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

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.

Asel, Paul, Park, H. D., and Velamuri, S. Ramakrishna, Creating values through corporate venture capital programs: The choice between internal and external fund structures. Journal of Private Equity 19 (Winter 2015): 63-72.

Ma, Dali, Social Belonging and Economic Action: Affection-based Social Circles in the Creation of Private Entrepreneurship. Social Forces 94 (Sep 2015): 87-114.

Park, H. D., and Patel, Pankaj C., How does ambiguity influence IPO underpricing? The role of signaling environment. Journal of Management Studies 52 (Sep 2015): 796-818.

Chan, C. S. Richard, and Park, H. D., How images and color in business plans influence venture investment screening decisions. Journal of Business Venturing 30 (Sep 2015): 732-748.

Choo, Adrian S., Nag, Rajiv, and Xia, Yusen, The role of executive problem solving in knowledge accumulation and manufacturing improvements. Journal of Operations Management 36 (May 2015): 63-74.

DiRenzo, Marco, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Weer, Christy, Relationship between Protean Career Orientation and Work-life Balance: A Resource Perspective. Journal of Organizational Behavior 36 (May 2015): 538-560.

Tzabbar, D, and Vestal, A, Bridging the Social Chasm in Geographically Distributed R&D Teams: The Moderating Effects of Relational Strength and Status Asymmetry on the Novelty of Team Innovation. Organization Science 26 (Jan 2015): 811-829.

Nam, Daeil, Park, H. D., and Arthurs, Jonathan D., Looking attractive until you sell: Earnings management, lockup expiration, and venture capitalists. Journal of Management Studies 51 (Dec 2014): 1286-1310.

Keidel, Robert, Team Sports Metaphors in Perspective. Organizational Dynamics 43 (Dec 2014): 294-302.

Maynard, M. Travis, Luciano, Margaret, D’Innocenzo, Lauren, Mathieu, John E., and Dean, Matthew, Modeling reciprocal psychological empowerment-performance relationships over time. Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (Nov 2014): 1244-1253.