Gregory B. Northcraft
Harry J. Gray Professor of Executive Leadership
and Professor of Business Administration
M.A., Social Psychology, Stanford University, 1981
B.A., Experimental Psychology and Philosophy, Oxford University, 1977
A.B., Psychology, Dartmouth College, 1975.
the University of Illinois since 1995. Professor, University of Arizona,
1981-95. Visiting professor at Chulalongkorn University, Melbourne
University, Northwestern University, University of National and World
Economics (Bulgaria), Dartmouth College, Guangzhou Institute for Foreign
Vough, H.C., Broschak, J.P., & Northcraft, G.B. 2004.
Here today, gone tomorrow? Effects of nonstandard work
status on workgroup processes and outcomes. In M.
Thomas-Hunt, E.A. Mannix, & M.A. Neale (Eds.), Research
on managing groups and teams: v6. Stamford, CT: JAI
Ashford, S., & Northcraft, G. 2003. Robbing Peter to pay
Paul: Feedback, division of attention, and goal attainment.
Human Resource Management Review, 13:537-559.
Stroh, L., Northcraft, G., & Neale, M. 2001.
Organization Behavior: A Management Challenge, Mahwah,
NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Pratt, M., Fuller, M., & Northcraft, G. 2000. The price
of media richness: Media richness effects of the formation
of group identity and group outcomes. In T. Griffith, E.
Mannix, & M. Neale (Eds.), Research on managing groups
and teams: 231-255. Stamford, CT: JAI Press.
Pinkley, R., & Northcraft, G. 2000. Turning Lead into
Gold: The Expert Negotiator's Guide to Salary and
Compensation Negotiation, New York: St. Martin's Press.
Trieschmann, J., Dennis, A., Northcraft, G., & Niemi, A.
2000. Serving multiple constituencies in the business
school: MBA program vs. research performance. Academy of
Management Journal, 43: 1130-1141.
Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, Institute of Labor and
Industrial Relations, 2001. Executive & Professional
Development Teaching Award, College of Business, 1999.
Organizational Science, 2003-present. Editor, Academy of
Management Journal, 1999-2001. Associate editor,
Group Decision and Negotiation, 1999-present. Editorial
board: Academy of Management Review, 2002-present;
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes,
2001-present; Journal of Managerial Issues,
1999-present. Board of Governors, Academy of Management,
courses in management and organizational behavior, behavioral aspects
of decision-making, negotiation, and conflict management Research
interests include conflict management, managerial decision making,
process of collaboration and employee motivation and job design, particularly
in high technology manufacturing settings.
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