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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

Maryam Kouchaki

Professor Kouchaki seeks to understand the dynamic nature of moral decision-making.
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Hatim Rahman

Professor Rahman's recent research explores the form of control exerted by third-party evaluations over gig workers.
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Ivuoma Onyeador

In a new study, Professor Onyeador investigates the accuracy of perceptions of racial progress in America.
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Recent Management & Organization Research


The Invisible Cage: Workers’ Reactivity to Opaque Algorithmic Evaluations
Hatim Rahman, Administrative Science Quarterly, 2021
Ideology selectively shapes attention to inequality
Hannah Waldfogel, Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington, Oliver Hauser, Arnold Ho, Nour Kteily, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2021
Not seeing eye to eye: Challenges to building diverse environmental coalitions
Neil A Lewis, Green J Dorainne, Ajua Duker, Ivuoma Ngozi Onyeador, Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 2021
How to build a more open justice system
Adam Robert Pah, David L Schwartz, Sanga Sarath, Zachary D Clopton, Peter DiCola, RachelDavis Mersey, Charlotte S Alexander, Kristian J Hammond, Luis Amaral, Science, 2021
Movements, Societal Crisis, and Organizational Theory
Brayden King, Edward Carberry, Journal of Management Studies, 2021
Ethical Learning: The Workplace as a Moral Laboratory for Character Development
Isaac Smith, Maryam Kouchaki, Social Issues and Policy Review, 2021
Managing my shame: Examining the effect of parental identity threat and emotional stability on work productivity and investment in parenting
Rebecca Greenbaum, Yingli Deng, Marcus Butts, Cynthia Wang, Alexis Smith, Journal of Applied Psychology, 2021

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