Jack Goncalo

Jack Goncalo

Professor of Business Administration and A Robert & Helen P Seass Fellowship

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343F Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

goncalo@illinois.edu

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Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, University of California at Berkeley, 2004
  • M.S., Business Administration, University of California at Berkeley, 2001
  • B.A., Highest Honors, Psychology, University of California at Berkeley, 1999

Positions Held

  • Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2016 to present
  • Full Professor, Cornell University, 2015-2016
  • The Proskauer Professor, Cornell University, 2013-2016
  • , Associate Professor (with tenure), Dept. of Organizational Behavior, Cornell University, ILR School (Field membership in Cognitive Science), 2011-2015
  • , Assistant Professor, Dept. of Organizational Behavior, Cornell University, ILR School, 2004-2011

Recent Publications

  • Goncalo, J., Katz, J., & Ellis, L., Oxford University Press (Ed.) Forthcoming (2018). P.I.E.C.E. Together: How Social Norms Support the Process of Team Creatvity. The Oxford Handbook of Team Creativity Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Chatman, J., Goncalo, J., Kennedy, J., & Duguid, M. Forthcoming. Political correctness and group composition: A research agenda Research on Managing Groups and Teams ( pp. 161-184). .

Other Publications

Article

  • Duguid, M., & Goncalo, J. (2015). Squeezed in the middle: The middle status trade creativity for focus. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 109 (4), 589-603.
  • Goncalo, J., Vincent, L., & Krause, V. (2015). The liberating consequences of creative work: How a creative outlet lifts the physical burden of secrecy. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 59 32-39.
  • Goncalo, J., Chatman, J., Duguid, M., & Kennedy, J. (2015). Creativity from constraint? How political correctness influences creativity in mixed sex work groups. Administrative Science Quarterly, 60 (1), 1-30.
  • Kim, S., Vincent, L., & Goncalo, J. (2013). Outside Advantage: Can Social Rejection Fuel Creative Thought? Journal of Experimental Psychology, 143 (3), 605-611.
  • Vincent, L., Emich, K., & Goncalo, J. (2013). Stretching the moral gray zone: Positive affect, moral disengagement and dishonesty Psychological Science, 24 (4), 595-599.
  • Duguid, M., & Goncalo, J. (2012). Living Large: The Powerful Overestimate Their Own Height Psychological Science, 23 (1), 36-40.
  • Goncalo, J., & Duguid, M. (2012). Follow the Crowd in a New Direction: When Conformity Pressure Facilitates Group Creativity (And When It Does Not) Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 18 (1), 14-23.
  • Leung, A., Kim, S., Polman, E., Ong, L., Qiu, L., Goncalo, J., & Sanchez-Burks, J. (2012). Embodied Metaphors and Creative "Acts.". Psychological Science, 23 (5), 502-509.
  • Mueller, J., Melwani, S., & Goncalo, J. (2012). The bias against creativity: Why people desire but reject creative ideas Psychological Science, 23 (1), 13-17.
  • Mueller, J., Goncalo, J., & Kamdar, D. (2011). Recognizing creative leadership: Can creative idea expression negatively relate to perceptions of leadership potential? Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47 494-498.
  • Goncalo, J., & Kim, S. (2010). Distributive justice beliefs and group idea generation: Does a belief in equity facilitate productivity? Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46 836-840.
  • Goncalo, J., Flynn, F., & Kim, S. (2010). Are two narcissists better than one?: The link between narcissism, perceived creativity and creative performance Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36 1484-1495.
  • Goncalo, J., Polman, E., & Maslach, C. (2010). Can confidence come too soon?: Collective efficacy, conflict and group performance over time Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 113 13-24.
  • Goncalo, J., & Duguid, M. (2008). Hidden consequences of the group serving bias: Causal attributions and the quality of group decision making Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 107 219-233.
  • Audia, P., & Goncalo, J. (2007). Past success and creativity over time: A study of inventors in the hard-disk drive industry Management Science, 53 1-15.
  • Goncalo, J., & Staw, B. (2006). Individualism-collectivism and group creativity Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 100 96-109.
  • Nemeth, C., & Goncalo, J. (2005). Creative collaborations from afar: The benefits of independent authors Creativity Research Journal, 17 1-8.
  • Goncalo, J. (2004). Past success and convergent thinking in groups: The role of group-focused attributions European Journal of Social Psychology, 34 385-395.
  • Nemeth, C., Personnaz, M., Personnaz, B., & Goncalo, J. (2004). The liberating role of conflict in group creativity: A study in two countries European Journal of Social Psychology, 34 365-374.

Book or Monograph

  • Goncalo, J., Elizabeth A. Mannix, Jack A. Goncalo, Margaret A. Neale (Ed.) (2009). Research on Managing Groups and Teams: Creativity in Groups. New York: American Elsevier.

Chapter in a Book

  • Goncalo, J., & Krause, V. (2014). Narcissism and creativity over time: Toward a dynamic model of group creativity New Directions in Management and Organization Theory ( pp. 63-90). Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Vincent, L., & Goncalo, J. (2014). License to steal: How the creative identity licenses dishonesty The Ethics of Creativity, Palgrave MacMillan Ltd ( pp. 137-151). .
  • Nemeth, C., & Goncalo, J. (2011). Rogues and heroes: Finding value in dissent Rebels in Groups: Dissent, Deviance, Difference and Defiance.
  • Goncalo, J., & Krause, V. (2010). Being different or being better?: Disentangling the effects of independence and competition on group creativity Advances in Group Processes ( pp. 129-157). .
  • Goncalo, J., Vincent, L., & Audia, P. (2010). Early creativity as a constraint on future achievement The Dark Side of Creativity.
  • Nishi, L., & Goncalo, J., K.W. Phillips, E.A. Mannix & M. Neale (Ed.) (2008). Demographic faultlines and creativity in groups Research on Managing Groups and Teams ( pp. 1-26). .
  • Nemeth, C., & Goncalo, J., S. Shavitt & T.C. Brock (Ed.) (2005). Influence and persuasion in small groups Persuasion: Psychological Insights and Perspectives.
  • Chatman, J., & Goncalo, J., N.J. Smelser & P.B. Baltes (Ed.) (2001). People in organizations International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Stamford, CT: Elsevier Science Ltd.

Conference Proceeding

  • Goncalo, J., & Krause, V. (2013). Narcissism and creativity over time: Toward a dynamic model of group creativity 1st Management Theory Conference, Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Kim, S., Vincent, L., & Goncalo, J. (2012). The outsider's advantage: Social rejection can fuel creative thought Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., Flynn, F., & Kim, S. (2010). From a mirage to an oasis: Narcissism, perceived creativity and creative performance Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., & Kandathil, G. (2007). Connecting group success to individual achievement: Cross-cultural attributions for group performance Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., & Polman, E. (2007). When confidence comes too soon: Collective efficacy, conflict and group performance over time Academy of Management Best Papers.
  • Goncalo, J. (2006). An attributional theory of convergent thinking in groups Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

Other Publication

  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Are you a bit of a loser? Don't worry, you're probably really creative.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Big shots: The figurative big man on campus may think he's a literal big man too.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Does social rejection fuel creativity for people?
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Don't Get Mad, Get Creative: Social Rejection Can Fuel Imaginative Thinking, Study Shows.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Feeling powerful makes you think you are taller than you really are.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). I feel powerful…and so tall!
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Large and in charge: Powerful people overestimate their own height.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Powerful people think they are taller than they really are.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Revenge of the nerds: Social rejection can 'lead to imaginative thinking and strong independence.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Social rejection and imaginative thinking.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Social rejection can fuel creativity.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Socially rejected people likely to be more creative, says a study.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). The benefits of rejection.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). To boost business let your employees unleash their inner napoleons.
  • Goncalo, J. (2012). Using Social Rejection to Drive Creativity.
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). Are Creative Types Lousy Leaders?
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). Are the People in Your Organization too Smart to be Creative?
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). CEO Wanted. Creative People Need Not Apply.
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). Creativity can Lessen Leader Image.
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). Does Being Creative Help You Climb to the Top?
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). Is Creativity a Bad Trait for a Senior Leader?
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). Managing the Psychological Bias Against Creativity.
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). This Year, Tame Your Office Narcissist.
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). Vote for Quirky.
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). Want to get Promoted? Stifle your Creativity.
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). Why Creative People are Kept out of the Driver's Seat.
  • Goncalo, J. (2011). Why We Shun Creativity in the Workplace.
  • Goncalo, J. (2010). Advantage: Narcissists.
  • Goncalo, J. (2010). Business school: Hotbed of narcissism?
  • Goncalo, J. (2010). Creativity: Are two narcissistic heads better than one?
  • Goncalo, J. (2010). Is Narcissism Good for Business?
  • Goncalo, J. (2010). Narcissism and creativity: Intriguing and Troubling Findings.
  • Goncalo, J. (2010). Work with a narcissist? They're probably more successful than you are.
  • Goncalo, J. (2007). Does Success Spoil Inventors?
  • Goncalo, J. (2006). In the Money.
  • Goncalo, J. (2006). Individualism-collectivism and group creativity.
  • Goncalo, J. (2006). Workplace focus on individual fuels creativity.

Presentation

  • Goncalo, J. (2015). Creativity and Status Society for Experimental Social Psychology.
  • Deri, S., Krause, V., & Goncalo, J. (2014). Divine Inhibition: How Thoughts of God Stifle Creativity Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology.
  • Duguid, M., & Goncalo, J. (2014). Squeezed in the Middle: The Middle Status Trade Creativity for Focus EGOS Conference.
  • Goncalo, J., Deri, S., Krause, V., & Tadmor, C. (2014). Divine Inhibition: Thinking About God Stifles Creative Thought Academy of Management 2014 Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., & Krause, V. (2013). Narcissism and Creativity Over Time: Toward a Dynamic Model of Group Creativity 6th EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business.
  • Krause, V., & Goncalo, J. (2013). Narcissism and Creativity Over Time: Toward a Dynamic Model of Group Creativity 1st Management Theory Conference.
  • Duguid, M., & Goncalo, J. (2013). Stuck in the Middle: The Middle Status Trade Creativity for Focus Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Kim, S., Vincent, L., & Goncalo, J. (2012). The Outsider’s Advantage: Social Rejection Can Fuel Creative Thought Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Chatman, J., Goncalo, J., Kennedy, J., & Duguid, M. (2011). Political Correctness in Diverse Groups. Research on Managing Groups and Teams Annual Conference.
  • Goncalo, J., & Krause, V. (2011). Idea Generation and the Anticipation of Choice European Association for Social Psychology.
  • Goncalo, J., Chatman, J., Duguid, M., & Kennedy, J. (2011). Political Correctness and Idea Expression and Same and Mixed-Sex Groups Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., Flynn, F., & Kim, S. (2010). From a Mirage to an Oasis: Narcissism, Perceived Creativity and Creative Performance Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., Flynn, F., & Kim, S. (2010). From a Mirage to an Oasis: Narcissism, Perceived Creativity and Creative Performance INGRoup Conference.
  • Goncalo, J., & Kim, S. (2009). Being Different or Being Better?: Priming the Vertical-Horizontal Distinction Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., & Kim, S. (2009). Being Different or Being Better?: Priming the Vertical-Horizontal Distinction INGRoup Conference.
  • Goncalo, J., Chatman, J., Duguid, M., & Kennedy, J. (2009). On the Unintended Consequences of Political Correctness in Work Groups Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Kim, S., Isen, A., & Goncalo, J. (2009). Choice Overload, Individual Creativity, and the Mitigating Effect of Positive Affect Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., & Kim, S. (2008). Being Different or Being Better?: Vertical Individualism Facilitates Creative Idea Generation INFORMS Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., & Polman, E. (2008). An Evolutionary Theory of Idea Selection in Brainstorming Groups Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., Chatman, J., & Duguid, M. (2008). Political Correctness and Creativity in Mixed and Same-Sex Groups INGRoup Conference.
  • Goncalo, J., & Kandathil, G. (2007). Cross Cultural Attributions for Group Performance Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., & Polman, E. (2007). When Confidence Comes Too Soon: Collective Efficacy, Conflict and Group Performance Over Time Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., Chatman, J., & Duguid, M. (2007). Political Correctness and Creativity in Demographically Homogenous and Heterogeneous Groups Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Nishi, L., & Goncalo, J. (2007). Demographic faultlines and creativity in groups Research on Managing Groups and Teams Annual Conference.
  • Goncalo, J. (2006). An Attributional Theory of Convergent Thinking in Groups Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., & Duguid, M. (2006). Strong Norms as a Stimulant to Group Creativity: Intensifying the Benefits of Individualism Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., & Staw, B. (2005). Individualism-Collectivism and Group Creativity Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J. (2003). The Vanishing Employee: The Influence of Perceived Culture Strength on Attributions for Organizational Performance Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J. (2002). Why do they Think They Can?: An Attributional Theory of Collective Efficacy and Group Performance Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Goncalo, J., & Nemeth, C. (2002). Techniques Aimed at Cloning Authentic Dissent: The Limitations of Devil's Advocate and Brainstorming European Psychological Association Annual Meeting.
  • Khessina, O., & Goncalo, J. (2002). Time Perception and Organization Theory: Thing or Process? American Sociological Association Annual Meeting.
  • Maslach, C., Goncalo, J., & Wong, E. (2001). Job Burnout in Work Teams: Product and Process American Psychological Association Annual Meeting.

Working Paper

  • Goncalo, J., Khessina, O., & Krause, V. (2018). Reversing the Equation: What are the Consequences of Creativity and Innovation?
  • Mueller, J., Goncalo, J., & Kannan-Narasimhan, R. (2017). A Matching Hypothesis of Idea Evaluation: The Quirky Hair Effect.

Honors and Awards

  • A Robert and Helen P Seass Fellow University of Illinois Gies College of Business, 2019 to present
  • List of Professors Rated Excellent, 2017,2018
  • Faculty Fellow Cornell Institute for the Social Sciences Theme Project, 2014-2016

Services

  • Member, Academy of Management Review, 2017 to present
  • Member, Academy of Management Discoveries, 2014 to present
  • Committee member, Graduate Program Committee ILR, 2015-2017
  • Advisory Committee, Organizational Workforce Development, 2015-2017
  • Founding director of Expo Lab at ILR, ILR, 2011-2017
  • Committee member, Academic Standards and Integrity Committee ILR, 2005-2011,2012-2017

Courses

  • Leading Individuals and Teams (BADM 311) Understanding the behavior of employees in work organizations; particular attention to the motivation of individuals to join and perform in organizations and to employee satisfaction with elements of the work environment; and emphasis on various management strategies to modify employee motivation and satisfaction.
  • Leadership and Teams (BADM 508) Develops and integrates fundamental behavioral concepts and theory having administrative applications; initially focuses on the individual decision maker and ultimately includes interpersonal, organizational, and social structures and influences; and develops strategies and methods of research on behavioral applications in business.
  • Managing Organizations (BADM 509) Examines and analyzes the organization as a social system and the impact of its various components on work attitudes and behavior; topics include the development of organizational structures, organizational effectiveness, decision making and policy formulation, leadership, and change.
  • Leading People & Organizations (MBA 501) Provides foundations in the form of principles, concepts, tools, and skills important both to the study of business and to the development of business acumen. Specific foundation topics include planning and measuring firm resources, economic theory of the firm, decision making under uncertainty, consumer behavior, financial management, business communication and computing. May be repeated in the same term. Credit is not given for MBA 501 and either ACCY 500, BADM 520, BADM 572, or ECON 567.

Contact

343F Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

goncalo@illinois.edu

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