Dr. Greenwald teaches Organizational Behavior and Theory at the undergraduate level and Statistical Techniques at the doctoral level.
Her research interests lie in the field of work motivation, specifically causes and outcomes of core confidence in the workforce, the associated role of attribution theory and goal orientation on work performance, and motivations for employee referrals.
Education and Training
- PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison Organizational Behavior Secondary Concentration: Human Resources Minor: Research Methods
- MBA, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Ill. International Business
- BS, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Ill. Marketing
Holdorf, W. E., & Greenwald, J. M. (2018). Toward a taxonomy and unified construct of responsibility. Personality and Individual Differences, 132, 115-125.
Pieper, J. R., Greenwald, J. M., & Schlachter, S. (2017). Motivating employee referrals: The interactive effects of the referral bonus, perceived risk in referring, and affective commitment. Human Resource Management, 1-16.
Stajkovic, A. D., Lee, D. S., Greenwald, J. M., & Raffiee, J. (2015). The role of core confidence in self-regulation: Theory development and testing in four studies. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 128, 29-48.
Maltarich, M., Greenwald, J. M., & Reilly, G. (2015). Team level goal orientation: An emergent state impacted by inputs, process, and outcomes. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, doi:10.1080/1359432X.2015.1004318
MGMT 332 Organizational Theory and Behavior
MGMT 399 Topics in Management
DBA 910 Organizational Behavior Seminar
DBA 940 Special Topics Seminar: Employee Engagement
DBA 940 Special Topics Seminar: Leadership
DBA 902 Statistical Techniques I
DBA 903 Statistical Techniques II
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