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Dr. Marshall W. Pattie

pattiemw@jmu.edu
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JMU Faculty Marshall PattieAssistant Professor of Management

Year Started at JMU: 2007

Education:  



Ph.D. 
University of Texas at Arlington    

M.B.A. 
George Washington University

B.B.S.   Texas Christian University

Academic Interests:

Research interest include: Leadership, Expatriate Management and Ethics

Teaching interest include: Human Resources, Consulting and Leadership

Professional background:

Internal auditor/Risk consultant

Human Capital consultant

Service work:

Boy Scout at large board member - Stonewall Jackson Region 2014 - Present

Shenandoah Valley Partnership 2013 - 2015

Augusta County Board of Supervisors 2012 - Present

Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission Board Member 2012 – Present

Ruritan 2012 - Present

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: 

Harris, C.M., Pattie, M. & G. McMahan. 2015. Advancement through a Career Field: The Influence of Human Capital and Performance. Human Resource Management Journal, 25(1): 102-115.

Taylor, S & Pattie M. 2015. When Does Ethical Leadership Affect Workplace Incivility? The Moderating Role of Follower Personality. Business Ethics Quarterly, 24(4): 595-616.

Richie, W, Brantley, B, Pattie, M, Swanson, B, & Logsdon, J. 2015. Expatriate Cultural Antecedents and Outcomes: An Assessment Tool for Nonprofit Manager. Nonprofit Management & Leadership, 25(3): 325-342.

Leduc, L., Pattie, M., Pargas, F. & Eliason, R.G. 2014. Self-monitoring: Relationships with personality and values. Personality and Individual Differences, 58: 3–8.

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.

Positions Held:

Associate Professor at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia

Assistant Professor at Towson University, Towson, Maryland

Graduate Teaching Assistant at University of Texas at Arlington, Texas

Awards:

Gilliam Center for Free Enterprise and Ethical Leadership Grant, 2013.

Faculty Development & Research Grant, 2013.

Faculty Development & Research Grant, 2008.

$25,000 Dissertation Grant from University of Southern California's Center for Effective Organizations (CEO), 2006.

Recipient of the Joseph Rosenstein Endowed Scholarship Award, 2005.