Dr. Pauline Schilpzand is an Associate Professor of Management in the College of Business at Oregon State University where she teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in Project Management & Team Dynamics, and a Ph.D seminar in Research Methods. Pauline received her Ph.D. in Management from the University of Florida.
Her primary research areas include employee proactivity, leadership, and workplace incivility. Her research has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, the Journal of Management, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior.
Honors and Awards:
Winner, Academy of Management Journal 2010 Best Paper Award.
Winner, 2011 Saroj Parasuraman Award for outstanding publication (presented by the gender and diversity in organizations division of the Academy of Management).
Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award 2014
Excellence in Scholarship (Research) Award 2015
Schilpzand, P. & Huang, L. (in press). When and How Experienced Incivility Dissuades Proactive Performance: An Integration of Sociometer and Self-Identity Orientation Perspectives, Journal of Applied Psychology.
Schilpzand, P., Houston, L., & Cho, J. (in press). Not Too Tired to be Proactive: Daily Empowering Leadership Spurs Next-Morning Employee Proactivity as Moderated by Nightly Sleep Quality. Academy of Management Journal.
Livingston, B. A, Schilpzand, P., & Erez, A. (2017). A. It’s not only what you say, it’s how you say it: Accented messages and their effect on choice. Journal of Management. 43(3), 804-833.
Schilpzand, P., Leavitt, K., & Lim, S. (2016). Incivility hates company: shared victimization attenuates attribution-driven effects of rudeness. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 133, 33-44.
Schilpzand, P., De Pater, I., & Erez, E. (2016). Workplace incivility: A review of the literature and agenda for future research. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 37, S57-S88.
Erez, A., Schilpzand, P., Leavitt, K., Woolum, A., & Judge, T. A. (2015). Inherently relational: Interactions between peers’ and individuals’ personalities impact credit giving and evaluations of individual performance. Academy of Management Journal, 58(6), 1761-1784.
Schilpzand, P., Hekman, D, & Mitchell, T. R. (2015). Courage: The nature of the concept and its implications for organizations. Organization Science, 26(1), 52-77.
Leavitt, K., Reynolds, S., Barnes, C. Schilpzand, P., & Hannah. S. (2012). Different hats, different obligations: Plural occupational identities and situated moral judgments. Academy of Management Journal, 55, 1316-1333.
Hekman, D., Aquino, K., Owens, B., Mitchell, T., Schilpzand, P. & Leavitt, K. (2010). An examination of whether and how racial and gender biases influence customer satisfaction ratings. Academy of Management Journal, 53 (2), 238-264.