OBHR Division Visitors 2013

Jochem Kroezen | PhD Candidate| Erasmus University Rotterdam

Jochem (JJ) is currently the PhD Candidate at Erasmus Research Institute of Management, and his research interest is in the bidirectional relationship between organizations and society. His PhD research focuses on change in established industries and demonstrates how industry history can function as a resource for social movements and entrepreneurial activity. He has expertise in qualitative research methods (NVIVO), multilevel event-history analysis, and meta analysis. [June 21 - August 19, 2013]

Gregoire Bollmann | Senior Researcher & Part-time Lecturer | University of Lausanne

Gregoire is currently the senior researcher and part-time lecturer at Faculty of Business and Economic (HEC Lausanne). His research interests evolve around workplace aggressive and unethical behaviors, organizational justice, just-world beliefs and work group climates. [April 2013]

Margaret Shih | Associate Professor in Management & Organizations | UCLA Anderson School of Management

Margaret Shih is an Associate Professor in Management and Organizations at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Her research focuses on the effects of diversity in organizations. In particular, she focuses on social identity and the psychological effects of stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination and stigma in organizations [Late March - June 2013]

Christian Tröster | Assistant Professor of Leadership & Organizations Behavior | Kühne Logistics University

In September 2011, Dr. Christian Tröster commenced his appointment at the Kühne Logistics University in the field of Leadership and Organizational Behavior. Before he was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resources at the Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University. Dr. Tröster studied Sociology at the University of Groningen (NL) and holds a Ph.D. in Management (2011) from the Rotterdam School of Management (NL). In 2009 he was a visiting scholar at the LINKS Centre at the Gatton College of Business and Economics, University of Kentucky. His research focuses on organizational networks and leadership. Specifically, he investigates how peoples’ interactions influence individual-, team-, and organizational performance and what leaders can do to optimize their subordinates’ networks. He is also interested in the consequences of employing a (culturally) diverse workforce. Dr. Tröster has consulted various companies including IBM, ECORYS, and VOPAK. His goal is to transform cutting-edge scientific insights into practical solutions to managerial challenges. [March 22 - May 13, 2013]

Eric Guthey | Associate Professor in Department of Intercultural Communication and Management | Copenhagen Business School

Eric has extensive research and teaching experience at business schools in the US, Europe, and New Zealand, along with his background in the humanities and cultural history, towards the development of interdisciplinary perspectives on leadership, management, and cultural dynamics in a variety of organizational, social and international contexts. On the basis of his research interestsin leadership and management, he coordinates international masters specialization at CBS entitled Leadership and Management Studies.