Ph.D. in Management from University of Central Florida
Areas of Specialization
- Organizational Behavior
- International Management
Jie, assistant professor in the Parker College of Business Department of Management, taught at Idaho State University and Western Michigan University prior to joining the faculty at Georgia Southern University. Her industry experience includes seven years managing a global supply chain of industrial products for a major international firm in China.
Jie’s research seeks to understand the social cultural surroundings and cognitive processes that drive employee behavior and organizational effectiveness. Her current research topics include the congruence between organizational culture and national culture in global business operations, cognitive mechanisms of judgment and decision making, the effects of organizational justice and structure on workplace deviance, the role of cultural ambidexterity and organizational capabilities in innovation and performance. Her paper on teaching design thinking in organizational behavior won the McGraw Hill/Irwin Best Paper Award at the 2016 MBAA International Conference.
Jie is a member of the Academy of Management, Decision Sciences Institute, Southern Management Association, and MBAA International. She currently serves as a program chair for the MBAA International Conference.
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Last updated: 8/2/2019