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Kellogg Management & Organizations Department

The Management & Organizations (MORS) Department is recognized as one of the top departments of its kind in the world. Faculty are engaged in cutting-edge research and world-class teaching in the science of management and organizational behavior.

The faculty have diverse backgrounds and degrees in management and organizational behavior, strategy and organizations, industrial and organizational psychology, social psychology, and sociology. They are leaders in developing new, evidence-based knowledge about management practice, and in teaching essential management skills. 

The faculty are leaders in teaching essential management skills and developing new, scientifically rigorous knowledge about management practice.

Their research spans a broad range of areas, including: negotiations, conflict resolution, individual and organizational decision-making, and power. Additionally, faculty members work to advance basic research in their respective disciplines and are committed to hiring, tenuring, and retaining outstanding junior faculty.


 

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Featured Faculty Members

Klaus Weber

Grounded in cultural and institutional analysis, Professor Weber's research explores social movements, organizations, and sustainability.
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Nour Kteily

Recent research from Professor Kteily highlights ideology’s polarizing power to shape whose accomplishments we promote.
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Jillian Chown

Professor Chown's current research explores the contested process of “best practice” implementation.
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Recent Management & Organization Research


Thinking Broad and Deep: Why Some Directors Exert an Outsized Influence on Strategic Change in Newly Public Firms
Razvan Lungeanu, Edward Zajac, Organization Science, 2019
Organizations and institutional complexity: An open polity perspective
Daniel Wäger, Klaus Weber, Academy of Management Review, 2019
Scaling Down Inequality: Rating Scales, Gender Bias, and the Architecture of Evaluation
Lauren Rivera, Andras Tilcsik, American Sociological Review, 2019
Political Ideology Shapes the Amplification of the Accomplishments of Disadvantaged vs. Advantaged Group Members
Nour Kteily, Matthew Rocklage, Kaylene McClanahan, Arnold Ho, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2019
Creative Expertise is Associated with Transcending the Here and Now
Meyer Meghan, Hal Hershfield, Adam Waytz, Judith Mildner, Diana Tamir, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2019
Women who win prizes get less money and prestige
Yifang Ma, Teresa Woodruff, Brian Uzzi, Nature, 2019
Large teams develop and small teams disrupt science and technology
Lingfei Wu, Dashun Wang, James A. Evans, Nature, 2019

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