Gregory A. Janicik
New York University
Stern School of Business
Department of Management
44 W. 4th St.; K.M.C. Suite 7-97
New York, NY  10012
Office: (212) 998-0929
Fax:  (212) 995-4234
E-mail: gjanicik@stern.nyu.edu

Education

Ph.D., Managerial and Organizational Behavior, The University of Chicago,
Graduate School of Business, June 1998.

M.B.A., The University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business, June 1997.

B.S.E., Biomedical and Electrical Engineering, Duke University,
School of Engineering, May 1988.

Honors, Grants and Awards

Best Paper: Conflict Management Division - Academy of Management Meeting, 2000.
Texas Tech College of Business Administration - Academic Research Grant, 1998-1999.
Harvard University Organizational Research Workshop, 1997.
Oscar Mayer Merit Fellowship, 1995-1996.
NIAS Rational Choice Sociology Summer School Fellowship, 1995.
The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Fellowship, 1992-1995.

Academic Positions

New York University, Stern School of Business       

July, 1999

Assistant Professor of Management and Organizational Behavior

to present
   

Texas Tech University, College of Business Administration 

August, 1998   

Assistant Professor of Management.

to June, 1999
   

The University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business

 

Lecturer in Managerial and Organizational Behavior

Fall, 1997

Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant

1992-1997

Publications

Janicik, G. A., & Bartel, C. A. (2003). Talking about time: Effects of temporal planning and time awareness norms on group coordination and performance. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 7, 122-134.

Blount, S., & Janicik, G. A. (2001). When plans change: Examining how people evaluate timing changes in work organizations. Academy of Management Review, 26, 566-585.

Blount, S., & Janicik, G. A. (2002). Getting and staying in-pace: The ‘in-synch’ preference and its implications for work groups.  In E. A. Mannix, M. A. Neale, & H. Sondak (Eds.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Vol. 4 (pp 235-266). New York, NY: Elsevier Science.

Janicik, G. A., & Blount, S.  (2000). The “delay-of-game” effect: The self-imposed costs of impatient responses to negotiation slowdowns. Best Paper Proceedings: Academy of Management Meeting Annual Meeting.

Burt, R.S., & Janicik, G. A. (1996). Social contagion and social structure. In D. Iacobucci (Ed.), Networks in Marketing. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Working Papers

Janicik, G. A. (2003). Group motivational gains and cognitive tasks: An extension of the Kohler effect.

Janicik, G. A., & Larrick, R.P. (2003). Social network schemas and the learning of incomplete networks.

Janicik, G. A., & Blount, S.  (2003). Would you hurry up? The self-handicapping effects of time stress in negotiations.

Blount, S., & Janicik, G. A. ( 2003). What makes us patient? The role of emotion in socio-temporal evaluation.

Works-in-Progress

Janicik, G. A. (2003). Encoding social relations: Organizational size and use of the balance schema.

Janicik, G. A. (2003). Moving beyond dyads: When do group motivation gains occur?

Presentations

Janicik, G. A. Group motivation gains in a cognitive task domain: Revisiting the Köhler effect. The Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Organizational Behavior Division; Seattle, WA. August, 2003.

Janicik, G. A. Social network schemas and the learning of missing relations. Columbia University, Graduate School of Business. November, 2002

Janicik, G. A. Group motivational gains and cognitive tasks: An extension of the Köhler effect. Organizational Behavior Junior Faculty Conference, University of Pennsylvania. November, 2002.

Janicik, G. A. Conflict and social network schemas. The Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Conflict Management Division, Sunday Panel Session. August, 2002.

Janicik, G. A. Talking about time: Effects of temporal planning and time urgent norms on group coordination and performance. The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. April, 2002.

Janicik, G. A., & Bartel, C. Managing time and pace in work groups: Effects of temporal planning on coordination. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Organizational Behavior Division; Washington D.C. August, 2001.

Janicik, G. A. Managing time and pace in the innovation process. Duke University School of Engineering, Distinguished Speaker Series. November, 2000.

Janicik, G. A., & Blount, S. The delay-of-game effect. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Conflict Management Division; Toronto, Ontario. August, 2000.

Janicik, G. A., & Blount, S. The role of pace in negotiations: Examining the 'out-of-synch' effect. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Joint Symposium; Toronto, Ontario. August, 2000.

Shah, P., & Janicik, G. A. Individual and structural factors predicting social network accuracy. International Social Network Conference; Vancouver, British Columbia. April, 2000.

Janicik, G. A., & Blount, S. Patience and impatience: Reconciling competing pacing demands across organizations. International Association for Conflict Management; San Sebastian, Spain. June, 1999.

Janicik, G. A. Personality and the assessment of social networks. International Social Network Conference; Charleston, South Carolina. February, 1999.

Janicik, G. A. Networks, knowledge and strategic choice: The role of social expertise. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Joint symposium; San Diego, California. August, 1998.

Janicik, G. A. Diagnosing influence in organizations: The role of social structure schemas. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Managerial and Organizational Cognition Group; Cincinnati, Ohio. August, 1996.

Janicik, G. A. Social structure schemas and the learning of relations. International Social Network Conference; London, England. July, 1995.

Teaching Experience

Instructor. New York University, Stern School of Business.
Collaboration, Conflict and Negotiation: January 2003..

Instructor. New York University, Stern School of Business.
Managing Organizations: Fall 2002.

Instructor. New York University, Stern School of Business.
Negotiation for Entrepreneurs: Fall 2001.

Instructor. New York University, Stern School of Business.
Conflict and Negotiation: Spring 2000; Spring 2001; Fall 2001; Spring 2003.

Instructor. Texas Tech University, College of Business Administration.
Organizational Behavior: Fall 1998.
Managing Organizational Behavior and Organization Design: Fall 1998; Spring 1999.
Ph.D. Seminar in Organizational Behavior: Spring 1999.

Instructor. The University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business.
Strategies and Processes of Negotiation: Fall 1997.

Associations

Academy of Management
American Psychological Association
American Sociological Association
International Network for Social Network Analysis

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