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David Schoorman

David Schoorman

Associate Dean for Executive Education and Global Programs, Professor of Management

Education

Ph.D., Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University
M.S., Organizational Behavior, Carnegie Mellon University
B.A., Psychology, Butler University

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Professor Schoorman is the Associate Dean for Executive Education at the Krannert School of Management. He has been an instructor in Purdue's EMBA programs since 1990, and teaches in the areas of organizational behavior, organization theory, and human resource management.

In 2007, Dr. Schoorman received the "Distinguished Educator" award from the Academy of Management. This career award is the highest award granted by the Academy of Management.

In 2006, Professor Schoorman was honored with an award by the Academy of Management Review for his article, "An Integrative Model of Organizational Trust" (with R. C. Mayer and J. H. Davis), Academy of Management Review (1995). This article was recognized as the "Most influential article published in the decade of the 1990's."

Professor Schoorman's research interests include trust and stewardship in organizations, decision-making, leadership, and motivation. His research has examined the role of interpersonal trust between leaders and subordinates, and inter-organizational trust between firms and partners, and the impact of trust on individual and organizational outcomes. He has also published a number of papers on decision-making and commitment in organizations.

 

Journal Articles

  • Ballinger, G. A., Lehman, D. W. & Schoorman, F. D. (2010). Leader-member exchange and turnover before and after succession events. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes,
  • Ballinger, G. A., Schoorman, F. D., & Lehman, D. W. (2009). “Will You Trust Your New Boss? The Role of Affective Reactions to Leadership Succession”. Leadership Quarterly, vol. 20 219-232.
  • Schoorman, F.D. & Mayer, R. C. (2008). The Value of Common Perspectives in Self-Appraisals: You Get What You Ask For. Organizational Research Methods, vol. 11 (1), 148-159.
  • Ballinger, G. A., & Schoorman, F. D. (2007). “Individual Reactions to Leadership Succession in Work Groups. Academy of Management Review, vol. 32 (1), 118-136.
  • Schoorman, F. D., Mayer, R. C. & Davis, J. H. (2007). An Integrative Model of Organizational Trust: Past, Present and Future. Academy of Management Review, vol. 32 (2), 344-354.
  • Holahan, P.J., Aronson, Z., Jurkat, M.P. & Schoorman, F.D. (2004). Implementing Computer technology: A Multi-Organizational Test of Klein and Sorra’s Model. Journal of Engineering Technology Management, vol. 21 31-50.
  • Davis, J. H., Schoorman, F. D., Mayer, R. C. & Tan, H. H. (2000). The Trusted General Manager and Business Unit Performance: Empirical Evidence of a Competitive Advantage. Strategic Management Journal, vol. 21 563-576.
  • Brower, H. H., Schoorman, F. D., & Tan, H. H (2000). A Model of Relational Leadership: The Integration of Trust and Leader-Member Exchange. . Leadership Quaterly, vol. 11 (2), 227-250.
  • Palmer, D. K., & Schoorman, F. D. (1999). Unpackaging the Muliple Apects of Tme in Polychronicity. Journal of Managerial Psychology, vol. 3rd or 4th (14), 323-344.
  • Schoorman, D., & Mayer, R. (1998). Differentiating Antecedents of Organizational Commitment: A Test of March and Simon's Model. Journal of Organizational Behavior, vol. 19 15-28.
  • Mayer, R. C. & Schoorman, F. D. (1998). Differentiating Antecedents of Organizational Commitment: A Test of March and Simon's Model. Journal of Organizational Behavior, vol. 19 15-28.
  • Cooper, A. C., Ramachandran, M., & Schoorman, F. D. (1997). Time Allocation Patterns of Craftsmen and Administrative Entrepreneurs: Implications for Financial Performance. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, vol. 22 (2), 123-136.
  • Schoorman, D., Davis, J., & Donaldson, L. (1997). Towards a Stewardship Theory of Management. Academy of Management Review, vol. 22 (1), 1-29.
  • Schoorman, D., Davis, J., & Donaldson, L. (1997). The Distinctiveness of Agency Theory and Stewardship Theory. Academy of Management Review, vol. 22 (3), 611-613.
  • Davis, J. H., Schoorman, F. D. & Donaldson, L. (1997). Towards a Stewardship Theory of Management. Academy of Management Review, vol. 22 1-29.
  • Davis, J. H., Schoorman, F. D. & Donaldson, L. (1997). The Distinctiveness of Agency Theory and Stewardship Theory. Academy of Management Review, vol. 22 (3), 611-613.
  • Schoorman, F. D. & Holahan, P. H. (1996). Psychological Antecedents of Escalation Behavior:Effects of Choice, Responsibility, and Decision Consequences. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 81 (6), 786-794.
  • Schoorman, D., Cooper, A., & Ramachandran, M. (1996). Entrepreneurial Time Allocation: Antecedents and Implications. Frontiers of Entrepreneurial Research, 169-181.
  • Schoorman, F. D. , Mayer, R. C., & Davis, J. H (1996). Organizational Trust: Philosophical Perspectives and Conceptual Definitions. Academy of Management Review, vol. 21 337-340.
  • Schoorman, D., & Holahan, P. (1996). Psychological Antecedents of Escalation Behavior: Effects of Choice, Responsibility and Decision Consequences. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 81 (6), 786-794.
  • Schoorman, D., Mayer, R., & Davis, J. (1995). An Integrative Model of Organizational Trust. Academy of Management Review, vol. 20 (3), 709-734.
  • Mayer, R. C., Davis, J. H., & Schoorman, F. D. (1995). An Integrative Model of Organizational Trust. . Academy of Management Review, vol. 20 (3), 709-734.
  • Schoorman, D., & Wong, C. (1995). Effects of Irrelevant Information on Performance Appraisals: An Exploratory Experiment of American and Hong Kong Business Majors. Chinese Journal of Psychology, vol. 36 (2), 107-119.
  • Wong, C. S., & Schoorman, F. D. (1994). Effects of Irrelevant Information on Performance Appraisals: An Exploratory Experiment of American and Hong Kong Business Majors. Chinese Journal of Psychology, vol. 36 (2), 107-119.
  • Schoorman, D., Mayer, R., Douglas, C., & Hetrick, C. (1994). Escalation of Commitment and The Framing Effect: An Empirical Investigation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 24 (6), 509-528.
  • Schoorman, F. D., Mayer, R. C., Douglas, C. A., & Hetrick, C. T (1994). Escalation of Commitment and the Framing Effect: An Empirical Investigation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 29 (6), 509-528.
  • Schoorman, F. D., & Champagne, M. V. (1994). Managers as Informal Third Parties: The Impact of Supervisor-Subordinate Relationships on Interventions. The Employee Rights and Responsibilities Journal, vol. 9 (1), 73-84.
  • Schoorman, D., & Champagne, M. (1994). Managers as Informal Third Parties: The Impact of Supervisor-Subordinate Relationships on Interventions. The Employee Rights and Responsibilities Journal, vol. 9 (1), 73-84.
  • McCarthy, A. M., Schoorman, F. D. & Cooper, A. C. (1993). Reinvestment Decisions by Entrepreneurs: Rational Decision Making or Escalation of Commitment? . Journal of Business Venturing, vol. 8 (1), 9-24.
  • Schoorman, D., McCarthy, A., & Cooper, A. (1993). Reinvestment Decisions by Entrepreneurs: Rational Decision Making or Escalation of Commitment?. Journal of Business Venturing, vol. 8 (1), 24-Sep.
  • Schoorman, D., & Mayer, R. (1992). Predicting Participation and Production Outcomes Through a Two-Dimensional Model of Organizational Commitment. Academy of Management Journal, vol. 35 671-684.
  • Mayer, R. C., & Schoorman, F. D. (1992). Predicting Participation and Production Outcomes Through a Two-Dimensional Model of Organizational Commitment. Academy of Management Journal, vol. 35 (3), 671-684.
  • Schoorman, D., Bobko, P., & Rentsch, J. (1991). The Role of Theory in Testing Ordinal Interactions: An Example from the Research on Escalation of Commitment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 21 1338-1355.
  • Schoorman, F.D., Bobko, P., & Rentsch, J. (1991). The Role of Theory in Testing Ordinal Interactions: An Example from the Research on Escalation of Commitment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 21 1338-1355.
  • Schoorman, D.F. (1988). Escalation Bias in Performance Appraisals: An Unintended Consequence of Supervisor Participation in Hiring Decisions.. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 73 (1), 58-62.
  • Bazerman, M.H. & Schoorman, F.D. (1983). A Limited Rationality Model of Interlocking Directorates. Academy of Management Review, vol. 8 (2), 206-217.
  • Bazerman, M.H., Beekun, R.I. & Schoorman, F.D. (1982). Performance Evaluation in a Dynamic Context: A Laboratory Study of the Impact of Prior Commitment to the Rate. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 67 (6), 873-876.
  • Schoorman, F.D., Bazerman, M.H. & Atkin, R.S. (1981). Interlocking directorates: A Strategy for Reducing Environmental Uncertainty. Academy of Management Review, vol. 6 (2), 243-251.

Book (edited)

  • Schoorman, F.D. & Schneider, B. (1988). Facilitating Work Effectiveness. Lexington Books, Lexington, MA.

Book Chapters

  • Schoorman, F.D. & Schneider, B (1988). An Integration and Overview of the Research on Work Facilitation. Lexington Books, Lexington, MA.
  • Schoorman, F.D. & Schneider, B. (1988). Grappling with Work Facilitation. Lexington Books, Lexington, MA.
  • Schoorman, F.D., Schecter, D., Moeller, A., & Schneider, B (1988). Facilitating Work Effectiveness Through Leadership and Management. Lexington Books, Lexington, MA.
  • Moeller, A., Schneider, B., Schoorman, F.D. & Berney, E. (1988). Operationalization of the Work Facilitation Diagnostic: Development, Reliability and Validity. Lexington Books, Lexington, MA.
  • Schoorman, F.D. (1985). Publishing in the Organizational Sciences: The Dilemma of Values. Richard D. Irwin, Homewood, IL.
  • Goodman, P. S., Atkin, R. S. & Schoorman, F. D. (1983). On the demise of organizational effectiveness studies. k,

Contact

schoor@purdue.edu
Phone: (765) 49-44391
Office: KCTR 242

Area(s) of Expertise

Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, Trust, Leadership, Decision-Making, Organizational Effectiveness