Monday, January 10, 2022

8:30 – 8:40 Welcome and Introduction
8:40 – 9:40 Plenary Research Session 1:

1. Nick Bloom, Stanford University: Implications of Working from Home for Culture

2. Lindy Greer, University of Michigan: Responding to the Emotions of Other at Work: An Emergent Line of Work

9:40 – 10:40 Concurrent Research Session 1:

Discussant: Arianna Marchetti, London Business School

3. Noah Askin (INSEAD), Khwan Kim, & James Evans: Exploration, Social Disruption, and Musical Curiosity

4. Xiao Ge (Stanford University), Chunchen Xu, & Hazel R. Markus: What Conception of the “Human” Grounds Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence? A Cultural Framework for Equitable Development of Artificial Intelligence Across the Globe

5. Jackson G. Lu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology): The Bamboo Ceiling: A Social Network Perspective on Why East Asians but not South Asians are Underrepresented in Leadership in Multiethnic Environments

6. Laura Vianna (University of Washington): The ‘follow-your-passions’ ideology causes greater academic and occupational gender disparities compared to other cultural ideologies

Concurrent Research Session 2:

Discussant: Mabel Abraham, Columbia University

7. J. Cameron Verhaal, Samira Reis, & Olga M. Khessina (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign): Conquering the Divide: The Role of Political Polarization in Destigmatization of the U.S. Medical Marijuana Market

8. Xina Li (INSEAD), Guoli Chen, & Rui Shen: Steering the Intangible Wheel: The Effect of CEOs on Corporate Culture Change

9. Ying Li (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign): The Show Must Go on: The Role of Organizational Values in Art House Movie Theaters’ Identity-Challenging Transformation During COVID-19

10. Daniel H. Stein (UC Berkeley), Jennifer A. Chatman, & Juliana Schroeder: Are Rituals Getting Infected Too? How Alterations to Rituals Influence Workgroup Commitment

Concurrent Research Session 3:

Discussant: Douglas Guilbeault, UC Berkeley

11. Ethan R. Burris (University of Texas), Taeya M. Howell, Stephen R. Stubben, & Kyle T. Welch: Hearsay, Rumor, and Speaking Up About Other Employees’ Issues: Why Lay Theories About Secondhand Accounts in Employee Voice are Wrong

12. N. Derek Brown (UC Berkeley), Hope Harrington, Jennifer Dannals, & Jennifer Chatman: Who Gets to Set Group Norms? Variations in Perceptions of Norm Deviance Based on an Outlier’s Gender

13. Kunyuan Qiao (Cornell University): From Landscape to Mindscape: A Study of Geography in the Making of Regional Culture and Corporate M&As

14. Paul Vicinanza (Stanford University), Mark Egan, Gregor Matvos, Hayagreeva Rao, & Amit Seru: Sorting Amplifies Peer Effects and Recidivism: Evidence from the Financial Advisory Industry

Concurrent Research Session 4:

Discussant: Alex Zentefis, Yale University

15. Yoonjin Choi (London Business School): Proud CEOs: How CEO’s display of organizational pride influences organizational performance

16. Tatiana Lluent (ESMT): The Impact of National Culture on Firm Gender Diversity

17. Merrick Osborne (University of Southern California), Mohammad Atari, & Morteza Dehghani: Status Ascription and Hate

Concurrent Research Session 5:

Discussant: Giselle Antoine, University of Washington

18. Constantinos G. V. Coutifaris (University of Pennsylvania): The Early Bird Conveys the Culture: The Effects of Preboarding Practices on Newcomer Socialization and Performance

19. Annika Steiber (Menlo College), Swapan Ghosh, Vincenzo Corvello, & Sverker Alänge: A Cultural Analysis and Transformation Framework: The case of GE Appliances

20. Gillian Gualtieri (Vanderbilt University): Prejudice on the Plate: Authenticity and the Reproduction of Inequality in American Fine Dining

21. Andrea Freund (Stanford University) & Margaret Neale: Who’s to Blame? Attributions of responsibility for workplace-induced mental strain

10:40 – 10:50 Break
10:50 – 11:20 Plenary Research Session 2:

22. Edgar Schein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology & Peter Schein, Organizational Culture and Leadership Institute

11:20 – 11:55 Breakout Room Session
11:55 – 12:00 Closing

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

8:30 – 8:40 Welcome and Introduction
8:40 – 9:10 Plenary Research Session 3:

23. Sarah Townsend, University of Southern California: Building a Culture of Inclusion in Schools and Workplaces

9:10 – 10:10 Concurrent Research Session 6:

Discussant: Jennifer Dannals, Dartmouth University

24. Deepika Chhillar (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), E. Geoffrey Love, Donald Sull, & Matthew Kraatz: Organizational culture and wrongdoing: A view through the Glassdoor

25. Douglas Guilbeault (UC Berkeley), Katharina Lix, Austin van Loon, Amir Goldberg, & Sameer Srivastava: Cognitive Diversity Promotes Social Learning–But Only When Cognitive Differences Are Obscured

26. Spencer Harrison (INSEAD) & Sean Martin: Fit or Optimal Distinctiveness? Interventions Impacting Individual’s Interpretations of Organizational Culture

27. Ella J. Lombard (University of Washington) & Sapna Cheryan: Feedback Receptivity: A Leadership Strategy for Increasing STEM Gender Equity

Concurrent Research Session 7:

Discussant: Megan Gorges, Harvard University

28. Tirza Gapp (University of Cambridge) & Jennifer Howard-Grenville: Coevolving processes of organizational culture and identity shifts: shifting identity referents and associated cultural mechanisms

29. Jacob Levitt (University of Pennsylvania), Sigal Barsade, & Elizabeth Wolf: An Emotion Culture of Managing Up: The Impact of Upward Emotion Management on Manager Perceptions of Job Performance and Burnout

30. Ke Nie (UC San Diego): Bowing to five pecks of rice? The impact of profit expectancy on artistic creativity

31. Francisco Brahm & Joaquin Poblete (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile): Cultural persistence: The role of complementarities

Concurrent Research Session 8:

Discussant: Jillian Grennan, Duke University

32. Mabel Abraham (Columbia University) & Kate Weisshaar: From Self-Diagnoses to Change: Organizational Narratives and the Gender Pay Gap

33. Jaee Cho (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), Melody Chao, Rui Zhang, & Michael W. Morris: Liberals and Conservatives in the United States Differently Judge Cultural Appropriation

34. Alex Kowalski (Massachusetts Institute of Technology): How to squeeze the lemon: Management practices, local organizational cultures, and the prioritization of performance objectives

35. Arianna Marchetti (London Business School), Sukti Ghoshsamaddar, & Victoria Sevcenko: Who Captures the Value from Organizational Culture? Evidence from Glassdoor Reviews and the Universe of Online Job Postings from Burning Glass Technologies

Concurrent Research Session 9:

Discussant: Jon Jachimowicz, Harvard University

36: Xubo Cao (Stanford University), Charles A. O’Reilly, & Donald Sull: How Are Innovative Organizational Cultures Developed? The Importance of CEO Personality

37. Andrea Dittmann (Emory University), Nicole M. Stephens, & Sarah S. M. Townsend: From ‘Team’ Talk to Teamwork: Interdependent Values and Practices Benefit Employees from Lower-Class Backgrounds

38. Chris Lam (UC Irvine): The Elephant in the Room: How Workers Infer and Disclose Political Beliefs in the Workplace

39. Siyu Yu (Rice University), Jiyin Cao, Aharon Cohen-Mohliver, & Adam Galinsky: The Contaminating Effect of Social Capital: Upper-Class Networks Increase Unethical Behavior

10:10 – 10:20 Break
10:20 – 10:50 Plenary Research Session 4:

40. Ray Reagans, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

10:50 – 11:15 Breakout room session
11:15 – 11:20 Award the Edgar Schein Best Student Paper Prize
11:20 – 11:50 Plenary Research Session 5:

41. Jennifer Chatman & Sameer Srivastava, UC Berkeley

11:50 – 12:00 Closing