1984 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
Richard J. Klimoski spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Teamwork, Performance appraisal, Self evaluation and Training. His work carried out in the field of Social psychology brings together such families of science as Group cognition, Group mind and Function. The Teamwork study which covers Team effectiveness that intersects with Schema, Multidimensional scaling and Organizational effectiveness.
As a part of the same scientific family, Richard J. Klimoski mostly works in the field of Schema, focusing on Team cognition and, on occasion, Knowledge management. Richard J. Klimoski combines subjects such as Quality, Knowledge level and Partial support with his study of Performance appraisal. His work investigates the relationship between Training and topics such as Career development that intersect with problems in Employee motivation.
Richard J. Klimoski mainly focuses on Social psychology, Applied psychology, Public relations, Knowledge management and Job performance. His studies examine the connections between Social psychology and genetics, as well as such issues in Negotiation, with regards to Group conflict. His research investigates the connection between Applied psychology and topics such as Job satisfaction that intersect with problems in Self-esteem and Employee motivation.
When carried out as part of a general Public relations research project, his work on Leadership studies and Leadership style is frequently linked to work in Perspective, Accountability and Position, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Knowledge management research includes themes of Staffing, Industrial and organizational psychology and Personnel selection. His Job performance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organizational behavior and Task.
His primary areas of investigation include Public relations, Context, Social psychology, Perspective and Applied psychology. His work on Leadership style as part of general Public relations research is frequently linked to Empowerment and Editorial board, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Leadership studies and Neuroleadership study in the realm of Leadership style connects with subjects such as Evidence-based education.
Context combines with fields such as Data science, Selection, Turnover, Business environment and Test in his work. His Perspective studies intersect with other subjects such as Strategic leadership, Prism, Working group, Position and Function. Richard J. Klimoski has researched Applied psychology in several fields, including Self-knowledge, Self insight, Interpersonal competence and Self-awareness.
His main research concerns Public relations, Context, Leadership style, Perspective and Selection. His Public relations research integrates issues from Top management, Marketing and Organizational performance. Richard J. Klimoski integrates several fields in his works, including Context, Social psychology, Business environment and Turnover.
His work on Neuroleadership and Leadership studies as part of general Leadership style research is often related to Evidence-based education, thus linking different fields of science. His study of Perspective brings together topics like Working group, Position, Function, Management and Staffing. Selection and Data science are commonly linked in his work.
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Team Mental Model: Construct or Metaphor?
Richard Klimoski;Susan Mohammed.
Journal of Management (1994)
The Measurement of Team Mental Models: We Have No Shared Schema
Susan Mohammed;Richard Klimoski;Joan R. Rentsch.
Organizational Research Methods (2000)
The nature of organizational leadership : understanding the performance imperatives confronting today's leaders
Stephen J. Zaccaro;Richard J. Klimoski.
Why do ‘great minds’ think alike?: antecedents of team member schema agreement
Joan R. Rentsch;Richard J. Klimoski.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (2001)
Research methods in human resources management
Neal Schmitt;Richard J. Klimoski;Gerald R. Ferris;Kendrith Martin Rowland.
The Impact Of Expectations On Newcomer Performance In Teams As Mediated By Work Characteristics, Social Exchanges, And Empowerment
Gilad Chen;Richard J. Klimoski.
Academy of Management Journal (2003)
Entry into Training Programs and Its Effects on Training Outcomes: A Field Experiment
William D. Hicks;Richard J. Klimoski.
Academy of Management Journal (1987)
Toward a theory of accountability in organizations and human resource management.
Dwight D. Frink;Richard J. Klimoski.
Emotions in the workplace : understanding the structure and role of emotions in organizational behavior
Robert G. Lord;Richard J. Klimoski;Ruth Kanfer.
Training Undergraduates to Work in Organizational Teams
Gilad Chen;Lisa M. Donahue;Richard J. Klimoski.
Academy of Management Learning and Education (2004)
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