Mark D. Promislo

Mark Promislo

Acting Chair, Department of Management

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Mark D. Promislo, Ph.D., is Acting Chairperson and Associate Professor of Management at Rider University’s College of Business Administration. His work has appeared in such publications as Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Management Education, Journal of Organizational and Occupational Psychology, and Academy of Management Learning and Education. His main areas of research are ethics and well-being, and the work-family interface. Dr. Promislo and his coauthor were finalists for the 2013 AMLE Best Paper award. He also coedited the Handbook of Unethical Work Behavior: Implications for Individual Well-Being. Prior to completing his doctoral degree, Dr. Promislo worked for Merck & Co. for seven years in market research and sales.

Education

  • Ph.D. Temple University, Fox School of Business, Philadelphia, PA, Organization and Human Resources, 2010
  • M.B.A. Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management, Evanston, IL, Marketing, 1991
  • B.S. Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, Psychology, 1986

Refereed Articles

  • Giacalone, R. A. & Promislo, M. D. (2019). The Menace of misinformation: Faculty misstatements in management education and their consequences. Journal of Management Education, 43(4), 396–419.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2019). The NIH’s slow response to the AIDS epidemic and the dismissal of Pasteur’s contributions: Learning from history. International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 34, 8 14.
  • Promislo, M. D., Giacalone, R. A., & Deckop, J. (2017). Assessing three models of materialism-postmaterialism and their relationship with well-being: A theoretical extension. Journal of Business Ethics, 143 (3), 531–541.
  • Giacalone, R. A., Jurkiewicz, C. L., & Promislo, M. D. (2016). Ethics and well-being: The paradoxical implications of individual differences in ethical orientation. Journal of Business Ethics, 137(3), 491-506.
  • Giacalone, R. A., Promislo, M. D., Goldberg, Daniel E., & Giacalone, E. A. (2014). Shifting values, student educational preferences, and ethics in the business curriculum. Journal of Business Ethics Education, 11, 41-68.
  • Promislo, M. D. (2013). The influence of individual values on work-family conflict: The roles of materialism and postmaterialism. Journal of Organizational Psychology, 13, 43-55.
  • Giacalone, R. A. & Promislo, M. D. (2013). Broken when entering: The stigmatization of goodness and business ethics education. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 12, 86–101.
  • Promislo, M. D., Giacalone, R. A., & Welch, J. (2012). Consequences of concern: Ethics, social responsibility, and well-being. Business Ethics: A European Review, 21: 209-219.
  • Giacalone, R. A. & Promislo, M. D. (2010). Unethical and unwell: Decrements in well-being and unethical activity at work. Journal of Business Ethics, 91, 275-297.
  • Promislo, M. D., Deckop, J., Giacalone, R. A., & Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2010). Valuing money more than people: The effects of materialism on work-family conflict. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 83, 935-953.

Non-Refereed Articles

  • Promislo, M. D., & Giacalone, R. A. (2013). Sick about unethical business. BizEd Magazine, 12, 20-26.

Book

  • Giacalone, R A. & Promislo, M.D. (Eds). (2012). Handbook of unethical work behavior: Implications for individual well-being. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe.

Book Chapters

  • Giacalone, R.A., Promislo, M.D., & Jurkiewicz, C.L. (2018). Ethical Impact Theory: How unethical behavior at work affects individual well-being. In Ali Farazmand (Ed.). Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. New York: Springer.
  • Promislo, M.D., Giacalone, R.A., & Jurkiewicz, C.L. (2012). Ethical Impact Theory (EIT): Unethical work behavior and well-being. In R.A. Giacalone & M.D. Promislo (Eds.). Handbook of unethical work behavior: Implications for individual well-being. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe.

Conference Proceedings

  • Promislo, M.D. & Deckop, J. (2008). Valuing money more than people: The effects of materialism on work-family conflict. Academy of Management Proceedings.

CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES
Research Presentations

  • Chen, Z., Promislo, M.D., & Allen, T.D. (2019). Self-conscious emotions due to episodes of work-family conflict. In French, K. (Chair), Reactions to work-family events: An exploration through varying temporal lenses. Symposium conducted at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2018). Changing students’ bottom-line focus. In P. Wadhwa (Chair), Development of ethically responsible business leaders: Role of management educators. Symposium conducted at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2018). The “ghosts” on the overnight shift. Eastern Academy of Management, Providence, RI.
  • Promislo, M. D., Ruvio, A., & Schneer, J. A. (2015). Does being materialistic lead to career success or failure? Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2015). Is a promotion what Marlee really wants? Eastern Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Promislo, M. D., Chacko, A., Giacalone, R. A., & Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2014). Evil by any other name: The power of provocative language to instigate change. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Behson, S. J., Humberd, H., Ladge, J., Promislo, M. D., & Van Deuse, F. (2014). Lessons from “The New Dad” studies and a look ahead. Work and Family Researchers Network, New York, NY.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2014). Work-life conflict: A stakeholder perspective. Eastern Academy of Management, Newport, RI.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2013). “A helping hand? Aaron Cobb at Hammer Pharmaceutical.” Eastern Academy of Management, Baltimore, MD.
  • Promislo, M.D., Giacalone, R.A., Goldberg, D., & Giacalone, E.A. (2012). Business students’ educational preferences: An investigation of expansive values. Eastern Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2011). Materialism and Postmaterialism as antecedents of work-life conflict: Assessing the predictive worth of two life values. Eastern Academy of Management, Boston, MA.
  • Promislo, M.D., Giacalone, R.A., & Welch, J. (2009). Consequences of concern: Ethics, social responsibility, and well-being. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2009). Generativity and hope as moderators of organizational cynicism. Eastern Academy of Management, Hartford, CT.
  • Promislo, M.D. & Deckop, J. (2008). Valuing money more than people: The effects of materialism on work-family conflict. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2008). Work-life balance and mixed emotions: A potential link to employee well-being. Eastern Academy of Management, Washington, D.C.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2008). Structuration, negotiated order, and ineffective interorganizational learning: An analysis of the NIH’s slow response to the AIDS epidemic. Eastern Academy of Management, Washington, D.C.

Teaching Presentations

  • Promislo, M.D. (2019). The problem of stigmatizing ethical behavior at work. In P. Wadhwa (Chair), Development of ethically and socially responsible business leaders: Role of management educators as agents for positive change. Symposium conducted at Management and Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, Ramapo, NJ.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2018). Enhancing management skills through team fundraising. Mid-Atlantic Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Wilner, A., Brown, P., Promislo, M.D., & Kutcher, E. (2012). (W)RAC(K)-ing our brains: Supporting college-level (writing and) reading across the curriculum. Bucks County Community College “Faculty of the Future”, Newtown, PA.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2008). The power of choice: Helping students find passion in learning. Mid-Atlantic Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Newtown, PA.
  • Stickney, L., Promislo, M.D., Davis, K., & Nelson, K. (2008). Stickiness in large classes: A roundtable discussion. Mid-Atlantic Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Newtown, PA.
  • Promislo, M.D. (2008). Navigating the relationship between TA and professor. Temple University Teaching Assistant Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

HONORS/AWARDS

  • Finalist for the 2013 Academy of Management Learning and Education Best Paper award (“Broken when entering: The stigmatization of goodness and business ethics education”)
  • Best Paper Proceedings, 2008 Academy of Management Annual Meeting (“Valuing money more than people: The effects of materialism on work-family conflict”)
  • Graduate Assistantship, Temple University, 2004-2008
  • Graduated with Distinction (top 10% of class), Kellogg School of Management
  • Elected Phi Beta Kappa, Tulane University, 1986

SERVICE
Service to the Profession

  • Newsletter Editor, Eastern Academy of Management (2013 – present)
  • Reviewer for Human Relations and Journal of Business Ethics (2010 – present)
  • Reviewer for Eastern Academy of Management conference (2008 – present)
  • Member, Academy of Management and Eastern Academy of Management (2008 – present)

Service to Rider University and College of Business Administration

  • Co-Chair “Work in Progress” seminars in the Rider CBA (2011 – 2012) and campus-wide (2014 – present)
  • Rider University Academic Integrity Committee (2013 – present)
  • Rider University Student Life Committee (2013 – present)
  • CBA Graduate Academic Standing Committee (2011 – present)
  • AACSB Intellectual Contribution Impact Management CBA Task Force (2015)
  • CMP/CBA Faculty Collaborative Community (Spring 2012)
  • Health Benefits Subcommittee, Rider AAUP (2010 – 2011)