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Jörg Dietz

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Professeur ordinaire
Département de comportement organisationnel


Contact
Jorg.Dietz@unil.ch
Tél 021.692.33.00
Fax 0216923305

Adresse postale
Université de Lausanne
Quartier UNIL-Chamberonne
Bâtiment Internef
1015 Lausanne

Enseignements

bachelor Comportement organisationnel
Formations concernées
Baccalauréat universitaire ès Sciences en management
Baccalauréat universitaire en sciences économiques
Baccalauréat universitaire ès Sciences en économie politique
master Evidence-Based Management
Formations concernées
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en management, Orientation stratégie, organisation et leadership
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en management, Orientation comportement, économie et évolution
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en management, Orientation marketing
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en management, Orientation business analytics
master Managing People: Organizational Design, Change, and Performance
Formations concernées
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en management, Orientation stratégie, organisation et leadership
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en management, Orientation comportement, économie et évolution
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en management, Orientation marketing
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en management, Orientation business analytics

Recherches

Axes de recherche

Prejudice and Discrimination in the Workplace
This research examines the interactive effects of prejudicial beliefs and organizational context factors on negative outcomes, such as employment discrimination and poor job attitudes. It suggests and demonstrates how organizations may inadvertently create a context (e.g., through vague criteria for person-organization fit) behind which organizational members can hide their prejudicial beliefs against outgroups. Currently, this research focuses on the treatment of immigrant applicants and employees.


Employee-Customer Linkages in Service Organizations
This research aims to identify boundary conditions for the relationship between the climate perceptions of employees and organizational performance. Current research examines the moderating role of psychological and physical closeness (contact) between employees and customers for this relationship.

Contextual Antecedents of Organizational Behavior
This research investigates the impact of community-level variables on organizational outcomes (e.g., workplace aggression and workforce diversity). It theorizes and shows that organizational phenomena do not only result from intra-organizational factors, but also from the communal context outside the organization.

Assistants

Yiran Guo
Yiran.Guo@unil.ch

Bureau: NEF 621

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  Liliane Keopraseuth
liliane.keopraseuth@unil.ch
Tél: (021 692) 3494
Bureau: NEF 621

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Publications


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Curriculum

Formations

2000
Ph.D Organizational Behavior

Tulane University (New Orleans, LA)

Dissertation Title: Serving employees in service organizations: Three competing models of organizational climate for employee well-being effects on organizational effectiveness

1994
Dipl. Bankbetriebswirt, Bankakademie

Professional degree

Four years of executive education in business administration with a specialization in banking

Frankfurt, Germany

1993
Prediploma, Psychology

Christian-Albrechts-Univerisity

Three years of undergraduate study

Kiel, Germany

Expériences professionnelles

Full Professor and Head of the Department of Organizational Behavior
Since 2009

Faculty of Business and Economics

University of Lausanne, Lausanne

Associate Professor and Donald F. Hunter Professor in International Business
2006-2008

Organizational Behavior/Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Richard Ivey School of Business with a cross-appointment in the Department of Psychology

University of Western Ontario

Associate Professor
2005-2006

Organizational Behavior

Richard Ivey School of Business

University of Western Ontario

Visiting Scholar
2003

Organizational Behavior

Sauder School of Business

University of British Columbia


Assistant Professor
1999-2005

Richard Ivey School of Business

University of Western Ontario

Instructor
1997-1999

A. B. Freeman School of Business

Tulane University

Research Assistant
1994-1999

A. B. Freeman School of Business

Tulane University

Banking Officer
1984-1994

Landesbank Schleswig-Holstein

Kiel, Germany



Member of junior management group since 1991

International Securities Market Association Bond-dealer Diploma (finished 3rd out of 177 participants from 25 countries) (1990)



Autres activités

STUDENT RESEARCH SUPERVISION
Supervision of Ph.D. students:

kleinlogel Emmanuelle (since 2009)

Chetan Joshi (2003 - 2009, completed)

Arjun BhardwaJ (2001 - 2004, completed)



Supervision of Masters students:

Olusore Anita Mary Taylor (2007 - 2008, completed)

AD-HOC REVIEWER:
2000 - present

Academy of Management Journal, Academy of
Management Review, Basic and Applied Social Psychology, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences; Group and Organization Management; Group Processes and Intergroup Relations; Human Relations, International Journal of Service Industry Management, Journal of Applied Psychology; Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Journal of Business and Psychology; Journal of Management Inquiries; Journal of Managerial Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior; Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Management International Review, Sozial Psychologie


Editorial board memberships
Since 2009

Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Business and Psychology



2008 - 2010

Editor of a special issue of the Journal of Managerial Psychology on "Employment Discrimination against Immigrants" (20 manuscripts)



since 2006

Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Organizational Behavior



Other external service activities
2000 - 2007

Member of the Organizational Behavior Program Committee for the Academy of Management Conference (reviewer, session chair, discussant)



Member of the Academy of Management, the International Organization Network (invited), the Canadian Psychological Association, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada


Mots-clés

  • comportement organisationnel (3)
  • diversité des employés
  • efficacité des resources humaines
  • liens entre employés et clients dans les organisations
  • prejudice et discrimination sur le lieu de travail

 
 
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