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Oklahoma State University

ANNA LENNARD

ANNA LENNARD

Department of Management
Assisstant Professor, Spears School of Business

449C BUSINESS BUILDING
STILLWATER, OK 74078
Phone: 405-744-7729

anna.lennard@okstate.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Biography

Dr. Anna Lennard is an Assistant Professor in the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. Her research examines affect, justice, and decision making biases in organizations. Her dissertation examines the role of perspective taking biases in managerial enactment of justice and social interaction outcomes. Her work has been published in the Oxford OCB Handbook and is forthcoming in the Academy of Management Annals and the Journal of Applied Psychology. In addition, her work has been presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Management, the International Association of Conflict Management and the Oxford University Reputation Symposium.

Education

  • Ph D, Michigan State University, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, 2018
  • BA, Indiana University, English, Psychology, 2013

Publications

  • Joel Koopman, Szu-Han Lin, Anna Connors Lennard, Fadel K Matta, and Russell E Johnson. "My coworkers are treated more fairly than me! A self-regulatory perspective on justice social comparisons". Academy of Management Journal (Forthcoming).
  • J. M. Schaubroeck, L. W. Lam, J. Y.M. Lai, A. C. Lennard, A. C. Peng, and K. W. Chan. (2018). "Changing experiences of work dirtiness, occupational identification, and employee withdrawal". Journal of Applied Psychology. (103), 10, 1086-1100.
  • A. C. Lennard, B. A. Scott, and R. E. Johnson. "Turning frowns (and smiles) upside down: A multilevel examination of surface acting positive and negative emotions on well-being.". Journal of Applied Psychology (Forthcoming).
  • D. Sleesman, A. C. Lennard, G. McNamara, and D. Conlon. (2018). "Putting excalation of commitment in context: A multilevel review and analysis". Academy of Management Annals. (12), 1, 1941-6520 (print)| 1941-6067 (online).
  • A. C. Lennard and L. Van Dyne. (2016). "Helping that hurts: A new perspective on the dark side of helping organizational citizenship behavior. Oxford OCB Handbook.". .

Presentations

  • The dynamic need for justice: An integration of fairness theory and person-environment fit
    Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    Academy of Managment
    Atlanta, Georgia - 2017
  • Too soon for trust: Trust development and performance in self-managed teams
    Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    Academy of Managment
    Atlanta, Georgia - 2017
  • Helping that hurts: A new perspective on the dark side of helping organizational citizenship behavior
    Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    Academy of Managment
    Anaheim, California - 2016
  • The Dynamism of Employee Affect: Spillover Effects of Emotional Regulation & Affective Events
    Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    Academy of Managment
    Anaheim, California - 2016
  • The effects justice social comparisons on workplace attitudes and behaviors
    Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    Academy of Managment
    Anaheim, California - 2016
  • Bending over backwards to be fair
    IACM Annual Meeting
    IACM
    New York City, New York - 2016
  • The role of sunk costs and project completion information in different decision environments
    Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    Academy of Managment
    Vancouver, Canada - 2015
  • Is reputation a buffer or a lightning rod?
    Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation Conference
    Oxford University
    Oxford, England - 2015
  • The role of reputation in the Hollywood film industry
    Southern Management Association Meeting
    Academy of Managment
    St. Petersburg, Florida - 2015

Academic, Military, and Professional Positions

  • Oklahoma State University, Assisstant Professor, Spears School of Business, August 2018
  • Indiana University, Manager of Writing Tutorial Center, 2012 - 2014
  • Indiana University, Research Assistant/Editor, 2010 - 2013
  • Indiana University, Peer Writing Tutor, 2011 - 2012

Courses Taught

  • MGMT 3123 (2 Semesters)