Management

Research

Drexel LeBow’s Department of Management boasts three areas of expertise, each with specific research interests.

Strategy and Entrepreneurship

Focuses on technology commercialization, social networks, cognition and strategy, firm performance, and issues in venture capita.

Organizational Behavior

Focuses on teams and leadership, work-family balance, and deviant behavior in the organization.

Recent Works

Lo, Yu-Chieh, and Li, Haiyang, In the Eyes of the Beholder: The Effect of Participant Diversity on Perceived Merits of Collaborative Innovations. Research Policy (Forthcoming)

Quade, Matthew, Mawritz, Mary, and Greenbaum, Rebecca L., “If only I were less ethical”: When social comparisons of ethical behavior and performance lead to self-threat, social undermining, and ostracism. Journal of Business Ethics (Forthcoming)

Dust, Scott, Resick, Christian, Margolis, Jaclyn, Mawritz, Mary, and Greenbaum, Rebecca L., Ethical leadership and employee success: Examining the roles of psychological empowerment and emotional exhaustion. Leadership Quarterly (Forthcoming)

Luciano, Margaret, Bartels, Amy, D’Innocenzo, Lauren, Maynard, M. Travis, and Mathieu, John E., Exploring the dark side of shared team experiences: Unpacking the influence of entrained rhythms and task characteristics. Academy of Management Journal (Jan 2018):

Mawritz, Mary, Greenbaum, Rebecca L., Webster, Brian, Bonner, Julena, and Kim, Joseph, Supervisor expediency to employee expediency: The moderating role of leader-member exchange and the mediating role of employee unethical tolerance. Journal of Organizational Behavior (Forthcoming)

Weer, Christy, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Managers’ assessments of employees’ organizational career growth opportunities: The role of extra-role performance, work engagement, and perceived organizational commitment.. Journal of Career Development (Forthcoming)

Shao, Ping, Li, Andrew, and Mawritz, Mary, Self-Protective Reactions to Peer Abusive Supervision: The Moderating Role of Third-Party Prevention Focus and the Mediating Role of Performance Instrumentality. Journal of Organizational Behavior (Jan 2018):

Warnock, Scott, Rouse, Nicholas, Finnin, Christoper, Linnehan, Frank, and Dryer, Dylan, Evaluating Curricular Change: A 7-year Assessment of Undergraduate Business Student Writing. Journal of Business and Technical Communication (Dec 2016): 1-33.

Nadkarni, Sucheta, and Jianhong, Chen, Bridging yesterday, today, and tomorrow: CEO temporal focus, environmental dynamism, and rate of new product introductions. Academy of Management Journal (Forthcoming)

Mohammed, Susan, and Nadkarni, Sucheta, Are We All on the Same Temporal Page? The Moderating Effects of Temporal Team Cognition on the Polychronicity Diversity – Team Performance Relationship. Journal of Applied Psychology (Forthcoming)

ChrobotMason, Donna, Raggins, Belle Rose, and Linnehan, Frank, Second hand smoke: the effect of racial harassment at work. Journal of Managerial Psychology (Forthcoming)

Herrmann, Pol, and Nadkarni, Sucheta, (Equal authorship) Managing Strategic Change: The Duality of CEO Personality. Strategic Management Journal (Forthcoming)

Narayanan, V.K., and Chen, Tianxu, Research on Technology Standards: Accomplishments and Challenges. Research Policy 41 (Oct 2012): 1357-1374.

Graham, Katrina, Dust, Scott, and Ziegert, Jonathan C., Supervisor-Employee Power Distance Incompatibility, Gender Similarity, and Relationship Conflict: A Test of Interpersonal Interaction Theory. Journal of Applied Psychology 103 (Mar 2018): 334-346.

Powell, Gary, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Jaskiewizc, P, Combs, J, Balkin, D, and Shanine, K, Family Science and the Work-Family Interface: An Interview with Gary Powell and Jeffrey Greenhaus. Human Resource Management Review 28 (Jan 2018): 98-102.