Elizabeth A. Mannix
is the professor of Management and Organizations at Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management
, and the Director of the Institute for the Social Sciences
at Cornell University. She obtained her PhD
from the University of Chicago
Professor Mannix's research and teaching interests include: effective performance in organizational teams, power and alliances, negotiation and conflict, organizational change and leadership. Recently, she has been studying the effects of informal power in teams, and the multi-faceted effects of diversity on performance in organizational groups.
Professor Mannix's work has been published in such journals as: Administrative Science Quarterly, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
, Journal of Applied Psychology, and the Academy of Management Journal. She is the co-editor of the book series Research on Managing Groups and Teams, now in its 9th volume. Mannix is also an associate editor of the Academy of Management Review. She received the 2000-2001 Clifford H. Whitcomb Faculty Fellowship, as well as the 2001 EMBA Globe Award for Excellence in teaching.
- Mannix, E. A., M. Neale, M., and S. Blount-Lyon, Eds. (2004). Research in Managing Groups and Teams: Temporal Issues. Oxford: Elsevier Science Press.
- Lovaglia, M., Mannix, E., Samuelson, C., Sell, J., & Wilson, R. (2004).......