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Dennis John Marquardt Ph.D.

Name

[Marquardt Ph.D., Dennis John]

Biography

I’m an ethical leadership and social issues researcher in management at the University of Texas at Arlington. With six years of leadership experience in corporate and retail banking coupled with extensive experience as an educator and an educational technologist, I approach my research and teaching from a well-rounded, industry-relevant vantage point. My professional goal is to conduct high-quality organizational research that positively impacts the lives of people and ultimately makes the world a better place.     

Awards and Honors

    • Apr  2014 Joseph Rosenstein Endowed Research Award sponsored by Department of ManagementCollege of BusinessOffice of the Provost and Vice President for Academic AffairsOffice of the PresidentUniversity of Texas at Arlington
    • Apr  2014 Carla Buss Memorial Scholarship sponsored by UTA College of Business

Research and Expertise

  • Ethical Leadership and Social Issues

    My research interests include ethical leadership, moral identity, work/family, and race/gender topics.  

Publications

      Journal Article 2014
      • Bell, M. P., Marquardt, D. J., & Berry, D. P. (2014). “Diversity,” immigration, and the new American multi- racial hierarchy. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 29(3): 285-303. 

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      2014
      • Hartzell, M. M., Mayer, T. G., Neblett, R., Marquardt, D. J., & Gatchell, R. J. (2014). Does the economy affect functional restoration outcomes for patients with chronic disabling occupational musculoskeletal disorders? Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, Advanced online publication.
        doi: 10.1007/s10926-014-9546-1. 

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      Journal Article 2013
      • Bell, M. P., Berry, D. P., Marquardt, D. J., & Green, T. G. (2013).  Introducing discriminatory job loss: Antecedents, consequences, and complexities.  Journal of Managerial Pscyhology, 28(6).
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Courses

      • MANA 3318-012 Managing Organization Behavior

        Organizations are made up of people from all different cultures and backgrounds making them incredibly complex.  Due to this complexity, aspiring managers are best equipped when they have a broad understanding of how individuals are motivated and work together effectively.  This course examines the interactions of people in organizations both at the individual and the group level.  Through the use of both traditional teaching and applied group learning tasks, students will be introduced to the role of individual personality, attitudes, and behaviors and their impact on important employee job-related outcomes.  An overview of classic literature in motivation, job design, organization culture, and power and influence is also covered.  Finally, all course content is analyzed with a diversity and ethics-based lens.

      • MANA 3318-001 Managing Organizational Behavior

        This course provides a broad introduction to contemporary management and organizational behavior practices. The goal is to provide an applied theoretical framework for managers from a variety of industries and levels using concepts including employee personality, motivation, diversity, decision-making theory, planning, control, leadership, group behavior, conflict, and organizational change.

      • MANA 3318-003 Managing Organizational Behavior

        This course is an introduction to the factors that influence individual and group behavior in organizations. Emphasizing findings from the field of organizational behavior, topics covered include: individual differences and diversity, social information processing, work attitudes, stress, work motivation, power and influence, negotiation, teams, leadership, and organizational research. 

      • MANA 3318-005 MANAGING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

        This course is an introduction to the factors that influence individual and group behavior in organizations. Emphasizing findings from the field of organizational behavior, topics covered include: individual differences and diversity, social information processing, work attitudes, stress, work motivation, power and influence, negotiation, teams, leadership, and organizational research. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours