Midwest Academy of Management59th Annual Meeting2016 Conference Program
Fargo – North of NormalFargo, North Dakota“You know it the moment you hit the ground. You can sense it in the air and feel it onthe prairie wind. This place is different. Not like anywhere you’ve been before. It’sunfamiliar ground, but it is ground you want to spend some time on. Welcome to Fargo,a place that sets the bar far above the norm.” (www.fargomoorhead.org)
The 59th Annual Meeting of theMidwest Academy of ManagementMaking Connections, Making a Difference:Engaging Business with Academic WorkConference program booklet proudly printed by ShortPrinter (Fargo, ND)1 Page
Table of ContentsWelcomeProgram at GlancePlaces to Visit in Downtown FargoConference SitesConference SponsorsExhibitor and Graduate Student Scholarship Endowment FundLocal Event SupportersMidwest Academy of Management Board of GovernorsConference Tracks and Track ChairsConference Organizing TeamPast Presidents2016 MAM Conference ReviewersMidwest Scholar RecognitionConference Theme Keynote SpeakerPresentation Schedule Overview & LuncheonsKeynotes & Distinguished Speaker SeriesSpecial Events & ReceptionsWelcome Reception & “Meet and Greet” New MAM MembersMicrosoft Campus VisitPrairie Den VisitJazz Combo Social NetworkingClosing Reception & Skyview Social Networking with Apollo StringsDoctoral ConsortiumProfessional Development WorkshopsShowcase Panels and PapersPaper Award Winners and NomineesJunior Faculty and Graduate Student ScholarshipsProgram Schedule by DayThursday ProgramFriday ProgramSaturday ProgramParticipation Index & Sessions FeaturedAnnouncement of the 60th Annual MAM 2525272828283238Inside Back Cover2 Page
Welcome to the 59th Annual Meeting of theMidwest Academy of ManagementOn behalf of the Midwest Academy of Management (MAM) Board of Governors, welcome to the 59th MAM AnnualMeeting in Fargo, North Dakota. Our theme this year, “Making Connections, Making a Difference: Engaging Businesswith Academic Work”, is inspired by a series of interviews with business and civic leaders, suggesting that keychallenges in today’s business landscape and changing workforce can be best addressed through better connectionsbetween business and academia. The keynote presentations and theme-related events in this program aim at reflectingon business-academia connections and paving ways to advance them. Our program also includes many interestingfeatures, including the distinguished speaker series, paper sessions, professional development workshops, doctoralconsortium, and social events at Microsoft Fargo and Prairie Den, which are highlighted in the next few pages of thisprogram book. I am confident that you will find various features of the program stimulating and of interest to you.A number of people played significant roles in creating this program, and I am thankful for their contributions. Over270 authors/co-authors, several session chairs/discussants, and invited speakers have provided key contents to thisprogram. Over 160 reviewers contributed during the review process, which was coordinated by our track chairs and cochairs. They are the key pillars to the creation of this program. The design and organization of this conference is alsogreatly supported by the MAM Board, the Conference Organizing Team, our sponsors, and local event supporters.Briefly acknowledging them in this letter will not do the justice to their contributions. Several pages of this programbooklet are dedicated to properly acknowledge them for their contributions, which have made this conference possible.About Fargo I came to this city about 10 years ago. I found it to be a hidden treasure. Many people won’t know thatuntil visiting this place. There is nothing really big in Downtown Fargo, but many little things, a few small art gallerieshere, several nice local restaurants there, together with Plain Art Museum, Historic Fargo Theatre, and other localattractions, collectively make the ambience of Downtown Fargo unique. In preparing for this conference, we have triedto localize various features/events of the conference to the extent possible, such as bringing attendees to MicrosoftFargo, a major employer here, and to Prairie Den, a hub for several entrepreneurial start-ups, selecting local signaturefoods at Radisson, and providing music performance from local high-school bands during social networking hours, etc.Some space of this program booklet is designated to provide some information about local attractions to attendees. Itrust that Fargo will give you a unique feel that you never get elsewhere, living up to its “North of Normal” tagline!Thank you very much for attending the 2016 MAM conference. Enjoy your conference and your time in Fargo!Regards,Chanchai Tangpong2016 MAM Program ChairCollege of BusinessNorth Dakota State University3 Page
Program at GlanceThursday, October 0PM8:30PM-10:30PMDoctoral ConsortiumMAM Board Meeting (open to MAM members)RegistrationWelcome Reception“Meet and Greet” New MAM MembersRadisson, The Loft/City B, 3rd FloorRadisson, Metropolitan, 3rd FloorRadisson, 3rd FloorRadisson, City A, 3rd FloorRadisson, City A, 3rd FloorFriday, October 77:00AM-8:25AM Breakfast & Conference Theme Keynote8:30AM-11:30PM “Coffee to Go” provided8:35AM-11:35AM PDW/Paper SessionsDistinguished Speaker Workshop9:00AM-11:40AM OD Panels 1, 2, and 39:45AM-11:30PM “Snacks to Go” provided11:45AM-1:15PM Luncheon & MAM Business Meeting11:45AM – Plated/Served Lunch12:45PM – MAM Business Meeting1:30PM-5:00PMMicrosoft Fargo Campus Visit***ID or Passport required for Check-in***1:30PM – Buses departing Radisson to Microsoft2:00PM – Campus Tour2:45PM – Microsoft Panel Presentation/Discussion3:30PM – Reception5:00PM – Buses departing Microsoft to Prairie Den5:30PM-6:30PMPrairie Den Visit6:40PM-8:15PMPresident’s Circle Dinner (by MAM President’s Invitation)8:00PM-10:30PM Jazz Combo Social NetworkingRadisson, Cityscape Ballroom, 3rd Floor3rd & 16th Floors, Radisson3rd & 16th Floor breakout rooms, RadissonRadisson, Corporate Room, 16th FloorUS Bank Meeting Room3rd & 16th floors, RadissonRadisson, Cityscape Ballroom, 3rd FloorMicrosoft, Executive Briefing Center122 1/2 N BroadwayToscana, 202 Broadway NRadisson, Cityscape Ballroom, 3rd FloorSaturday, October PM-5:30PM6:00PM-7:30PM7:30PM-10:30PMBreakfast & Midwest Scholar KeynoteDistinguished Speaker PresentationPDW/Paper Sessions“Coffee & Snacks to Go” providedLuncheon & Recognitions12:10 – Lunch Buffet1:10 – RecognitionsPDW/Paper SessionsConference Organizing Team Meeting (MAM Board invited)MAM Board Meeting (open to MAM members)Closing ReceptionSkyview Social Networking with Apollo StringsRadisson, Cityscape Ballroom, 3rd FloorRichard H. Barry Hall, Room 120Classrooms in Richard H. Barry HallRichard H. Barry Hall, 1st FloorRichard H. Barry HallAtrium/MezzanineAgCountry Auditorium (Room 140)Classrooms in Richard H. Barry HallRichard H. Barry Hall, Eide Bailly BoardroomRichard H. Barry Hall, Eide Bailly BoardroomRadisson, Sky View, 16th FloorRadisson, Sky View, 16th FloorWhen and Where Are My Sessions?If you are a presenter, discussant, and/or session chair, you can easily locate when and where your sessions are bytaking the following steps. (1) Look at the participant index at the back of this booklet. (2) Locate the session numberthat you are participating, right behind your name in the index. (3) Go to that session number in the program by day (onpp, 28-38 of this booklet, numerically ordered). (4) There, you will find the time and place of your session.4 Page
Places to Visit in Downtown FargoHistoric Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway N.“Built in 1926 as a cinema andvaudeville theatre, the beautifullyrestored Fargo Theatre now serves asan art house theatre featuringindependent and foreign film. TheTheatre is also Fargo’s hottestdowntown venue for concerts andother live events ”(http://www.fargotheatre.org/about)Depot, 701 Main Avenue“The Northern Pacific was the firstmajor railroad to go through Fargo. TheNorthern Pacific Depot has been aFargo landmark since its construction in1898. Designed by the architect of theMinnesota State Capitol, Cass Gilbert,this station has a fine profile with itsoverhanging roof and red tiles /depot.html)Plain Art Museum, 704 1st Avenue N.“Plains Art Museum began as the Red River ArtCenter in 1965 and was housed in the formerMoorhead, Minnesota, post office. TheMuseum acquired its present name in 1975and maintained residency in Moorhead until1996. The Museum renovated a turn-of-thecentury warehouse in downtown Fargo, NorthDakota, and opened to the public in October1997 ” (http://plainsart.org/about/)Admission: Adults 7.50, Seniors 5, Educators w/ ID: 5, Students w/ ID Free, and Youth Free.Shops, Art Galleries, and Restaurants on Broadway and OthersOn Broadway and nearby areas,there are several local shops, artgalleries (e.g. Ecce Art Gallery),and classy restaurants (e.g.,HoDo at Hotel Donaldson, OldBroadway, Toscana, the BoilerRoom, and Mezzaluna). Be sureto check them out during yourleisure time.And More Places Don’t forget to check on the downtown walking map available at the conference registration desk.5 Page
Conference SitesRadissonFargoCorner Room ACorner Room B201 5th St N.Fargo, ND 58102(701) 232-7363Boardroom(East)(West)Corporate Room16th Floor LayoutWalking from Radisson to Richard H. Barry Hall through 2nd Ave. N.(North)Radisson FargoRichard H.Barry Hall(South)6 Page
Richard H. Barry Hall,North Dakota StateUniversity811 2nd Ave NFargo, ND 58102AgCountry Auditorium(Room 140)Room118Room 262Room126Room 262Room1202nd Floor LayoutEide Bailly Boardroom1st Floor LayoutRoom 368Note: Room 20 is on thebasement floor of Richard H.Barry Hall.Room 358Room 3703rd Floor LayoutRoom 3607 Page
Conference Sponsors - President’s Circle8 Page
Conference Sponsors - PlatinumConference Sponsors - Gold9 Page
Conference Sponsors - SilverExhibitorGraduate Student Scholarship Endowment Fund10 P a g e
Local Event Supporters11 P a g e
Midwest Academy of Management Board of GovernorsJennifer L. SchultzMetropolitan State UniversityPast PresidentSharon G. HeilmannWright State UniversityPresident, 2015-2016Chanchai TangpongNorth Dakota State UniversityProgram Chair and President-ElectCarolyn WileyRoosevelt UniversityProgram Chair-ElectBarton SharpNorthern Illinois UniversityTreasurerKem GambrellGonzaga UniversitySecretaryDale DwyerUniversity of ToledoMembership Chair andWebsite CoordinatorNancy DayUniversity of Missouri - Kansas CityOmbudsperson andRepresentative-at-LargeChristine SchaeferU.S. Office of Personnel ManagementFederal Executive InstituteExecutive Advisor to the BoardDavid O’ConnellSt. Ambrose UniversityRepresentative-at-LargeBeth PolinEastern Kentucky UniversityRepresentative-at-LargeTracy PorterCleveland State UniversityRepresentative-at-LargeBrandon SoltwischUniversity of Northern ColoradoRepresentative-at-LargeRebecca WylandUniversity of Wisconsin-Eau ClaireRepresentative-at-Large12 P a g e
Conference Tracks and Track ChairsCase TeachingConference ThemeLila Carden (N/A)University of Houston-DowntownJohn VittonUniversity of North DakotaKaren Froelich (L)North Dakota State UniversityJane Pettinger (R)Minnesota State University MoorheadLeadership and Ethics (LEAD/Ethics)Human Resources and Diversity (HRD)Millicent Nelson (L)Richard Tarpey (R)Middle Tennessee State UniversityKathy Lund Dean (L)Gustavus Adolphus CollegeJean Forray (R)Western New England UniversityOrganizational Behavior (OB)Organizational Development (OD)Rebecca WylandUniversity of Wisconsin-Eau ClairePeter Sorensen (L)Therese Yaeger (R)Benedictine UniversityEntrepreneurship, Innovation, and Small Businesses (EISB)Management Education and Development (MED)Shontarius AikensConcordia CollegeVance LewisUniversity of Central ArkansasInterorganizational Relations and Supply Chains (IRSC)Professional Development Workshop (PDW)Young RoUniversity of Michigan-DearbornTim PetersonNorth Dakota State UniversityStrategy & Organization Theory (SOT)Toward Impactful Research (TIR)Bart SharpNorthern Illinois UniversityDave O’ConnellSt. Ambrose UniversityDoctoral ConsortiumKem GambrellGonzaga University13 P a g e
Conference Organizing TeamChanchai TangpongNorth Dakota State UniversityProgram ChairDale DwyerUniversity of ToledoRegistrationKuo-Ting (Ken) HungSuffolk UniversityConference Design ConsultantJane PettingerMinnesota State University MoorheadRadisson Site & LocalArrangement PersonDiane AxnessNorth Dakota State UniversityNDSU Site Arrangement Person &Administrative AssistantTim PetersonNorth Dakota State UniversityLogistics AdvisorJill HalvorsonFargo-Moorhead (F-M) Convention &Visitors BureauF-M Community RepresentativeLindsay BreulerEmerging PrairieF-M Community RepresentativeGerry MacintoshNorth Dakota State UniversityGeneral Support PersonJin LiNorth Dakota State UniversityNDSU Site Support PersonHan LiUniversity of New MexicoExternal AdvisorSupavich (Fone) PengnateNorth Dakota State UniversityConference PhotographerFargo 2016Carolyn WileyRoosevelt UniversityMAM Board RepresentativeBarton SharpNorthern Illinois UniversityMAM Board Representative14 P a g e
Past Presidents1962 – 1963 Rolin H. Simonds1991 – 1992 H. Randy Bobbitt1963 – 1964 Franklin Moore1992 – 1993 Timothy Keaveny1965 – 1966 Fremont Shull1993 – 1994 Ralph Katerberg1966 – 1967 Joseph Litterer1994 – 1995 Trudy Verser1967 – 1968 Max Wortman1995 – 1996 Aaron Buchko1968 – 1969 Alan C. Filley1996 – 1997 Inga Baird Hill1969 – 1970 John Douglas1997 – 1998 Marilyn L. Fox1970 – 1971 Herbert Zollitsch1998 – 1999 Brian P. Niehoff1971 – 1972 Elmer H. Burack1999 – 2000 Douglas R. May1972 – 1973 Henry L. Tosi2000 – 2001 Nancy E. Day1973 – 1974 Andre L. Delbecq2001 – 2002 Rob Moorman1974 – 1975 John T. Doutt2002 – 2003 Joy Peluchette1975 – 1976 Kenneth M. Roland2003 – 2004 Lynn Harland1976 – 1977 James G. Hunt2004 – 2005 Jeff Katz1977 – 1978 Andrew Sikula2005 – 2006 Jill Kickul1978 – 1979 Orlando Behling2006 – 2007 William Snavely1979 – 1980 Charles N. Green2007 – 2008 Faye Smith1980 – 1981 Edwin P. Miller2008 – 2009 Dyanne Ferk1981 – 1982 Fred Luthans2009 – 2010 Therese Yaeger1982 – 1983 Richard N. Osborn2010 – 2011 Steven Moser1983 – 1984 Maryann Albrecht & Art Brief2011 – 2012 John E. Barbuto, Jr. (Jay)1984 – 1985 Ramon J. Aldag2012 – 2013 Deb Orr1985 – 1986 Thomas N. Martin2013 – 2014 Marilyn J. Bugenhagen1986 – 1987 Ken Wexley2014 – 2015 Jennifer L. Schultz1987 – 1988 Jay S. Kim2015 – 2016 Sharon G. Heilmann*1988 – 1989 Allen Bluedorn2016 – 2017 Chanchai Tangpong**1989 – 1990 James McFillen*Current President1990 – 1991 Kenneth Thompson**Incoming President15 P a g e
2016 MAM Conference ReviewersNumerous reviewers dedicated their time to review the work submitted to the MAM conference, making thisconference possible. Outstanding reviewers are noted with asterisk (*) and in bold. Thank you all reviewers! MuchAppreciated!Anthony AdamgboAnthony AdamgboRichard AfedzieShontarius AikensRebecca BadawyMona BahlSomnath BanerjeeLizabeth BarclayRussell BarnesRoxanne BeardRamon Benedetto*Allan BernardBen BlackfordKristi BockornyAlyncia BowenSheila Boysen-RotelliDavid BrauerEmily Bulger*John BurnsLila CardenJay CaulfieldTejaswi Channagiri AjitKaushik Chaudhuri*Yi-Su ChenMichael CherryDelRae ChiversBethany CockburnJon CookKathleen DaleNancy Day*Daniel DaytonAlexis DownsDale DwyerDean EitelLisa Farinelli*Jason FarkasJohn FazioMonica Forret*Stephen Forsha*James FosterCameron FullPaulette GadisonMonica GavinoClaudia GomezJessica GreenwaldMingwei GuoGilles GuyotJames HagenMaria HamdaniDavid HannumSheila HansonNancy Hanson-Rasmussen*Timothy HarperBrian HickamJeff HicksLa Verne HigginsMary HrivnakJun HuangZhi Huang*Jose Luis Iglesias*Ana Elisa IglesiasMichelle JacksonMayank JaiswalSumeet Jhamb*Clark JohnsonAndrew JohnsonJohn KaliskiKem GambrellLori Kendall*KyungMoon Kimwooyang kimDavid KingAnup Krishnamurthy*Samuel KusiKafayat LamidiGeorge Langelett*John LeCounteDerek Lehmberg*Vance LewisHan LiShuang Liu*Kim LukaszewskiKathy Lund DeanMaria MalayterJoshua MarineauTerri MarksShelly McCallum-Ferguson*Bryan McCuskerJennifer Mencl*Richard MinoffKim MollbergRick MoranPatricio MoriDan MorrellShiva NadavulakereRachael NarelMillicent NelsonEric NeumanOnnolee NordstromDave O'ConnellDonna OglePatrick O'LearyUzonna OlumbaJohn Orr*Steven PageAlankrita PandeyLucinda ParmerVincent ParryGregory Patton*Yasanthi PereraTim PetersonJane PettingerArun PillutlaBeth PolinLeon PrietoLance Radziej*James RairdonMichael RiccoCynthia RobertsCaren RodriguesSkylar Rolf*yalonda ross-davisJulie Rothbardt*Ann SaurbierTammy SchakettMatthew Schatteman16 P a g e
George SchatzBarton SharpTracey SiglerShalei SimmsRonda SmithBrandon Soltwisch*Peter SorensenAndrew SteinkeCharles Stevens*Gretel Stock-KuppermanJanice SuperCindy SuttonAgnes TheradyTejovathi InamanamelluriMussie TessemaNamporn ThanetsunthornPhil ThompsonOleksandr Tkachenko*William TownsTracy PorterRodney Traub*Lawrence TrosenKatherine TulibaskiSorin ValceaAlix ValentiHongguo WeiAnthonelli WhiteMark WhitmoreCarolyn Wiley*Rattaphon WuthisatianYuan XuTherese YaegerXiaoyu YangAlan YenAlec ZamaJie Zhang*Yun ZhouMidwest Scholar RecognitionThe Midwest Scholar Recognition award was established to honor outstanding professional achievements, whichconstitute significant contributions to research, theory and practice of management. Wide recognition by the academiccommunity is essential with the award based on a body of achievement rather than a particular piece of research,creative work, or other achievements. This year, the MAM proudly names “Kenneth R. Thompson” as the 2016Midwest Scholar. Ken will be recognized as the Midwest Scholar during the Friday Luncheon, and he will make the 2016Midwest Scholar Keynote presentation during the Saturday Keynote Breakfast.Ken R. Thompson, Ph.D., is professor and the former chair of management at DePaul University,where he has been on staff since 1986. He has co-authored four books, contributed to six others,and has been published in a number of journals including the Academy of Management Executive,Organizational Dynamics, Journal of Social Psychology, Human Relations, and the Journal ofLeadership and Organizational Studies, where he is senior editor. In addition, he was an IBM’sgrant recipient to study the management operations of the Department of Defense, Finance andAccounting Services and the United States Postal Service. Most of Ken’s academic andprofessional life has focused on improving organizational performance and building an engagedworkforce. Ken has a Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska in organizational behavior andstrategic management. Ken is a member of the National Academy of Management. Mostrecently, he was chair of the Management Education and Development Division and served on the governance board ofthe Organizational Behavior Division. Ken has also been active in various local and regional positions, including presidentand chairman of the Board of Directors of the Midwest Academy of Management. Early in his career at the University ofArkansas, Ken helped develop the Walton Institute of Retailing where he worked directly with Sam Walton and otherWal-Mart executives developing training programs for their store and assistant managers. He was an assistant professorof management at Notre Dame University and during this time consulted for a General Motors Parts Division in Flint,Michigan. Married with two children, Ken enjoys spending his free time with his family and several volunteer boards.For more details about his presentation, please go to the Keynotes & Distinguished Speaker Series section on page 20.Past Midwest Scholars:20132014Belle Rose Ragins, University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeRamon “Ray” J. Aldag, University of Wisconsin-MadisonAndrew Van de Ven, University of MinnesotaFred Luthans, University of Nebraska-Lincoln17 P a g e
Conference Theme Keynote SpeakerThe MAM welcomes “John W. Budd” to the MAM annual meeting, and proudly has him as our Conference ThemeKeynote Speaker this year. He will make the 2016 Conference Theme Keynote presentation during the Friday KeynoteBreakfast, and will be recognized during the Friday Luncheon.John W. Budd is a Professor of Work and Organizations in the University of Minnesota’s CarlsonSchool of Management, where he holds the Industrial Relations Land Grant Chair and is theDirector of the Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies. He is a graduate of ColgateUniversity and earned a Ph.D. degree in economics from Princeton University. Professor Budd isthe author of Employment with a Human Face: Balancing Efficiency, Equity, and Voice (CornellUniversity Press), Labor Relations: Striking a Balance (McGraw-Hill/Irwin), Invisible Hands, InvisibleObjectives: Bringing Workplace Law and Public Policy into Focus (with Stephen Befort, StanfordUniversity Press), The Thought of Work (Cornell University Press), and numerous journal articles.Professor Budd has also been Director of Graduate Studies for the University of Minnesota’sgraduate programs in Human Resources and Industrial Relations.For more details about his presentation, please go to the Keynotes & Distinguished Speaker Series section on page 20.Presentation Schedule Overview & Luncheons – FridayTime7:00-8:25AMRoomCi tys ca pe Ba l l room, 3rdFl oor8:35-11:35AMKeynoteBreakfastLuncheon & MAMBusiness MeetingMetropol i ta n, 3rd Fl oorConf. Theme 1 & (Ses s i on# 12)Pra i ri e Ros e A, 3rd Fl oorEISB Showca s e (Ses s i on# 13)Pra i ri e Ros e B, 3rd Fl oorHRD Ful l Pa per 1 (Ses s i on# 14)The Loft, 3rd Fl oorOB Ful l Pa pers 1 (Ses s i on# 15)Boa rdroom, 16th Fl oorPDW 2 (Ses s i on# 18)Corner A, 16th Fl oorTIR 1 (Ses s i on# 17)Corner B, 16th Fl oorSOT Ful l Pa per 1 (Ses s i on# 16)Corpora te Room, 16thFl oorUS Ba nk Meeti ng Room11:45AM-1:15PMLEAD/Ethi cs Intera ti on 1(Ses s i on# 24)EISB Ful l Pa per 1 (Ses s i on# 22)HRD/LEAD/OB Showca s e(Ses s i on# 23)OB Ful l Pa per 2 (Ses s i on# 25)PDW 3 (Ses s i on#20)TIR 2 (Ses s i on# 26)OD Pa nel 4(Ses s i on# 28)PDW1 (Session#11) - Distinguished Speaker WorkshopOD Pa nel s 1-3 (Ses s i on# 19, 21, 27)Note: The US Ba nk Meeti ng room i s open a t 8:35AM; pl a n to s ta rt ODPa nel 1 no l a ter tha n 9:00AM a nd pl a n to end OD Pa nel 3 by 11:40AMDon’t Forget: Buses leaving Radisson for the Microsoft Campus Visit event at 1:30PM. Be sure to have ID orpassport with you!Prairie Den Visit dovetailing the Microsoft event from 5:30-6:30PM“Easy and On-Your-Own” time in the evening of Downtown Fargo from 6:30-8:00PMConclude a long productive day with “Jazz Combo Social Networking” back at Radisson, CityscapeBallroom, 3rd Floor, from 8:00-10:30PM18 P a g e
Presentation Schedule Overview & Luncheons – SaturdayTime7:00-8:25RoomCi tys ca pe Ba l l room,3rd Fl oor, Ra di s s onKeynoteBreakfast9:00AM-12:00PMRi cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Room 20Entrepreneurs hi p/Stra tegy Intera cti on(Ses s i on# 48)Ri cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Room 118Ri cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Room 126PDW 4 (Ses s i on# 43) Orga ni zed a s a fl ow s es s i on;come i n a nd go out a nyti meDistinguishedSpeakerPresentationCa s e Ses s i on 1(Ses s i on# 40)Ri cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Room 262Ri cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Room 360TIR 3 (Ses s i on# 41)EISB Symp. 1(Ses s i on# 39)SOT Ful l Pa per 2(Ses s i on # 61)Forma ti ve Intera cti ons 1, 2,& 3 (Ses s i on# 63, 64, & 65)IRSC Ful l Pa per 1(Ses s i on# 50)IRSC Ful l Pa per 2(Ses s i on# 58)Ca s e Ses s i on 2(Ses s i on# 47)TIR 4 (Ses s i on# 62)PDW 5 (Ses s i on # 44)Ri cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Room 266Ri cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Room 3582:00-4:00PMLuncheon &RecognitionsRi cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Atri um/Mezza ni ne/AgCountry Audi tori umRi cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Room 12012:10-1:50PMPDW 6PDW 7(Ses s i on# 55) (Ses s i on# 67)from 1:552:55PMLEAD/OB Ful l Pa per(Ses s i on# 51)Conf. Theme 2(Ses s i on# 56)HRD Ful l Pa per 2(Ses s i on# 49)OB/HRD Intera cti on(Ses s i on# 60)EISB Symp. 2 EISB Symp. 3(Ses s i on# 42 ) (Ses s i on# 52)EISB Ful l Pa per 2(Ses s i on# 57)Ri cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Room 368MED 1 (Ses s i on# 46)LEAD/Ethi csIntera cti on 2(Ses s i on# 59)Ri cha rd H. Ba rry Ha l l ,Room 370OD Ful l Pa per 1 (Ses s i on #45)OD Pa nel 5OD Pa nel 6(Ses s i on# 54) (Ses s i on# 66)from 1:552:55PMBoth Friday and Saturday Luncheons are sponsored by:19 P a g e
Keynotes & Distinguished Speaker SeriesConference Theme Keynote (Distinguished Speaker Series - Part 1)Friday, October 7, 7:30 - 8:25AM (during breakfast), Radisson Hotel, Cityscape Ballroom, 3rd FloorTitle: The (Limited) Helpfulness of Academia in Managing the Changing WorkforceKeynote Speaker: John W. Budd, Carlson School of Management, University of MinnesotaAbstract: Effectively recruiting, retaining, motivating, and engaging workers are key challenges in manyorganizations. Academic research provides valuable insights for managers facing these challenges, but it is typicallyrooted in paradigms that homogenize the workforce. Research can help show managers the different reasons thatworkers work and what drives human behavior, but only managers can know their own employees’ motivations.Otherwise, applying research based on assumptions that do not fit a particular workforce will backfire. Theseassumptions and the potential for negative consequences will be explored. To make a positive difference, academicbusiness connections need to appreciate the (limited) helpfulness of research.Bio: Please refer to the Conference Theme Keynote Speaker page for his bio.Distinguished Speaker Series - Part 2Friday, October 7, 8:35 - 11:35AM, Radisson Hotel, Corporate Room, 16th FloorTitle: Workshop on Latent Variable TechniquesDistinguished Speaker: Larry J. Williams, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska LincolnAbstract: This workshop provides (a) introductory coverage of latent variable techniques, includingconfirmatory factor analysis and structural equation methods with latent variables, (b) discussion of special issuesrelated to the application of these techniques in organizational research, and (c) a comparison of these techniques withtraditional analytical approaches.Bio: Larry J. Williams is the Donald and Shirley Clifton Chair of Survey Science and Professor of Management atUniversity of Nebraska Lincoln. Prior to that, he was Professor of Management/Dean’s Research Chair and ProfessorPsychology at Wayne State University. He also was on the faculty at University of North Dakota, Virginia CommonwealthUniversity and Purdue University after receiving his Ph.D. in organizational behavior from the Indiana University Schoolof Business. Dr. Williams served as the Founding Editor of Organizational Research Methods (ORM), and he previouslyserved as Consulting Editor for the Research Methods and Analysis section of the Journal of Management (1993-1996).He has been a member of the editorial board of Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal. Dr. Williamsalso has served as Chairperson for the Research Methods Division (RMD) of the Academy of Management. Dr. Williamsestablished in 1997 and currently serves as Director of the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods andAnalysis (CARMA), an interdisciplinary center devoted to helping faculty and students advance their knowledge oforganizational and social science research methods and data analysis techniques. Among his recent accomplishments,in 2004 Dr. Williams was recognized by the Southern Management Association as an author of 2 of the 6 most highlycited articles in the 30 year history of the Journal of Management. He was also elected in 2004 to be a member of theSociety for Organizational Behavior, an international group of approximately 80 leading scholars from the field oforganizational behavior. In 2005, Dr. Williams was selected to be the recipient of the 2005 Distinguished CareerContributions Award by the Academy of Management’s Research Methods Division. In 2008, Dr. Williams wasrecognized as one of the 150 most-cited authors in the field of management (1981-2004) in an article published in theJournal of Management. He was elected a Fellow of the Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology in 2010.Finally, in 2015 he received the Academy of Management’s Distinguished Educator Award.Midwest Scholar Keynote (Distinguished Speaker Series - Part 3)Saturday, October 8, 7:30 - 8:25AM (during breakfast), Radisson Hotel, Cityscape Ballroom, 3rd FloorTitle: “Pull” in the Market: Building a Management Program to Ensure “In Demand” GraduatesKeynote Speaker/Midwest Scholar: Kenneth R. Thompson, Driehaus College of Business, DePaul UniversityAbstract: Recently, I had a dean say that companies do not want to pay the premium for MBAs, which hasled a drop in demand. I wondered, why. Do we not provide the needed focus or require demonstrated development20 P a g e
that is worth the “premium?” In all cases, the fault for the drop in demand seems to be a function of program design,less on a fickle market. This presentation will focus on using an effective process to build an information flow to learnwhat employers require and translate these requirements into program design to build knowledge and skills for neededdevelopment of students in both graduate and undergraduate programs.Bio: Please refer to the Midwest Scholar Recognition page for his bio.Distinguished Speaker Series - Part 4Saturday, October 8, 9:00 - 9:55AM, Richard H. Barry Hall, Room 120Title: Why Are (Your) Supply Chain Disruptions Severe? Firm and Managerial ConsiderationsDistinguished Speaker: M. Johnny Rungtusanatham, Fisher College of Business, Ohio State UniversityAbstract: Supp
Fargo, ND 58102 . 1stFloor Layout 2ndFloor Layout 3rdFloor Layout Room 360 Room 370 Room 358 Room 368 AgCountry Auditorium (Room 140) Eide Bailly Boardroom Room 118 Room 120 Room 126 . Note: Room 20 is on the basement floor of Richard H. Barry Hall. Room 262 Room 262 . 7 Page
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2.4.4. The EEP Director will conduct annual no-notice inspections of each code cart within the 59 MDW. This inspection will be documented on the 59 MDW Form 66, Life Support Code Cart Inspection Record. Discrepancies will be addressed and corrected by the medical unit assigned the code cart same day. The EEP will be notified once corrected.
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