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

Year Started at JMU: 2007


University of Texas at Arlington    

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


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.