Management & Organizations

 

Stephen W. Gilliland

Associate Dean for Executive Education, Eller College of Management

sgill@eller.arizona.edu

http://management.eller.arizona.edu/faculty/sgilliland.asp

Stephen W. Gilliland is the Associate Dean for Executive Education in the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona.  He holds the Arnold Lesk Chair in Leadership and is Department Head for the Management and Organizations Department.  He also serves as Executive Director of the Center for Leadership Ethics.  He previously served as vice dean for the Eller College. Professor Gilliland’s research examines the fairness of management practices and policies and the impact of fair leadership on employee behaviors. Gilliland was recently (2007-2009) awarded a Society for Human Resource Management Foundation grant for his project “Outsourcing HR in Small and Mid‐Sized Businesses: Value Creation through Strategic Win‐Win‐Wins” (with J. Slaughter). In 2006, Gilliland was elected as a Fellow in the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).  He was also the 1997 recipient of the Ernest J. McCormick Award for Early Career Contributions from SIOP.

Related publications:

Gilliland, Stephen W., Steiner, Dirk D., & Skarlicki, Daniel P. 2011. Emerging Perspectives on Organizational Justice and Ethics: Volume 7 in Research in Social Issues in Management.  Charlotte, NC:  Information Age Publishing.

Gilliland, Stephen W. 2008. “The Tails of Justice: A Critical Examination of the Dimensionality of Organizational Justice Constructs.”  Human Resource Management Review 18(4): 271-281. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.hrmr.2008.08.001
 
Gilliland, Stephen W. 2008. “Peeling the Justice Onion: Ten Interesting Questions.” In Justice, Morality, and Social Responsibility: Volume 6 in Research in Social Issues in Management, edited by Stephen W. Gilliland, Dirk Douglas Steiner, & Daniel P. Skarlicki. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

Gilliland, Stephen W., and Elizabeth L. Paddock. 2005. “Images of Justice: Development of Justice Integration Theory.” Pp. 49-78 in What Motivates Fairness in Organizations? edited by Stephen W. Gilliland, Dirk Douglas Steiner, & Daniel P. Skarlicki. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

 

 

Barry Goldman

Associate Professor, Department of Managment and Organizations in the Eller College of Managment

bgoldman@eller.arizona.edu

http://management.eller.arizona.edu/faculty/bgoldman.asp

Barry Goldman is Associate Professor and McCoy/Rogers Faculty Fellow in the Department of Management and Organizations in the University of Arizona Eller College of Management. His research interests include the managerial implications of conflict in organizations, organizational justice, and negotiations behavior. In 2008, the Journal of Management placed Goldman on their list of the top 1% most cited management authors from 2000-2004.

Related publications:

Goldman, Barry, and Debra L. Shapiro. 2012. The Psychology of Negotiations in the 21st Century Workplace: New Challenges and New Solutions. New York, NY: Psychology Press/Routledge.

Goldman, Barry, Russell Cropanzano, J. Ko, Debra L. Shapiro and Sherry M. B. Thatcher. 2008. “The Role of Morality in Mediated Disputes at Work: A Justice Perspective.”  International Journal of Conflict Management 19: 210-233.

Brockner, J., Fishman, A., Spiegel, S., Goldman, B., Reb, J. & Garden, C. 2007. “Process Fairness and Judgments of Accountability.” Journal of Applied Psychology 92: 1657-1671.

Cropanzano, Russell, Barry Goldman and Robert Folger. 2005. "What is Self-Interest? Journal of Organizationsl Behavior 26(8): 985-991.

 

 

Tamar Kuglar

Associate Professor, Department of Managment and Organizations in the Eller College of Managment

tkuglar@email.arizona.edu

http://management.eller.arizona.edu/faculty/tkugler.asp

Tamar Kugler is Associate Professor and Leesa and David Lane Fellow in the Department of Management and Organizations in the University of Arizona Eller College of Management. Her research interests include interactive decision-making, emotions and decision-making, inter-group conflict, and group decision-making.  She has been PI on two National Science Foundation grants: one examining emotions and decision making (2008-2011), and another examining team decision making with social preferences, theory, and experiments  (2008-2011).

Related publications:

Kugler, Tamar and Gary Bornstein. 2013. “Social Dilemmas Between Individuals and Groups.” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 120: 191-205. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.obhdp.2012.07.007

Kugler, Tamar, Edgar E. Kausel and Martin Kocher.  (2012). “Interactive Decision Making in Groups: Are Groups More Rational than Individuals?” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 3(4): 471-482. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/wcs.1184/abstract

Kugler, Tamar, Terry Connolly and Lisa D. Ordóñez. 2012. “Emotion, Decision and Risk: Betting on Gambles vs. Betting on People.” Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 25(2): 123-134. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/bdm.724/abstract

 

 

 

Lisa Ordóñez

Professor, Department of Managment and Organizations in the Eller College of Managment

lordunez@u.arizona.email

http://management.eller.arizona.edu/faculty/lordonez.asp

Lisa Ordóñez is Professor and Levine Family Faculty Fellow in the Department of Management and Organizations in the University of Arizona Eller College of Management. Her research focuses on judgment and decision making with applications to management and consumer behavior, emotions and decision-making, and ethical decision making.

Related publications:

Welsh, D., & Ordóñez, L. D. Conscience without cognition: The effects of subconscious priming on automatic ethical behavior. (In Press) Academy of Management Journal.

Ordóñez, L. D., Schweitzer, M. E., Galinsky, A. D., & Bazerman, M. H. (2009). "Goals Gone Wild: The Systematic Side Effects of Overprescribing Goal Setting." Academy of Management Perspectives, 23(3), 82-87.

Kugler, Tamar, Terry Connolly and Lisa D. Ordóñez. 2012. “Emotion, Decision and Risk: Betting on Gambles vs. Betting on People.” Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 25(2): 123-134. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/bdm.724/abstract

Schweitzer, Maurice, Lisa D. Ordóñez and Bambi Douma. 2004. “The Dark Side of Goal Setting: The Role of Goals in Motivating Unethical Behavior.” The Academy of Management Journal 47(3): 422-432.