Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management,
Haas School of
About Professor Chatman
Jennifer Chatman is the Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management
with the Haas Management of Organizations Group.
She teaches, researches, and consults on leveraging organizational culture, leading change, and managing complex teams. Professor Chatman runs the flagship executive education program at Haas: The UC Berkeley Executive Leadership Program
Professor Chatman earned her PhD at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, and her BA in Psychology from UC Berkeley.
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- Chatman, J. & Caldwell, D. (in press). Leading organizations: The challenge of developing a strategically effective organizational culture without succumbing to the negative effects of power. To appear in D. Teece and M. Augier. Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management.
- Chatman, J., Caldwell, D., O'Reilly, C., and Doerr, B. (in press). Parsing organizational culture: How the norm for adaptability influences the relationship between culture consensus and financial performance in high-technology firms. Journal of Organizational Behavior.
- O'Reilly, C., Doerr, B., Caldwell, D., and Chatman, J. (2014). Narcissistic CEO's and Executive Compensation. The Leadership Quarterly. 25 (2): 218-231..
- Sherman E. & Chatman J. (2011). Socialization. In The Encyclopedia of Management E. H. Kessler (Ed.), Sage.
- Chatman, J., Goncalo, J., Kennedy, J., & Duguid, M. (2011). Political correctness at work. In E. Mannix & M. Neale, Research on managing groups and teams. Vol. 15, JAI Press, Elsevier Science: London.
- Chatman, J. (2010). Norms in mixed sex and mixed race work groups. In J.P. Walsh and A.P. Brief (Eds.), Academy of Management Annals, 4 (1): 447-484.
- Self, W. & Chatman, J. (in press). Identification and commitment in groups. To appear in J.M. Levine and M.A. Hogg (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
- Chatman, J. & Kennedy, J. (2010). Psychological perspectives on leadership. In N. Norhia and R. Kurana (Eds.), Handbook of Leadership Theory and Practice. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 159-182.
- O’Reilly, C., Caldwell, D., Chatman, J., Lapiz, M., and Self, W. (2010). How leadership matters: The effects of leadership alignment on strategic execution. The Leadership Quarterly, 21 (1): 104-113.
- Caldwell, D., Chatman, J., O’Reilly, C., Ormiston, M. & Lapiz, M. (2008). Implementing strategic change in a heath care system: The importance of leadership and change readiness. Health Care Management Review, 33 (2): 124-133.
- Chatman, J. (2008). Integrating themes and future research opportunities in work group diversity. Capstone chapter in E. Mannix, M. Neale (Series Eds.), and K. Phillips (Vol. Ed.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams: Vol. 11. Diversity and Groups, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 295-308.
- Chatman, J., Boisnier, A., Spataro, S., Anderson, C., and Berdahl, J. (2008). Being distinctive versus being conspicuous: The effects of numeric status and sex-stereotyped tasks on individual performance in groups. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 107: 141-160.
- Chatman, J. (2008). Rising together: Three ideas for managing diversity. Greater Good, Volume 5 (5).
- Chatman, J., Wong, E., & Joyce, C. (2008). When do people make the place? Considering the interactionist foundations of the attraction-selection-attrition model. In D.B. Smith (Ed.), The People Make the Place: A Festschrift to Benjamin Schneider, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 65-88.
- Caldwell, D., Chatman, J., & O’Reilly, C. (2008). Profile comparison methods for assessing person-situation fit. In C. Ostroff and T. Judge (Eds.), Perspectives on Organizational Fit, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 356-360.
- Lyons, R., Chatman, J., & Joyce, C. (2007). Innovation
in services: Corporate culture and investment banking. California Management Review, 50 (1), 174-191.
- Spataro, S., & Chatman, J. (2007). Identity in the competitive market: The effects of inter-organizational competition on identity-based organizational commitment. In C. Bartel, S. Blader, and A. Wrzesniewski (Eds.), Identity and the Modern Organization, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 177-200.
- Anderson, C., Srivastava, S., Beer, J., Spataro, S., & Chatman, J. (2006). Knowing your place: Self-perceptions of status in social groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 91 (6): 1094-1110.
- Chatman, J., & Flynn, F. (2005). Full-cycle micro organizational behavior research. Organization Science, 16 (4): 434-447.
- Chatman, J., & Spataro, S. (2005). Using self-categorization theory to understand relational demography-based variations in people's responsiveness to organizational culture. Academy of Management Journal, 48 (2): 321-331.
- Chatman, J., O’Reilly, C., & Chang, V. (2005). Developing a human capital strategy at Cisco Systems. California Management Review, 47 (2): 137-167.
- Chatman, J., & O’Reilly, C. (2004). Asymmetric effects of work group demography on men’s and women’s responses to work group composition. Academy of Management Journal, 47 (2): 193-208.
- Chatman, J., & Cha, S. (2003). Leading by leveraging culture. California Management Review, 45 (4): 20-34. [Also reprinted in S. Chowdhury (Ed.) (2004). Next Generation Business Handbook: New Strategies from Tomorrow's Thought Leaders, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.]
- Malka, A., & Chatman, J. (2003). Intrinsic and extrinsic work orientations as moderators of the effect of annual income on subjective well-being. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29 (6): 737-746.
- Boisnier, A., & Chatman, J. (2003). Cultures and subcultures in agile organizations. In E. Mannix and R. Petersen (Eds.), Leading and Managing People in the Dynamic Organization, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 87-114.
- Flynn, F., & Chatman, J. (2003). What’s the norm here? Social categorization as a basis for group norm development. In J. Polzer, E. Mannix, E., and M. Neale (Eds.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams: Vol. 5, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 135-160.
- Flynn, F., Chatman, J., & Spataro, S. (2001). Getting to know you: The influence of personality on the impression formation and performance of demographically different people in organizations. Administrative Sciences Quarterly, 46: 414-442.
- Flynn, F., & Chatman, J. (2001). Strong cultures and innovation: Oxymoron or opportunity? In S. Cartwright et al., (Eds.), The International Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate, Sussex: John Wiley & Sons, 263-287.
- Chatman, J., & Goncalo, J. (2001). People in organizations. In P.B. Baltes and N.J. Smelser (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences: Vol. 16, New York, NY: Elsevier Science Ltd, 11183-9.
- Chatman, J. & Flynn, F. (2001). The influence of demographic composition on the emergence and consequences of cooperative norms in groups. Academy of Management Journal, 44 (5), 956-974.
- Cartwright, S., Cooper, C., Earley, C., Chatman, J., Cummings, T., Holden, N., Sparrow, P. & Starbuck, W. (Eds.) (2001). The International Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate, Sussex: John Wiley & Sons.
- Jehn, K. & Chatman, J. (2000). The influence of proportional and perceptual conflict composition on team performance. International Journal of Conflict Management, 11 (1): 56-73..
- Chatman, J., Caldwell, D., & O'Reilly, C. (1999). Managerial personality and early career success: A semi-idiographic approach. Journal of Research in Personality, 11 (1): 33: 514-545.
- Chatman, J., Polzer, J., Barsade, S. & Neale, M. (1998). Being different yet feeling similar: The influence of demographic composition and organizational culture on work processes and outcomes. Administrative Sciences Quarterly, 43 (4): 749-780. [Also reprinted in C. Cooper and W. Starbuck, (Eds.) (2005). Work: Contexts and Consequences: The 100 Best Papers in Organizational Behavior, Vol. 2. London: Sage Publications, 87-120.]
- O'Reilly, C., & Chatman, J.(1996). Culture as social control: Corporations, cults and commitment. In B. Staw & L. Cummings (Eds.). Research in Organizational Behavior: Vol. 18, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 157-200.
- Chatman, J., & Barsade, S. (1995). Personality, culture and cooperation: Evidence from a business simulation. Administrative Sciences Quarterly, 40 (3): 423-443.
- Chatman, J. & Jehn, K. (1994). Assessing the relationship between industry characteristics and organizational culture: How different can you be? Academy of Management Journal, 37 (3): 522-553.
- O'Reilly, C., & Chatman, J. (1994). Working harder and smarter: A longitudinal study of early career success. Administrative Sciences Quarterly, 39 (4): 603-627.
- Chatman, J. (1991). Matching people and organizations: Selection and socialization in public accounting firms. Administrative Sciences Quarterly, 36 (3): 459-484. [Also reprinted in Chinese in Collection of the Administrative Science Quarterly Award-Winning Papers. Peking: Peking University Press, 2005, 55-91.]
- Chatman, J., Putnam, L., & Sondak, H. (1991). Integrating communication and negotiation. In M. Bazerman, R. Lewicki, and B. Sheppard (Eds.), Research on Negotiations in Organizations: Vol. 3, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
- O'Reilly, C., Chatman, J. & Caldwell, D. (1991). People and organizational culture: A Q-sort approach to assessing fit. Academy of Management Journal, 34 (3): 487-516.
- Caldwell, D., Chatman, J. & O'Reilly, C. (1990). Building organizational commitment: A multi-firm study. Journal of Occupational Psychology, 63 (3): 245-261.
- Culnan, M., O'Reilly, C. & Chatman, J. (1990). Intellectual structure of research in organizational behavior, 1972-1984: A co-citation analysis. Journal of the American Society for Information Sciences, 41 (6): 453-458.
- Chatman, J. (1989). Improving interactional organizational behavior: A model of person-organization fit. Academy of Management Review, 14 (3): 333-349.
- O'Reilly, C., Chatman, J., & Anderson, J. (1987). Message flow and decision-making. In L. Porter, L. Putnam, K. Roberts, and F. Jablin (Eds.), Handbook of Organizational Communication: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, Beverly Hills: SAGE Publications, Inc.
- Chatman, J., Bell, N., & Staw, B. (1986). The managed thought: The role of self-justification and impression management in organizational settings. In D. Gioia and H. Sims (Eds.), The Thinking Organization: Dynamics of Organizational Social Cognition. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 191-214.
- O'Reilly, C., & Chatman, J. (1986). Organizational commitment and psychological attachment: The effects of compliance, identification, and internalization on prosocial behavior. Journal of Applied Psychology, 71 (3): 492-499.
Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management, Haas School of Business
Chair, Haas Management of Organizations Group
Berkeley, CA 94720-1900
Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management
Haas Management of Organizations Group
Haas School of Business