Winter 2022 Management & Organizations Seminar Series

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Date Time Location Speaker & Topic
Jan 10 11:45-12:45 Zoom

Vesall Nourani, Chicago

Learning to Teach by Learning to Learn

Jan 24 11:45-12:45 Zoom

Ranjay Gulati, HBS

Deep Purpose: The Heart and Soul of High-Performance Companies

Jan 31 11:45-12:45 Zoom

Heather Haveman, Berkeley

Obstacles to Gender Equality in the Tech Sector: The Norms and Practices that Hinder Work-Life Balance

Feb 7 11:45-12:45 B3570 and Zoom

Kelly Wilson, Purdue

Coping With and Without You: Examining Transitions in Employee Coping Profiles

Feb 14 11:45-12:45 B3570 and Zoom

Christopher Petsko, Duke

Through the Looking Glass: A Lens-Based Account of Intersectional Stereotyping

Feb 21 11:45-12:45 Zoom

Roberto Fernandez, MIT

Reflections on the Glass Ceiling

Mar 7 11:45-12:45 B3570 and Zoom

Bill McEvily, Toronto

The Effects of Piqued Curiosity on Boundary-Spanning Networking in Organizations

Mar 14 11:45-12:45 Zoom

Cydney Dupree, Yale

Crossing Status Divides: Stereotypes, Strategies, and Solutions

Mar 21 11:45-12:45 B3570 and Zoom


Cindy Muir, Notre Dame

Matches Measure: A Visual Scale of Job Burnout

Mar 28 11:45-12:45 B3570 and Zoom

Nuria Tolsá Caballero

Working Hard, Teaching Well: Learners Attain Better Outcomes from "Strivers" than from "Naturals"

Apr 4 11:45-12:45 B3570 and Zoom

Sukanya Roy, M&O

More Power to Whom? Contestation and Influence in Investor-State Dispute Settlement 

Apr 11 11:45-12:45 B3570 and Zoom

Elizabeth Trinh, M&O

A Sneaking Suspicion: Perceptions of Managerial Information Withholding and Counterproductive Employee Behaviors