Seminars and Events

2018-2019 Management and Organization Seminar Series

Seminars are typically on Fridays from 11:00AM to 12:30PM unless otherwise specified. 

FALL 2018 Distinguished Speakers
Date Speaker Presentation Title Room Host
9/7/18

Prof. Herman Aguinis

George Washington School of Business

Star Performers: Insights from Human Resources and Talent Management Research ACC 205 Prof. Tost, OB
9/21/18

Arthur Jago

USC Marshall School of Business

Technology and (In) Discrimination ACC 205 Prof. Fast, OB
9/28/18

Prof. Daniel Elfenbein

Olin Business School

The Impact of Socioeconomic and Cultural Differences on Online Trade ACC 205 Prof. Raffiee Strategy

Thurs., 10/18/18

2-3:30pm

Prof. Saras Sarasvathy

Darden School of Business

Effectuation: Past, Present, and Future with An Emphasis on the Present JFF 328 Prof. Harmeling

Tues., 10/30/18

2-3:30pm

Kate Odziemkowska

Wharton University of Penn.

Frenemies: Partner Selection in Firm-Activist Collaborations ACC 310 Prof. Mayer Strategy
11/2/18

Marco Testoni

UCLA

The Spatial Scope of Competition in the Market for Corporate Control: Evidence from Transportation Networks Data ACC 205 Prof. Raffiee Strategy

Mon., 11/5/18

2-3:30pm

Michael Y. Lee

Harvard Business School

Empowering Bureaucracy: Achieving Non-Hierarchical Control and Employee Autonomy Through Dynamic Formalized Roles ACC 303 Prof. Tost, OB
11/9/18

Julianna Pillemer

Wharton University of Penn.

Bounded Authenticity: The Paradox of Being Genuine in Professional Interactions ACC 205 Prof. Fast, OB

Mon., 11/12/18

2-3:30pm

Lindsey Cameron

Ross School, Michigan Univ.

Making Out While Driving: Control, Coordination and its Consequences for Algorithmic Labor ACC 205 Prof. Fast, OB
11/16/18

Britta Glennon

Carnegie Mellon University

How Do Restrictions on High-Skilled Immigration Affect Offshoring? Evidence from the H-1B Program ACC 205 Prof. Jia Strategy

Mon., 11/26/18

2-3:30pm

Alexandra Feldberg

Harvard Business School

Butchers, Bakers, and Barcharts: How Digitized Information Affects Gender Differences in Performance ACC 303 Prof. Tost, OB

Tues., 11/27/18

10:30am-12pm

Prof. Lauren Rivera

Kellogg School of Management

Scaling Down Inequality: Rating Scales, Gender Bias, and the Architecture of Evaluation  HOH 114 Prof. Townsend, OB
11/30/18

Kevin A. Hoff

University of Illinois

Find Your Passion or Develop It? A Meta-Analysis and Longitudinal Studies Examining Changes in Vocational Interests and Personality ACC 205 Prof. Tost, OB

Mon., 12/3/18

 

John Eklund

Wharton University of Penn.

The Knowledge-Incentive Trade-Off: Understanding the Relationship Between Organization Design and Innovation ACC 236 Prof. Mayer Strategy
Tues., 12/4/18

Hyo Kang

Berkeley

How Does Competition Affect Innovation? Evidence from U.S. Antitrust Cases

ACC

236

Prof. Raffiee Strategy
12/7/18

Serena Does

UCLA

Where There's Smoke... There's A Culture Problem: Public Perceptions of Gender Inequality Following a Sexual Harassment Allegation ACC 205

Prof. Wiltermuth, OB

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SPRING 2019 Distinguished Speakers
Date Speaker Presentation Title Room Host
1/11/19 

Prof. Ajay Agrawal

Rotman School of Management

Artificial Intelligence and Innovation: Machine Learning as Complement and Substitute for R&D Labor in Different Tasks                                                                             ACC 205 Prof. Fehder, Strategy
1/11/19  Prof. Ajay Agrawal 3:30pm - 4:30pm Book: The Simple Economics of Artificial Intelligence JKP 102 Prof. Fehder, Strategy
Wed., 1/23/19 11am-12:20pm

Jennifer Logg, Ph.D. Post-Doc Harvard University

Algorithm Appreciation: People Prefer Algorithmic To Human Judgment ACC 312 Prof. Fast, OB
1/25/19

Prof. Alfonso

Gambardella 

Bocconi University

Why Do "Scientific" Entrepreneurs (Successfully) Take More Time to Act? Evidence from  a Field Experiment ACC 205 Prof. Fehder, Strategy
Tues., 1/29/19 9:30am-11am

Prof. Damon Phillips

Columbia Business School 

Do Professional Single Women Face Glass Ceilings? Evidence of Dual Incongruity Penalties for Leadership Promotions in Early Careers. JKP 104 Prof. Yue, Strategy
2/1/19

Prof. Kathleen McGinn

Harvard Business School

Negotiating a Better Future: Negotiation Skills and Inter-generational Investment ACC 205 Prof. Townsend, OB
Thurs., 2/7/19

Prof. Wesley Sine

Johnson Graduate

School of Management

Halo Effect as a Double-Edge Sword: Status, Status Decline, and University Technology Licensing in China ACC 205 Prof. Raffiee, Strategy
2/8/19

Prof. Joseph Mahoney

Gies College of Business

Slavery by Another Name: Quality Shading in the Convict Lease System of the U.S. South, 1866-1933 ACC 205 Prof. Raffiee, Strategy
Tues., 2/12/19 9:30am-11am

Prof. Katherine Phillips 

Columbia Business School

Understanding and Capturing the Value of Diversity: A Special Look at Gender JKP 104 Prof. Wiltermuth, OB
2/15/19 10:30am-11:30am

Prof. Michael Leiblein

Ohio State University

Learning Curve Revisited: Strategic Implications for Early Movers Under Uncertainty and Optionality JFF 331 Prof. Miller, Greif
3/8/19

Prof. Ezra Zuckerman

MIT Sloan

Death of a Salesman but not the Sales Force: Reputational Entrepreneurship and the Efficiency of Scientific Valuation  ACC 205 Prof. Fehder, Strategy
3/22/19 10:30am-12:00pm

Prof. Howard Aldrich

University of North Carolina

Emerging Directions in Entrepreneurship Research JFF 331 Prof. Miller, Greif
3/29/19

Prof. Stuart Bunderson

Olin Business School

Dynamic Coordination in an Inter-Organizational Team of Teams: From System Integration to Integrated Pluralism ACC 205 Prof. Anicich, OB
4/19/19

Prof. Gabrielle Adams

University of Virginia

Subtraction Neglect ACC 205 Prof. Fast, OB
4/26/19

Prof. Katherine Milkman

Wharton, University of Pennsylvania

Creating Habits: The Tradeoff between Flexibility and Routinization ACC 236

Prof. Wiltermuth, OB

5/3/19

Prof. Steve Blader

NYU Stern

Your Status Becomes You (and why that matters) ACC 205 Prof. Anicich, OB
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