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Gail Berger Darlow

EXECUTIVE EDUCATION
Assistant Professor of Instruction, Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, McCormick School of Engineering
Assistant Professor of Executive Education

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Gail Berger is an Assistant Professor of Instruction at the McCormick School of Engineering and Assistant Professor of Executive Education (Courtesy) at the Kellogg School of Management. She brings academic and professional experience in the areas of conflict resolution, leadership development, succession planning and team building. She has consulted to small firms, Fortune 500 companies, and non-profit organizations. Her consulting work focuses on executive assessments, succession planning, leadership development and teambuilding. Some of the organizations she has worked with include Driehaus Capital Management, Grant Thornton, Jewish Federation of Chicago, Lockheed Martin, Masco, McDonalds, and Safer Foundation.



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Articles
Harrington, Brynn, Gail Berger Darlow and Mindy Douthit. 2010. Self Construal and Positioning of CSR Initiatives: Key Factors Influencing Employee Perceptions and Participation. International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability. 6(5): 211-226.
Medvec, VictoriaGail Berger Darlow, Katie A. Liljenquist and Margaret A. Neale. 2004. Is a Meeting Worth the Time? Barriers to Effective Group Decision Making in Organizations. Research on Managing Groups and Teams. 6: 213-233.
Savitsky, Kenneth, Thomas D. Gilovich, Gail Berger Darlow and Victoria Medvec. 2003. Is Our Absence as Conspicuous as We Think? Overestimating the Salience and Impact of One's Absence From a Group. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 39(4): 386-392.
Working Papers
Darlow, Gail Berger and Victoria Medvec. 2004. The illusion of transparency in transmittal.
Book Chapters
Medvec, VictoriaGail Berger Darlow, Katie A. Liljenquist and Margaret A. Neale. 2003. "Is a Meeting Worth the Time? Barriers to Effective Group Decision Making in Organizations." In Research on Managing Groups and Teams: Time in Groups, edited by Sally Blount, vol. 6, 213-233. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
Cases
Darlow, Gail Berger and Mary Kern. Negotiation's Case: Papa Pagone's Pizzeria.

 
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Full-Time / Evening & Weekend MBA
Leadership in Organizations (MORSL-420-0)
The Leadership in Organizations course is designed to enhance your ability to effectively build and lead high-performing organizations. This introductory course will integrate fundamental insights from the behavioral & social sciences to provide you with a set of strategies & techniques to build social capital, build & leverage diverse teams, navigate complex organizational dynamics, and execute strategic change in organizations.