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

Vaziri, Hoda, Wayne, Julie, Casper, Wendy, Lapierre, Laurent, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Amirkamali, Faezeh, and Li, Yanhong, A meta-analytic investigation of the personal and work-related antecedents of work-family balance. Journal of Organizational Behavior 43 (May 2022): 662-692.

Ma, Dali, The Intersection of Economic, Social, and Political Forces: Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and Family Businesses in China. Management and Organization Review 18 (Apr 2022): 216-222.

Cronin, Matthew A., Stouten, Jeroen, and van Knippenberg, Daan, Why theory on “how theory fits together” benefits management scholarship. Academy of Management Review 47 (Apr 2022): 333-337.

Ziegert, Jonathan C., Knight, Andrew P., Resick, Christian, and Graham, Katrina, Addressing Performance Tensions in Multiteam Systems: Balancing Informal Mechanisms of Coordination within and between Teams. Academy of Management Journal 65 (Feb 2022): 158-185.

Junker, Nina M, Baumeister, Roy F., Straub, Kerstin, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, When Forgetting What Happens at Work Matters: The Role of Affective Rumination, Problem-Solving Pondering, and Self-Control in Work-Family Conflict and Enrichment. Journal of Applied Psychology 106 (Dec 2021): 1750-1766.

Cronin, Matthew A., Stouten, Jeroen, and van Knippenberg, Daan, The theory crisis in management research: Solving the right problem. Academy of Management Review 46 (Oct 2021): 667-683.

Li, Jia, and van Knippenberg, Daan, The team causes and consequences of team membership change: A temporal perspective. Academy of Management Annals 15 (Sep 2021): 577-606.

Stein, David, and D’Innocenzo, Lauren, So, you want to be a leader?. Seminars in Colon and Rectal Surgery 32 (Jun 2021):

Ziegert, Jonathan C., Mayer, David M., Piccolo, Ronald F., and Graham, Katrina, Collectivistic Leadership in Context: An Examination of How and When Collective Charismatic Leadership Relates to Unit Functioning. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies 28 (May 2021): 112-136.

Babalola, M. T., Mawritz, Mary, Greenbaum, Rebecca L., Ren, S., and Garba, O. A., Whatever It Takes: How and When Supervisor Bottom-Line Mentality Motivates Employee Contributions in the Workplace. Journal of Management 47 (May 2021): 1134-1154.

Litchfield, Robert, Hirst, Giles, and van Knippenberg, Daan, Professional network identification: Searching for stability in transient knowledge work. Academy of Management Review 46 (Apr 2021): 320-340.

Albert, Daniel, and Siggelkow, Nicolaj, Architectural Search and Innovation. Organization Science (Mar 2021):

Dwertmann, David J. G., and van Knippenberg, Daan, Capturing the state of the science to change the state of the science: A categorization approach to integrative reviews. Journal of Organizational Behavior 42 (Feb 2021): 104-117.

Steffens, Nik K., Munt, Katie A., van Knippenberg, Daan, Platow, Michael J., and Haslam, S. Alexander, Advancing the social identity theory of leadership: A meta-analytic review of leader group prototypicality. Organizational Psychology Review 11 (Feb 2021): 35-72.

Ziegert, Jonathan C., and Dust, Scott, Integrating Formal and Shared Leadership: The Moderating Influence of Role Ambiguity on Innovation. Journal of Business and Psychology 36 (Dec 2021): 969-984.