The Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management area at the Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business is composed of researchers on the cutting edge of workplace evolution. Our OBHR faculty are contributors and leaders in the study of organizational and individual performance, covering talent, human capital, AI and the future of work, technology and innovation and more.
Daniels School OBHR faculty are leading scholars in a multitude of cutting edge topics, including: issues at the work-nonwork and work-family interface, recovery and leisure, well-being, emotions and emotional labor, leadership, trust, diversity and gender, meaningfulness at work, networks of workplace relationships, recruitment and job search processes, identity and stigma, and motivation. OBHR faculty research appears in top academic journals including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and Organization Science, among other top management outlets.
Friday, September 8, 2023
Management experts often encourage business leaders to motivate employees by empowering them, but a majority of American workers right now are not feeling very motivated on the job, a new survey by Tobias Dennerlein suggests.
Monday, October 23, 2023
According to Purdue Assistant Professor Tobias Dennerlein, organizations increasingly attempt to reorganize themselves — to decentralize leadership and become more agile and team-based. To this end, company leaders often preach empowerment, which is a proactive orientation towards one’s work role.
Tuesday, October 10, 2023
Which combinations of coping strategies are beneficial for employees’ work and well-being? Kelly Schwind Wilson's research outlines multiple strategies for successfully managing stressful demands, including planning, prioritizing, positive reframing, and seeking emotional and instrumental support.
Monday, October 23, 2023
Michael A. Campion, Purdue’s Herman C. Krannert Distinguished Professor of Management, says the resumes and achievement records of most job seekers are part of an overflowing pool of big data that creates a daunting amount of work for employers and their HR staff.
Daniels School of Business PhD students are leading members of the next generation of innovative researchers, scholars and teachers. We are proud to support the next phase of their academic and professional lives.
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