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Kristie Rogers joined Marquette University in 2016 as an Assistant Professor. Her research focuses on the topics of respect, identity, and stigma in organizations. Current and past research projects span contexts such as a prison, the Army’s Special Forces, an elite technology company, a small microbrewery, and female board members of publicly traded firms. Kristie is passionate about field-based research and partners with small and large organizations to address important challenges. She received her Ph.D. from Arizona State University, and worked as an assistant professor at the University of Kansas for three years prior to joining Marquette.
OB Division Making Connections Committee member, Academy of Management, 2013-present
MOC Division Best Paper Award Committee, Academy of Management, 2014-2016
Rogers, K.M., Corley, K.G., & Ashforth, B.E. 2017. Seeing more than orange: Organizational respect and positive identity transformation in a prison context. Administrative Science Quarterly, 62: 219-269.
Rogers, K.M., & Ashforth, B.E. Respect in organizations: Feeling valued as “we” and “me.” Journal of Management, 43: 1578-1608.
Reina, C., Rogers, K.M., Peterson, S.J., Hom, P.W., & Byron, K. 2017. Quitting the Boss? The Role of Manager Influence Tactics and Employee Emotional Engagement in Voluntary Turnover. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies DOI: 10.1177/1548051817709007
Ashforth, B.E., Schinoff, B.S., & Rogers, K.M. 2016. “I identify with her,” “I identify with him”: Unpacking the dynamics of personal identification in organizations. Academy of Management Review, 41: 28-60.
Schinoff, B.S., Rogers, K.M., & Corley, K.G. 2016. How do we communicate who we are? Examining how organizational identity is conveyed to members. In Pratt, M.G., M. Schultz, B.E. Ashforth, & D. Ravasi (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Identity: 219-238. New York: Oxford University Press.