Prof. Dr. Björn Michaelis - Presentations | KLU



Professor Björn Michaelis, Adjunct Professor of Management and Organisation


Presentations

Michaelis, B., Göcke, T. (2015). Should we stay or should we go? Why people stay or leave during mergers and acquisitions in the German software industry. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Vancouver, Canada.

Wang, L., Michaelis, B., Schweizer, L. (2014). Cross-border acquisition completion in the Chinese context: An organizational learning perspective. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Philadelphia, PA.

Schweizer, L., Rogbeer, S., Michaelis, B. (2013). Fragments in strategy research: The case of dynamic capabilities. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Orlando, FL.

Wagner, J., Michaelis, B., Schweizer, L. (2012). Knowledge as a key factor in the relationship of high-performance work systems and workforce productivity. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Boston, MA.

Peters, F., Michaelis, B., Menges, J. (2012). Heureka: How transformational leaders harness their employees’ creative potential and achieve high innovation performance. 12th EURAM Annual Conference. Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Nohe, C., Michaelis, B., Menges, J., Zhang, Z., Sonntag, K. (2011). Leader charisma, trust in leader, and team-level organizational citizenship behavior during change: A multilevel, moderated mediation analysis. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. San Antonio, TX.

Michaelis, B., Nohe, C. Menges, J., Sonntag, K. (2010). Leadership, commitment, and team performance during change: A multilevel, multi-mediation study. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Montreal, Canada.

Steinhage, A. L., Michaelis, B., Parks, K. M., McDonald, D. P. (2010). Leadership climate, unit effectiveness, and the counterintuitive role of negative affective tone. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. Montreal, Canada.

Michaelis, B., Menges, J., Parks, K., Stegmaier, R., Sonntag, K. (2009). Boundary conditions for an effective transformational leadership climate: The role of positive affective tone. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Chicago, IL.

Michaelis, B., Parks, K., Menges, J., Stegmaier, R., Sonntag, K. (2009). Contextual conditions and mechanisms for innovation performance effectiveness of work-units’ leadership credibility climate: A large scale empirical study. Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. New Orleans, LA.

Michaelis, B., Stegmaier, R., Sonntag, K. (2009). Employees’ health and leader effectiveness: A moderated mediation model of leadership, trust, motivation, and performance. Sixth Conference of the German Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology. Vienna, Austria.

Walter, S. & Michaelis, B. (2009). The impact of transformational and transactional leadership on employees’ stress, burnout, and well-being: A meta-analysis. Sixth Conference of the German Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology. Vienna, Austria.

Büch, V. & Michaelis, B. (2009). The role of well-being and participation in decision-making processes for employees’ innovative behavior: A moderated mediation model. Sixth Conference of the German Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology. Vienna, Austria.

Michaelis, B. (2008). How leaders influence affective commitment to change on innovation implementation behavior in R&D teams. Sixth International Conference on Emotions and Worklife. Fontainebleau, France.

Michaelis, B., Stegmaier, R., Sonntag, K. (2008). Transformational leadership effects on employees’ innovation implementation behavior: The moderating role of climate for initiative. XXIX International Congress of Psychology ICP 2008. Berlin, Germany.

Michaelis, B., & Büch, V. (2008). A recipe for effective and non-stressful change: The role of organizational support and fairness. Seventh International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health. Washington, DC.

Michaelis, B. (2008). Projekt BiG – Benchmarking in einem Gesundheitsnetzwerk: Best-Practice Austausch als Ansatz zur Entwicklung eines nachhaltigen Gesundheitsmanagements. BMBF Jahrestagung „Präventiver Arbeits- und Gesundheitsschutz. Aachen, Germany.

Michaelis, B., & Boos, M. (2007). Leadership and job satisfaction in Western and Asian cultures: A comparison between German, Japanese, and Chinese executives. Fifth Conference of the German Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology. Trier, Germany.

Contact

Prof. Dr. Björn Michaelis

Tel: +49 40 328707-198
Fax: +49 40 328707-209
bjoern.michaelis(at)the-klu.org