Knapp, Joshua

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Management
Position
Professor
Office Phone
(262) 472-1681
Office Location
HH 4503

Ph.D.
Business Administration
University of Cincinnati
2008
Bachelor of Arts
Business Administration
Pennsylvania College of Technology
2000
Associates Degree of Applied Science
Management
Pennsylvania College of Technology
1998
High School
Huntingdon Area High School
1991

Southern Management Association
June 2019 - Current
Academy of Management
September 2005 - Current

Grating on My Nerves: An exploration of pet peeves and their effects on employee interactions.
Tong, N. & Lensges, M.
Between me and you: Exploring external contextual factors in employee interactions.
Masterson, S. S., Keeler, K., Puranik, H. G., Peat, D. M., Perrmann, J., Lensges, M., & Tong, N.
Designing an Accelerated Classroom: Sharing Best Practices
The Ethical Capabilities of Organizations.
Designing Experiential Classroom Excercises
Where and how does fitting in matter? Examining new students' perceived fit with their university, instructors, and classmates.
Masterson, S; Kedharnath, U.
The Role of Person-facilitator Fit and Poverty Alleviation
Brett R. Smith; Benedetto Lorenzo Cannatelli
The Unintended Consequences of Diversity Management in Humanitarian Organizations
Job characteristics or perceived organizational support? A study of non-profit workers.
Sprinkle, T. A.; Smith, B. R.
Relating employees' self-referential organizational ties to justice and trust.
Sprinkle, T. A.
Clarifying the roles of psychological ownership, perceived insider status, and organizational identification.
Sprinkle, T. A.; Smith, B. R.
Towards a theory of multiple exchange partners and multiple psychological contracts.
Parzefall, M.
Job characteristics and psychological ownership among non-profit workers.
Masterson, S.

A reflective note: AJOM inaugral junior faculty fellowship
Africa Journal of Management
Vol. 5 Pg. 382-400
Entrepreneurship at the Base of the Pyramid: The Moderating Role of Person-Facilitator Fit and Poverty Alleviation
Journal of Social Entrepreneurship/Taylor & Francis
Towards a social-cognitive theory of multiple psychological contracts.
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Vol. 29 Pg. 200-214
The belonging model of trust.
Wiley
Vol. 30 Iss. 1 Pg. 133-153
Normative management and diversity in international non-government organizations
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organization
Vol. 30 Pg. 342-355
The psychological contracts of business students: Who do they see as exchange partners and what do they think the deals are?
Research in Higher Education
Pg. 44
Where and how does fitting in matter? Examining new students' perceived fit with their university, instructors, and classmates.
Sage
Pg. 1-22
Is it the job or the support? Examining structural and relational predictors of job satisfaction and turnover intention of nonprofit employees.
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly
Vol. Online First Pg. 20
The unintended consequences of diversity management in humanitarian organizations
2016 Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings
Entrepreneurship at the base of the pyramid: The role of person-facilitator fit and poverty alleviation.
2016 Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings
Clarifying the roles of psychological ownership, perceived insider status, and organizational identification.
Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies
Vol. 21 Pg. 273-285
Relating employees' self-referential organizational ties to justice and trust.
Southwest Academy of Management Meeting Procedings
Pg. 127-150
Social enterprises and the timing of conception: Organizational identity tension, management, and marketing
Edward Elgar Publishing LTD
Vol. 1
Managing hybrid identities via organizational identity work.
Sage
Vol. 26 Iss. 4 Pg. 333-355
Managing hybrid identities via organizational identity work.
Family Business Review
Vol. 26 Pg. 333-355
Governing top managers: Board control, social categorization, and their unintended influence on discretionary behaviors
Corporate Governance an International Review
Vol. 19 Pg. 295-310

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Whitewater University Technology Park
General HR consulting, including issues related to recruitment, selection, compensation, and termination. Also authored employee handbook and do ongoing updates, and helped with a multitude of HR issues related to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Milwaukee Property Management
Milwaukee Wisconsin
Consulting related to confidential HR discipline and retention.

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