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Matt Quade

Assistant Professor - Management

Contact Information

Email:  Matt_Quade@baylor.edu
Mailing Address:  One Bear Place #98006
Waco, TX  76798-8006
Office Location:  Foster Business and Innovation 220.41

Office Hours

MW 8:30-11:30 (and by appointment)

Educational Background

  • PHD - Business Administration, Oklahoma State University
  • MBA - Business Administration, Oklahoma State University
  • BSBA - Management, The University of Tulsa

Work Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Baylor University (August 13, 2014 - Present)
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Oklahoma State University-Tulsa (August 2013 - May 2014)
  • Title Landman, Chesapeake Energy Corporation (June 2008 - August 2010)

Awards and Honors

  • 2017-2018 Rising Star, Office of the Vice Provost for Research (October 16, 2017)
  • Best Overall Paper of 2015 SMA Conference, Southern Management Association (October 2015)
  • Best Paper in Track, Southern Management Association - Ethics/Social Issues/Diversity/Careers Track (October 2015)
  • Best Student Paper Award, Academy of Management - Social Issues in Management Division (August 2015)
  • Phillips Dissertation Fellowship Award, Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University (May 2013)
  • Outstanding Reviewer, Southern Management Association (November 2012)

Professional Memberships

  • Academy of Management (August 2010 - Present)
  • Southern Management Association (August 2010 - Present)

Biography

Matt Quade is an Assistant Professor of Management at Baylor University. He earned his Ph.D. in Business Management from Oklahoma State University. Dr. Quade is passionate about impacting students at Baylor. He currently teaches Leadership & Organizational Behavior (MGT 3305) and Principled Leadership (MGT 4305).

Dr. Quade's research interests center on behavioral ethics in the workplace, both ethical and unethical behavior. He studies topics such as ethical leadership, ethical behavior comparisons, customer unethical behavior, abusive supervision, and ostracism. His research has been published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Vocational Behavior, and Organizational Psychology Review.

Prior to joining the faculty at Baylor, Dr. Quade held a visiting assistant professor position at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa. Before returning to school to work on his Ph.D., Dr. Quade worked for Chesapeake Energy.

Publications

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

"“If Only My Coworker Was More Ethical”: When Ethical and Performance Comparisons Lead to Negative Emotions, Social Undermining, and Ostracism," Journal of Business Ethics, (March 2018) (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum, Mary B. Mawritz).

"Boundary conditions of ethical leadership: Exploring supervisor-induced and job hindrance stress as potential inhibitors," Journal of Business Ethics, (December 2017) (coauthors: Sara Perry, Emily M Hunter).

""I don't want to be near you, unless...": The interactive effect of unethical behavior and performance onto workplace ostracism," Personnel Psychology, Vol. 70, (August 2017), pp. 675-709 (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum, Oleg V. Petrenko).

"Employee unethical behavior to shame as an indicator of self-image threat and exemplification as a form of self-image protection: The exacerbating role of supervisor bottom-line mentality," Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 102, No. 8, (August 2017), pp. 1203-1221 (coauthors: Julena M. Bonner, Rebecca L. Greenbaum).

"Employee Machiavellianism to unethical behavior: The role of abusive supervision as a trait activator," Journal of Management, Vol. 43, No. 2, (February 2017), pp. 585-609 (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum, Aaron D. Hill, Mary B. Mawritz).

Applied or Integration/Application Scholarship

"We Don't Shun Unethical Coworkers If They're High Performers," (May 2016) (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum).

"Eaten Up With Guilt: Responding to Our Own Unethical Behavior in the Workplace," (September 2015) (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum, Julena M. Bonner).

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

"Why do leaders practice amoral management? A conceptual investigation of the impediments to ethical leadership," Organizational Psychology Review, Vol. 5, No. 1, (February 2015), pp. 26-59 (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum, Julena M. Bonner).

"When the customer is unethical: The explanatory role of employee emotional exhaustion onto work-family conflict, relationship conflict with coworkers, and job neglect," Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 99, No. 6, (November 2014), pp. 1188-1203 (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum, Mary B. Mawritz, Joongseo Kim, Durand Crosby).

"Stressful demands or helpful guidance? The role of display rules in Indian call centers," Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol. 79, No. 3, (December 2011), pp. 724-733 (coauthors: Laura M. Little, Debra L. Nelson, Andrew Ward).

Presentations and Proceedings

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

""Should I friend my coworker?" The effect of social media posts on workplace relationships," presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, August 2017 (coauthors: Rebecca L Greenbaum, Marcus M Butts, Hoda Vaziri, Mary B Mawritz, Julena M Bonner).

"When supervisors are abusive in email: Effects on employee perceptions," presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, August 2017 (coauthors: Katrina A Graham, Quinn W Cunningham).

"The source and solution: How supervisor-induced stress and LMX impact employee neglect and subsequent performance," presented at the Southern Management Association Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, October 2016 (coauthors: Ben D. McLarty, Robert A . King).

"The protection of the ethical leader: Challenge stress, exhaustion, and deviance," presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, August 2016 (coauthors: Sara J. Perry, Emily M. Hunter).

""If only I were less ethical": When social comparisons of ethical behavior and performance lead to self-threat, social undermining, and ostracism.," presented at the Southern Management Association Annual Meeting, St. Pete Beach, FL, October 2015 (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum).

"The paradox of bottom-line pursuits: The adverse consequences of bottom-line mentality," presented at the Southern Management Association Annual Meeting, St. Pete Beach, FL, October 2015 (coauthors: Ben D. McLarty, Julena M. Bonner).

"Dealing with guilt: Unethical behavior and the mediating role of guilt on subsequent behaviors," presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, August 2015 (coauthors: Julena M. Bonner, Rebecca L. Greenbaum).

"Self-image goals and career success onto OCB: The mediating role of bottom-line mentality," presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, August 2015 (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum, Ryan J. Greenbaum, Bob Reid).

"The dark side of working from home: Abusive supervision over Email," presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, August 2015 (coauthors: Katrina Graham, Quinn Cunningham).

"Why do leaders practice amoral management? A conceptual investigation," presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 2014 (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum, Julena M. Bonner).

"The goody-good effect: When social comparisons of ethical behavior lead to unfavorable outcomes," presented at the Southern Management Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 2013 (coauthors: Rebecca L. Greenbaum).
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