Evidence-based Management MED Webinar with Denise Rousseau

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Slides used during Denise Rousseau's MED Webinar on Evidence-based Management. On November 15, 2018, Denise Rousseau offered a seminar on Evidence-based Management with the able technical support from U. of Baltimore. She generously shared her slides and they are here for anyone interested.

Thanks are due to U. of Baltimore's Lisa Stickney and Dean Murray Dalziel!!
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Denise Rousseau used this slide set for her MED Webinar on November 15, 2018. We are grateful to her and to U. of Baltimore's Lisa Stickney and Murray Dalziel who offered technical support and hosted the event.

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24 days ago

A question that was not answered during the MED Webinar is addressed here (uploaded with permission of both Denise and Lisa):

From: Denise Rousseau <denise@cmu.edu>
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 5:04 PM
To: Lisa Stickney <lstickney@ubalt.edu>
Subject: Re: slides

Hi Lisa

I think these are good representative writings on the (lack of) experience effects on management performance.  The key idea is of course what people do with the experiences they have (reflection, training, feedback seeking etc. OR NOT).

Management experience—low to null effects on performance—a sample of the most widely cited readings:


Stuart, R. W., & Abetti, P. A. (1990). Impact of entrepreneurial and management experience on early performance. Journal of Business Venturing, 5(3), 151. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/195837700?accountid=9902

Taylor, R. N. (1975). Age and experience as determinants of managerial information processing and decision making performance. Academy of Management Journal, 18(1), 74-81. 

James L. Medoff, Katharine G. Abraham; Experience, Performance, and Earnings, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Volume 95, Issue 4, 1 December 1980, Pages 703–736, https://doi.org/10.2307/1885488

Medoff, J. L., & Abraham, K. G. (1981). Are those paid more really more productive? the case of experience. The Journal of Human Resources, 16(2), 186. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/202692607?accountid=9902 

Dunson, B. H. (1985). Pay, experience, and productivity: The government-sector case. The Journal of Human Resources, 20(1), 153. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/202699095?accountid=9902

March, James G. The ambiguities of experience (Messenger lectures). Book. Cornell 2010.

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