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School of Business Faculty

Alan D. Boss

EDUCATION
2010: Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business, Minor: Strategic Management
1999: Master of Organizational Behavior, Brigham Young University Marriott School of Management
1996:  Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Brigham Young University

POSITIONS HELD
2010 – Present: Assistant Professor, University of Washington Bothell, Bothell, WA
2009 – 2010: Acting Assistant Professor, University of Washington Bothell, Bothell, WA
2004 – 2009: Instructor, Research Assistant, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
2002 – 2004: Research Associate, Organization Research Development and Associates/Legacy Alliance Consulting, Boulder, CO
1999 - 2002: Regional Employment Specialist, LDS Employment Resource Services, Los Angeles, CA

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS
Dunford, B. B., Jackson, C. L., Boss, A. D., Tay, L., & Boss, R. W. (In Press). Be fair, your employees are watching: A relational response model of external third-party justice. Personnel Psychology.

Dunford, B. B., Shipp, A. J., Boss, R. W., Angermeier, I., & Boss, A. D. (2012). Is burnout static or dynamic: A career transition perspective of employee burnout trajectories. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97(3): 637-650.

Shapiro, D. L., Boss, A. D., Salas, S., Tangirala, S., & Von Glinow, M. A. (2011). When are transgressing leaders punitively judged?: An empirical test. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96(2): 412-422.

Hansen, S. D., Dunford, B. B., Boss, A. D., Boss, R. W., & Angermeier, I. (2011). Corporate social responsibility and the benefits of employee trust: A cross-disciplinary perspective. Journal of Business Ethics, 102(1): 29-45.

Sanders, M. L., Boss, A. D., Boss, R. W., & McConkie, M. L. (2011). Increasing student engagement and learning: Using big hairy audacious goals as an empowering semester project. Public Administration Quarterly, 35(4): 491-516

Boss, R. W., Dunford, B. B., Boss, A. D. & McConkie, M. L. (2010). Sustainable change in the public sector: The longitudinal benefits of organization development. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 46(4): 436-472.

Chullen, C. L., Dunford, B. B., Angermeier, I., Boss, R. W., & Boss, A. D. (2010). Minimizing deviant behavior in healthcare organizations: The effects of supportive leadership and job design. Journal of Healthcare Management, 55(6): 381-397.

Boss, R. W., Dunford, B. B., Boss, A. D., & McConkie, M. L. (2009). Preserving the peace through organization development: 30 years of successful organizational change. Best Paper Proceedings of the 69th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 1-6.

Angermeier, I., Dunford, B. B., Boss, A. D., & Boss, R. W. (2009). The impact of participative management perceptions on customer service, medical errors, burnout, and turnover intentions. Journal of Healthcare Management, 54(2): 127-141.

Boss, A. D. & Sims, Jr., H. P. (2008). Everyone fails! Using emotion regulation and self-leadership for recovery. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 23(2): 135-150.

Koberg, C. S., Boss, R. W., Goodman, E. A., Boss, A. D., & Monsen, E. (2005). Empirical evidence of organizational citizenship behavior from the health care industry. International Journal of Public Administration, 28: 417-436.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Undergraduate-Level Course Instructor
Leadership and Decision Making – University of Washington Bothell
Managing Work Teams – University of Washington Bothell
Entrepreneurship – University of Maryland
Business Policies – University of Maryland
Independent Study
Graduate
Leadership, Team Process, and Decision Making – University of Washington Bothell 
Organizational Behavior – University of Washington Bothel
Leadership and Managerial Effectiveness – University of Washington Bothell
Advanced Leadership Topics – University of Washington Bothell
Independent Study

INVITED PRESENTATIONS
Dunford, B. B., Jackson, C. L., Boss, A. D., & Boss, R. W. Be fair…your employees are watching: A field test of third-party organizational justice effects. Paper presented at the UWB Research Speaker Series, University of Washington Bothell, November 2012.

Boss, A. D. & Reger, R. K. When is enough, enough? Entrepreneurial cognitive and personality characteristics associated with giving up and moving on. Paper presented at the Research In Progress Seminar, University of Washington Bothell, November 2011.

Boss, A. D. & Baum, J. R., Sims, Jr., H. P. Entrepreneurial resilience: New venture founders’ recovery and re-start after failure. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Smith Entrepreneurship Research Conference, May 1, 2009, College Park, Maryland.

Boss, A. D. & Baum, J. R. Adjusting toward success: Entrepreneurs' change behaviors and subsequent venture performance. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Smith Entrepreneurship Research Conference, April 11, 2008, College Park, Maryland.

Boss, A. D. When is enough, enough? Cognitive and personality dimensions of entrepreneurial failure. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Smith Entrepreneurship Research Conference, April 20, 2007, College Park, Maryland.

SERVICE
Reviewer
Ad hoc reviewer: Journal of Business Ethics
Ad hoc reviewer: Journal of Managerial Psychology
Ad hoc reviewer: Journal of Management Studies
Ad hoc reviewer: Managerial and Decision Economics
Ad hoc reviewer: Public Administration Quarterly
Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (Divisions: Organizational Behavior, Entrepreneurship) 2007 – Present
Reviewed textbook: Schiraldi, G. (2011). The complete guide to resilience. Ashburn, VA: Resilience Training International
Reviewed textbook: Nahavandi, A. (2011). The art and science of leadership, 6th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

HONORS AND AWARDS
2014 University of Washington Bothell Distinguished Teaching Award Finalist
2012 Academy of Management – Health Care Management Division – Best Theory-to-Practice Paper
2011 The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science Douglas McGregor Award
2010 Edgar C. Hayhow Article of the Year award at the American College of Healthcare Executives
2009 Academy of Management– Organizational Development and Change Division – Best Paper Finalist
2009 Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship Research Competition – Research In Progress Award
2008-2009 University of Maryland Distinguished Teaching Assistant
2008 Jacob K. Goldhaber International Travel Award
2008 Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship Research Competition – Best Paper Finalist
2008 Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division Doctoral Student Consortium (Anaheim, CA)
2007–2008 University of Maryland Distinguished Teaching Assistant
2007–2008 Allen J. Krowe Award for Teaching Excellence – Finalist
2007– 2008 Career and Professionalization Seminar Series (CAPSS) – Student Leader Fellowship
2005–2008 Robert H. Smith Dean Research Fellowship

Contact Information

aboss@uwb.edu
(425) 352-3764
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