Carl H. Lindner College of BusinessCarl H. Lindner College of BusinessUniversity of Cincinnati

Carl H. Lindner College of Business

Jacki Perrmann

PhD Student
Contact Information
E-mail:
Office:
534 Carl H. Lindner Hall
Phone:
513-556-5703
Fax:
513-556-5499
Teaching Interest
  • Organizational Behavior, Strategic Management
Research Interest
  • Work/Non-Work Dynamics, Leadership, Group Membership
Awards | Honors

Organization:
Lindner College of Business
Name:
Dean's List of Teaching Excellence
Year Received:
2015


Organization:
Lindner College of Business
Name:
Dean's List of Teaching Excellence
Year Received:
2014


Education

Institution:
Xavier University
Major:
Human Resources and Management
Completed:
2011
Degree:
MBA


Institution:
Miami University
Location:
Oxford, Ohio
Major:
Marketing
Completed:
2009
Degree:
BS


Research in progress

Title:
CEO performance management leadership and firm performance

Description:
This paper tests a multi-level model about how CEO execution behaviors influence TMT members' job performance and firm performance via creation of a flourishing TMT climate

Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Employee Attitudes and Perceptions in the Workplace


Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Managing Boundaries in Highly Visible, Prestigious Occupations


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Multi-level model for work-family research

Description:
This theoretical paper focuses on how team norms about work-family boundary management styles are the vehicle through which leaders and teams influence an individual's work-family boundary management and the subsequent outcomes of these for both the individual and the team members

Status:
Planning

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Passing the Buck: Delegating Choices to Others to Avoid Responsibility and Blame



Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Where do I fit in? Examining Employee Membership Profiles

Description:
Research examining working adults determines if there are distinct and interpretable employee membership profiles based on perceived organizational membership. Contrary to prior theorizing on employee membership typologies which suggests four different profiles, the current study suggests evidence of three. A method commonly used in economics research and quickly gaining popularity in organizational research—mixture modeling and latent profile analysis is used. We provide a description of each typology and explain why this information is crucial to organizations. Implications in practice include what may happen if employers do not understand differences between their employees when it comes to perceived organizational membership.

Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Presentations

Title:
Managing Boundaries in Highly Visible, Prestigious Occupations
Location:
Vancouver, BC
Year:
2015