The Management and Organizations Area focuses on research in the management of organizations in an increasingly diverse and interdependent world. We aim to understand multiple aspects of organizations, such as interpersonal perceptions, motivation, decision making, perceptions of fairness, diversity, leadership, and team processes. We draw on multiple literatures and theoretical perspectives, including organizational behavior, social psychology, and cognitive psychology.
Our research contributes to the development of our scholarly disciplines, infuses our teaching, and advances management practice. The Management and Organizations PhD program trains you in the pursuit of original research in the field, with the goal of providing you with skills and tools for conducting scholarly research.
At Fuqua, we take both theoretical and empirical perspectives on the study of organizational behavior. If you are interested in understanding the processes and dynamics of how people work within organizations, and in taking a multi-method approach to understanding organizations, you will have an opportunity at Fuqua to work with award-winning faculty who are at the forefront of this field.
Please see the faculty publications page for examples of faculty work and for links to faculty research pages.
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