Michael Judiesch

Associate Professor

Department Chairperson

Management & Marketing


  • PHD, University of Iowa
  • BS, University of Iowa

Courses Taught

  • MBAP 710      Professional Ethics
  • 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
  • Publications and Scholarly Activities
    Journal Publications:
    • Lyness, K.S., & Judiesch, M.K. (2014). Gender egalitarianism and work-life balance for managers: Multisource perspectives in 36 countries. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 63, 96-129.

    • 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. 

    Book Chapter:

    • Lyness, K.S., Judiesch, M.K., & Erkovan, H. (in press). The work-family interface and careers in the global workplace: Insights from cross-national research. In K. M. Shockley, W. Shen, & R. C. Johnson (Eds). The Cambridge Handbook of the Global Work-Family Interface.

    Conference Papers:

    • Lyness, K.S., Judiesch, M.K., Maculaitis, M.C., et al. (2017, August). Stereotypes and attitudes about Gulf War II veterans: Intersections of gender and sexual identities. Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta.
    • Lyness, K.S., Erkovan, H., Judiesch, M.K.  (2015, April). Religious Intolerance Among Workers: A Cross-National, Multilevel Investigation. Paper presented at the 30th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia.
    • Maculaitis, M., Terrazas, J., Lyness, K.S., Smith, C., Judiesch, M.K., Rutter, J., Erkovan, H. (2015, April). Religious and Non-Religious Group Stereotypes: Workforce Diversity Implications. Paper presented at the 30th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia. 
    • Erkovan, H., Lyness, K., & Judiesch, M.K. (2014, July). Religious Intolerance in the Workplace: A Cross-National Study. Presented at the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, France. 
    • Lyness, K.S., Maculaitis, M.C., Terrazas, J., Smith, C.R., Judiesch, M.K., Rutter, J.C., & Erkovan, H.E. (2014, May). Perceptions of Religious Groups and Atheists Differ by Gender: Implications for Workplaces. Presented at 26th Annual Convention of Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco.
    • Lyness, K.S. & Judiesch, M.K. (2012, June). Cultural Values and Workplace Perspectives on Work-Life Balance: A Cross-National Examination.  Paper presented at Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, New York.

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

    • Lyness, K.S. & Judiesch, M.K. (2011, May). 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. (2008, April). 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.