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Steve Werner, Ph.D.
Professor of Management
Director of European Study Abroad Programs
Department of Management
Bauer College of Business
University of Houston
Houston, TX 77204-6283
713-743-4672 (voice)
713-743-4652 (fax)
swerner@uh.edu

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Education

 

Ph.D.

University of Florida 
Department of Management 
Human Resource Management 

August, 1993

 

 

 

 

 

 

M.B.A.

San Jose State University

December, 1986

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.A.

San Jose State University
Mathematics/Computer Science 

May, 1985

 

 

 

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Books

Jackson, S.E., Schuler, R.S., & Werner, S.  2012. Managing Human Resources, 11th Edition.  Mason, OH: Cengage/Southwestern Publishers.

 

Jackson, S.E., Schuler, R.S., & Werner, S.  2009. Managing Human Resources, 10th Edition.  Mason, OH: Cengage/Southwestern Publishers.

 

Gomez-Mejia, L.R., and Werner, S. (Editors)  2008. Global Compensation: Foundations and Perspectives. London, UK: Routledge.

 

Werner, S. (Editor) 2007.  Managing Human Resources in North America: Current Issues and Perspectives.  London, UK: Routledge.

 

 

Articles

 

Werners, S., Kuiate, C.S., Noland, T., and Francia, A.   [in press].  Benefits and Strategic Outcomes:  Are Supplemental Retirement Plans and Safer Driving Related in the U.S. Trucking Industry?  Human Resource Management.

 

Werner, S.  [in press].  How to Maximize the Value of Evidence-Based Decision Making and Minimize the Costs.  WorldatWork Journal,.

 

Vera, D., Nemanich, L., Velez-Castrillon, S., and Werner, S.  [in press].  Knowledge-Based and Contextual Factors Associated with R&D Teams’ Improvisation Capability.  Journal of Management.

 

Vera, D., Crossan, M, Rerup, C., and Werner, S.  [in press].  “Thinking Before Acting” or “Acting Before Thinking”:  Antecedents of Individual Action Propensity in Work Situations.  Journal of Management Studies.

 

Mero, N.P., Guidice, R.M., and Werner, S.  [in press].  A Field Study of the Antecedents and Performance Consequences of Perceived Accountability. Journal of Management.

 

Werner, S., & Werner, N.  2012.  Compensation Professionals Should Know About 10 Recent Academic Studies. WorldatWork Journal, 21(4): 1-13. 

 

Werner, S.  2011.  High Performance Work Systems in the Global Context:  A Commentary Essay. Journal of Business Research, Vol. 64 Issue 8: 919-921.

 

Aguinis, H., Werner, S., Abbott, J.A.,  Angert, C., Park, J. H. & Kohlhausen, D.  2010. Customer-centric Science: Reporting Significant Research Results with Rigor, Relevance, and Practical Impact in Mind.  Organizational Research Methods, 13: 515-539.

 

Werner, S., & Werner, N.  2010.  Three Indications Your Company Has Performance Management Issues.  Workspan, 53 (4): 36-41.

 

Werner, S., & Werner, N.  2009.  Three Indications Your Company Has External Inequity Issues.  Workspan, 52 (9): 66-70.

 

Werner, S. 2008.  Managing Human Resources in North America: Current Issues and New Directions for Research. International Journal of Human Resource Management,19(8): 1395-1396.

 

Brouthers, K.D., Brouthers, L.E., and Werner, S.  2008. Resource-Based Advantages in an International Context. Journal of Management, 34(2): 189-217.

 

Brouthers, K.D., Brouthers, L.E., and Werner, S. 2008. Real Options, International Entry Mode Choices and Performance. Journal of Management Studies., 45(5): 936-960.

 

Brouthers, L.E., Lascu, D., and Werner, S. 2008. Competitive Irrationality in Transitional Economies: Are Communist Managers Less Irrational?  Journal of Business Ethics, 83: 397-408.

 

Werner, S., Praxedes, M., & Kim, H.G.  2007.  The Reporting of Nonresponse Analyses in Survey Research.  Organizational Research Methods, 10(2): 287-295. 

 

Miller, B.K., & Werner, S. 2007.  Predictors of Helping Behavior Toward Workers with Disabilities.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 37(11): 2660-2687.

 

Werner, S., Tosi, H.L., & Gomez-Mejia, L.R.  2005. Organizational Governance and Employee Pay:  How Ownership Structure Affects the Firm's Compensation Strategy. Strategic Management Journal, 26(4): 377-384.

 

Konopaske, R., & Werner, S.  2005. US Managers’ Willingness to Accept a Global Assignment: Do Expatriate Benefits and Assignment Length Make A Difference?  International Journal of Human Resource Management. ,16(7): 1159-1175.

 

Miller, B.K., & Werner, S. 2005. Factors influencing the inflation of task performance ratings for workers with disabilities and contextual performance ratings for their co-workers.  Human Performance, 18(3): 309-329.

 

Gomez, C., and Werner, S. 2004.  The Effect of Institutional and Strategic Forces on Management Style in Subsidiaries of U.S. MNCs in Mexico.  Journal of Business Research, 57(10): 1135-1145.

 

Werner, S., & Ward, S.  2004.  Recent Developments in Compensation Research: An Eclectic Review. Human Resource Management Review, 14(2), 201-227.

Ward, S., & Werner, S.  2004.  Ten Recent Academic Studies You Should Know About.  WorldatWork Journal, 13(1): 62-71.

Brouthers, K.D., Brouthers, L.E., and Werner, S.  2003.  Transaction Cost Enhanced Entry Mode Choices and Firm Performance. Strategic Management Journal, 24(12): 1239-1248.

 

Werner, S.  2002.  Recent Developments in International Management Research:  A Review of the the Top 20 Management Journals.  Journal of Management, 28(3): 277-306.

 

Werner, S. & Brouthers, L.E.  2002. How International is Management?  Journal of International Business Studies, 33(3): 583-592.

 

Konopaske, R., Werner, S., and Neupert, K.  2002. Entry Mode Strategy and Performance:  The Role of FDI Staffing.   Journal of Business Research, 55(9): 759-770.

 

Konopaske, R., and Werner, S.  2002.  Equity in Non-North American Contexts:  Adapting Equity Theory to the New Global Environment. Human Resource Management Review, 12(3): 405-418.

 

Brouthers, K.D., Brouthers, L.E., and Werner, S.  2002.  Industrial Sector, Perceived Environmental Uncertainty and Entry Mode Choice.  Journal of Business Research, 55(6): 495-507.

 

Werner, S., and Ward, S.G.  2001. Cutting Through the Fog of Academic Writing: Ten Studies Worth Deciphering.  WorldatWork Journal, 10(1): 47-55.

 

Brouthers, K.D., Brouthers, L.E., and Werner, S.  2001. R&D Mode Choices in Central and Eastern Europe. Journal of Business Research, 52: 83-91.

 

Brouthers, K.D., Brouthers, L.E., & Werner, S.  2000. Influences on Strategic Decision Making in the Dutch Financial Services Industry.  Journal of Management, 26(5): 863-884.

 

Werner, S., and Ones, D. 2000.  Determinants of Perceived Pay Inequities: The Effects of Comparison Other Characteristics and Organizational Communication. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 30(6): 1281-1309.

 

Werner, S., Konopaske, R., and Gemeinhardt, G.  2000. The Effects of United Way Membership on Employee Pay in Nonprofit Organizations.  Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 11(1): 35-48.

 

Tosi, H.L., Werner, S., Katz, J.P, and Gomez-Mejia, L.R. 2000. The Determinants of CEO compensation: A Meta-analysis of Firm Size and Performance.   Journal of Management, Vol. 26(2), 301-339.

 

Brouthers, L.E., Werner, S., and Matulich, E.  2000.  The Influence of Triad Nations’ Environments on Price-Quality Product Strategies and MNC Performance.  Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 31(1), 39-62.

 

Wayhan, V., & Werner, S.  2000.  The Impact of Downsizing on Financial Performance: A Longitudinal Perspective.  Journal of Management,Vol. 26(2), 341-363.

 

Brouther, L.E., Brouthers, K.D., and Werner, S.  2000.  Perceived Environmental Uncertainty, Entry Mode Choice, and Satisfaction with MNC Performance.  British Journal of Management, 11(3): 183-195.

 

Brouthers, L.E., Brouthers, K.D., and Werner, S.  1999.  Is Dunning's Eclectic Theory Descriptive or Normative?  Journal of International Business Studies, #30(4), 831-844.

 

Werner, S., and Mero, N.P.  1999. Fair or Foul?: The Effects of External, Internal, and Employee Equity on Changes in Performance of Major League Baseball Players. Human Relations, 52(10), 1291-1311.

 

Werner, S., Konopaske, R., and Touhey, C.  1999. Caveat Emptor: Ten Questions to ask Yourself About Compensation Surveys.  Compensation and Benefits Review, 31(3): 54-59.

 

Katz, J.P., Werner, S., and Brouthers, L.E.  1999.  Does “Winning” Mean the Same Thing Around the World?: National Ideology and the Performance of Global Competitors. Journal of Business Research, 44(2): 117-126.

 

Werner, S.  1997. Ten Questions to Ask About Compensation and Benefits Research.  ACA(American Compensation Association Journal, 6: 56-65.

 

Werner, S., Brouthers, L.E., and Brouthers, K.D.  1996. International Risk and Perceived Environmental Uncertainty:  The Internal Consistency of Miller's Measure. Journal of International Business Studies, 27: 571-589.

 

Brouthers, L.E., Werner, S., and Wilkinson, T.  1996. The Aggregate Impact of Firms' FDI Strategies on the Trade Balances of Home Countries.  Journal of International Business Studies, 27(2): 359-373.

 

Werner, S., Brouthers, L.E., and Gemeinhardt, G.  1996.  Reexamining the Determinants of the Location of Foreign Direct Investment Within the United States:  An Empirical Synthesis by Industry and Country of Origin.  Journal of International Management, 2(2): 127-147.

 

Brouthers, K.D., Brouthers, L.E., and Werner, S.  1996.  Dunning's Eclectic Theory and the Smaller Firm:  The Impact of Ownership and Locational Advantages on the Choice of Entry Modes in the Computer Software Industry. International Business Review, 5(4): 377-394.

 

Werner, S., and Tosi, H.L.  1995. Other People's Money:  The Effects of Ownership on Compensation Strategy and Managerial Pay.  Academy of Management Journal, 38(6).

 

Werner, S., and Gemeinhardt, G.  1995. Nonprofit Organizations:  What Factors Determine Pay Levels?  Compensation and Benefits Review, September-October, pp. 53-60.

 

Fisher, B.D., Motowidlo, S.J., and Werner, S.  1993. Evidence of a Glass Ceiling: Effects of Gender and Other Factors on the Rank of Law Professors in Colleges of Business.  Journal of Business Ethics, 12, pp. 771-778.

 

Motowidlo, S. J., Dunnette, M. D., Carter, G. W., Tippins, N., Werner, S.,  Burnett, J. R., and Vaughan, M. J.  1992.  Studies of the Structured Behavioral Interview. Journal of Applied Psychology, 77(5) pp. 571-587.

 

Brouthers, L. E., and Werner, S.  1990.  Are the Japanese Good Global Competitors?  Columbia Journal of World Business, 25(3), pp. 5-11.

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Presentations

Balkin, D.B., Roussel, P., and Werner, S.  Extrinisic Rewards and Autonomy: Implications for Rewarding Creativity.  Paper presented at the 2013 Academy of Management Conference, Orlando, Florida, August.

 

Latheef, Z.I., and Werner, S.  Organizational Dissonance:  Development of a New Construct.  Paper presented at the 2013 Academy of Management Conference, Orlando, Florida, August.

 

Vera, D., Rerup, C., Crossan, M., and Werner, S.  Planning and Improvisation:  Reconciling Cognitive and Behavioral Perspectives on Action.  Paper presented at the 2010 Academy of Management Conference, Montreal, Canada, August.

 

Dutch, M.A., and Werner, S. 2005.  Contingent Application:  The Key for Best Practice Success.  Paper presented at the 2005 Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu, August.

 

Konopaske, R. and Werner, S. 2003. Benefits Policy and Managers Accepting Global Assignments.  Paper presented at the 2003 Academy of Management Conference, Seattle, August.

 

Dutch, M.A., and Werner, S. 2003.  Do Firm Strategy and Culture Predict the Use of High Involvement HRM Practices.  Paper presented at the 2003 Academy of Management Conference. Seattle, August.

 

Gomez, C. and Werner, S.  2002. The Effect of Strategic and Institutional Forces on Management Style in Subsidiaries of  U.S. MNCS in Mexico. Paper presented at the 2002 Academy of International Business Conference in Puerto Rico, June.

 

Werner, S., and DeFrank, R.  2000. The Psychological Consequences of Self-reported Organizational Citizenship Behaviors:  Does Organizational Rank Matter?  Paper presented at the 2000 Academy of Management Meetings, Toronto, Canada, August

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Brouthers, L.E., Brouthers, K.D, and Werner, S. 1999. Perceived Environmental Uncertainty, Entry Mode Choice and Satisfaction with MNC Performance. Paper presented at the 1999 Academy of Management Meetings, Chicago, IL, August.

 

Werner, S., Konopaske, R., and Gemeinhardt, G. 1999. The Effects of United Way Membership on Employee Pay in Nonprofit Organizations. Paper presented at the 1999 Academy of Management Meetings, Chicago, IL, August.

 

Werner, S., Brouthers, L.E., Brouthers, K.D, and Murray, B. 1998. An Exploration of Whether Dunning’s Eclectic Theory is Descriptive or Normative: Does it Predict the Best or Most Common Entry Modes? Paper presented at the 1998 Academy of Management Meetings, San Diego, California, August.

 

Werner, S., Brouthers, L. E., and Brouthers, K.D. 1997. The Relationship Between EntryMode Choice, Perceived Environmental Uncertainty and Industrial Sector. Paper presented at the 1997 Academy of Management Meetings, Boston, Massachusetts, August.

 

Werner, S., Ward, S., and Phillips, J. 1996. The Multiple Dimensions of Compensation: A Model of Valence. Paper presented at the 1996 Academy of Management Meetings, Cincinnati, Ohio, August.

 

Tosi, H.L., and Werner, S. 1995. Managerial Discretion and the Design of Compensation Strategy. Paper presented at the 1995 Academy of Management Meetings, Vancouver, Canada, August.

 

Werner, S., and Mero, N.P. 1994. Fair or Foul?: The Effects of External, Internal, and Employee Equity on Changes in Performance of Major League Baseball Players. Paper presented at the 1994 Academy of Management Meetings, Dallas, Texas, August.

 

Gemeinhardt, G., and Werner, S. 1994. Determinants of Compensation in Nonprofit Organizations: Are They the Same for Nonprofit and For-profit Firms? Paper presented at the 1994 Academy of Management Meetings, Dallas, Texas, August.

 

Katz, J.P., Werner, S., and Brouthers, L.E. 1994. Country Goal Orientation Differences of Global Competitors: An Empirical Assessment of U.S., Japanese, and EC Banks. Paper presented at the Centers for International Business Education Research conference, Durham, NC, February.

 

Brouthers, K.D., Brouthers, L.E., Lascu, D., and Werner, S. 1993. An Integrating Model of International Entry-Mode Selection: The Case of the Com puter Software Industry. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Meeting, Hawaii, October.

 

Tosi, H.L., Katz, J., and Werner, S. 1993. An Approach to the Analysis of Cross-National Differences in Firm Pay Strategies. Invited presentation for special seminar at University of Cambridge, England, July.

 

Katz, J. P., and Werner, S. 1992. Bases of Competitive Advantage in Global Services: An Empirical Assessment of International Financial Services. Paper presented at the National Academy of Management Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

Werner, S., and Brouthers, L. E. 1991. International Aspects of Compensation: A Propositional Framework for Examining Cross-National Differentials. Paper Presented at the National Academy of Management Meeting, Miami, Florida.

 

Brouthers, L. E., Werner, S., and Brouthers, K. D. 1991. The Influence of Foreign Direct Investment on Import/Export Activity in the American States. Paper presented at the National Academy of International Business Meeting, Miami, Florida.

 

Katz, J. P., Werner, S., and Brouthers, L. E. 1991.  National Bases of Competitive Advantage in International Banking Strategy: A Propositional Framework. Paper presented at the Southern Management Association Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.


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Teaching experience

MANA 8345 - Seminar in Management Research Methods. 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005-2014.

This Doctoral course teaches students the essentials of conducting research in the social sciences.Topics include overview of qualitative methods, an overview of quantitative methods, research ethics, and publishing scholarly work.  University of Houston.

MANA 8330 - Seminar in Management Research. 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004-2013. This Doctoral course teaches students the essentials of conducting research in the social sciences. Topics include philosophy of social science, theory building, causality analysis, overviews of statistical methods, overview of qualitative methods, and an overview of psychometric theory. University of Houston.

MANA 8241/8242/8243 - Research Methods in Management.    1996-1997. These three Doctoral Level courses are designed to teach students the fundamentals of research in the social sciences. Topics include philosophy of social science, theory building, causality analysis, overviews of statistical methods, overview of qualitative methods, and an overview of psychometric theory. University of Houston.

MANA 7397 - Human Resource Management in the Oil & Gas Sector.  2013.

This MBA elective focuses on the effective management of people at working in the oil and gas sector.  Topics covered include international aspects of the HR environment, recruiting, planning, selection, compensation, performance appraisal, training, and labor relations in the sector. University of Houston.

 

MANA 7397 – Current Issues in Human Resource Management.  2007.

This MBA elective focuses on current issues and topics in human resource management. Topics covered include strategic HRM, HRM and ethics, new legal developments, the high costs of benefits, and outsourcing. University of Houston.

MANA 7397 - Global Human Resource Management.  2000- 2013.

This MBA elective focuses on international aspects of HRM.  The course covers cross-national differences in HRM as well as HRM in Multinational companies.  The course also includes a trip to Berlin, Germany. University of Houston.

MANA 7397 - International Human Resource Management.  2009.

This MBA elective focuses on international aspects of HRM.  The course covers cross-national differences in HRM as well as HRM in Multinational companies.  University of Houston.

 

MANA 7397 - Doing Business in Germany.  2001- 2007.

This MBA elective focuses on business practices in Germany. The course covers accounting, finance, marketing, information systems, and management in Germany.  The course also includes a trip to Berlin, Germany.  University of Houston.

MANA 7358 - Compensation Administration.  1995,1997,2000, 2001, 2011.

This MBA elective focuses on applied issues in the compensation of employees. Topics covered included equity, job evaluation, wage structures, merit pay, executive compensation, benefits, and compensation strategy. University of Houston.

 

MANA 7353 – Regional Issues in Global Management: Eastern Europe.  2008, 2010- 2013.

This MBA elective focuses on business practices in Czech Republic within the larger context of Eastern Europe. The course covers accounting, finance, marketing, information systems, and management in Germany.  University of Houston.

 

MANA 7336 - Human Resource Management.  1993-1996,1998-2000, 2002, 2004 -2013.

This MBA elective focuses on the effective management of people at work. Topics covered includes the HR environment, recruiting, planning, selection, compensation, performance appraisal, training, and labor relations.  University of Houston.

 

MANA 6332 – Organizational Behavior   2007-2011.

This EMBA core course focuses on the effective management of people at work by examining how individuals, groups, and structure affect behaviors in organizations. Topics covered include personality, affect, motivation, leadership, communication, performance management, negotiation, power and politics, and organizational culture.University of Houston.

 

MANA 6330 - International Environment of Business.  1998,1999,2001.

This MBA core course focuses on the important issues of international business.  Topics covered include globalization, country differences, culture, international trade theories, trading systems, monetary systems, global strategies, entry modes, global marketing, and global human resource management. University of Houston.

 

MANA 4397 - Surviving Organizational Politics.  2001-2004.

This undergraduate elective focuses on social and political forces in organizations.  Topics covered include power, influence, persuasion, impression management, and individual and organizational sources of power.  University of Houston.

 

MANA  4358 - Compensation Decision-Making.  1995-1999,2001.

This undergraduate elective focuses on applied topics in the compensation of employees. The course covers key decisions in creating an effective compensation system.  University of Houston.

 

MANA 4330 - Intro to Human Resource Management.  2001.

This undergraduate elective focuses on the effective management of people at work. Topics covered includes the HR environment, staffing, compensation and benefits, performance appraisal, training, labor relations and career development.  University of Houston.

 

MANA 3344 - Industrial Relations.  1993-1997,1999-2000.

This undergraduate elective focused on the relationship between employers and unions. Topics covered included labor law, the evolution of American Labor, union structures, collective bargaining, and union organizing. University of Houston.

 

MANA 3335 - Introduction to Organizational Behavior and Management.  2004.

This undergraduate core course is designed to familiarize students with general management concepts, theories, and practices. Course topics include the business environment, ethical behavior and social responsibility,  strategic management, human resource management, leadership, motivation, and business communication. University of Houston

 

MAN 4201 - Organization Theory.  1991, 1992.

This  undergraduate elective focused on the macro aspects of organizations. Topics covered included organization environment, technology, bureaucracy, structure, control, power and politics, and strategy. University of Florida.

 

MAN 6905 - Compensation Administration.  1991.

This MBA elective focused on applied issues in the compensation of employees. Topics covered included equity, job evaluation, wage structures, merit pay, executive compensation, benefits, and compensation strategy. University of Florida.

 

MAN 4310 - Human Resource Management.  1992.

This undergraduate elective focused on the effective management of people at work. Topics covered included the HR environment, recruiting, planning, selection, compensation, performance appraisal, training, and labor relations. University of Florida.

 

MAN 4930 - International Management.  1992.

This undergraduate elective covered topics including the differences in the human resources, strategies, structures, and organizational behaviors across countries and between domestic and multinational firms. University of Florida.

 

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Industry experience

International Production Planner 1988-1989

National Semiconductor Corp. Santa Clara, CA

Production planning for four semiconductor wafer fabrication plants located in Arlington - Texas, Salt Lake City - Utah, the United Kingdom, and Penang, Malaysia. Production planning included production scheduling, output analysis, capacity analysis, and production evaluation.

 

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Awards

Melcher Service Award, Bauer College of Business, University of Houston, 2008-2009 academic year.

 

Bauer Faculty Fellowship, Bauer College of Business, University of Houston.  Effective 2001-2004.

Melcher Research Award, College of Business Administration, University of Houston, 1999-2000 academic year.

CBA Partner Faculty Honor Award in Research, University of Houston, 1998-1999 academic year.

Halliburton Faculty Research Award, College of Business Administration, University of Houston, 1997-1998 academic year.

Melcher Faculty Research Fellow, College of Business Administration, University of Houston, 1996-1997 academic year.

Halliburton Faculty Teaching Award, College of Business Administration, University of Houston, 1995-1996 academic year.

Finalist - TIMS 1992 College of Organization Best Dissertation Proposal Award.
 

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Service

Reviewing

Journals
Editorial Board Member -- Journal of Management, 2000-2002; 2008-present.

Editorial Board Member – Journal of Management Studies, 2008-present.
Editorial Board Member - International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2013-present.

Editorial Board Member – Journal of Business Research, 2008-present.
Editorial Board Member -- Human Resource Management, 2004-present.
Editorial Board Member -- Human Resource Management Review, 2003-present.
Ad hoc reviewer for Academy of Management Journal,
Ad hoc reviewer for Academy of Management Review,

Ad hoc reviewer for American Compensation Association Journal,
Ad hoc reviewer for Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal,

Ad hoc reviewer for Economic Modelling,

Ad hoc reviewer for European Management Journal,

Ad hoc reviewer for Field Methods,

Ad hoc reviewer for Human Resource Management,

Ad hoc reviewer for Human Resource Management Journal,

Ad hoc reviewer for Human Resource Management Review,

Ad hoc reviewer for IEEE Transactions,
Ad hoc reviewer for Industrial and Corporate Change,

Ad hoc reviewer for Industrial & Labor Relations Review,

Ad hoc reviewer for Industrial Relations,

Ad hoc reviewer for International Business Review,
Ad hoc reviewer for International Executive,

Ad hoc reviewer for International Journal of Human Resource Management,

Ad hoc reviewer for International Journal of Manpower,

Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Business Research,

Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of International Business Studies,
Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Management,

Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Management Studies,

Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Managerial Issues,
Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Managerial Psychology,

Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Sport Management,

Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of World Business,

Ad hoc reviewer for Leadership Quarterly,

Ad hoc reviewer for Multinational Business Review,
Ad hoc reviewer for Nonprofit Management and Leadership,
Ad hoc reviewer for Organizational Research Methods,

Ad hoc reviewer for Social Science Quarterly,
Ad hoc reviewer for Southern Business and Economic Journal,

Ad hoc reviewer for Strategic Management Journal,
Ad hoc reviewer for Thunderbird International Business Review,

Ad hoc reviewer for Workspan.

Ad hoc reviewer for WorldatWork Journal.


Conferences
Reviewer for HR Division of Academy of Management Meetings, 2005-1994.
Reviewer for IM Division of Academy of Management Meetings, 1997, 2002.
 

Committees

Professional Committees

Academy of Management, HR Division Executive Committee, 2001-2004; 2008-2011.
Academy of Management, HR Division International Scholarship Award Committee (Member), 2008-2011.

Academy of Management, HR Division Task Force on Member retention (Chair), 2005-2006.

Academy of Management, HR Division International Committee (Chair), 1999-2001, 2008-2010.
Academy of Management, HR Division International Committee (member), 2001-2003.
Academy of Management, HR Division Information Technologies Committee (Chair), 2000.
Academy of Management, HR Division Information Technologies Committee (member), 2001-2002.
Academy of Management, HR Division Sponsorship Committee (Chair), 2003-2004.
Academy of Management, HR Division Membership Committee, 2003-2004.
Academy of Management, HR Division Social Committee (Chair), 2002-2003.
Academy of Management, HR Division Scholarly Achievement Award Committee, 1998.
Academy of Management, Placement Committee, 1998-2001.

 

University Committees
University Graduate and Professional Studies Council, 2008-2014.

University System Compensation Committee, 2006-2010.
University Benefits Committee, 1999-2005; 2013-present.
University Sexual Harassment Board, 2001-present.

University Commencement Speaker Search Committee, 2001-2002.

University Research Awards Committee, 1996-1999.

College of Business Administration Committees
College Strategic Planning Committee, 2009-2010.

College Graduate Grievance Committee, Chair, 2010.
Ph.D. Curriculum Committee, 2000-2009.
Ad hoc Merit Review Committee, 1998-2000.
Academic Honesty Committee, 1993-present.

College Awards Committee, 2001-2002.
Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 1996-1997.

SHRM Student Chapter Faculty Advisor, 2008-2010.

Department of Management Committees
Ad hoc Committee to Review Ph.D. Program and Curriculum, 1993-1994.
Ad hoc Committee to Review Creation of M.S.H.R.M. Degree, 1995-1996.
Ad hoc Committee to Investigate Utilization of Departmental Funds, 1995.
Ad hoc Committee to Develop Doctoral Research Methodology Course, 1995-1996.
Ad hoc Committee to Interview HRM Applicants, 1996.
Ad hoc Recruiting Committee, 2000.
Ph.D. Program Admissions Committee, Chair, 2000-2009.
Ph.D. Program Prelim Exam Committee, Chair, 2001-2009.
Ad hoc Journal Evaluation Committee, 2002, 2006, 2009.
 

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Revised November, 2012.