2015 S.O.B Conference Program

Saturday January 9

17:30 (5:30) Evening Reception at Miriam Erez’ home – 20 Sinai Ave, Haifa (stairway to 1st floor). Home phone: 972-04-8242292; Mobile: 972-50-7251515; merez@ie.technion.ac.il

Sunday January 10: Technion, Faculty of Industrial Engineering & Management, Bloomfield: Building: Room 526

7:45-8:30 Breakfast

8:30-8:45 Introductions

8:45-9:30 Rich Arvey (National University of Singapore)“Genetics and Organizational Psychology.”

9:30-10:15 Peter Bamberger (Tel Aviv University) with Dvora Geller (College of Management, Israel) & Etti Doveh (Technion) “Caring creates resilience: The moderating effect of help giving on newcomer stressor-strain relations.”

10:15-10:45 Coffee Break

10:45-11:30 Miriam Erez (Technion University) with Alon Lisak (Ben-Gurion University) & Cynthia Lee (Northeastern University). “Global leadership: How to lead when you are not there?”

11:30-12:15 Avraham N. Kluger (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) with Guy Itzchakov (The Hebrew University), Anat Hurwitz (New York University), Dotan R. Castro (Hebrew University of Jerusalem & Ghent University): “Listening: For and Against.”

12:15-13:45 (12:15-1:45) Lunch

13:45- 14:30 (1:45-2:30) Anat Rafaeli (Technion University). “Studying emotion at work: Old questions, new tools.”

14:30-15:15 (2:30-3:15) Lynn Shore (Colorado State University) with Dora Lau (Chinese University of Hong Kong), Qin Su (Chinese University of Hong Kong) and

Samantha Stelman (Colorado State University). “Diversity and faultlines in Chinese organizations.”

15:15 – 15:30 (3:15-3:30) Coffee Break

15:30-16:15 (3:30 – 4:15) Belle Rose Ragins (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) and Gilad Chen (University of Maryland) “Improving reviewing quality: A facilitated discussion of the role of the editorial process in developmental reviewing and enhancing scientific rigor.”

16:15-17:00 (4:15-5:00): Business Meeting

6:30 Dinner (On our own – but will organize groups)

Monday January 11: Tour of the Israeli Valley; Heftziba kibbutz, Beit She’an and Beth Alpha (fifth-century synagogue)

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