Seminars & Events
 

Learn From Faculty Whose Theories
Are Reshaping The Field

 
Date/Time Location Speaker  Affiliation Title

Sept. 20, 2019

12:15-1:30 pm

Gold Hall 

B-301

Modupe Akinola

Columbia

To Delegate or not to Delegate

October 11, 2019

12:15-1:30 pm

TBA

Nir Halevy

Stanford

Co-sponsored with BDM

TBA

Friday, Oct.25, 2019

12:15-1:30 pm

Gold Hall B-301

Gilad Chen

University of Maryland

TBA

January 10, 2020

12:15-1:30 pm

TBA

Drew Carton

UPENN, Wharton

TBA

February 21, 2020

12:15-1:30 pm

TBA

Anne Tsui

Notre Dame

TBA

April 3, 2020

12:15-1:30 pm

TBA

Katy Milkman

UPENN Wharton

Co-sponsored with BDM.

TBA

April 10, 2020

12:15-1:30 pm

TBA

Michael Kraus

Yale

TBA

May 8, 2020

12:15-1:30 pm

TBA

Jessica Kennedy

Vanderbilt

TBA

May 22, 2020

TBA

Betsy Levy Paluck

Princeton

TBA

June 5, 2020

12:15-1:30 pm

TBA

Alison Wood Brooks

Harvard

TBA

Date Speaker Title
May 17, 2019 Loran Nordgren The (constrained) Strength of Behavioral Interventions
April 12, 2019 Thomas Mussweiler Social Comparison: Ubiquity and Flexibility of a Basic Mechanism.
April 5, 2019 Ya-Ru Chen
My Boss is Younger, Less Educated, and Has a Shorter Tenure: Interactive Effect of Status (In)congruence and Supervisor Competence on Subordinates' Fairness Perception and Work Motivation.
February 22, 2019 Nathaneal Fast Humans Judge, Technologies Nudge: Behavior Tracking and the Future of Work.
12/07/2018 Alice Lee (Faculty recruitment Candidate) More than Cheap Talk: How, When, and Why Accounts Matter in Social Exchange
12/05/2018 Allie Feldberg (Faculty recruitment Candidate) Butchers, Bakers, and Barcharts: How digitized information affects gender differences in performance
12/03/2018 Julianna Pillemer (Faculty recruitment Candidate) Bounded authenticity: The paradox of being genuine in professional interactions
11/28/2018 Sherry Wu (Faculty recruitment Candidate) Having a voice in your group: Field experiments on behavioral and attitudinal effects
09/28/2018 Li Huang
INSEAD
To Thine Own Self Be True, Or Others Would Seem False Too: Personal Inauthenticity Increases Cynical Disillusion
02/22/2018 Nathanael (Nate) Fast
USC Marshall
Humans Judge, Technologies Nudge: Behavior Tracking and the Future of Work.
02/01/2018 Batia Wisenfeld
NYU Stern
Cognitive Flexibility and Seeing the Forest or the Trees: A Construal Level Analysis of Employee Selection, Organizational Change and Entrepreneurial Funding.
05/19/2017 Ya-Ru Chen (Cornell) Speaker Series
05/12/2017 Flannery Stevens (University of Utah) Speaker Series
04/28/2017 Emily Bianchi (Emory) Speaker Series
04/14/2017 Eric Anicich (USC) Speaker Series
03/10/2017 Andrew Knight (Washington University in St. Louis) Speaker Series
02/24/2017 Madeline Heilman (NYU; UCLA Anderson Visiting Scholar) Speaker Series
11/15/2016 Christopher Bryan (Booth) A Case for a Return to Lewinian Action Research
11/15/2016 Christopher Bryan (Booth) A Case for a Return to Lewinian Action Research
11/14/2016 Eugene Caruso (Booth) Egocentric Ethics
10/31/2016 Sreedhari Desai (UNC - Chapel Hil) Gender Congruent Contexts and Counter-stereotypical Exemplars: Women as Risk Seekers
10/28/2016 Hengchen Dai (Olin) Fresh Starts: A Double-Edged Sword
10/10/2016 Jane Risen (Booth) Believing What We Know Isn't So: Acquiescence to Superstitious Beliefs and Other Powerful Intuitions
10/07/2016 Rachel Ruttan (NYU) The Instrumental Use of Sacred Values
05/05/2016 David Mayer (Univ. Mich Ross) Is Business a Moral Domain?
04/29/2016 Steven Blader (NYU Stern) Status and its functions: Implications for social regulation, the self-concept, and subjective well-being
03/18/2016 Katy DeCelles (rotman, Univ. of Toronto) Whitened Résumés: Race and Self-Presentation in the Labor Market.
02/26/2016 Sarah townsend (USC Marshall) N/A
02/26/2016 Samir Nurmohamed (UPenn Wharton) Against the odds: Can low expectations foster success?
11/20/2015 Dolly Chugh (NYU Stern) Bounded Ethicality
11/06/2015 Daniel Cable (London Business School) Putting your Best Self to Work: How Best-Self Activation Influences Emotions, Physiology, and Employment Relationships
10/30/2015 Nour Kteily (Northwestern Kellogg) The Darker Demons of our Nature: Exploring the Prevalence, Potency, and Roots of Blatant Dehumanization
04/03/2015 Barbara Lawrence (UCLA Anderson) Demographic Inertia and Increasing the Percentage of Women in University Departments
04/10/2015 Modupe Akinola (Columbia Business School) It's Good to Be the King: Neurobiological Benefits of Higher Social Standing
04/24/2015 Gerardo Okhuysen (Paul Merage School of Business) Where we begin and where we end: The use of abduction for generating explanation and theorizing in organizations and management research
05/08/2015 Susan Perkins (Kellogg School of Management) Can Female Leaders Mitigate the Negative Effects of Racial Diversity? National Leaders and Structural Shifts