Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
Her primary areas of study are Social psychology, Organisation climate, Organizational culture, Organizational behavior and Person–environment fit. Her Social psychology research integrates issues from Developmental psychology, Function and Organizational structure. Her studies deal with areas such as Competitive advantage, Industrial organization and Social control as well as Organisation climate.
Her Organizational culture study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Big Five personality traits, Organizational commitment and Organizational theory. The Organizational commitment study combines topics in areas such as Job performance, Job satisfaction, Construct and Prosocial behavior. Jennifer A. Chatman combines subjects such as Cognitive psychology, Organizational effectiveness, Order and Value with her study of Person–environment fit.
Her main research concerns Social psychology, Organizational culture, Public relations, Personality and Organizational behavior. Her work on Norm and Creativity as part of general Social psychology research is often related to Collectivism, Working group and Salary, thus linking different fields of science. Her research in Organizational culture intersects with topics in Organisation climate, Organizational commitment, Tertiary sector of the economy, Marketing and Investment banking.
Organisation climate connects with themes related to Person–environment fit in her study. The various areas that Jennifer A. Chatman examines in her Organizational commitment study include Construct and Compliance. Her work in Organizational behavior is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Organizational theory.
Jennifer A. Chatman spends much of her time researching Social psychology, Public relations, Personality, Organizational culture and Perception. Her Social psychology research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Mountaineering and Collectivism. The Employee development research Jennifer A. Chatman does as part of her general Public relations study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Workgroup, Coronavirus disease 2019, Work environment and Key, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Her study in Personality is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Narcissism, Leadership style and Transformational leadership. Her Organizational culture research includes elements of Knowledge management, Leverage, Parsing and Mindset. The concepts of her Mindset study are interwoven with issues in Lay theories, Genius and Organizational trust.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Personality, Social psychology, Join, Public relations and Transformational leadership. Her Personality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Legal risk, Narcissism, Corporate governance and Vulnerability. Jennifer A. Chatman has included themes like Organizational culture, Genius and Mindset in her Social psychology study.
Her study in Join intersects with areas of studies such as Status quo and Leadership style.
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Organizational commitment and psychological attachment: The effects of compliance, identification, and internalization on prosocial behavior.
Charles A. O'Reilly;Jennifer Chatman.
PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE: A PROFILE COMPARISON APPROACH TO ASSESSING PERSON-ORGANIZATION FIT
Charles A. O'Reilly;Jennifer Chatman;David F. Caldwell.
The Influence of Demographic Heterogeneity on the Emergence and Consequences of Cooperative Norms in Work Teams
Jennifer A. Chatman;Francis J. Flynn.
Academy of Management Journal (2001)
Matching People and Organizations: Selection and Socialization in Public Accounting Firms
Jennifer A. Chatman.
Academy of Management Proceedings (1989)
Improving Interactional Organizational Research: A Model of Person-Organization Fit
Jennifer A. Chatman.
Academy of Management Review (1989)
Culture as social control: Corporations, cults, and commitment.
Charles A. O'Reilly;Jennifer A. Chatman.
Assessing the Relationship between Industry Characteristics and Organizational Culture: How Different can You Be?
Jennifer A. Chatman;Karen A. Jehn.
Academy of Management Journal (1994)
Being Different Yet Feeling Similar: The Influence Of Demographic Composition And Organizational Culture On Work Processes And Outcomes
Jennifer A. Chatman;Jeffrey T. Polzer;Sigal G. Barsade;Margaret A. Neale.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1998)
Building organizational commitment: A multifirm study
David F. Caldwell;Jennifer A. Chatman;Charles A. O'Reilly.
Personality, Organizational Culture, and Cooperation: Evidence from a Business Simulation.
Jennifer A. Chatman;Sigal G. Barsade.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1995)
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