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Department of Management & Organisation is one of the six academic departments in the NUS Business School. It is one of the best departments for Management and Organisation in the Asia- Pacific area according to citation analyses. With a staff strength of around 30, the department offers a variety of courses in organisational behaviour and management, human resource management through undergraduate, graduate and executive training programs.



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1. Bledow, R, K Rosing and M Frese*, "A dynamic perspective on affect and creativity". Academy of Management Journal, 56 (2013): 432-450. (United States).

2. Wagner, D.T., C.M. Barnes, V K G Lim* and D.L. Ferris, "Lost Sleep and Cyberloafing: Evidence from the Laboratory and a Daylight Saving Time Quasi-Experiment". Journal of Applied Psychology, 97 (2012): 1068-1076. (United States).

3. Spranger, J L, S M Colarilli, N Dimotakis, J C Jacob and R D Arvey*, "Effects of kin density within family owned businesses". Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 119 (2012): 151-162. (United States). 

4. Savani*, K and H R Markus, "Evidence for cultural expertise in dynamic visual attention: European Americans outperform Asians in multiple object tracking". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 40 (2012): 766-769. (United States).  

5. Savani*, K and A Rattan, "A choice mindset increases the acceptance and mintenance of wealth inequality". Psychological Science, 23 (2012): 796-804. (United States).  

6. Tai*, T S K, J Narayanan and D J McAllister, "Envy as pain: Rethinking the nature of envy and its implications for employee in organizations". Academy of Management Review, 37 (2012): 107-129. (United States).

7. Savani*, K, M W Morris and N V R Naidu, "Deference in Indians' decision making: Introjected goals or injunctive norms". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 104 (2012): 685-699. (United States). 

8. Johnson, M, R Ilies* and T Boles, "Reference point conflict and outcome evaluation: The influence of affect". Journal of Applied Psychology, 97 (2012): 33-45. (United States). 

9. Judge, T A, R Ilies* and Z Zhang, "Genetic influences on core self-evaluations, job satisfaction, work stress, and employee health: A mediated model". Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 117 (2012): 208-220. (United States). 

10. Dimotakis, N, D Conlon and R Ilies*, "The mind and heart (literally) of the negotiator: Personality and contextual determinants of cardiac arousal and tangible and intangible outcomes in negotiation". Journal of Applied Psychology, 97 (2012): 183-193. (United States). 

11. Hartnell, C A, A Y Ou* and A Kinicki, "Organizational culture and organizational effectiveness: A meta-analytic investigation of the competing values framework's theoretical suppositions". Journal of Applied Psychology, 96 (2011): 677-694. (United States).  

12. Savani*, K, S Kumar, N V R Naidu and C S Dweck, "Beliefs in emotional residue: The idea that emotions leave a trace in the physical environment". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 101 (2011): 684-701. (United States). 

13. Bechtoldt, M.N., S Rohrmann, I.E. De Pater* and B Beersma, "The primacy of perceiving: Emotion recognition as a moderator of associations between emotional labor and work engagement". Journal of Applied Psychology, 96 (2011): 1087-1094. (United States). 

14. Savani*, K, N M Stephens and H R Markus, "The unanticipated interpersonal and societal consequences of choice: Victom-blaming and reduced support for the public good". Psychological Science, 22 (2011): 795-802. (United States). 

15. Savani*, K, M W Morris, N V R Naidu, S Kumar and N Berlia, "Cultural conditioning : Understanding interpersonal accommodation in India and the U.S. in terms of the modal characteristics of interpersonal influence situations". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 100 (2011): 84-102. (United States).  

16. Bledow, R, A Schmitt and M Frese*, "The affective shift model of work engagement". Journal of Applied Psychology, 96 (2011): 1246-1257. (United States). 

17. Song*, Z, W-D Li and R D Arvey, "Associations between dopamine and serotonin genes and job satisfaction". Journal of Applied Psychology, 96 (2011): 1223-1233. (United States). (Reported in Wall Street Journal column, Aug 22, 2011). 

18. Le, H, I-S Oh, S Robbins, R Ilies*, E Holland and P Westrick, "Too much of a good thing: Curvilinear relationships between personality traits and job performance". Journal of Applied Psychology, 96 (2011): 113-133. (United States). 

19. Blonigen, D M, C J Patrick, M Bayevsky, B Steffen, D S Ones, R D Arvey*, V Baumgartle and E Nascimento, "Delineating the construct network of the personnel reaction blank: Associations with externalizing tendencies and normal personality". Psychological Assessment, 23 (2011): 18-30. (United States).

20. Ilies*, R, J Keeney and B A Scott, "Work-family interpersonal capitalization: Sharing positive work events at home". Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 114 (2011): 115-126. (United States).

21. Zacher, H, K Rosing, T Henning and M Frese*, "Establishing the next generation at work: Leader generativity as a moderator of the relationships between leader age, leader-member exchange, and leadership success". Psychology and Aging, 26, no. 1 (2011): 241-252. (United States).

22. Song*, Z, M Foo, M Uy and S Sun, "Unraveling the daily stress crossover between the employed and their employed spouses". Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, no. 1 (2011): 151-168. (United States).

23. Wang*, C S, N Sivanathan, J Narayanan, D Ganegoda, M Bauer, G Bodenhausen and J K Murnighan, "Retribution and emotional regulation: The effects of time delay in angry economic interactions". Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 116, no. 1 (2011): 46-54. (United States).

24. Ballinger, G A, D W Lehman* and F D Schoorman, "Leader-member exchange and turnover before and after succession events". Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 113 (2010): 25-36. (United States).

25. Ilies, R, N Dimotakis and I.E. De Pater*, "Psychological and physiological reactions to high workloads: Implictions for well-being". Personnel Psychology, 63 (2010): 407-436. (United States).

26. Haas*, M and S Park, "To share or not to share? Professional norms, reference groups, and information withholding among life scientists". Organization Science, 21, no. 4 (2010): 873-891. (United States).

27. Judge, T A, R Ilies* and N Dimotakis, "Are health and happines the product of wisdom? General mental ability, education, occupation status, health, and well-being". Journal of Applied Psychology, 95, no. 3 (2010): 454-468. (United States).

28. Ilies*, R, N Dimotakis and I E De Pater, "Psychological and physiological reactions to high workloads: Implications for well being". Personnel Psychology, 63, no. 2 (2010): 407-436. (United States).

29. Wang*, C S and A K-y Leung, "The cultural dynamics of rewarding honesty and punishing deception". Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36 (2010): 1529-1542. (United States).

30. Seo, M and R Ilies*, "The role of self-efficacy, goal, and affect in dynamic motivational self-regulation". Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 109 (2009): 120-133. (United States).

31. Aquino, K, D Freeman, A II Reed, V K G Lim* and W Felps, "Testing a social cognitive model of moral behavior: The interaction of situational factors and moral identity centrality". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 97, no. 1 (2009): 123-141. (United States).

32. Nahrgang, J, F P Morgeson and R Ilies*, "The development of leader-member exchanges: Exploring how personality and performance influence leader and member relationships over time". Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 108 (2009): 256-266. (United States).

33. Ilies*, R, I Fulmer, M Spitzmuller and M Johnson, "Personality and citizenship behavior: The mediating role of job satisfaction". Journal of Applied Psychology, 94 (2009): 945-959. (United States).

34. Ilies*, R, K S Wilson and D T Wagner, "The spillover of job satisfaction onto employees' family lives: The facilitating role fo work-family integration". Academy of Management Journal, 52 (2009): 87-102. (United States).

35. Zhang, Z, M J Zyphur, J Narayanan, R D Arvey*, S Chaturvedi, B Avolio, P Lichtenstein and G Larrson, "The genetic basis of entrepreneurship: Effects of gender and personality". Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 110 (2009): 93-107. (United States).

36. Ilies, R, I Fulmer, M Spitzmuller* and M Johnson, "Personality and citizenship behavior: The mediating role of job satisfaction". Journal of Applied Psychology, 95 (2009): 945-959. (United States).

37. Bledow, R and M Frese*, "A situational judgment test of personal initiative and its relationship to performance,". Personnel Psychology, 62 (2009): 229-258. (United States).

38. Zhang, Z, R Ilies and R D Arvey*, "Beyond genetic explanations for leadership: The moderating role of the social environment". Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 110 (2009): 118-128. (United States).

39. Shaw, J D, B R Dineen, R Fang* and R Vellella, " Employee-organization exchange relationships, HRM practices, and quit rates of good and poor performers". Academy of Management Journal, 52 (2009): 1016-1033. (United States).

40. Zacher, H and M Frese*, "Remaining time and opportunities at work: Relationships between age, work characteristics, and occupational future time perspective". Psychology and Aging, 24, no. 2 (2009): 487-493. (United States).

41. Zyphur, M J, J Narayanan*, G Koh and D Koh, "Testosterone-status mismatch lowers collective efficacy in groups: Evidence from a slope-as-predictor multilevel structural equation model". Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 110, no. 2 (2009): 70-79. (United States). (First Two Authors contributed equally).

42. Lehman*, D W and R Ramanujam, "Selectivity in organizational rule violations". Academy of Management Review, 34 (2009): 1-15. (United States). (Selected by the journal as a Top 3 Finalist for the Best Paper of the Year Award).

43. Wang*, C S, A D Galinsky and J K Murnighan, "Bad drives psychological reactions but good propels behavior: Reactions to honesty and deception". Psychological Science, 20, no. 5 (2009): 634-644. (United States).

44. Keith, N and M Frese*, "Effectiveness of error management training: A meta-analysis". Journal of Applied Psychology, 93 (2008): 59-69. (United States).

45. Lim, V K G, T S H Teo and J Y Chin, "Bosses and their e-manners: Cyber incivility and gender matters at the workplace". Communications of the ACM, 51, no. 12 (2008): 1-3. (United States).

46. Galinsky, A D, C S Wang* and G Ku, "Perspective-takers behave more stereotypically". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95 (2008): 404-419. (United States).

47. Lim*, S, L M Cortina and V Magley, "Personal and workgroup incivility: Impact on work and health outcomes". Journal of Applied Psychology, 93 (2008): 95-107. (United States).

48. Zyphur*, M J, S Chaturvedi and R D Arvey, "Job performance over time is a function of latent trajectories and previous performance". Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, no. 1 (2008): 217-224. (United States).

49. Song*, Z, M D Foo and M A Uy, "Mood spillover and crossover among dual-earner couples: A cell phone event sampling study". Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, no. 2 (2008): 443-452. (United States).

50. Ilies*, R, J Nahrgang and F P Morgeson, "Leader-member exchange and citizenship behaviors: A meta-analysis". Journal of Applied Psychology, 92 (2007): 269-277. (United States).

51. Frese*, M, S I Krauss, N Keith, S Escher, R Grabarkiewicz, S T Luneng, C Heers, J M Unger and C Friedrich, "Business owners' action planning and its relationship to business success in three African countries". Journal of Applied Psychology, 92 (2007): 1481-1498. (United States).

52. Ilies*, R, D T Wagner and F P Morgeson, "Affective linkages in teams: Individual differences in contagion susceptibility and individualism/collectivism". Journal of Applied Psychology, 92 (2007): 1140-1148. (United States).

53. Ilies*, R, K M Schwind, D T Wagner, M Johnson, D S DrRue and D R Ilgen, "When can employees have a family life? The effects of daily workload and affect on work-family conflict and social activities at home". Journal of Applied Psychology, 92 (2007): 1368-1379. (United States). (Finalist [top five papers] for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research).

54. McAllister*, D J, D Kamdar, E W Morrison and D B Turban, "Disentangling role perceptions: How perceived role breadth, discretion, and instrumentality and efficacy relate to helping and taking charge". Journal of Applied Psychology, 92 (2007): 1200-1211. (United States).

55. Frese*, M, G Garst and D Fay, "Making things happen: Reciprocal relationships between work characteristics and personal initiative (PI) in a four-wave longitudinal structural equation". Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, no. 4 (2007): 1084-1102. (United States). (Selected as one of the 70 most unintuitive pirical observations of 2007 in the domain of personality and social psychology by Moss and Wilson 2010).

56. Gibson, C B and P C Earley*, "Collective cognition in action: Accumulation, interaction, examination and accommodation in the development and operation of group efficacy beliefs in the workplace". Academy of Management Review, 32, no. 2 (2007). (United States).

57. Arvey*, R D, Z Zhang, D Krueger and B Avolio, "Development and genetic determinants of leadership role occupancy among females". Journal of Applied Psychology, 92 (2007): 693-706. (United States).

58. Judge, T A, B A Scott and R Ilies*, "Hostility, job attitudes, and workplace deviance: Test of a multi-level model". Journal of Applied Psychology, 91 (2006): 126-138. (United States).

59. Mount, M K, R Ilies* and E Johnson, "Relationship of personality traits and counterproductive work behaviors: The mediating effects of job satisfaction". Personnel Psychology, 59 (2006): 591-622. (United States).

60. Dobrev*, S D, S Z Ozdemir and A C Y Teo, "The ecological interdependence of emergent and established organizational populations: Legitimacy transfer, violation by comparison, and unstable identities". Organization Science, 17, no. 5 (2006): 577-597. (United States).

61. Kamdar*, D A, D J McAllister and D B Turban, "All in a day's work: How follower individual differences and justice perceptions predict OCB role definitions and behavior". Journal of Applied Psychology, 91 (2006): 841-855. (United States).

62. Lim*, V K G and Q S Sng, "Does parental job insecurity matter? Money anxiety, money motives, and work motivation". Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, no. 5 (2006): 1078-1087. (United States).

63. Judge, T A, R Ilies* and B A Scott, "Work-family conflict, hostility, and guilt: Effects on work and family outcomes". Personnel Psychology, 59 (2006): 779-814. (United States).

64. Zyphur, M J, "On the complexity of race". American Psychologist, 61 (2006): 179-180. (United States).

65. Ilies*, R, B A Scott and T A Judge, "The interactive effects of personal traits and experienced states on intraindividual patterns of citizenship behavior". Academy of Management Journal, 49 (2006): 561-575.(United States).

66. Foo*, M D, H P Sin and L P Yiong, "Effects of Team Inputs and Intrateam Processes on Perceptions of Team Viability and Member Satisfaction in Nascent Ventures". Strategic Management Journal, 27, no. 4 (2006): 389-399. (United Kingdom).


67. Ou*, A Y, A.S. Tsui, A.J. Kinicki, D.A. Waldman, Z.X. Xiao and L. J. Song, "Understanding humble Chief Executive Officers: Connections to top management team integration and middle manager responses". Administrative Science Quarterly, (2013). (United States).

68. Sun, S, Z Song and V K G Lim*, "Dynamics of the Job Search Process: Developing and Testing a Mediated Moderation Model". Journal of Applied Psychology, (2013). (United States).

69. Chan, M L E and D J McAllister*, "Abusive supervision through the lens of employee state paranoia". Academy of Management Review, (2013). (United States).

70. Ozgecan, K D, "How Does Rivals' Presence Affect Firms' Decision to Enter New Markets? Economic and Sociological Explanations". Management Science, (2013). (United States).

71. Rattan, A, K Savani*, N.V.R Naidu and C S Dwecl, "Can everyone become intelligent? Cultural differences and societal consequences of the belief in universal potential for intelligence". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, (2012). (United States).

72. Kameyer-Mueller, J, C Wanberg, A Rubenstein and Z Song*, "Support, Undermining, Affect, and Newcomer Socialization: Fitting in During the First 90 Days". Academy of Management Journal, (2012). (United States).