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Steve Green

Steve Green

Basil S. Turner Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Management
Organizational Behavior/Human Resources

Education

Ph.D., Psychology, University of Washington, 1976
M.B.A., Management, University of Texas (Austin), 1968
B.S.B.A., Management, Oklahoma State University, 1967

Professor Green has served as a faculty member at the University of Cincinnati (1976-87) and Purdue University (1987-present). He became the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management in 2000 and a Distinguished Professor in 2007. His current research interests are leadership, work and family interfaces, and the management of technological innovation and has been published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Personnel Psychology, Research Technology Management, Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. His research has been supported by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Defense, the Center for Innovation Management Studies, the Center for International Business and Economic Research, and the Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises.

He has taught organizational behavior, leadership, managing technological innovation, teams, and research methods, receiving teaching awards at both UC and Purdue. Since joining Purdue, Professor Green has been named to the Teaching Academy and to the Book of Great Teachers. He has been awarded the School of Management's Salgo-Noren Outstanding Teacher Award and the R.B. and Mary Stewart Distinguished Teaching Award. He also received the Provost's Award for Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor, Purdue University, spring, 2007. He has taught in the Netherlands, Germany, and Italy.

Professor Green is a member of the Academy of Management and the IEEE Engineering Management Society. He has served on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Review, the Journal of Organizational Behavior, the Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, the Journal of Technology Transfer, and the Purdue University Press. He also served as a special issue editor for AMJ and JET-M and on review panels for the National Science Foundation. Professor Green served as the Director of the Professional Masters Programs at the Krannert School (1995-98) and on Purdue University's Graduate Council. He also served as Area Coordinator and Ph.D. Program Coordinator for the OBHR faculty and the Management Policy Committee Chairman. He was a Center for Innovation Management Studies Fellow and served as a principal investigator and senior research scientist for the Military Family Research Institute at Purdue.

Journal Articles

  • Beal, D., Trougakos, J., Weiss, H., & Green, S. (2006). Episodic Processes in Emotional Labor: Perceptions of Affective Delivery and Regulation Strategies. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 91 (5), 1053-1065.
  • Paglis, S., Green, S., & Bauer, T. (2006). Does Advisor Mentoring Add Value? A Longitudinal Study of Mentoring and Doctoral Student Outcomes. Research in Higher Education, vol. 47
  • Green, S., & Aiman-Smith, L. (2004). Research on The Human Connection in Technological Innovation: An Introductory Essay. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management. (Special Issue Editor), vol. 21 1-9.
  • Alge, B., Ballinger, G., & Green, S. (2004). Remote Control: Predictors of Electronic Monitoring Intensity and Secrecy. Personnel Psychology, vol. 57 377-410.
  • Paglis, L., & Green, S. (2003). Leaders vs. Managers: How do 'Change Agents' Differ From Their Peers?. Journal of Contemporary Business Issues, vol. 11 50-59.
  • Patrashkova-Volzdoska, R., McComb, S., Green, S., & Compton, W. (2003). Examining a Curvilinear Relationship between Communication Frequency and Team Performance in Cross-Functional Project Teams. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, vol. 50 (3), 262-269.
  • Green, S., Welsh, M., & Dehler, G. (2003). Advocacy, Performance and Threshold Influences on the Decision to Terminate New Product Development. Academy of Management Journal, vol. 46 419-434.
  • Paglis, L., & Green, S. (2002). Both Sides Now: Supervisor and Subordinate Perspectives on Relationship Quality. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 32 250-276.
  • Aiman-Smith, L., & Green, S. (2002). Implementing New Manufacturing Technology: The Related Effects of Technology Characteristics and User Learning Activities. Academy of Management Journal, vol. 45 421-430.
  • Paglis, L., & Green, S. (2002). Leadership Self-Efficacy and Managers' Motivation for Leading Change. Journal of Organizational Behavior, vol. 23 215-235.
  • Sherony, K., & Green, S. (2002). Coworker Exchange: Relationships between Coworkers, LMX, and Work Attitudes. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 87 542-548.
  • Lewis, M., Welsh, M., Dehler, G., & Green, S. (2002). Product Development Tensions: Exploring Constrasting Styles of Project Management. Academy of Management Journal, vol. 45 546-564.
  • Green, S., McComb, S., & Compton, W. (2000). Promoting Effective Linkages between Cross-Functional Teams and the Organization. In D. Fedor & S. Ghosh (Eds.), Advances in the Management of Organizational Quality, vol. 5 29-70.
  • McComb, S., Green, S., & Compton, D. (1999). Project Goals, Team Performance, and Shared Understanding. Engineering Management Journal, vol. 11 (3), 7-12.
  • Bauer, T., & Green, S. (1998). Testing the Combined Effects of Newcomer Information Seeking and Manager Behavior on Socialization. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 83 (1), 72-83.
  • Basu, R., & Green, S. (1997). Leader-Member Exchange and Transformational Leadership: An Empirical Examination of Innovative Behaviors in Leader-Member Dyads. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 27 (6), 477.
  • Green, S., Anderson, S., & Shivers, S. (1996). Demographic and Organizational Influences on Leader-member Exchange and Related Work Attitudes. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, vol. 66 (2), 203-214.
  • Green, S., Welsh, M., & Dehler, G. (1996). Transferring Technology into R&D: A Comparison of Acquired and In-House Product Development Projects. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, vol. 13 (2), 125-144.
  • Bauer, T., & Green, S. (1996). The Development of Leader-Member Exchange: A Longitudinal Test. Academy of Management Journal, vol. 39 (6), 1538-1567.
  • Basu, R., & Green, S. (1995). Subordinate Performance, Leader-Subordinate Compatibility, and Exchange Quality in Leader-Member Dyads: A Field Study. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 25 77-92.
  • Gavin, M., & Green, S. (1995). Managerial Control Strategies for Poor Performance Over Time and the Impact on Subordinate Reactions. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, vol. 63 (2), 207-221.
  • Green, S., & Bauer, T. (1995). Supervisory Mentoring by Advisers: Relationships with Ph.D. Student Potential, Productivity and Commitment. Personnel Psychology, vol. 48 (3), 537-561.
  • Fairhurst, G., Green, S., & Courtwright, J. (1995). Inertial Forces and the Implementation of a Socio-Technical Systems Approach: A Communication Study. Organization Science, vol. 6 (2), 168-185.
  • Green, S., Gavin, M., & Aiman-Smith, L. (1995). Assessing a Multidimensional Measure of Radical Technological Innovation. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, vol. 42 (3), 203-215.
  • Green, S. (1995). Top Management's Support of R&D Projects: A Strategic Leadership Perspective. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, vol. 42 (3), 223-233.
  • Bauer, T., & Green, S. (1994). The Effect of Newcomer Involvement in Work-Related Activities: A Longitudinal Study of Socialization. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 79 (2), 211-223.
  • Green, S., Welsh, M., & Dehler, G. (1993). Red Flags at Dawn or Predicting R&D Project Termination at Start-Up. Research Technology Management, vol. 36 10-12.
  • Green, S. (1991). Professional Entry and the Adviser Relationship: Socialization, Commitment and Productivity. Group and Organization Studies, vol. 16 (4), 387-407.
  • Marksham, S., Green, S., & Basu, R. (1991). Champions and Antagonists: Relationships with R&D Project Characteristics and Management. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, vol. 8 217-242.
  • Blank, W., Weitzel, J., & Green, S. (1990). A Test of The Situational Leadership Theory. Personnel Psychology, vol. 43 (3), 579-597.
  • Schaubroeck, J., & Green, S. (1989). Confirmatory Factor Analytic Procedures for Assessing Change During Organizational Entry. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 74 (6), 892-900.
  • Meredith, J., & Green, S. (1988). Managing the Introduction of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies. Manufacturing Review, vol. 1 (2), 87-92.
  • Blank, W., Weitzel, J., Blau, G., & Green, S. (1988). A Measure of Psychological Maturity. Group and Organization Studies, vol. 13 (2), 225-238.
  • Green, S., & Welsh, M. (1988). Cybernetics and Dependence: Reframing the Control Concept. Academy of Management Review, vol. 13 (2), 287-301.
  • Baker, N., & Green, S. (1986). The Need for Strategic Balance in the Firm's R&D Project Portfolio. Research Management, vol. 29 (2), 38-43.
  • Duchon, D., Green, S., & Taber, T. (1986). Vertical Dyad Linkage: A Longitudinal Assessment of Antecedents, Measures and Consequences. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 71 (1), 56-60.
  • Baker, N., Green, S., & Bean, A. (1986). Why R&D Projects Succeed or Fail. Research Management, vol. 29 (6), 29-34.
  • Green, S., Fairhurst, G., & Snavely, K. (1986). Chains of Poor Performance and Supervisory Control. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, vol. 38 7-27.
  • Baker, N., Green, S., & Bean, A. (1985). How Management Can Influence The Generation of Ideas. Research Management, vol. 23 (6), 35-42.
  • Fairhurst, G., Green, S., & Snavely, K. (1984). Face Support in Controlling Poor Performance. Human Communication Research, vol. 11 (2), 272-295.
  • Green, S., Bean, A., & Snavely, K. (1984). What Happens to Ideas?. Research Management, vol. 27 (6), 21-26.
  • Green, S., Blank, W., & Liden, R. (1983). Market and Organizational Influences on Bank Employees' Work Attitudes and Behaviors. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 68 (2), 298-306.
  • Green, S., Bean, A., & Snavely, K. (1983). Idea Management as a Human Information Processing Analog. Human Systems Management, vol. 4 98-112.
  • Besadur, M., Graen, G., & Green, S. (1982). Training in Creative Problem Solving: Effects on Performance in an Industrial Research Organization. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, vol. 30 (1), 41-70.
  • Green, S., & Liden, R. (1980). Contextual and Attributional Influences on Control Decisions. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 65 (4), 453-459.
  • Green, S., & Taber, T. (1980). The Effects of Three Social Decision Schemes on Decision Group Process. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, vol. 25 97-106.
  • Green, S., & Mitchell, T. (1979). Attributional Processes of Leaders in Leader-Member Interactions. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, vol. 23 429-458.
  • Green, S. (1978). Aptitude Test Scores, Past Performance and Causal Judgments About the Poorly Performing Student. Journal of Educational Psychology, vol. 70 (2), 242-247.
  • Green, S., & Taber, T. (1978). Experiential Learning Through Experimentation. Academy of Management Review, vol. 3 (4), 889-895.
  • Green, S., & Nebeker, D. (1977). The Effects of Situational Factors and Leadership Style on Leader Behavior. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, vol. 19 368-377.
  • Mitchell, T., Larson, J., Jr., & Green, S. (1977). Leader Behavior, Situational Moderators and Group Performance: An Attributional Analysis. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, vol. 18 254-268.
  • Mizerski, R., & Green, S. (1977). An Investigation into The Causal Links Between Attribution Schema and Decision Making. Advances in Consumer Research, Chicago, IL. vol. 5
  • Green, S., Nebeker, D., & Boni, A. (1976). Personality and Situational Effects on Leader Behavior. Academy of Management Journal, vol. 19 184-194.
  • Steele, C., & Green, S. (1976). Affirmative Action and Academic Hiring: A Case Study of a Value Conflict. Journal of Higher Education, vol. 47 (4), 413-436.

Conference Proceedings

  • Green, S., & Trougakos, J. (2006). Emotion Contributions to Dyadic Leadership. Society of Organizational Behavior, University of Arkansas.
  • Green, S., Wiegand, K., Bull, R., & Macdermid, S. (2006). Coming Home: A Reservist Perspective on the Repatriation Process. SIOP Conference, Dallas.
  • Green, S., & Farris, G. (2006). Utilization of Top Technical Talent. Industrial Research Institute, Research-on-Research Winter Meeting, St. Pete Beach, FL.
  • Green, S., Alge, B., & Lehman (2005). Perceived Remoteness and Information Sharing in Virtual Teams. Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychologists Conference, Los Angeles.
  • Green, S., Tangirala, S., & Ramanujam, R. (2005). Effects of Linking Pin Quality on Perceived Organizational Support. Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu.
  • Green, S., Bull, R., & Schleicher, D. (2005). Rank and "No Yank": Managerial Reactions to Forced Distribution Ranking Systems. Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu.
  • Green, S., Beal, D., Trougakos, J., & Weiss, H. (2004). Emotion Regulation in Daily Life: The Roles of Emotional Experience, Expression, and Regulation Strategy. Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Green, S., Trougakos, J., & Bull, R. (2004). Influences on Job-Seeking Self-Efficacy of Spouses of Enlisted Military Personnel. Academy of Management Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Green, S., McComb, S., & Compton, W. (2003). The Performance/Cohesion Tradeoff: Exploring Functional Diversity, Flexibility, and Project Complexity. Academy of Management Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Green, S., Kacmar, Kramer, Sparrowe, Scandura, Kilduff, Furst, Newman, & Mitchell (2003). Mentoring Doctoral Students: A Discussion Between Faculty and Students on Expectations and Challenges. Academy of Management Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Green, S., McComb, S., & Compton, W. (2003). The Relationship Between Team Context and the Team Leader's Linking Pin Quality. Academy of Management Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Green, S., McComb, S., & Compton, W. (2002). Context and Boundary Interactions in Cross-Functional Teams. Academy of Management Conference, Denver, CO.
  • Green, S., Patrachkova, R., McComb, S., & McComb, W. (2002). Examining a Curvilinear Relationship Between Communication Frequency and Team Performance in Cross-Functional Project Teams. Eastern Academy of Management, New Haven, CT.
  • Green, S., Alge, B., Ballinger, G., & Till, G. (2002). The Effects of Dependence and Trust on the Decision to Electronically Monitor Subordinates. Academy of Management Conference and Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Denver, CO.
  • Green, S., Welsh, M., & Dehler, G. (2000). A Longitudinal Examination of Project Performance and Threshold Effects in Decisions to Terminate New Product Development. Academy of Management Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Green, S., & Sherony, K. (2000). Member-Member Exchange: Relationships between Co-Workers, LMX, and Work Attitudes. Academy of Management Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Green, S. (2000). Seven Haiku to the Research Enterprise. Academy of Management Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Green, S., & Paglis, L. (2000). Change Agents at Work: Exploring the Motivation to Attempt Leadership. SIOP Conference (Poster Session), New Orleans, LA.
  • Green, S., McComb, S., & Compton, W. (1999). Assessing a Project Team's Task and Understanding its Influence on Team Performance. Industrital Engineering Research Conference, ..
  • Green, S., Paglis, L., & Bauer, T. (1998). Does Supervisory Mentoring Add Value? A Five-Year Investigation. Society of Industrial-Organizational Psychologists, Dallas, TX.
  • Green, S., McComb, S., & Compton, W. (1998). A Preliminary Study of Flexibility within Cross-Functional Teams. Industrical Engineering Reserach Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
  • Green, S., & Aiman-Smith, L. (1997). The Critical Gateway: A Model of New Manufacturing Technology Implementation Based on Activities of Individual Learning. National Academy of Management Conference, Boston, MA.
  • Green, S., & Bauer, T. (1995). Supervisory Mentoring by Advisers: Relationships with Ph.D. Student Potential, Productivity, and Commitment. Annual Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Orlando, FL.
  • Green, S., Welsh, M., & Dehler, G. (1995). A Prospective Study of R&D Project Termination during New Product Development. International Conference on Technology, Espoo, Finland.
  • Green, S., & Bauer, T. (1994). Leader-Member Exchange: Relationships with Performance, Expectations, Experience, and Leader Delegation. National Academy of Management Conference, Dallas, TX.
  • Green, S., & Bauer, T. (1993). The Effect of Newcomer Activity on the Socialization Process: A Cumulative Model. National Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Green, S., Gavin, M., & Fairhurst, G. (1993). Managerial Control Strategies for Poor Performance and the Impact on Subordinate Perceptions of Justice. National Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Green, S., & Anderson, S. (1993). Manager-Subordinate Compatibility and Leadership Exchange. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, CA.
  • Green, S., Dean, J., Higgins, C., Howell, J., Kipnis, D., & Markham, S. (1992). Champions of Innovation: A Theory Development Symposium. National Academy of Management Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Green, S., Welsh, M., & Dehler, G. (1992). Red Flags at Dawn: Predicting Project Termination at Start-Up. Center for Innovation Management Studies Conference, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA.
  • Green, S. (1991). Technology & Innovation Management Doctoral Consortium (invited speaker). National Academy of Management Conference, Miami, FL.
  • Green, S., Markham, S., & Basu, R. (1991). Champions and Antagonists: Roles in R&D. National Academy of Management Conference, Miami, FL.
  • Green, S., Markham, S., & Basu, R. (1990). An Empirical Examination of Project Champions' and Antagonists' Roles in Innovation. Second Conference on Managing the High Technology Firm, Boulder, CO.
  • Green, S., Welsh, M., & Dehler, G. (1990). A Strategic View of Project Initiation. National Academy of Management Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Green, S., & Basu, R. (1989). An Empirical Examination of R&D Project Life Span and Performance in Product Development Research. National Academy of Management Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Schaubroeck, J., & Green, S. (1988). Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Change as Outcomes for Organizational Entry Research. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Anaheim, CA.
  • Green, S., & Mosher, P. (1988). Socializing Pivotal Values in Professional Newcomers. National Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, CA.
  • Green, S., Welsh, M., & Baker, N. (1987). Dependence, Uncertainty and the Control of Subunit Performance. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, New Orleans, LA.
  • Green, S., Dunegan, K., & Baker, N. (1987). Coordination, Critical Resources, and R&D Performance: A Contextual Profile. National Academy of Management Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Green, S., Dunegan, K., & Baker, N. (1986). The Relationship between Uncertainty and Coordination in R&D Projects. National Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Green, S., Blank, W., & Weitzel, J. (1986). Situational Leadership Theory: A Test of Underlying Assumptions. National Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Green, S., Welsh, M., & Dehler, G. (1985). The Impact of Market Attributes and Environmental Trends upon Firm R&D Strategy and R&D Project Characteristics. National AIDS Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Green, S., & Blank, W. (1985). Objectives of R&D Projects and Project Outcomes. Southern Management Association, ..
  • Green, S., & Blank, W. (1984). Relationships Between Business Level Strategy, R&D Function Strategy, and R&D Project Objectives. Midwest Academy of Management Conference, South Bend, IN.
  • Green, S., & Welsh, A. (1984). Toward a Unified Concept of Control. National AIDS Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Green, S., Baugh, G., & Verderber, K. (1984). Information Sources, Organizational Role Characteristics, and Individual Outcomes. National Academy of Management, Boston, MA.
  • Green, S., & Duchon, D (1984). Some Implications of In/Out Group Status and Group Experience. National AIDS Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Green, S., Fairhurst, G., & Snavely, K. (1984). Managerial Control and Discipline: Whips and Chains. Inernational Communications Association, San Francisco, CA.
  • Green, S., Srinivasan, V., Baker, N., & Kim, Y. (1984). Support of Corporate Finance for Industrial R&D. ORSA/TIMS, San Francisco, CA.
  • Green, S., & Gordon, N. (1984). The Role of Project Performance and Characteristics in the Control of R&D Projects. Midwest Academy of Management, South Bend, IN.
  • Green, S., & Baker, N. (1984). Characteristics of Successful and Unsuccessful R&D Projects. ORSA/TIMS, San Francisco, CA.
  • Green, S. (1983). R&D Project Management Styles: What Difference Did They Make?. Special Workshop in Industrial Research Institute Technology Innovation Study, Bethlehem, PA.
  • Green, S., & Baker, N. (1983). The Relationship of Control and Coordination to Innovative Performance in Industrial R&D. ORSA/TIMS, Orlando, FL.
  • Green, S., Fairhurst, G., & Snavely, K. (1983). Context, History, and Outcomes in the Control of Poor Performance. National Academy of Management, Dallas, TX.
  • Green, S., Fairhurst, G., & Snavely, K. (1983). The Use of Face Support in Controlling Ineffective Performance. International Communication Association, Dallas, TX.
  • Green, S., & Bean, A. (1983). The Process Model for Idea Management in R&D. Industrial Research Institute, Inc. Annual Meeting, White Sulphur Springs, WV.
  • Green, S., Baker, N., & Bean, A. (1983). NSF Project: A Study of Industrial Innovation. Industrial Research Institute, Inc. Annual Meeting, White Sulphur Springs, WV.
  • Green, S., Baker, N., Bean, A., Blank, W., & Tadisina, S. (1983). Sources of First Suggestion and Project Success/Failure in Industrial Research. Conference on the Management of Technological Innovations: Facing the Challenge of the 1980s, National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, MD.
  • Green, S., Baker, N., Bean, A., Blank, W., & Tadisina, S. (1983). Sources of First Suggestion and Project Success/Failure in Industrial Research. Proceedings on Management of Technological Innovation, Washington, DC.
  • Green, S., Godlewsi, F., & Baker, N. (1982). Decision-Making Processes in Decentralized, Hierarchical Organizations. ORSA/TIMS, San Diego, CA.
  • Green, S. (1982). The Influence of Work Role Definition on Work and Organizational Commitment. Midwest Academy of Management, Columbus, OH.
  • Green, S. (1981). Leadership and Contextual Contributions to Satisfaction and Performance. Midwest Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Green, S., & Fairhurst, G. (1981). Episodes and Rules: The Context of Managerial Control (part of a symposium entitled, Doing Power). National Academy of Management Conference, San Diego, CA.
  • Green, S., & Liden, R. (1981). The Influence of Contextual Restraints on Managerial Responses to Subordinate Poor Performance. Western Academy of Management, Montery, CA.
  • Green, S., Baker, N., Verderber, K., & Blank, W. (1981). Applied Decision Process Models, the Need for Empirical Research, and Some Sampling Frames. ORSA/TIMS, Houston, TX.
  • Green, S., & Liden, R. (1980). On the Measurement of Career Orientation. Midwest Academy of Management Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Green, S. (1979). Causes of Ineffective Performance. Midwest Academy of Management Conference, Cleveland, OH.
  • Green, S., Taber, T., & Verderber, K. (1979). Differential Behavior of a Leader Toward Work Group Members: A Partial Test of a Heterogeneous Dyads Model of Leadership. National AIDS Convention, ..
  • Green, S., Taber, T., & Verderber, K. (1979). A Seminar on Seminars. Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Green, S., Serey, T., & Kearney, W. (1979). The Relationship of Managerial Decisions to Performance Appraisals. National AIDS Convention, ..
  • Green, S., & Mitchell, T. (1978). An Attributional Analysis of Leaders' Responses to Poor Performance (part of a symposium entitled, "Attributional Processes in Leadership"). American Psychological Association National Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Green, S. (1978). Organizational Performance Processes. Part of a symposium entitles, "Processes Directed Research Designs and Organizational Theory and Practice. Midwest American Institute of Decision Sciences Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Green, S., Kearney, W., & Serey, T. (1978). Behaviorally Anchored and Graphic Rating Scales: Effects of Differences in Informational Content. Midwest Academy of Management Conference, Bloomington, IN.
  • Green, S., & Mizerski, R. (1977). An Investigation into the Causal Links Between Attribution Schema and Decision Making. Association of Consumer Research Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Green, S., Mitchell, T., & Larson, Jr., J. (1976). Leader Behavior, Situational Moderators, and Group Performance. American Psychological Association National Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Green, S. (1976). The Effects of Aptitude Scores on Causal Attributions. Western Psychological Association Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Dennis, S., & Gochman, I. (1974). A Reinterpretation of Sex Difference in Helping Behavior. Western Psychological Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Green, S., Nebeker, D., & Boni, A. (1973). Personality and Situational Effects on Leader Behavior. Western Psychological Association Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Books

  • McComb, S., Green, S., & Compton, W. (2005). Handbook of Organizational Citizenship Behavior: A Review of 'Good Soldier' Activity in Organizations. Nova Science Publishers, New York.
  • Blank, W., Weitzel, J., Blau, G., & Green, S. (1988). Psychological Maturity Measure. University Associates, San Diego, CA.
  • Bean, A., Baker, N., Green, S., Blank, W., & Srinivasan, V. (1984). Involvement of R&D in Corporate Strategic Planning: Effects on Selected R&D Management Practices. Lexington Books, Lexington, MA.

Forthcoming Publications

  • Trougakos, J., Bull, R., & Green, S Influences on Job Search Self-Efficacy of Spouses of Enlisted Military Personnel. Human Performance,
  • McComb, S., Green, S., & Compton, W Team Flexibility's Relationship to Staffing and Performance in Complex Projects. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management,
  • Tangirala, S., Green, S., Ramanujam, R In the Shadow of the Supervisor's Boss: How Supervisors' Relationships with Their Bosses Influence Frontline Employees. Journal of Applied Psychology,

Book Chapters

  • Mitchell, T., Green, S., & Wood, R. (1990). An Attributional Model of Leadership and the Poor Performing Subordinate: Development and Validation. JAI Press, Greenwich, CT.
  • Fairhurst, G., Green, S., & Snavely, K. (1984). Managerial Control and Discipline: Whips and Chains. Sage, Beverly Hills, CA.
  • Mitchell, T., & Green S. (1983). Leadership and Poor Performance. McGraw-Hill, New York. vol. 3rd
  • Green, S., & Mitchell, T. (1983). Leadership and Poor Performance. McGraw Hill, New York. vol. 2
  • Mitchell, T., Green, S., & Wood, R. (1981). An Attributional Model of Leadership and the Poor Performing Subordinate: Development and Validation. JAI Press, Greenwich, CT.
  • Mitchell, T., Green, S., & Wood, R. (1981). An Attributional Model of Leadership and the Poor Performing Subordinate: Development and Validation. JAI Press, Greenwich, CT.
  • Mizerski, R., & Green, S. (1977). An Investigation into The Causal Links Between Attribution Schema and Decision Making. Association for Consumer Research, Chicago. vol. 5

Contact

green@purdue.edu

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Area(s) of Expertise

Leadership, Organizational behavior, Management of Innovation