Additional Titles: Harkins & Company Centennial Chair
Research Areas: Organizational Behavior, Organizational Corruption, Organizational Identification Processes, Organizational Identity, Organizational Reputation
Dukerich, Janet M.
Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Professor in the Department of Management
Janet Dukerich received her B.S. and M.A. from Ohio State University and her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. Her research and teaching interests include organizational identification, reputation management, issue interpretation, and ethical decision making.
ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP & AWARDS
Academy of Management MOC Distinguished Scholar Award
Administrative Science Quarterly Award for Scholarly Achievement
Best Paper, Academy of Management Journal
Fawn & Vijay Mahajan Teaching Excellence Award for Executive Education
Fabiola Bertolotti, Elisa Mattarelli, and Janet M. Dukerich. 2019. The Relationship Between Polychronicity and Social Networks: A Mixed-methods Study of Research and Development Professionals. Human Relations 72(10), 1595-1622.
Ithai Stern, Janet M. Dukerich, and Edward Zajac. 2014. Unmixed Signals: How Reputation and Status Affect Alliance Formation. Strategic Management Journal 35(4), 512-531.
Janet M. Dukerich. 2007. Identity and beyond: Future directions for identity and identification research, in Identity and the Modern Organization, C. Bartel, S. Blader & A. Wrzesniewski, ed. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 245-249.
Dutton, J.E. and Janet M. Dukerich. 2006. The Relational Foundation of Research: An Underappreciated Dimension of Interesting Research. Academy of Management Journal 49(1), 21-26, invited paper.
Wolfe, R., Weick, K., Usher, J., Terborg, J., Poppo, L., Murrell, A., Janet M. Dukerich, Crown, D., Dickson, K., and Jourdan, J.. 2005. Sport and Organizational Studies: Exploring Synergy. Journal of Management Inquiry 14, 182-210.
Janet M. Dukerich, Brian R. Golden, and Stephen M. Shortell. 2002. Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder: The Impact of Organizational Identification, Identity, and Image on the Cooperative Behaviors of Physicians. Administrative Science Quarterly 47, 507-533.
Ammeter, Anthony P. and Janet M. Dukerich. 2002. Leadership, Team Building, and Team Member Characteristics In High Performance Project Teams. Engineering Management Journal 14, 3-10.
Arthur P. Brief, Robert T. Buttram, and Janet M. Dukerich. 2001. Collective Corruption in the Corporate World: Toward a Process Model, in Groups at Work: Theory and Research, M.E. Turner, ed. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Janet M. Dukerich. 2001. More is Not Always Better: Limits to Managerial Thinking and Decision Making, in Organizational Cognition, T. Lant & Z. Shapiro, ed. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Anthony P. Ammeter and Janet M. Dukerich. 2001. Perception Versus Reality: Using Self-Reports to Predict Factors Leading to High Performance in Project Teams, in Proceedings, Southern Management Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Janet M. Dukerich and Suzanne M. Carter. 2000. Distorted Images and Reputation Repair, in The Expressive Organization, M. Schmidt, M. Hatch, and M. Larsen, eds. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Janet M. Dukerich, Mary Waller, Elizabeth George, and George P. Huber. 2000. Moral Intensity and Managerial Problem Solving. Journal of Business Ethics 24, 29-38.
Brian R. Golden, Janet M. Dukerich, and Frances E. Hauge. 2000. The Interpretation and Resolution of Resource Allocation Issues in Professional Organizations: An Examination of the Professional-Manager Dichotomy. Journal of Management Studies 37, 1157-1187.
Suzanne M. Carter and Janet M. Dukerich. 1998. Corporate Responses to Changes in Reputation. Corporate Reputation Review 1, 250-270.
Janet M. Dukerich, Roderick Kramer, and Judi McLean Parks. 1998. The Dark Side of Identification, in Identity in Organizations: Building Theory Through Conversations, D. Whetten & P. Godfrey, ed. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Suzanne M. Carter and Janet M. Dukerich. 1997. Corporate Reputation and its Effect on Organizational Actions: How Reputations are Managed. Corporate Reputation Review 1, 152-156.
Janet M. Dukerich, Brian R. Golden, and Carol K. Jacobson. 1996. Nested Cultures and Identities: A Comparative Study of Nation and Profession/Occupation Status Effects on Resource Allocation Decisions, in Research in the Sociology of Organizations, P.A. Bamberger, M. Erez, & S.B. Bacharach, ed. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 35-89.
Arthur P. Brief, Janet M. Dukerich, Paul R. Brown, and Joan F. Brett. 1996. What's Wrong with the Treadway Commission Report? Experimental Analyses of the Effects of Personal Values and Codes of Conduct on Fraudulent Financial Reporting. Journal of Business Ethics 15, 183-198.
Jane E. Dutton, Janet M. Dukerich, and C.V. Harquail. 1994. Organizational Images and Member Identification. Administrative Science Quarterly39, 239-263.
Donald L. McCabe, Janet M. Dukerich, and Jane E. Dutton. 1994. The Effects of Professional Education on Values and Ethical Decision Making: Business School vs. Law School Students. Journal of Business Ethics 13, 693-700.
Donald L. McCabe, Janet M. Dukerich, and Jane E. Dutton. 1993. Values and Moral Dilemmas: A Cross-Cultural Comparison. Business Ethics Quarterly 3, 117-130.
Donald L. McCabe, Janet M. Dukerich, and Jane E. Dutton. 1992. Values and Ethical Decision Making Among Professional School Students: A Study of Dental and Medical Students. Professional Ethics 1, 117-136.
Janet M. Dukerich and Mary L. Nichols. 1991. Causal Information Search in Managerial Decision Making. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 50, 106-122.
Donald L. McCabe, Janet M. Dukerich, and Jane E. Dutton. 1991. Context, Values and Moral Dilemmas: Comparing the Choices of Business and Law School Students. Journal of Business Ethics 10, 33-42.
Mary L. Nichols and Janet M. Dukerich. 1991. Investigating Issues Using a Theory Building Methodology, in Advances in Information Processing in Organizations, R.L. Cardy and S.M. Puffer, eds. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 161-181.
Jane E. Dutton and Janet M. Dukerich. 1991. Keeping an Eye on the Mirror: Image and Identity in Organizational Adaptation. Academy of Management Journal 34, 517-554.
Arthur P. Brief, Janet M. Dukerich, and Lucinda I. Doran. 1991. Resolving Ethical Dilemmas in Management: Experimental Investigations of Values, Accountability, and Choice. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 21, 380-396.
Arthur P. Brief and Janet M. Dukerich. 1991. Theory in Organizational Behavior: Can it be Useful?, in Research in Organizational Behavior, L.L. Cummings & B.M. Staw, ed. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 327-352.
Janet M. Dukerich, Keith Weigelt, and Andrew Schotter. 1990. A Game Theory Analysis of Dual Discrimination. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 47, 21-41.
Janet M. Dukerich, Frances J. Milliken, and David A. Cowan. 1990. Inbasket Exercises as an Information Processing Methodology. Simulation and Gaming 21, 395-408.
Janet M. Dukerich, Mary L. Nichols, Dawn R. Elm, and David A. Vollrath. 1990. Moral Reasoning in Groups: Leaders Make a Difference. Human Relations 43, 473-493.
Keith Weigelt, Janet M. Dukerich, and Andrew Schotter. 1989. Reactions to Discrimination in an Incentive Pay Compensation Scheme: A Game-Theoretic Approach. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 44, 26-44.
Mary L. Nichols, Janet M. Dukerich, and William D. Roering. 1986. A Theory of Managing the Scope of an Issue, in Proceedings, National Academy of Management Meetings, Chicago, IL.
James R. Meindl, Sanford B. Ehrlich, and Janet M. Dukerich. 1985. The Romance of Leadership. Administrative Science Quarterly 30, 78-102.
John H. Lingle, Janet M. Dukerich, and Thomas M. Ostrom. 1983. Accessing Information in Memory-Based Impression Judgments: Incongruity vs. Negativity in Retrieval Selectivity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 44, 262-272.
John B. Pryor, Thomas M. Ostrom, Janet M. Dukerich, Mark L. Mitchell, and John A. Herstein. 1983. Preintegrative Categorization of Social Information: The Role of Persons as Organizing Categories. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 44, 923-932.