I’m Glad I Know That Now!

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By: M.-H. Tsai, L. Rees, J. Parlamis, M. A. Gross, D. A. Cai

“I’m Glad I Know That Now!” features interviews with top scholars on a particular research topic that they’ve studied and is more general in content and focus.

Searching for Trust in the Global Economy
#13
05/14/2022

Jeanne Brett is the DeWitt W. Buchanan, Jr. Professor Emerita of Dispute Resolution and Organizations at Northwestern University.

She initiated Kellogg’s course on negotiations in 1981. She is a founder and was the director of Kellogg’s Dispute Resolution Research Center. She is now the President of Negotiation and Team Resources, a not for profit supporting research and teaching in the field of negotiation.  Her 2022 book with Tyree Mitchell is Searching for Trust in the Global Economy.

 

Tyree Mitchell completed his predoctoral fellowship at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and receiv...


Part 3: On The Origins of Teaching Negotiation and Our Discipline in Business Schools
#12
04/04/2022

Jeanne Brett is the DeWitt W. Buchanan, Jr. Professor Emerita of Dispute Resolution and Organizations at Northwestern University.

She initiated Kellogg’s course on negotiations in 1981. She is a founder and was the director of Kellogg’s Dispute Resolution Research Center. She is now the President of Negotiation and Team Resources, a not for profit supporting research and teaching in the field of negotiation.  Her 2022 book with Tyree Mitchell is Searching for Trust in the Global Economy.

 

Roy Lewicki is the Irving Abramowitz Professor Emeritus of Management and Human Resources at The Ohio State...


Part 2: On The Origins of Teaching Negotiation and Our Discipline in Business Schools
#11
04/04/2022

Jeanne Brett is the DeWitt W. Buchanan, Jr. Professor Emerita of Dispute Resolution and Organizations at Northwestern University.

She initiated Kellogg’s course on negotiations in 1981. She is a founder and was the director of Kellogg’s Dispute Resolution Research Center. She is now the President of Negotiation and Team Resources, a not for profit supporting research and teaching in the field of negotiation.  Her 2022 book with Tyree Mitchell is Searching for Trust in the Global Economy.

 

Roy Lewicki is the Irving Abramowitz Professor Emeritus of Management and Human Resources at The Ohio State...


Part 1: On The Origins of Teaching Negotiation and Our Discipline in Business Schools
#10
04/04/2022

Jeanne Brett is the DeWitt W. Buchanan, Jr. Professor Emerita of Dispute Resolution and Organizations at Northwestern University.

She initiated Kellogg’s course on negotiations in 1981. She is a founder and was the director of Kellogg’s Dispute Resolution Research Center. She is now the President of Negotiation and Team Resources, a not for profit supporting research and teaching in the field of negotiation.  Her 2022 book with Tyree Mitchell is Searching for Trust in the Global Economy.

 

Roy Lewicki is the Irving Abramowitz Professor Emeritus of Management and Human Resources at The Ohio State...


Restorative Justice: Final Thoughts on Restorative Justice
#9
02/13/2022

Restorative Justice: Final Thoughts on Restorative Justice

Part 5 of 5, recorded at the 2021 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

Speaking at the Panel Symposium:
 
Meena Andiappan, (University of Toronto) has two main axes of research: emotions, and ethics. Dr. Andiappan's research focuses on individual-level and organizational-level responses to wrongdoing, and the role of emotion in workplace relationships. Her work has been published at Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Relations, Journal of Business Ethics and Journal of Business Research amongst other outlets. Dr. Andiappan's current projects include theoretical studies on c...


Restorative Justice: Contextualizing or Problematizing Restorative Justice for Practicing Managers in the Future
#8
02/13/2022

Restorative Justice: Contextualizing or Problematizing Restorative Justice for Practicing Managers in the Future

Part 4 of 5, recorded at the 2021 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

Speaking at the Panel Symposium:
 
Meena Andiappan, (University of Toronto) has two main axes of research: emotions, and ethics. Dr. Andiappan's research focuses on individual-level and organizational-level responses to wrongdoing, and the role of emotion in workplace relationships. Her work has been published at Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Relations, Journal of Business Ethics and Journal of Business Research amongst other outlets. Dr. Andiappan's c...


Restorative Justice: Will Restorative Justice Become a Core Competency for Organizations?
#7
01/30/2022

Restorative Justice: Will Restorative Justice Become a Core Competency for Organizations?

Part 3 of 5, recorded at the 2021 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

Speaking at the Panel Symposium:
 
Meena Andiappan, (University of Toronto) has two main axes of research: emotions, and ethics. Dr. Andiappan's research focuses on individual-level and organizational-level responses to wrongdoing, and the role of emotion in workplace relationships. Her work has been published at Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Relations, Journal of Business Ethics and Journal of Business Research amongst other outlets. Dr. Andiappan's current projects i...


Restorative Justice: The Untapped Potential of Restorative Justice to Significantly Improve our Workplaces
#6
01/24/2022

Restorative Justice: The Untapped Potential of Restorative Justice to Significantly Improve our Workplaces

Part 2 of 5, recorded at the 2021 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

Speaking at the Panel Symposium:
 
Meena Andiappan, (University of Toronto) has two main axes of research: emotions, and ethics. Dr. Andiappan's research focuses on individual-level and organizational-level responses to wrongdoing, and the role of emotion in workplace relationships. Her work has been published at Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Relations, Journal of Business Ethics and Journal of Business Research amongst other outlets. Dr. Andiappan's c...


Restorative Justice: What is Restorative Justice?
#5
12/13/2021

Restorative Justice: What is Restorative Justice?

Part 1 of 5, recorded at the 2021 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

Speaking at the Panel Symposium:
 
Meena Andiappan, (University of Toronto) has two main axes of research: emotions, and ethics. Dr. Andiappan's research focuses on individual-level and organizational-level responses to wrongdoing, and the role of emotion in workplace relationships. Her work has been published at Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Relations, Journal of Business Ethics and Journal of Business Research amongst other outlets. Dr. Andiappan's current projects include theoretical studies on compassion a...


Full episode: Trust, with Dr. Dejun (Tony) Kong
#4
12/13/2021

Have you ever thought about what trust in negotiation really means? It turns out there are many different definitions and facets to trust, and a lot more we don’t yet know—but we’re trying to find out—about trust in negotiation. In this episode, Dr. Dejun (Tony) Kong from the University of South Florida Muma College of Business shared with us insights about the meaning and importance of trust in negotiation. Trust is a dynamic, interactive process that is rich in nuance and complex in practice. Dr. Kong’s research has found some surprising findings on the benefits...


Trailer: Trust, with Dr. Dejun (Tony) Kong
#4
12/13/2021

Dejun “Tony” Kong (Ph.D., Washington University in St. Louis) is an Associate Professor in Management and the Faculty Director of the Bishop Center for Ethical Leadership at the University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business. His research interests include trust, negotiation, leadership, ethics, positive psychology (e.g., humor, gratitude), culture, and diversity/equity/inclusion (DEI). His research (over 50 published articles) has appeared in numerous top journals in Management and Psychology. In 2016, he published his co-edited book “Leading through Conflict: Into the Fray.” He has received numerous research, teaching, and service awards. For example, in 2021, he received the Most I...


Full episode: Subjective value, with Dr. Jared Curhan
#3
07/08/2021

Is negotiation all about objective outcomes like money and how good a deal we got? It turns out that’s not the full story. In this episode, Dr. Jared Curhan from the MIT Sloan School of Management teaches us about the meaning and importance of subjective value in negotiation. Dr. Curhan’s findings show we can actually build subjective value – that is, how we feel at the end of a negotiation (and how our counterpart feels) – in our negotiations without sacrificing our objective outcomes. Moreover, Dr. Curhan’s research shows that our subjective value influences our future negotiation performance in importa...


Trailer: Subjective value, with Dr. Jared Curhan
#3
07/08/2021

Jared R. Curhan is the Gordon Kaufman Professor and an Associate Professor of Work and Organization Studies at the MIT Sloan School of Management, as well as Faculty Director of MIT’s Behavioral Research Lab.  Curhan specializes in the psychology of negotiation and conflict resolution. A recipient of support from the National Science Foundation, he has pioneered a social psychological approach to the study of “Subjective Value” in negotiation.  He also studies creative problem-solving and micro-processes in negotiation.  Curhan is Vice Chair for Research and a member of the Executive Committee of the Program on Negotiation (PON) at Harvard Law Schoo...


Part II: Individual differences, with Dr. Hillary Anger Elfenbein
#2
07/08/2021

Some people feel that they were born as good negotiators, but others – perhaps most of us – don’t feel that way. Should we just give up and accept our fates as bad negotiators? The answer is a resounding no! In this two-part episode, Dr. Hillary Anger Elfenbein from the Washington University in St. Louis Olin School of Business teaches us about how our personality and other traits – our individual differences – influence how we negotiate. In fact, these tendencies are deeply reinforced and may even be partly genetic. However, luckily for us there is no “right answer,” and every personality type has its p...


Part I: Individual differences, with Dr. Hillary Anger Elfenbein
#1
07/08/2021

Some people feel that they were born as good negotiators, but others – perhaps most of us – don’t feel that way. Should we just give up and accept our fates as bad negotiators? The answer is a resounding no! In this two-part episode, Dr. Hillary Anger Elfenbein from the Washington University in St. Louis Olin School of Business teaches us about how our personality and other traits – our individual differences – influence how we negotiate. In fact, these tendencies are deeply reinforced and may even be partly genetic. However, luckily for us there is no “right answer,” and every personality type has its p...


Trailer: Individual differences, with Dr. Hillary Anger Elfenbein
#1
07/08/2021

In her day job, Hillary Anger Elfenbein is the John and Ellen Wallace Distinguished Professor at the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis.  Her research focuses on emotion in the workplace, including emotional intelligence, interpersonal relationships, and subjective feelings about negotiation.  Her work has appeared in leading academic journals, and she has served as an Associate Editor at Management Science.  She holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior, a Master’s degree in Statistics, and undergraduate degrees in Physics and Sanskrit, all from Harvard University.  In a Forrest Gump moment, her research was discussed on the fl...