychological Association, September 2012
  • Elected Fellow, Society for Organizational and Industrial Psychology (SIOP), April 2012
  • CIMBA Professor of the Year, 2011
  • Scholarly Impact Award, Journal of Management, 2011
  • GREAT Instructor of the Year for Executive MBA, 2010
  • University of Iowa Tippie College of Business Dean's Award for Teachin Excellence, 2008

Selected Publications

  • TeamSTEPPS Training in Community Hospitals: Adherence to Recommended Approaches, Marcia M Ward, Xi Zhu, Michelle Lampman, Greg L. Stewart
  • Medical Homes Require More Than an EMR and Aligned Incentives, Samantha L. Solimeo, Michael Hein, Monica Paez, Sarah Ono, Michelle Lampman, Greg L. Stewart, American Journal of Managed Care, vol 19, 2013, 132-140
  • Teamwork and Delegation in Medical Homes: Primary Care Staff Perspectives in the Veterans Health Administration, Gala True, Greg L. Stewart, Michelle Lampman, Mary Pelak, Samantha L. Solimeo, Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2013 - Publication Details Forthcoming
  • Candidate Characteristics Driving Initial Impressions During Rapport Building: Implications for Employment Interview Validity, Murray R. Barrick, Tamara Giluk, Susan Dustin, Greg L. Stewart, Jonathan Shaffer, Brian Swider, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, vol 85, 2012, 330-352
  • Applying Research to Save Lives: Learning from Team Training Approaches in Aviation and Health Care, Stephen H. Courtright, Greg L. Stewart, Marcia M. Ward, Organizational Dynamics, vol 41, 2012, 291-301
  • The Folly of Using Research Lacking Rigor as a Call to Action. , Greg L. Stewart, Murray R. Barrick, Academy of Management Learning & Education, vol 11, 2012, 278-284
  • Peer-based control in self-managing teams: Linking rational and normative influence with individual and group performance., Greg L. Stewart, Stephen H. Courtright, Murray R. Barrick, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 97, 2012, 435-447
  • Self-Leadership: A Multilevel Review, Greg L. Stewart, Stephen H. Courtright, Charles C. Manz, Journal of Management, vol 37, 2011, 185-222
  • Exploring How Response Distortion of Personality Measures Affects Individuals, Greg L. Stewart, Todd C. Darnold, Ryan D. Zimmerman, Laura Parks, Susan L. Dustin, , Personality and Individual Differences, vol 49, 2010, 622-638
  • Initial Evaluations in the Interview: Relationships with Subsequent Interviewer Evaluations and Employment Offers, Murray R. Barrick, Brian W. Swider, Greg L. Stewart, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 95, 2010, 1162-1172
  • Shared Influence at W.L. Gore & Associates, Charles C. Manz, Frank Shipper, Greg L. Stewart, Organizational Dynamics, vol 38, 2009, 239-244
  • Exploring the Handshake in Employment Interviews, Greg L. Stewart, Susan L. Dustin, Murray R. Barrick, Todd C. Darnold, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 93, 2008, 1139-1146
  • Exploring How Constrants Created by Other People Influence Intraindividual Variation in Objective Performance Measures, Greg L. Stewart, Amit K. Nandekeolyar, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 92, 2007, 1149-1158
  • Adaptability and Intraindividual Variation in Sales Outcomes: Exploring the Interactive Effects of Personality and Environmental Opportunity, Greg L. Stewart, Amit Nandkeolyar, Personnel Psychology, vol 59, 2006
  • A meta-analytic review of relationships between team design features and team performance, Greg L. Stewart, J. Manage, Journal of Management, vol 32, 2006, 29-55
  • An exploration of member roles as a multilevel linking mechanism for individual traits and team outcomes, Greg L. Stewart, Ingrid Fulmer, Murray Barrick, Personnel Psychology, vol 58, 2005, 343-366
  • Personality and Job Performance: Test of the Mediating Effects of Motivation among Sales Representatives, Greg L. Stewart, Murray Barrick, Mike Piotrowski, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 87, 2002, 43-52
  • Team Structure and Performance: Assessing the Mediating Role of Intrateam Process and the Moderating Role of Task Type, Greg L. Stewart, Murray Barrick, Academy of Management Journal, vol 43, 2000, 135-148
  • Trait Bandwidth and Stages of Job Performance: Assessing Differential Effects for Conscientiousness and its Subtraits, Greg L. Stewart, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 84, 1999, 959-968
  • Five-Factor Model of Personality and Performance in Jobs Involving Interpersonal Interaction, Greg L. Stewart, Michael Mount, Murray Barrick, Human Performance, vol 11, 1998, 145-165
  • Relating Member Ability and Personality to Work Team Proecesses and Team Effectiveness, Greg L. Stewart, Murray Barrick, Mitchell Neubert, Michael Mount, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 83, 1998, 377-391
  • Attaining Flexible Stability by Integrating Total Quality Management and Socio-technical Systems Theory, Greg L. Stewart, Charles Manz, Organizational Science, vol 8, 1997, 59-70
  • Composition, Process, and Performance in Self-Managed Groups: The Role of Personality, Greg L. Stewart, Barry Bruce, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 82, 1997, 62-78
  • Reward Structure as a Moderator of the Relationship between Extraversion and Sales Performance, Greg L. Stewart, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol 81, 1996, 619-627
  • The Joint Effects of Conscientiousness and Self-Leadership Training on Employee Self-Directed Behavior in a Service Setting, Greg L. Stewart, Kenneth Carson, Robert Cardy, Personnel Psychology, vol 49, 1996, 143-164

    Conference Proceedings

    • Four Lessons Learned from the Person-Situation Debate: A Review and Research Agenda, Greg L. Stewart, Murray Barrick, Chapter in D. B. Smith & B. Schneider (Eds.), Personality and Organizations, book to be published in 2004?, 2004

    Sponsored Research

    • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) grant to investigate the effectiveness of TeamSTEPPs implementation in rural hospitals, Greg L. Stewart, Marcia Ward. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

    Other Work

    • Toward an Understanding of the Multilevel Role of Personality in Teams, Greg L. Stewart, Chapter in M. R. Barrick & A. M. Ryan (Eds.) Personality and Work, puslished in 2003 as a SIOP Frontiers Book by Jossey-Bass., 2003

      Prior Positions

      • Associate Professor, Brigham Young University, 1999 - 2002
      • Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University, 1993 - 1999

      Review and Editorial Work

      • Referee, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processing, January 2008 - current
      • Referee, Academy of Management Journal, 2002 - current

      Professional Affiliations

      • Editorial Board Member, Journal of Management, 2011 - current
      • Editorial Board Member, Journal of Applied Psychology, January 2004 - current
      • Editorial Board Member, Personnel Psychology, January 2002 - current
      • Associate Editor, Journal of Management, July 2009 - December 2011
      • Editorial Board Member, Journal of Management, July 2008 - July 2009
      • Editorial Board Member, Group Dynamics: Theory and Research, January 2002 - December 2008

      Presentations

      • How will we kow if we are a team? Bringing anthropological methods to bear on evaluation., National Meeing for Society for Applied Anthropology National Meeting, Society for Applied Anthropology, Albuquerque, NM, March 2014
      • Now you see me, now you don't: Changing visibility of nurses' role in team-based care, National Meeting of Society for Applied Anthropology, Society for Applied Anthropology, Albuquerque, NM, March 2014
      • Dispersion Effects on Emergent Leadership and Performance in Virtual Teams, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Academy of Management, Orlando, FL, August 2013
      • Do Talkers Always Rule? Individual Differences and Leadership Perceptions in Virtual Teams, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Academy of Management, Orlando, Florida, August 2013
      • Finding the Inspirational Leader in You, Iowa Society of Certified Public Accountants, Iowa Society of Certified Public Accountants, Des Moines, IA, November 2012
      • Help! I'm Supposed to Lead a PACT, Leadership Development Training, Minneapolis VA PACT Education Committee, Minneapolis, MN, October 2012
      • Proactive personality and proactive performance: Perspective on person-situation interactions, Academy of Management, Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts, August 2012
      • Perceived barriers to improving clinical access when implementing patient aligned care teams (PACT), Health Services Research & Development (HSR&D)/Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) National Conference, Veteran's Health Adminstration, National Harbor, MD, July 2012
      • Using a mixed-method approach to assess team member role transformation to PACT, Health Services Research & Development (HSR&D)/Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) National Conference, Veteran's Health Administration, National Harbor, MD, July 2012
      • The effects of team interdependence on team processes and performance: A meta-analysis, Annual Meeting of Academy of Managemeent, Academy of Management, San Antonio, TX, August 2011
      • Formative Evaluation of PACT Implementation in VISN-23: A mixed methods approach, Health Services Research & Development (HSR&D)/Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) National Conference, Veteran's Health Administration, National Harbor, MD, February 2011
      • Peer-Based Reward and Team Performance: The Moderating Role of Cohesion, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Atlanta, GA, April 2010
      • Peer-Based Reward and Individual Performance: A Field Examination, Academy of Management Annual Conference, Academy of Management, Chicago, IL, August 2009
      • Antecedents to Rapport Building During the Employment Interview, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Division 14 of American Psychological Association, San Francisco, April 2008
      • Exploring How Response Distortion of Personality Measures Affects Individuals, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, April 2008
      • The Role of Judgments During Rapport Building, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Divsion 14 of American Psychological Association, San Francisco, April 2008
      • Handshake as a Mediator Between Personality and Employment Interview Ratings, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology 22nd Annual Conference held in New York City, 2007
      • Combining Internal and External Motivation to Explain Performance of Independent Sales Representatives, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management held in Atlanta, Georgia, August 2006
      • The Effect Skill and Motivation have on Influence Tactics in the Interview, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology 21st Annual Conference held in Dallas, Texas, May 2006
      • The Impact of First Impressions on Interviewer Judgments, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology 21st Annual Conference held in Dallas, Texas, May 2006

        Committees and Professional Service

        • Faculty Graduate Council, 2007-current
        • Academy of Management HR Divison Scholarly Achievement Award, 2010-2012
        • Chair of the Mahoney Mentoring Award Committee for the Human Resources Division of the Academy of Management, 2007-2008
        • Mahoney Mentoring Committee for Human Resource Division of Academy of Management, 2007-2008