Faculty Research

Management faculty at UConn’s School of Business are known internationally for their research in team dynamics, leadership, corporate strategy, creativity, virtual relationship in organizations, entrepreneurship, social networks analysis, training interventions, work-family interface, gender and entrepreneurship, diversity in the workplace, risk taking, and human resource management. Our work has been published in the top academic management journals, including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Science, Strategic Management Journal, and Management Science. The Department tied for the number 1 ranking in scholarly productivity for the most recent time frame (2008-2013) by Academic Analytics and counts a member among the Academy of Management Fellows. Faculty research is theoretically and empirically rigorous, while providing solutions to relevant to organizational, community, national, and global problems.

 
Entrepreneurial Thinking; Opportunity Identification, Assessment and Capture
Founder CEOs
Small to medium-sized, closely-held businesses
 
Leadership and leadership development
Interpersonal processes within teams
Employee proactive behavior and creativity
 
Entrepreneurial entry and survival
Corporate strategy and flexibility
Employee & Team Creativity
Team Effectiveness
Virtual Teams
Leadership
Leading Change
 
Intra-Organizational Social Networks
Employee Creativity and Innovation
Negative Workplace Relationships
Organizational & Leadership Ambidexterity
Organizational Change
Leadership Development
Strategic Human Resource Management
Policy and Program Evaluation
 
Social context for creativity at work
Job design and the creative process
Gender, negotiations and creativity
 
Teamwork
Leadership
Organizational Behavior
Multi-level Theories, Designs, and Analyses
Strategy in the Digital Economy
Commercialization in Learning Organizations
Technology Entrepreneurship
Digital Ecosystem
Emerging Technologies: Block Chain, Big Data, VR/AR, IoT
Entrepreneurial Investment
 
Gender issues in the workplace
Work and family
Strategic Human Resource Management
Executive Compensation
Time Horizon in Strategic Management
Management Teams
 
International business and emerging markets
Foreign direct investment
 
Long-term corporate investments
Organization design and sustainability
Organizational Learning Supports
Developing & Leading Millennials
Accelerating & Enhancing Learning Transfer