2016 S.O.B Fall Conference Program

2016 SOB Meeting Date Set

Larry Williams has graciously offered to host our meeting at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) September 23-25, 2016.  

There will be a block of rooms available at the Courtyard by Marriott Lincoln Downtown/Haymarket.  808 R Street, Lincoln Nebraska.  (402) 904-4800.

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/lnkcy-courtyard-lincoln-downtown-haymarket/

The special UNL/SOB hotel rate is $125 per night (plus tax) and includes breakfast.  Please make your hotel reservation by September 2nd.  (Make sure that you mention that this is for the SOB conference in order to get the special rate.  The contact person at the hotel is Melanie Maynard.)  Meeting attendees will need to cover their hotel, travel and Saturday night dinner expenses.

The hotel offers a free shuttle to and from the Lincoln airport (LNK) (you’ll need to call to reserve the shuttle).   LNK is about 10 minutes away from downtown Lincoln. http://www.lincolnairport.com

The Lincoln airport connects on Delta to Atlanta and Minneapolis and on United to Chicago and Denver.

There is also another larger airport in Omaha (OMA), 50 miles away, that may offer more international flight connections.  http://www.flyoma.com.

Please see the University of Nebraska website for more information about the university, travel options, and the area:  http://www.unl.edu/lincoln/about-lincoln

As always, our meeting begins with a Friday night reception and runs until noon on Sunday.  The UNL College of Business Administration generously agreed to host the Friday night reception, as well as lunch and coffee breaks on Saturday and Sunday.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Larry (who will be moving to UNL this fall!)  larry.williams@und.edu or to the SOB planning committee.

 

Society for Organizational Behavior

September 23-25, 2016

University of Nebraska, Lincoln

 

Friday  September 23rd:

7:00 – 11:00     Evening Reception: Flatwater Bistro, 801 R Street, Lincoln  (half block from hotel)

Saturday September 24th:

Breakfast at Hotel (available at 7:00 am, should be included with your room rate)

 Presentation room:

College of Business Administration, Room 128, 120 R. Street,

Enter from east side of building (map available Thursday)

About 8 block walk, or hotel shuttle should be able to take you

8:30-8:45         Introductions

8:45-9:30         Leanne Atwater: “Leadership Research 1990-2015:  Where are the Data Coming From and Does it Matter?”

9:30-10:15       Peter Bamberger: “Workplace injury’s impact on return to work and post-return work functioning: The role of cognition and emotion.”

10:15-10:45     Coffee Break

10:45-11:30     Mike Buckley (with John Baur and Richard Gardner): “A ripe apple in a rotten barrel:  An interactionist perspective of pros-social rule breaking.”

11:30-12:15     Jackie Coyle-Shapiro (with Harry Barkema and Eva le Grand).  “Teachers in slum schools in India: A qualitative study of the employee-organization relationship.”
12:15-1:45       Lunch:  Misty’s Steakhouse and Brewery, 200 N. 11th

                        4 block walk from College of Business Administration

1:45-2:30         Bob Eisenberger (with Thomas Rockstuhl, Soon Ang, Mindy Shoss, and Lynn M. Shore. “Perceived Organizational Support in Time and Place.”

2:30-3:15         Yitzhak Fried  (with H. Peretz, H., S. Kaminka, and A Levi):  A. “Dual effects of subsidiary and parent organizations’ human resource practices on employee reactions and organizational outcomes”

3:15-3:30:        Coffee Break

3:30 – 4:15:      Belle Rose Ragins, Maureen Ambrose, & Marshall Schminke.  Facilitated discussion:  A conversation about publishing issues, the peer review process, and developing our scholarly community. 

4:15 – 5:00:      Business Meeting      

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

 Sunday September 25th”

 Breakfast at Hotel (available at 7:00 am)

8:30 – 9:15:     Fran Yammarino: “Is it multi-level or cross-level?”

9:15 – 10:00:   Terri Scandura (with Caren Goldberg, Lu Zhang, and Patrick McKay) “Should I stay or should I go? LMX agreement, Person-Organization Fit and Perceived Organizational Support”

10:00-10:15:    Coffee Break

10:15 – 11:00: Mike Mumford: “Leader thinking skills.”

 

SOB ATTENDEES AS OF 9-19

Herman Aguinis

Maureen Ambrose

Leanne Atwater

Peter Bamberger

Mike Buckley

Gilad Chen

Jackie Coyle-Shapiro

Bob Eisenberger

Yitzhak Fried

Dan Ganster

George Graen

Mike Mumford

Belle Rose Ragins

Deborah Rupp

Marshall Schminke

Jason Shaw

Lynn Shore

Pam Perrewe

Terri Scandura

Larry Williams

Fran Yammarino

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