2014 S.O.B. Conference Program

Friday, Oct. 31, 2014

6:30pm-10:30pm  Reception and dinner at the Ambrose/Schminke home

407 E. Amelia St.

321-287-3000 (Maureen cell)

321-287-3004 (Marshall cell)

A shuttle will be available from the Embassy Suites.

Maps will be available for those wishing to walk.  (It’s 3/4th of a mile from the hotel to the Ambrose/Schminke home.)

 Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014

Meetings will take place at the UCF Executive Development Center

36 W Pine St. Orlando, FL 32801

(The Executive Development Center is ¼ mile west on Pine St. from the Embassy Suites.)

Complementary hot breakfast available at the Embassy Suites.

8:10-8:25         Opening Session: Introductions, Comments and Thanks

8:30-9:10         Event System Theory: An Event-Oriented Approach to the Organization Sciences by Frederick Morgeson, Terry Mitchell, & Dong Liu

9:15-9:55         Bringing Behavioral Science into Policy and Practice by Sim Sitkin

9:55-10:10       Coffee Break

10:15-11:15     An Open Conversation About Enhancing Transparency in the Peer Review Process by Gilad Chen, Steve Kozlowski, & Frederick Morgeson

11:20-Noon     Can Servant Leaders Influence Highly Self-Interested Followers to Serve Others? by Bob Liden, Junfeng Wu, Chenwei Liao, & Sandy Wayne

Noon to 1:45   Lunch

2:00-2:40         When the Good Soldier Goes Too Far: The Emergence and Consequences of Risky Instrumental Behavior among Organizational Newcomers by Peter Bamberger, Songqi Liu, Mo Wang, Junqi Shi, & Samuel Bacharach

2:45-3:25         Leadership Construction: Interpersonal Perceptions and Leadership Patterns in Small Groups by Susan Ashford

3:30-3:45         Coffee Break

3:50-4:20         Emergent Phenomena and Process Dynamics: The Next Frontier for Team Research by Steve Kozlowski

4:25-5:05         Simulating Integrated Work Motivation Models: Developing and Evaluating the Dynamic Features by Jeff Vancouver & Mo Wang

5:10-5:40         Annual Business Meeting

Sunday, November 2, 2014

8:30-9:10         Supportive Leadership as a Two-Way Street: The Contribution of Perceived Follower Support by Bob Eisenberger

9:15-9:55         Bridging the Great Divide Between Theoretical and Empirical Management Research by Jeff Edwards

10:00-10:15     Coffee Break

10:20-11:00     Inducted or Abducted?—Deonance and “Inference to the Loveliest Potential Explanation” by Rob Folger


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