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Executive Leadership Ph.D.

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As the Director of the Executive Leadership Ph.D. in Management, I’d be glad to answer any questions you have about the program. Please email me at execphd@clemson.edu. I look forward to corresponding with you!

Kristin Scott
Professor, Management
412N Wilbur O. and Ann Powers Hall
The Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business
Clemson University

Meet Our Faculty

Clemson Management faculty are internationally recognized, with published research in journals such as Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Management Science, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, and Journal of Applied Psychology.

Kristin Scott, Ph.D.

Program Director
kscott3@clemson.edu

  • Appointments
    • Director, Executive Leadership Ph.D. Program, Clemson University
    • Faculty Scholar in the Clemson University School of Health Research (CUSHR)
  • Awards
    • Service Excellence Award, Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business, 2020-2021
    • Management Department Professor of Excellence in Research, 2019-2020
    • Nominated: Clemson Board of Trustees Award for Excellence, Fall 2019
    • Awarded Faculty Fellowship at Greenville Hospital System to study physician burnout. Selected as one of three Clemson University researchers to receive this award, Jan-Aug, 2018
    • Appointed as Faculty Scholar in the Clemson University School of Health Research (CUSHR), 2015-present
    • Emerging Scholar Research Excellence Award, College of Business and Behavioral Science, Clemson University, 2012-2013
  • Education
    • Doctor of Philosophy, Business Administration, Management, University of Kentucky, 2007
    • Masters of Business Administration, Human Resources, University of South Carolina, 1996
    • Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Human Resources, Villanova University, 1994
  • Industry Experience
    • General Electric Co., Human Resources Manager
    • Computer Associates International, Human Resources Manager
    • Ingersoll Rand Co., Human Resources Generalist
  • Publications
    • Sawyer, K., Thoroughgood, C., Stillwell, E., Duffy, M.K., Scott, K.L., & Adair, L. (2021) Being Present and Being Thankful: A Longitudinal Study of Mindfulness, Gratitude, Prosocial Motivation and Employee Helping Behavior. In press at the Journal of Applied Psychology.
    • Zagenczyk, T.J., Powell, E.E., & Scott, K.L. (2020) How exhausting!? An examination of the contagion effects of emotional exhaustion using social network analysis. Journal of Management Studies, 57(8), 1589-1609. https://doi.org/10.1111/joms.12557
    • Scott, K.L., Zagenczyk, T.J., Li, S., Gardner, W., Cogliser, C., & Laverie, D. (2018). Social network ties and organizational citizenship behavior: Evidence of a curvilinear relationship. The first two authors contributed equally. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. 27(6), 752-763.
    • Lee, K.Y., Duffy, M.K., Scott, K.L., & Schippers, M.C. (2018) "The Ambivalent Experience of Being Envied at Work: When and How Being Envied Shapes Employee Feelings and Motivation”. Personnel Psychology, 71(2): 181-200. (Impact Factor: 3.129), DOI: 10.1111/peps.12251
    • Scott, K.D., Ingram, A., Zagenczyk, T.J., & Shoss, M.K. (2015). Work-family conflict and social undermining behavior: An examination of PO fit and gender differences. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 88, 203-218.
    • Scott, K.L., Tams, S., Schippers, M. & Lee, K.Y. (2015). Opening the Blackbox: Exploring the Link Between Workplace Exclusion, Perceptions of Envy and Worker Helping Behavior, Health and Turnover. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 24:2, 239-255.
    • Scott, K.L., Zagenczyk, T.J., Schippers, M., Purvis, R.L. & Cruz, K.S. (2014). Coworker exclusion and employee outcomes: An investigation of the moderating roles of perceived organizational and social support. Journal of Management Studies. 51(8). 1235-1256. doi: 10.1111/joms.12099,
    • Scott, K.L., Restubog, S.D.L. & Zagenczyk, T.J. (2013). A Social Exchange-Based Model of the Antecedents of Workplace Exclusion. Journal of Applied Psychology. 98(1): 37-48.
    • Duffy, M.K, Scott, K.L., Shaw, J.D., Tepper, B.J., & Aquino, K. (2012). Envy and social undermining: Exploring the roles of social identification and moral disengagement, Academy of Management Journal, 55(3): 643-666.
    • *Restubog, S.D.L., Scott, K.L., & Zagenczyk, T.J. (2011). When Distress Hits Home: The Role of Aggressive Culture in Predicting Abusive Supervision and the Effects on Employees and their Significant Others. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96(4): 713-729. *All authors contributed equally to this manuscript and are listed alphabetically.
    • Scott, K.D., Shaw, J.D., & Duffy, M.K. (2008). On the relationship between merit pay raises and organization-based self-esteem. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 29(7): 967-980.
Kristin Scott
Matt Hershel

Matt Hersel, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
mhersel@clemson.edu

  • Appointments
    • Assistant Professor, Clemson University, Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business
    • Instructor, Auburn University, Raymond J. Harbert College of Business
  • Education
    • B.S., MBA, Ph.D., Auburn University, Raymond J. Harbert College of Business
  • Honors and Awards
    • Research Fellowship, Auburn University, Raymond J. Harbert College of Business
  • Industry Experience
    • Business Strategy and Healthcare Consulting
  • Publications
    • Hersel, M. C. (forthcoming) Fighting with the fourth estate: A theoretical framework of organization-media rivalry for narrative control following a transgression. Academy of Management Review.
    • Connelly, B. C., Shi, W., Walker, H. J., Hersel, M. C. (forthcoming) Searching for a sign: CEO successor selection in the wake of corporate misconduct. Journal of Management.
    • Hersel, M. C., Helmuth, C. A., Zorn, M. L., Shropshire, C., & Ridge, J. W. (2019) The corrective actions organizations pursue following misconduct: A review and research agenda. Academy of Management Annals. 13(2), 547-585.

Amy Ingram, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
amyi@clemson.edu

  • Professional Experience
    • Proctor & Gamble, North American Haircare, Financial Analyst
    • World Directory Service, Owner
    • Interstate Gas Marketing, Inc., Regional Business Development Manager
    • Pace Corporate Offices, Purchasing Assistant
  • Awards
    • Clemson University College of Business 2017 Emerging Scholar of Research Excellence Award
    • Paper recognized as Best Research Publication Journal Award for "A comparison of Black and White entrepreneurs in the United States" in the International Journal of Strategic Management, 2015
  • Education
    • Doctor of Philosophy, Management, University of Cincinnati, 2011
    • Master of Business Administration, University of Cincinnati, 2005
    • Bachelor of Arts, Suma Cum Laude, University of Cincinnati, 2004
  • Professional Service
    • Board Member Women's Leadership Program
    • Spiro Faculty Fellow, 2015-2017
    • Journal of Business Venturing Editorial Board
    • Small Business Economics Editorial Board
    • Ad Hoc Reviewer Academy of Management Journal
    • Ad Hoc Reviewer Academy of Management Review
    • Ad Hoc Reviewer Journal of Management
    • Ad Hoc Reviewer Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
    • Ad Hoc Reviewer Journal of Small Business Management
  • Publications

    Ingram has published research in:

    • Academy of Management Journal
    • Strategic Management Journal
    • Journal of Management
    • Harvard Business Review
    • Human Relations
    • Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
    • Journal of Product Innovation Management
    • Strategic Organization
    • Journal of Small Business Management
    • Small Business Economics
    • Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology

    Ingram's publications include:

    • Ridge, J., Ingram, A., Abdurakhmonov, M., & Hasija, D. 2019. Market reactions to non-market strategy: The signaling role of congressional testimony. Strategic Management Journal, 40 (10: 1644-1667.
    • Blevins, D., Ingram, A., Tsang, E., & Peng, M. 2019. How do foreign initial public offerings attract investor attention? A study of the impact of language. Strategic Organization, 17(3): 363-384.
    • Andriopoulos, C., & Gotsi, M, Lewis, M. & Ingram, A. 2018. Turning the sword: How NPD teams cope with front-end tensions. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 35(3):427-445.
    • Miron-Spektor, E., Ingram, A., Keller, J., Smith, W., & Lewis, M. 2018. Microfoundations of organizational paradox: The problem is how we think about the problem. Academy of Management Journal, 6(1): 26-45.
    • Ridge, J., Ingram, A., & Hill, A. 2017. Beyond lobbying expenditures: How lobbying breadth and political connectedness affect firm outcomes. Academy of Management Journal, 60(3):1138-1163.
    • *Ridge, J., & Ingram, A. 2017. Modesty in the top management team: Investor reaction and performance implications. Journal of Management, 43(4):1283-1306. (*The first and second author contributed equally).
    • Hill, A., Ridge, J., & Ingram., A. 2017. The growing conflict-of-interest problem in the U.S Congress. Harvard Business Review. https://hbr.org/2017/02/the-growing-conflict-of-interest-problem-in-the-u-s-congress
    • Ingram, A., Peak, W., Stewart, W., & Watson, W. 2017. Emotional intelligence, interpersonal process effectiveness, and entrepreneurial performance: A mediated moderated model. Journal of Small Business Management. https://doi: 10.1111/jsbm.12333
    • Hechavarria, D., & Ingram, A. 2017. Entrepreneurial ecosystem conditions & gendered national-level entrepreneurial activity: A fourteen-year panel study of GEM. Small Business Economics. https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/pdfplus/10.1108/IJGE-09-2014-0029
    • Hechavarria, D, Ingram, A., Terjesen, S., Justo, R., Renko, M., & Elam, A. 2017. Taking care of business: The impact of gender and culture on the entrepreneurs' goals for venture value creation. Small Business Economics, 48(1): 225-257.
    • Hechavarria, D., & Ingram, A. 2017. The entrepreneurial gender divide: Hegemonic masculinity, emphasized femininity and organizational forms. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 8(3): 242-281.
    • Ridge, J., Hill, A., & Ingram, A. 2016. The signaling role of politician stock ownership: Effects on firm lobbying intensity. Journal of Management, 20(10):1-26.
    • Ingram, A., Lewis, M., Barton, S., & Gartner, W. 2015. Paradoxes and innovation in family firms: The role of paradoxical thinking. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 40(1):161-176.
    • Hechavarria, D., & Ingram, A. 2015. A review of entrepreneurial ecosystems and the entrepreneurial society: Exploration with the global entrepreneurship monitor dataset. Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship, 26(1): 1-25.
    • Scott, K., Ingram, A., Zagenczyk, T., & Shoss, M. 2015. Work family conflict and social undermining behavior: An examination of gender differences. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 88(1): 203-218.
    • Ingram, A., Hechavarria, D., & Matthews, C. 2014. Does cultural capital matter? Exploring sources of funding in new venture creation. Small Business Institute Journal, 1(10).
    • Watson, W., Stewart, W., Peake, W., Cooper, D., & Ingram, A. 2014. A comparison of Black and White entrepreneurs in the United States. International Journal of Strategic Management. (Received Best Journal Article Award).
    • Gotsi, M., Andriopoulos, C., Lewis, M., & Ingram, A. 2010. Creative tensions: Managing tensions of multiple identities. Human Relations, 63(6): 781-805.
    • Luscher, L., Lewis, M., & Ingram, A. 2006. The social construction of organizational change paradoxes. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 19: 491-502
Amy Ingram
Ron Landis

Ron Landis, Ph.D.

Ron Landis's research interests lie primarily in quantitative data analysis and research methodology.
ron@millanchicago.com

  • Academic Appointments

    Illinois Institute of Technology
    Nambury S. Raju Professor of Psychology, Affiliate Professor of Business
    Full Professor, Department of Psychology, 2011-2022

    University of Memphis
    Professor of Psychology
    Full Professor, Department of Psychology, 2006-2011

    Tulane University
    Associate Professor of Psychology, Affiliate Professor of Business
    Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, 1996-2006

    George Washington University
    Assistant Professor of Psychology
    Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, 1994-1996

  • Awards, Honors, Distinctions
    • Fellow, Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2012
    • Fellow, American Psychological Association, 2012
    • Best Paper of the Year, Organizational Research Methods, 2012
    • Endowed Chair of Psychology, Illinois Institute of Technology, 2011
  • Education
    • Doctor of Philosophy, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Michigan State University
    • Masters of Science, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Michigan State University
    • Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Pennsylvania State University
  • Industry Experience
    • Deere & Company
    • Chrysler Financial
    • Ford Motor Company
    • City of San Francisco
    • City of New Orleans
    • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
    • Navy Personnel Research, Studies and Technology
  • Publications

    Ron's work has appeared in the field's highest-ranked academic journals, including:

    • Organizational Research Methods
    • Journal of Applied Psychology
    • Personnel Psychology
    • Academy of Management Learning & Education
    • Journal of Business and Psychology

    He has published more than 75 articles, book chapters, and entries in edited volumes and has an h-index of 35.

Chad Navis, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
chadn@clemson.edu

  • Academic Appointments

    Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business, Clemson University
    Associate Professor, Department of Management, 2015-present

    Wisconsin School of Business, University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Human Resources, 2009-2015
    Principal Faculty, Initiative for Studies in Transformational Entrepreneurship, 2009-2015

  • Awards, Honors, Distinctions
    • Editorial Board Member, Administrative Science Quarterly, 2016-present
    • Editorial Board Member, Academy of Management Review, 2020-present
    • Watt Center Faculty Fellow, Clemson University, 2018-2021
    • Erskine Fellow, University of Canterbury, Christchurch NZ, 2019
    • IDEA "Thought Leader" award for best-published entrepreneurship paper in 2011, 2012
    • IDEA "Thought Leader" award for best-published entrepreneurship paper in 2010, 2011
  • Education
    • Doctor of Philosophy, Organizations and Management, Emory University, 2009
    • Master of Business Administration, Entrepreneurship Emphasis, University of Georgia, 2004
    • Bachelor of Science, Industrial Management, Clemson University, 1997
  • Industry Experience
    • American Management Systems (now CGI)
    • Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
  • Publications

    Navis has published his research in:

    • Academy of Management Review
    • Administrative Science Quarterly
    • Journal of Business Venturing
    • Journal of Management Studies
Chad Navis
Sharon Sheridan

Sharon Sheridan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Leadership
ssherid@clemson.edu

  • Appointments
    • Assistant Professor of Management, Clemson University, 2020-present
  • Education
    • Doctor of Philosophy, Business Administration, Management, University of Central Florida, 2017
    • Masters of Science, Business Administration, Decision & Information Sciences, University of Florida, 2004
    • Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Decision & Information Sciences, University of Florida, 2003
  • Industry Experience
    • KPMG, LLP., IT Advisory Manager
  • Publications
    • Sheridan, S., & Ambrose, M. L. (2020). My cup runneth over: A daily study of the energy benefits for supervisors who feel appreciated by their subordinates. Journal of Management.
    • Rice, D.B., Young, N.C.J. & Sheridan, S. (2020). Improving employee emotional and behavioral investments through the trickle-down effect of organizational inclusiveness and the role of moral supervisors. Journal of Business & Psychology, 36:2, 267-282.
    • Sheridan, S., Crossley, C., Vogel, R., Mitchelle, M., Bennett, R. (2019). Intending to Leave But No Place to Go: An Examination of the Behaviors of Reluctant Stayers, Human Performance, 32:2, 53-68.

Zeki Simsek, Ph.D.

Gressette Chair of Business Strategy and Planning
zsimsek@clemson.edu

  • Appointments
    • Clemson University, Professor & Gressette Chair of Business Strategy and Planning, 2016
    • University of Connecticut, Professor & Eversource Scholar in Technological Entrepreneurship, 2013-2015
    • University of Connecticut, Associate Professor & Ackerman Scholar
    • 2008 University of Connecticut, Associate Professor of Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship, 2008-2013
    • University of Connecticut Assistant Professor of Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship, 2003
    • University of Connecticut Instructor & Research Assistant, 1998
    • Bogazici University Instructor & Research Assistant, 1997
  • Awards
    • The Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business Senior Scholar Research Excellence Award for the 2019-2020 academic year, 2020
    • Clemson University URSAAA University Research, Scholarship and Artistic Achievement Society Award, 2019
    • Academy of Management Journal, Associate Editor, 2016-2019
    • Ranked in the top 1.6 percent out of more than 6,325 authors in the area of strategic management in terms of scholarly impact in management education, 2018
    • Ranked as one of the top-most influential authors globally in entrepreneurship research based on research output in top-tier management journals from 2000-2015, 2016
    • Distinguished Service Award, Business School, University of Connecticut, 2014
    • Ackerman Scholar, University of Connecticut, 2010-2015
    • Journal of Management Studies Best Reviewer Award, 2011-2012
    • Northeast Utilities Scholar of Technological Entrepreneurship, University of Connecticut, 2011-2016
    • Journal of Management Scholarly Impact Award,2011
    • Academy of Management Journal Editorial Board Outstanding Reviewer Award, 2011
    • Business School Best Paper Award, University of Connecticut, 2011
    • Business School Research Excellence Award, University of Connecticut,2005-2010
    • EURAM 2010 Annual Conference Best Paper, Rome, Italy, 2010
    • Academy of Management Journal Editorial Board Outstanding Reviewer Award, 2009
    • Business School Undergraduate Teaching Award, University of Connecticut, 2003-2008
    • The Eleventh Strategic Management Society Best Paper Honorable Mention, Germany, 2008
    • The Ninth Strategic Management Society Best Conference Paper Finalist, Vienna, 2006
  • Education
    • Ph.D. Management University of Connecticut
    • MBA Management & Organization University of New Haven
    • Certificate, International Business University of New Haven
    • M.S. Industrial & Economic Relations Anatolia University
    • B.A. Business Administration Anatolia University
  • Industry Experience
    • Small to Medium-Sized Firms, Entrepreneurial Ventures, and 3D Printing Industry (Ongoing Research)
  • Publications
    • Simsek, Z., & Li, Sali. Designing Scholarly Introductions as Jobs to Be Done. Forthcoming. Journal of Management.
    • Simsek, Z., Heavey, C. & Fox, B. Forthcoming. Systematicity in Organizational Research Literature Reviews: A Framework and Assessment. Organizational Research Methods.
    • Fox, B., Simsek, Z. & Heavey, C. (In Press). Top Management Team Experiential Variety, Competitive Repertoires, and Firm Performance: Examining the Law of Requisite Variety in the 3D Printing Industry (1986-2017). Academy of Management Journal.
    • Heavey, C., Simsek, Z., Kyprianou, C. & Risius, M. 2020. How Do Strategic Leaders Engage with Social Media? A Theoretical Framework for Research and Practice. Strategic Management Journal, 41: 1490-1527
    • Simsek, Z., Vaara, Paruchuri, S., Nadkarni, S. & Shaw, J.D. 2019. New Ways of Seeing Big Data. Academy of Management Journal. 62: 971-978.
    • Simsek, Z., Bansal, P., Shaw, J.D., Heugens, P.P.M.A.R. & Smith, W. 2018. Seeing Practice Impact in New Ways. Academy of Management Journal. 61: 2021-2025.
    • Simsek, Z. Heavey, C. & Fox, B. 2017. Interfaces of strategic leaders: A Framework, 30-Year Review, and research agenda. Journal of Management, 44: 280-324.
    • Simsek, Z. Heavey, C. & Fox, B. 2017. (Meta-)Framing Strategic Entrepreneurship. Strategic Organization. 15: 504-518.
    • Heavey, C. B & Simsek, Z. 2015. Transactive Memory Systems and Firm Performance: An Upper-Echelons Perspective. Organization Science, 26: 941-959.
    • Simsek, Z. Jansen, J., Minchilli, A., & Escriba, A. 2015. Strategic Leadership and Leaders in Entrepreneurial Contexts: A Nexus for Innovation and Impact Missed? Journal of Management Studies, 52: 463–478.
    • Simsek, Z., Fox, B., & Heavey, C. 2015. "What's Past is Prologue": A framework, review, and future directions for organizational research on imprinting. Journal of Management, 41: 288-317.
    • Heavey, C. B & Simsek, Z. 2014. Distributed cognition in top management teams and organizational ambidexterity: The influence of transactive memory systems. Journal of Management, 43 (3):919-945.
    • Heavey, C. & Simsek Z. 2014. Managerial social networks and ambidexterity of SMEs: The moderating role of a proactive commitment to innovation. Human Resource Management, 54: S201-S221.
    • Simsek Z., Heavey, C. & Jansen, J. 2013. Journal impact as a diffusion process: A conceptualization and the case of Journal of Management Studies. Journal of Management Studies, 50: 1374-1407.
    • Heavey C. & Simsek, Z. 2013. Top management compositional effects on corporate entrepreneurship: The moderating role of perceived technological uncertainty. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 30:837-855.
    • Jansen, J. Simsek, Z. & Cao, Q. 2012. Ambidexterity and performance in multi-unit contexts: Cross-Level moderating effects of structural and resource attributes. Strategic Management Journal, 33: 1286-1303.
    • Souder, D., Simsek Z. & Johnson, S. 2012. Market expansion over agent and founder CEOs’ time in office. Strategic Management Journal, 33: 23-41.
    • Cao, Q., Simsek, Z., & Jansen, J. 2012. CEO social capital and entrepreneurial orientation of the firm: Bonding and bridging effects. Journal of Management, 41: 1957-1981
    • Olie, R., Iterson, A.V., & Simsek, Z. 2012. When do CEOs versus top management teams matter in explaining strategic decision-making processes? Toward an institutional view of strategic leadership effects. International Studies of Management and Organization, 42: 86-105.
    • Simsek Z. & Heavey, C. 2011. The mediating role of knowledge-based capital for corporate entrepreneurship effects on performance: A study of small-to-medium sized firms. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 5: 81-100.
    • Cao, Q. & Simsek, Z. 2010. Modeling the Joint Impact of the CEO and the TMT on organizational ambidexterity. Journal of Management Studies. 47: 1272-1296.
    • Heavey, C., Simsek, Z., Roche, F., & Kelly, A. 2009. Decision comprehensiveness and corporate entrepreneurship: The moderating role of managerial uncertainty preferences and environmental dynamism. Journal of Management Studies, 46: 1289-1314.
    • Simsek, Z., Heavey, C., & Veiga, J. 2009. The Impact of CEO core self-evaluations on entrepreneurial orientation. Strategic Management Journal, 31: 110-119.
    • Simsek, Z., Heavey, C., Veiga, J. F., & Souder, D. 2009. A typology for aligning organizational ambidexterity's conceptualizations, antecedents, and outcomes. Journal of Management Studies, 46: 864-894.
    • Simsek, Z. 2009. Organizational ambidexterity: Towards a multilevel understanding. Journal of Management Studies, 46: 597-624.
    • Simsek, Z., Veiga, J. F Lubatkin, M.., & Dino, R. N. 2009. The role of an entrepreneurially alert information system in promoting corporate entrepreneurship. Journal of Business Research. 62: 810-817.
    • Ling, Y., Simsek, Z., Lubatkin M., & Veiga, J. 2008. The Impact of transformational CEOs on the performance of small- to medium-sized firms: Does tenure or founder status matter? Journal of Applied Psychology.4: 923-34.
    • Ling, Y., Simsek, Z., Lubatkin M., & Veiga, J. 2008. Transformational leadership's role in promoting corporate entrepreneurship: Examining the CEO-TMT Interface. Academy of Management Journal, 51: 742-776.
    • Simsek, Z. 2007. CEO tenure and organizational performance: An intervening model. Strategic Management Journal, 28: 653-662.
    • Florin J. & Simsek Z. 2007. The effects of moral hazard and adverse selection on the pricing and underpricing of initial public offerings. Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance, 9: 127-143.
    • Simsek, Z. Lubatkin, M., & Veiga, J. F. 2007. The impact of the competitive environment on corporate entrepreneurship: Toward understanding discretionary slack's pivotal role. Journal of Management Studies. 44: 1398-1424.
    • Lubatkin, M., Simsek Z., Ling, Y. & Veiga, J. F. 2006. Ambidexterity and performance on small- to medium-sized firms: The pivotal role of TMT behavioral Integration. Journal of Management. 32: 646-672.*
    • Golden, T., Veiga, J. F. & Simsek, Z. 2006. Telecommuting's differential impact on work-family conflict: Is there no place like home? Journal of Applied Psychology. 91: 1340-1350.
    • Simsek, Z., Veiga, J. F Lubatkin, M.., & Dino, R. N. 2005. Modeling the multilevel determinants of top management team behavioral integration. Academy of Management Journal, 48: 69-84.
    • Simsek, Z., Lubatkin, M.H., & Floyd, S.W. 2003. Interfirm networks and entrepreneurial behavior: A structural embeddedness perspective. Journal of Management, 3: 427-442.
    • Simsek, Z. & Veiga, J.F. 2001. A primer on Internet self-administered surveys. Organizational Research Methods Journal, 4: 218-235.
    • Simsek, Z. & Veiga, J.F. 2000. The e-mail surveying technique: An assessment and integration. Organizational Research Methods Journal, 1: 92-114.
Zeki Simsek
Wayne Stewart

Wayne Stewart, Ph.D.

Professor of Management
waynes@clemson.edu

Wayne Stewart's research focuses on the organization-environment interface, mostly on change and its consequences, including venture creation and performance in initiating change, or organizational issues in responding to change, particularly in economic transition settings.

  • Appointments
    • Management Department Graduate Programs Coordinator, 2020-present
    • Luso-American Foundation Visiting Scholar of Strategy, Institute Superior Economics and Management, Lisbon, Portugal, 2002, 2003
  • Awards, Honors, Distinctions
    • University Research, Scholarship and Artistic Achievement Award, Clemson University, 2020
    • Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business, Clemson University, excellence awards in research-2001, graduate teaching-2009 and service-2011, 2020
    • Management Professor of Excellence, Clemson University, 2017, 2018, 2019
  • Education
    • Ph.D., University of North Texas
    • MBA, Western Carolina University
    • B.S.B.A. (Finance), Western Carolina University
  • Industry Experience
    • Founding owner, Dalala LLC, 2018 to present
    • Associate, Texas Consulting and Applied Research, 1996-1997
    • Co-owner of a gourmet restaurant, 1986-1991
  • Publications
    • Academy of Management Journal
    • Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
    • Journal of Applied Psychology
    • Journal of Business Venturing
    • Journal of Small Business Management
    • Journal of Management
    • Management International Review

Craig Wallace, Ph.D.

Department Chair and Professor
cw74@clemson.edu

As an Organizational Psychologist, Craig focuses on creating workplaces where employees thrive and business booms.

  • Appointments

    Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business, Clemson University, 2019-present
    Head & Professor, Department of Management
    Powers Leadership Team

    Daniels College of Business, University of Denver, 2017-2019
    Head & Professor, Department of Management
    Director: Master of Science in Management Program
    Co-Director & Research Director, Executive Ph.D. Program
    Daniels Senior Leadership Team

    Watson Graduate School of Management, Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University, 2006-2017
    Executive Director, Executive Ph.D. Program, 2010-2016
    William S. Spears Chair of Business Administration, 2011-2017
    Professor of Management, 2015
    Donald Brattain Professor, 2009-2011
    Associate Professor, tenured 2009
    Assistant Professor

    Tulane University, 2004-2006
    Assistant Professor

  • Awards, Honors, Distinctions
    • Board Member: PSP Metrics
    • Fellow at SIOP
    • S. Rains Wallace Award from SIOP
    • ATD Research Award
    • Associate Editor, Journal of Management (2 terms)
    • Board Member (former): Executive Doctorate Business Administration Council (EDBAC)
    • Over 500k in sponsored research
    • Assisted in raising over 40M across various universities
  • Education
    • AMP, Wharton
    • Ph.D., Georgia Tech
    • M.A., University of West Florida
    • B.S., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
  • Industry Experience

    Craig has consulted with leading firms on a variety of projects. Firms include Wal-Mart, UPS, Frontier Airlines, ONEOK, Anschutz Entertainment Group, Shell Oil, Wynn Entertainment, Conoco-Philips, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Evonik, US Department of Defense, Crocs, Deluxe Post Production, Starbucks and many more. Most of his work is focused on organizational talent, people analytics and leadership development.

  • Publications

    Craig has published over 70 journal articles, chapters and popular press articles with many appearing in elite journals (see below) and is a regular contributor to his columns on SHRM and PsychToday.

    • Journal of Management
    • Journal of Applied Psychology
    • Personnel Psychology
    • Journal of Organizational Behavior
    • Journal of Business and Psychology
Craig Wallace

Contact Me

As the Director of the Executive Leadership Ph.D. in Management, I’d be glad to answer any questions you have about the program. Please email me at execphd@clemson.edu. I look forward to corresponding with you!

Kristin Scott
Professor, Management
412N Wilbur O. and Ann Powers Hall
The Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business
Clemson University

Department of Management
Department of Management | 418 Wilbur O. and Ann Powers Hall, Clemson, S.C., 29634