Michael Judiesch, PHD

Michael Judiesch, PHD

Associate Professor

Department : Management / Marketing

Email : michael.judiesch@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7888

Office : DLS 506

Education

PHD, University of Iowa
BS, University of Iowa

Publications & Professional Activities

  • Lyness, K.S., & Judiesch, M.K. (Forthcoming, 2013). Gender egalitarianism and work-life balance for managers: Multisource perspectives in 36 countries. Applied Psychology: An International Review.

  • Lyness, K.S., & Judiesch, M.K. (2008). Having a life and a career: International and multisource perspectives on work-life balance and career advancement potential. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, 789-805. 
  • Lyness, K.S. & Judiesch, M.K. (2001). Are Female Managers Quitters?  The Relationships of Gender, Promotions, and Family Leaves of Absence to Voluntary Turnover.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, 1167-1178.
  • Judiesch, M.K. (2001). Using Estimates of the output Productivity Ratio (SDp) to Improve Managerial Acceptance of Utility Analysis,” Journal of Business and Psychology, 16, 165-176.
  • Judiesch, M.K. and Schmidt, F.L. (2000). Between worker variability in output under piece-rate versus hourly pay systems. Journal of Business and Psychology, 14, 529-552, 2000.
  • Judiesch, M.K., and Lyness, K.S. (1999). Left behind? Impact of family-related and other types of leaves of absence on managers’ career success. Academy of Management Journal, 42, 641-651. 
  • Lyness, K.S., Thompson, C., Francesco, A.M., and Judiesch, M.K. (1999). Work and pregnancy: Individual and organizational factors influencing organizational commitment, timing of maternity leave and return to work. Sex Roles, 41, 485-508.
  • Lyness, K.S. and Judiesch, M.K. (1999). Are women more likely to be hired or promoted into management positions? Journal of Vocational Behavior, 54, 158-173. 
  • Judiesch, M.K., Schmidt, F. L., and Mount, M.K. (1996).  An improved method for estimating utility. Journal of Human Resource Costing and Accounting, 1 (2), 31-42. 
  • Judiesch, M.K., Schmidt, F.L., and Hunter, J.E. (1993).  Has the problem of  judgment in utility analysis been solved? Journal of Applied Psychology, 78, 903-911.
  • Judiesch, M.K., Schmidt, F. L., and Mount, M.K. (1992).  Estimates of the dollar value of employee output in utility analyses: An empirical test of two theories. Journal of Applied Psychology, 77, 234-250. 
  • Hunter, J.E., Schmidt, F.L., and Judiesch, M.K. (1990). Individual differences in output variability as a function of job complexity. Journal of Applied Psychology, 75, 28-42. 

Conference Papers:

  • Lyness, K.S. & Judiesch, M.K. Cultural Values and Workplace Perspectives on Work-Life Balance: A Cross-National Examination.  Paper presented at Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, June 2012, New York.

  • Judiesch, M.K. & Shah, G. Globalization, collectivist values, and gender: Understanding career aspirations in India. Prresented at the 27th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, April 2012,San Diego.

  • Lyness, K.S. & Judiesch, M.K. (May, 2011). National Cultural Values And Organizational Perspectives on Work-Life Balance. Presented at Work-Life: Cross-national Conversations - Context theorizing in work-life research, Paris, France.
  • Lyness, K.S., & Judiesch, M.K. (2009, April). Multisource perspectives on work-life balance across cultures.  Presented at the 24th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Lyness, K.S., Ragins, B.R., Ivory, T., & Judiesch, M.K. (April, 2008). Diversity and career planning: Examination of racial and ethnic group differences.  Presented at the 23rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, San Francisco, CA. 
 
 

Professional Memberships

Academy of Management

Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Work and Family Researchers Network

Courses Taught/Teaching

MGMT 320      Human Resource Management
MGMT 430      Business, Government, and Society
MGMT 460      Managment Seminar
MGMT 462      Managing a Diverse Workforce
MGMT 470      Management Independent Study