University of Southern California

Robyn Walker
Associate Professor of Clinical Management Communication

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

Phone: 
213-821-5444
Education: 
PhD, MS, University of Utah; MBA, University of Phoenix, BA, Boise State University

Overview

Robyn Walker studies communication and decision making in teams. Her research has been published in the American Communication Journal, International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, and Business Communication Quarterly. In 2005-2006, she was a Mellon Fellow.

Research

Women Doing Leadership: The Double Bind and Leadership Styles 2015
BCOM 2014
Strategic Management Communication for Leaders 2014
Leadership Styles in Multicultural Groups: Americans and East Asians Working Together 2014
Leadership Talk: A Discourse Approach to Leader Emergence. 2014
BCOM 5th Edition 2013
Three Leadership Communication Styles 2012
The effects of leadership style on intercultural group communication in decision-making meetings 2012
Discourse Perspectives on Organizational Communication 2012
Introduction 2012
Cross-cultural leadership styles 2010
Cognitive organization and identity maintenance in cross-cultural teams: A discourse analysis of decision-making meetings 2010
Cognitive organization and identity maintenance in cross-cultural teams: A discourse analysis of decision-making meetings 2009
The Effects of Team Composition on Multicultural Group Performance 2007
The Effects of Team Composition on the Performance in Decision-making Meetings. 2007
Multicultural Team Dynamics and Attitudes about Group Work 2007
A Videotaped Interaction Analysis of Member Contribution in Multicultural Groups 2006
Leadership in Intercultural Dialogue: A Discursive Approach