Global Committee

The Global Committee (GC) of the Organizational Behavior division was formed in May 2014. The mission of the GC includes welcoming and supporting international members to the OB division, leveraging the international character of division, and ensuring that the offerings and services reflect the increasingly international membership.   The committee includes OB scholars from around the world, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Kenya, Norway, Peru, Singapore, Turkey, UK, and the US.   The IC works in three main areas:
  1. Proposing and organizing new PDW’s and Social Events with an international orientation
  2. Assisting OB Executive Committee on any issues related to international content and global membership
  3. Working with MCC on creating joint events such as Global OB Ambassadors program starting in 2018
  4. Collecting additional information regarding the needs and preferences of non-US OB division members.
 

Global Committee Members

Arzu Wasti Sabanci U.
Bart de Jong Australian Catholic U.
Betania Tanure (Brazil)
Hazel Gachunga Jomo Kenyatta U.
Hui Wang
Markus Baer Washington U. in St. Louis
Mathis Schulte HEC Paris
Rachel Gabel-Shemueli University of the Pacific (Peru)
Simon Restubog Australian National U.
Andreas_Richter.jpgAndreas Richter Cambridge U. UK Andreas Richter is a University Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School (JBS). Prior to joining JBS, he was Assistant Professor at Instituto de Empresa Business School. Andreas holds a PhD in management from Aston University (UK), and a Diploma in Psychology from the University of Giessen (Germany). His research interests center on creativity in teams and organizational intergroup relations.
Ashley_Fulmer.jpgAshley Fulmer National U. Singapore Singapore Ashley Fulmer is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the National University of Singapore. She received her MS (2010) and PhD (2012) in Organizational Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park. Ashley’s research centers on trust in organizations, cross-cultural organizational behavior, and levels of analysis theory and research. Her work primarily examines the dynamics of trust between individuals and in teams within organizational and cross-cultural contexts. Ashley’s research has been published in top journals in Psychology and Management.
Bard_Kuvaas.jpgBård Kuvaas BI Norway Bård Kuvaas is professor of Organizational Psychology at the Department of Leadership and Organizational Behavior, BI Norwegian Business. His research interests include behavioral decision making, motivation, leadership, and human resource management. His work has been published in journals such as Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Organizational Behavior, The Leadership Quarterly, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Human Resource Management, Journal of Vocational Behavior, British Journal of Social Psychology, and European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.
Dan_Caprar.jpgDan Caprar U. New South Wales Australia Dan V. Caprar is a Senior Lecturer at UNSW Australia Business School, Australia. He received his MBA (2002) and PhD (2007) from The University of Iowa in the United States. Dan’s research focuses on the interplay between business and its cultural context. He teaches Leadership in the UNSW MBA program in Hong Kong and in the Executive MBA program in Sydney. Dan serves in the Editorial Board of the Journal of International Business Studies and Cross-Cultural Management: An International Journal, and is a Regional Associate Editor for the International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management.
Marjo-Riitta_Diehl.jpgMarjo-Riitta Diehl European Business School Germany Marjo-Riitta Diehl (Maikki) is a Professor at EBS Business School in Germany. She completed her PhD at London School of Economics and Political Science and held previously a position at Hanken School of Economics and Business Administration in Finland. Her research interests include social exchange theory, organizational justice and psychological contracts. During her free time, she enjoys playing Lego with her children, sports (running, skiing and indoor hockey) as well as travelling.
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