The research seminar on Gender in Negotiation and Decision Making is jointly sponsored by the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard Kennedy School.
Michael Morris is the Chavkin-Chang Professor of Leadership in the Columbia Business School as well as a Professor in the Psychology Department of Columbia University. He is the founder and director of Columbia’s Program on Social Intelligence, which emphasizes teaching collaboration skills based on psychological research.
Michael regularly teaches MBA and executive classes on negotiation, decision making and team dynamics. Outside of academia, his consulting about negotiating and leveraging cultural diversity brings him into contact with private and public sector leaders around the world.
Michael has published many articles in leading psychology and management journals on topics such as individual decision making, interpersonal influence, and social networks, with recognitions such as the SESP best dissertation award, the Einhorn award for early career work from SJDM, the Klineberg award for research promoting inter-cultural understanding from SPPSI, the Misumi award for best paper for the year from the Asian Society of Social Psychology.
Michael is a founding editor of the journal Management and Organization Review which promotes management research and teaching in China, and on the editorial board at several other journals.
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