Gail Berger

  • 9 Citations
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Research Interests

Professor Berger's research interests include organizational communication in the contexts of negotiation, performance appraisal, decision making and teamwork. In particular, she explores how power differentials impact people's interpretation of messages, as well as message transmission. She also examines effective negotiation strategies and communication sharing in teams.

Education/Academic qualification

Management and Organizations, PhD, Northwestern University

… → 2003

Administration and Supervision, MEd, Loyola University of Chicago

… → 2002

Management and Organizations, MS, Northwestern University

… → 2001

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Research Output 2003 2018

  • 9 Citations
  • 4 Article
  • 2 Chapter
4 Citations (Scopus)
Economic Inflation
Motivation
Publication Bias
Meta-Analysis
Communication

Sticking to the script: Employee identification and brand representation

McGrath, C. & Berger, G., Jan 1 2015, In : Management Education. 14, 3-4, p. 1-16 16 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

employee
ability
online survey
Employees
stakeholder

Employee perceptions of CSR : critical factors for boosting CSR participation

Harrington, B., Darlow, G. A. B. & Douthit, M., 2013, Socially Responsible and Sustainable Business around the Globe: the new age of corporate social responsibility. Common Ground Publishing, p. 80-96 17 p. 25

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Employee participation
Influencing factors
Employee perceptions
Corporate Social Responsibility
Self-construal

IS A MEETING WORTH THE TIME? BARRIERS TO EFFECTIVE GROUP DECISION MAKING IN ORGANIZATIONS

Medvec, V. H., Berger, G., Liljenquist, K. & Neale, M. A., Dec 1 2003, Time in Groups. p. 213-233 21 p. (Research on Managing Groups and Teams; vol. 6).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Group decision making
Time pressure
Information effects
Confirmation bias
Decision-making process