Shirley C. Wang

Post Doctoral Fellow, Organizational Behavior and Theory

OFFICE

POS - Posner Hall - Room 381A

AREA OF EXPERTISE

Organizational Behavior and Theory

EDUCATION

Cornell University - Ph D (Organizational Behavior) - 2015
University of California San Diego - BA (Applied Mathematics) - 2007
University of California San Diego - BS (Management Science) - 2007

PUBLICATIONS

  • Emotional Intelligence, Information Elaboration, and Performance: The Moderating Role of Informational Diversity

    Small Group Research 46(3), 2015; 324-351

WORKING PAPERS

  • Seeing more than others: The role of asymmetric conflict perceptions in enhancing motivation and performance

    (author(s): Shirley Wang, Astrid Homan, Karen Jehn)

  • The effects of having a quiet out-group member on in-group information elaboration

    (author(s): Shirley Wang, Katherine Phillips)

  • It's all in the Timing: The Benefits of Early Diverse and Later Shared Task Cognitions on Team Performance Trajectories

    (author(s): Shirley Wang, Stephen Sauer, Tom Schryver)

  • The Influence of Representational Gaps on Team Processes and Performance

    (author(s): Shirley Wang, Elizabeth Mannix, Matthew Cronin)

Shirley Wang