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Margaret Ormiston

B.A (University of California) M.S. PhD (Berkeley, Haas School of Business)
Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour

Subject area:
Organisational Behaviour

Expertise

Issues related to teams including managing diversity, corporate social responsibility, and mergers and acquisitions.

Publications

'License to ill: The effects of corporate social responsibility and CEO Moral Identity on corporate social irresponsibility.' (ME Ormiston & EM Wong) Personnel Psychology. (2013) ‘The gleam of the double-edged sword: The benefits of subgroups for organizational ethics’ (ME Ormiston & EM Wong) Psychological Science. (2012). ‘The effects of top management team integrative complexity and decentralized decision making on corporate social performance.’ (EM Wong, ME Ormiston, PE Tetlock, Academy of Management Journal (2011). ‘A face only an investor could love: CEO facial structure predicts firm financial performance.’ (EM Wong, ME Ormiston, MP Haselhuhn, Psychological Science (2011). ‘From approach to inhibition: The influence of power on responses to poor-performers’ (A Ferguson, M E Ormiston, & H Moon), Journal of Applied Psychology (2010).

Research interest

Identity construction in teams, diversity in organizations, motives driving behaviour in teams, and psychological processes within top management teams.

Other activities

Issues related to teams including managing diversity, corporate social responsibility, and mergers and acquisitions.

Formerly

Research Analyst, Centre for Effective Organizations, University of Southern California Research Analyst, Sanli, Pastore, & Hill, Los Angeles, California

Contact Details

Email: mormiston@london.edu

tel: +44 (0)20 7000 8905
fax: +44 (0)20 7000 7001

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