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Steven D. Charlier
Steven D. Charlier
Professor & Department Chair, Georgia Southern University
Verified email at georgiasouthern.edu
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Emergent leadership in virtual teams: A multilevel investigation of individual communication and team dispersion antecedents
SD Charlier, GL Stewart, LM Greco, CJ Reeves
The Leadership Quarterly 27 (5), 745-764, 2016
1762016
Teaching evidence-based management in MBA programs: What evidence is there?
SD Charlier, KG Brown, SL Rynes
Academy of Management Learning & Education 10 (2), 222-236, 2011
1132011
An integrative model of e-learning use: Leveraging theory to understand and increase usage
KG Brown, SD Charlier
Human Resource Management Review 23 (1), 37-49, 2013
1072013
The two faces of high self‐monitors: Chameleonic moderating effects of self‐monitoring on the relationships between personality traits and counterproductive work behaviors
IS Oh, SD Charlier, MK Mount, CM Berry
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (1), 92-111, 2014
1062014
Plugged in or disconnected? A model of the effects of technological factors on employee job embeddedness
SD Charlier, RP Guay, RD Zimmerman
Human Resource Management 55 (1), 109-126, 2016
572016
Trading off learning and performance: Exploration and exploitation at work
LM Greco, SD Charlier, KG Brown
Human Resource Management Review 29 (2), 179-195, 2019
462019
E-learning at work: Contributions of past research and suggestions for the future
KG Brown, SD Charlier, A Pierotti
International review of industrial and organizational psychology. Oxford …, 2012
402012
Deep-level and surface-level individual differences and applicant attraction to organizations: A meta-analysis
BW Swider, RD Zimmerman, SD Charlier, AJ Pierotti
Journal of Vocational Behavior 88, 73-83, 2015
372015
What do we teach in organizational behavior? An analysis of MBA syllabi
KG Brown, SD Charlier, SL Rynes, A Hosmanek
Journal of Management Education 37 (4), 447-471, 2013
312013
Who emerges into virtual team leadership roles? The role of achievement and ascription antecedents for leadership emergence across the virtuality spectrum
RK Purvanova, SD Charlier, CJ Reeves, LM Greco
Journal of Business and Psychology 36, 713-733, 2021
222021
Workplace cyberdeviance
SD Charlier, GW Giumetti, CJ Reeves, LM Greco
The Wiley Blackwell handbook of the psychology of the Internet at work, 131-156, 2017
172017
Training and development: issues and HRIS applications
R Burbach, SD Charlier
Human Resource Information Systems: Basics, Applications and Future …, 2008
92008
Organizational portfolio analysis: Focusing on risk inside the corporation
L Donaldson, SD Charlier, JXJ Qiu
Long Range Planning 45 (4), 235-257, 2012
82012
Incorporating evidence-based management into management curricula: A conversation with Gary Latham
SD Charlier
Academy of Management Learning & Education 13 (3), 467-475, 2014
72014
A transactional stress theory of global work demands: A challenge, hindrance, or both?
ML Kraimer, MA Shaffer, MC Bolino, SD Charlier, O Wurtz
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2022
42022
A multi-level investigation of emergent leadership and dispersion effects in virtual teams
SD Charlier
The University of Iowa, 2012
42012
Business and Management Education Research: Developing and Assessing Research Streams Using Legitimation Code Theory
J Ben Arbaugh, CJ Asarta, A Hwang, CJ Fornaciari, SD Charlier
Academy of Management Learning & Education 18 (3), 433-456, 2019
32019
Evidence, please? Rejoinder to “the menace of misinformation: faculty misstatements in management education and their consequences”
SD Charlier, RC Hoell, CR Sproul, SA Stewart
Journal of Management Education 43 (4), 434-445, 2019
22019
From the AMLE Editorial Team: Being an AMLE Reviewer
D Greenberg, SD Charlier
Academy of Management Learning and Education 18 (1), 2019
22019
Educating healthcare compliance professionals: Identification of competencies
AS Mattie, SD Charlier, S West, JD Runyan
Journal of Education for Business 95 (6), 367-374, 2020
12020
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