PhD Candidate 2013
OB/HR (major), Strategic Management (minor)
Jiseon Shin is a doctoral candidate in OB/HR whose research interests include organizational change, adaptation, voice, and social networks. Her dissertation investigates the role of voice behavior as the mechanism through which employees’ dissatisfaction with organizational change implementation processes relates to their positive attitudinal and behavioral outcomes. Her research has been published in the
Academy of Management Journal and Academy of Management Review. She won the 2012 Frank T. Paine Doctoral Award for Academic Achievement of the Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Dissertation titleEmployee voice behavior during organizational change
I examine employees' change-related voice behavior as the mechanism through which their dissatisfaction with change implementation processes relates to their positive outcomes during organizational change. I propose that employees who are dissatisfied with change implementation processes will engage in change-related voice behavior and this relationship will be strengthened by their initial change-commitment, change efficacy, voice climate, and team leader’ empowering leadership. Employees’ increased voice behaviors will positively lead to their subsequent change-commitment, creative process engagement and performance.
Dissertation Chair: M. Susan Taylor (co-chair) Myeong-Gu Seo (co-chair)
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