Work and Organization Studies

Faculty

The faculty of the Work and Organization Studies Group are highly collaborative thought leaders from across MIT, including experts in sociology, anthropology, management, psychology, economics, and political science. Each member is committed to continuing MIT’s long tradition of leadership in the study of work and organizations.

Since Douglas McGregor’s landmark work on human motivation in the 1940s, research at MIT Sloan has dispelled outdated assumptions about individuals, work and organizations. Faculty research not only chronicles employment practices, it also moves institutions forward towards a more effective and humane workplace.

MIT Sloan faculty pursue groundbreaking research with vital implications for the health of organizations and the well-being of those who work in them. They are pioneers in areas such as social, developmental, and organizational psychology, leadership, team dynamics, organizational learning, root cause analysis, workplace diversity, institutional change, and the impact on organizations of information technology.

STANDING FACULTY

Deborah L. Ancona

Deborah L. Ancona

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Seley Distinguished Professor of Management

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John S. Carroll

John S. Carroll

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Gordon Kaufman Professor of Management

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Emilio J. Castilla

Emilio J. Castilla

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

NTU Professor of Management

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Jared R. Curhan

Jared R. Curhan

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Associate Professor, Work and Organization Studies

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Roberto Fernandez

Roberto Fernandez

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

William F. Pounds Professor in Management

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Kate Kellogg

Kate Kellogg

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

David J. McGrath jr (1959) Professor of Management and Innovation

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EMERITUS FACULTY

Thomas J. Allen

Thomas J. Allen

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Howard W. Johnson Professor of Management, Emeritus

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Lotte Bailyn

Lotte Bailyn

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

T Wilson (1953) Professor of Management, Emerita

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Robert B. McKersie

Robert B. McKersie

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Professor Emeritus of Management

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William F. Pounds

William F. Pounds

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Professor Emeritus of Management

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Edgar H. Schein

Edgar H. Schein

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Society of Sloan Fellows Professor of Management Emeritus

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Lecturers and Senior Lecturers

Pat Bentley

Pat Bentley

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Senior Lecturer, MIT Leadership Center

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Barbara Dyer

Barbara Dyer

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Senior Lecturer, Work and Organization Studies

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Daena Giardella

Daena Giardella

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Senior Lecturer, MIT Leadership Center

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Hal Gregersen

Hal Gregersen

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Senior Lecturer Work and Organization Studies Executive Director, MIT Leadership Center

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Jason Jay

Jason Jay

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Senior Lecturer, Sustainability

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Pilar Opazo

Pilar Opazo

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Lecturer, Work and Organization Studies

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OTHER ACADEMIC STAFF

Mary Rowe

Mary Rowe

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

Adjunct Professor, Work and Organization Studies

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AFFILIATED FACULTY

Robert Gibbons

Robert Gibbons

Economics, Finance and Accounting

Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management

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Frank Levy

Office: 9-523; Phone: 617-253-2089; E-mail: flevy@mit.edu

Thomas W. Malone

Thomas W. Malone

Management Science

Patrick J. McGovern (1959) Professor of Management

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Wanda Orlikowski

Wanda Orlikowski

Management Science

Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Management

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Michael J. Piore

Office: E52-271C; Phone: 617-253-3377; E-mail: mpiore@mit.edu

Nelson P. Repenning

Nelson P. Repenning

Management Science

School of Management Distinguished Professor of System Dynamics and Organization Studies

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Research Centers, Institutes, and Initiatives

Research centers at MIT and MIT Sloan provide dynamic, collaborative environments for faculty and students to come together to pursue answers to some of the most pressing questions in business and society today. Through their interactions with other top researchers and business leaders, MIT Sloan faculty and students produce work that has a powerful impact on organizations and on the everyday lives of the people who work in them.

Faculty in the Work and Organization Studies Group are affiliated with the following research centers, institutes, and initiatives at MIT: