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Frederick P. Morgeson, Ph.D.

Editor, Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and
Organizational Behavior

Eli Broad Professor of Management
Eli Broad College of Business
Michigan State University

E-mail: fred@morgeson.com

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Some Information About Me

I am currently an Eli Broad Professor of Management at the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University.

I teach, conduct research, and consult across a range of areas in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior, including leadership, work analysis and design, work teams, and personnel selection and staffing.

I am also the founding and current Editor of the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, former Editor of Personnel Psychology, co-author of the leading job analysis book, and the former Chair of the Academy of Management's HR Division.

Click on the About and Research links to learn more about my background and research.


 
New and Notable
  • See my video interview with Barry Staw on the inspiration behind his research, his views of the field, career management advice, and many other topics. This is a compliment to his article in Volume 3 of the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior.
  • We are proud that our article, Event System Theory: An Event-oriented Approach to the Organizational Sciences, was an Academy of Management Review 2015 Best Article Award Finalist.
  • We're excited by the recognition our research has received. The paper, “Leadership in Teams: A Functional Approach to Understanding Leadership Structures and Processes” received the 2015 SAGE Journal of Management Best Paper Award. This paper is one of the top 50 most highly cited articles published in the field of management in 2010 out of more than 34,000 articles published in the field.
  • See my video interview with Ed Schein about how he got his start, the
    importance of culture and teams, and many other topics. This is a complement to his article in Volume 2 of the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior.
  • Think your job analysis respondents are always paying attention? Think again! See what some of the consequences are in our in press Journal of Management article.