Management Faculty

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Chair    
William Gillis, Ph.D. William Gillis, Ph.D. MCOB 341
(251) 414-8084
gillis@southalabama.edu
Dean Emeritus    
Carl C. Moore, PhD Carl C. Moore, PhD  
Professor Emeritus
Emeritus Marjorie Icenogle Marjorie Icenogle, Ph.D.  
Paul Pietri, D.B.A. Paul Pietri, D.B.A. MCOB 310
(251) 460-6130
ppietri@southalabama.edu
Retzlaff-roberts Donna Retzlaff-Roberts  
Robert Shearer, J.D.  Robert A. Shearer, J.D.  
Ben May Chair of Business    
craig pearce Craig Pearce, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Management MCOB 347 
(251) 460-6411
cpearce@southalabama.edu
Professors    
Treena Finney, Ph.D. Treena Finney, Ph.D. MCOB 351
(251) 461-1391
tgillespie@southalabama.edu
Jeanne Maes, Ph.D. Jeanne Maes, Ph.D. MCOB 344
(251) 460-6737
jmaes@southalabama.edu
Donald Mosley, Jr. Donald C. Mosley, Jr., Ph.D. MCOB 123
(251) 460-6730
dcmosley@southalabama.edu
David Turnipseed David Turnipseed, Ph.D. MCOB 230
(251) 414-8087
turnipseed@southalabama.edu
Kelly Woodford, JD Kelly Woodford, JD MCOB 133
(251) 460-6723
kwoodford@southalabama.edu
Associate Professors  
Teresa Weldy, Ph.D. Teresa Weldy, Ph.D. MCOB 349
(251) 460-6707
tweldy@southalabama.edu
Assistant Professors  
Ronald Eastburn, Ph.D. Ronald Eastburn, DM MCOB 340
(251) 414-8207
reastburn@southalabama.edu
Thomas Nelson , Ph.D. Thomas Nelson, Ph.D. MCOB 116
(251) 460-6411
thomasnelson@southalabama.edu
Mickey Smith , Ph.D. Mickey Smith, Ph.D. MCOB 347
(251) 460-6715
mbsmith@southalabama.edu
Christina Wassenaar Christina Wassenaar MCOB 343
(251) 460-6964
cwassenaar@southalabama.edu
Senior Instructors  
Clinton King, MBA Clinton King, MBA MCOB 157
(251) 460-7228
cking@southalabama.edu
Instructor    
Jennifer Edwards Jennifer Edwards MCOB 119
(251) 460-7194
jledwards@southalabama.edu
  David Smith MCOB 327
(251) 460-6334
djsmith@southalabama.edu
Staff    
Cynthia Williams Cynthia Garey MCOB 346
(251) 460-6411
cdwilliams@southalabama.edu

Education:

Ph.D. in Management – Oklahoma State University

M.A. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology – University of West Florida

B.A. in Psychology – University of South Alabama

Research:

Dr. Smith conducts research on various factors that predict and explain job performance and employee behaviors. Specifically, his research focuses on both individual-level and group-level predictors of performance. For instance, he examines individual differences (e.g., personality) and team-level climates (e.g., climate for involvement). His research has been published in various refereed journals that include Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Personality and Individual Differences, and International Journal of Human Resource Management. He has presented his research at several national and international professional conferences, and he has acted as a consultant for organizations in various industries (e.g., healthcare, government, chemical).

Selected Publications:

Smith, M.B., Hill, A.D., Wallace, J.C., Recendes, T., & Judge, T.A. (forthcoming, 2018). The upside to dark and downside to bright personality: A review and future research agenda. Journal of Management.

Smith, M.B., & Webster, B.D. (forthcoming, 2018). Narcissus the innovator? The relationship between grandiose narcissism, innovation, and adaptability. Personality and Individual Differences, 121, 67-73.

Smith, M.B., & Webster, B.D. (2017). A moderated mediation model of Machiavellianism, social undermining, political skill, and supervisor-rated job performance. Personality and Individual Differences, 104, 453-459.

Wallace, J.C., Butts, M., Stevens, F., Johnson, P.D., & Smith, M.B. (2016). A multilevel model of employee innovation: Understanding the effects of regulatory focus, thriving, and employee involvement climate. Journal of Management, 42, 982-1004.

Smith, M.B., Wallace, J.C., Vandenberg, R.J., & Mondore, S. (2016). Employee involvement climate, task and citizenship performance, and instability as a moderator. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-22.

Smith, M.B., Wallace, J.C., & Jordan, P. (2016). When the dark ones become darker: How promotion focus moderates the effects of the Dark Triad on supervisor performance ratings. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 37, 236-254.

Johnson, P.D., Smith, M.B., Wallace, J.C., Hill, A.D., & Baron, R.A. (2015). A review of multilevel regulatory focus in organizations. Journal of Management, 41, 1501-1529.

Academic Associations:

Academy of Management

Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Southern Management Association