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Dr. Marshall W. Pattie
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JMU Faculty Marshall PattieAssistant Professor of Management

Started at JMU:


Ph.D. University of Texas at Arlington
M.B.A.  George Washington University
B.S. Texas Christian University

Research and Professional Interests:
Strategic Deployment of Expatriates, Strategic HR
Current Courses Taught:
MGT 365 - Human Resources 
MGT 466 - Training and Development   
MGT 467 Management Consulting
LEAD 600 - Introduction to Leadership Studies and Ethics
MBA 650- Managing Human Resources for Innovation

Key Publications:

Leduc, L., Pattie, M., Richie, W., & Pargas, F. In Press.  Self-monitoring: Relationships with personality and values. Personality and Individual Differences.

Ritchie, B., Brantley, B., Pattie, M. & Swanson, B. In Press. Leveraging NPO conditions for successful expatriate culture adjustment. Nonprofit Management and Leadership.

Pattie, M., Benson, G., Casper., W. & McMahan., G. 2013. The effects of supervisor-expatriate goal congruence. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24(13): 2554-2570. Impact Factor 1.043 

Andresen, M., Biemann T. & Pattie, M. 2012. What Makes Them Move Abroad? Differences between Self-Initiated and Assigned Expatriates. International Journal of Human Resource Management. Impact Factor 1.043 

Pattie, M., Parks, L. & Wales, W. 2012. Who Needs Security? Entrepreneurial Minorities, Security Values, and Firm Performance. Journal of Management Inquiry, 21(3): 319-328. Impact Factor 1.184 

Pattie, M., & Parks, L. (2011) Overseas effectiveness: The strategic deployment of bicultural expatriates. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22 (10): 2262-2280. Impact Factor 1.043 

Pattie, M., White, M. Tansky, J. (2010). The homecoming: A review of support practices for repatriates. Career Development International, 15(4-5): 359-377. Impact Factor 1.014

Benson, G. & Pattie, M. (2009). The comparative roles of home and host supervisors in the expatriate experience. Human Resource Management, 48(1): 49-68.

Benson, G. & Pattie, M. (2008). Is expatriation good for my career? The impact of expatriate assignments on perceived and actual career outcomes, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 19(9): 1636-1653.

Pattie, M., Benson, G., & Baruch, Y. 2006. Tuition-reimbursement, perceived organizational support and intention to turnover among graduate business school students, Human Resource Development Quarterly, 17(4): 423-442.

Campus and Community Involvement:

Augusta County Board of Supervisors 2012 - present 

Co-faculty advisor for the JMU chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

Co-chair of student assessment

Assistant Professor at Towson University, Towson, Maryland

Graduate Teaching Assistant at University of Texas at Arlington, Texas

Arthur Andersen/Protiviti - Business Process Risk Consultant and Internal Auditor, Vienna, Virginia

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