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John R. Ogilvie

Prof Ogilvie

Professor of Management
Phone: 860-768-4195, Room 310H
ogilvie@hartford.edu






Courses:

MGT 310
Managing Organizational Behavior

MGT 750
Bargaining & Negotiation

MBA 710
Leadership and Management

Dr. Ogilvie began at the Barney in1978, leaving in 1981 for a position at the University of Delaware. He returned in 1988 where he has taught Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management and Negotiation courses. His research has explored issues related to organization commitment, emotional intelligence and roles for human resource managers.

Education: Ph.D., Michigan State University, M.A., Michigan State University, B.A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Research Interests and Working Papers: Developing emotional intelligence. Emerging roles for HR managers. Influences on organizational commitment.

Selected Scholarship Books and Articles:
Desplaces, D.E. & Ogilvie, J.R. (2013). A Manager’s Action? An Exercise for Exploring Sexual Harassment. Organizational Management Journal, 10: 36–44.

Stork, D., Woodilla, J., Brown, S.M., Ogilvie, J.R., Rutter, R., and Trefry, M.  (2010). Starting with Howard Gardner’s Five Minds, Adding Elliott Jaques’s Responsibility Time Span: Implications for Undergraduate Management Education, in Organization Management Journal. Organization Management Journal.  7, #1, 28–38.

Ogilvie, J. R. & Kidder, D. L. (2008).  What about negotiator style?  International Journal of Conflict Management, vol. 19, #2.

Ogilvie, J.R. & Stork, D. (2003). Starting the HR-Change Conversation with History. Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 254-271.

Ogilvie, J. R. (1986). The Role of Human Resource Practices in Predicting Organizational Commitment. Group and Organization Studies, 11(4), 335-359.

Recent Achievements and Honors: Barney School of Business, Faculty Excellence Award for Teaching, 2005. Best Case Award, May 1997 for Alcohol and horseplay: An HR decision at ConnChem. Eastern Casewriters' Association VIP section of the Eastern Academy of Management, New Brunswick, NJ

Professional Activities:
President, Eastern Academy of Management, 2010-2011
Vice President for Program, Eastern Academy of Management, 2008-2009
Vice President-Elect for Program, Eastern Academy of Management, 2007-2008
Vice President of Membership, Easter Academy of Management, 2002-2005

Consultancies:
Conducts workshops on bargaining and negotiation.

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