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Shal Khazanchi , Ph.D.

Office Location: LOW-3313

Office Phone: 585-475-7126

Email:
skhazanchi@saunders.rit.edu

Management
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    Meet Shal

    Shal Khazanchi is an Associate Professor of Management. Her research interests include creativity and innovation, organizational justice, and work relationships. In particular, Professor Khazanchi's research has examined the contextual conditions and social processes that affect the generation and evaluation of creative ideas. She is also interested in exploring how employees develop relationships at work. Current research projects focus on environmental influence on work relationships, gender differences in creative performance, and calling among creative workers. Professor Khazanchi's work has been published in journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Psychological Bulletin, Journal of organizational Behavior, Organization Studies, and Journal of Operations Management.


    Office Hours & Staff Assistant Information





    Staff Assistant: Karen St. George
    Staff Assistant Phone: 585-475-6042
    Education
    • Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, University of Cincinnati, 2005
    Expertise [expertise maps]
    • Organizational behavior
    Professional Memberships
    • Academy of Management
    • Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology
    Awards
    • Zutes Faculty Fellow, 2008-09; 2010-11; 2011-12
    • Nominated (but not eligible) for Eisenhart Award for Excellence in Teaching at RIT, 2007-08
    • Nominated for Richard and Virginia Eisenhart Provost's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2006-07
    • Research Scholarship, University of Cincinnati, 2003
    Research

    Research Interests & Research in Progress

    • Khazanchi, S., Slay, H.S., & Sheep, M, L. What has “who” we are got to do with “how” creative I am?: A grounded theory approach to examining organizational identity change and creativity.
    • Sheep, M.L., Fairhurst, G. T., & Khazanchi, S., Wicked, tame, or lame? A dialectical approach to the construction of problems, authority responses, and creative action in a reacquisition.

    Publications

    Refereed Journal Articles

    • Discipline-based Scholarship, Secondary Author, Psychological Bulletin -- Rewards and creative performance: A meta-analytic test of theoretically derived hypotheses, with Kris Byron, 2012
    • Discipline-based Scholarship, Primary Author, Journal of Organizational Behavior. -- Who and what is fair matters: A multi-foci social exchange model of creativity., with Masterson, S.S, 2011
    • Discipline-based Scholarship, Secondary Author, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin -- A meta-analytic investigation of the relationship between anxiety and creative performance., with Byron, K.L, 2011
    • Discipline-based Scholarship, Secondary Author, Journal of Applied Psychology -- The relationship between stressors and creativity: A meta-analysis examining competing theoretical models, with Byron, K.L., & Nazarian, D., 201-212, 2010
    • Discipline-based Scholarship, Equal Author, Academy of Management Journal -- How Do I Assess if My Supervisor and Organization are Fair? Identifying the Rules Underlying Entity-Based Justice Perceptions, with Hollensbe, E.L,, & Masterson, S.S, 1099-1116, December, 2008
    • Discipline-based Scholarship, Primary Author, Journal of Operations Management -- Innovation-Supportive Culture: The Impact of Values on Process Innovation., with Lewis, M.W., & Boyer, K, June, 2007

    Other

    • Discipline-based Scholarship, Secondary Author, Blackwell Encylopedia of Technology and Innovation Management -- Process Innovation: Operations Technology Management, with Ettlie, J, September, 2010

    Unpublished Conference Presentations

    • A meta-analytic investigation of the relationship between anxiety and creative performance, Academy of Management, 2009
    • Unraveling the proactive processes underlying creativity: A study of creative workers, Academy of Management Meeting, 2009
    • The relationship between stressors and creativity: A meta-analysis examining competing theoretical models, Academy of Management Meeting, 2008
    • What has “who we are” got to do with “how creative I am”, Academy of Management, 2008
    • Creativity in the Printing Industry, Sloan Industry Studies Conference, 2008
    • Creativity During Change, Academy of Management Meeting, 2007
    • Emotions and role congruence, Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, 2007
    • A Social Exchange model of Creativity, Academy of Management Meeting, 2006
    • Social exchange and politics: Positive effects of politics on creativity , Academy of Management Meeting, 2005
    • Heuristics as a Source of Fairness Perceptions, Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology, 2004
    • Emotion Ambivalence in New Job Entrants: Responses to Fair and Unfair Events, Academy of Management Meeting, 2004
    • Innovation-Supportive Culture: The Impact of Values on Process Innovation, Academy of Management Meeting, 2003