Postdoc, University of Michigan
PhD, University of Washington
MPA, Brigham Young University
BA, Brigham Young University
Owens, B., Johnson, M., and Mitchell, T. (forthcoming). Humility in organizations: Implications for performance, teams, and leadership. Organization Science.
Owens, B. and Hekman, D. (2012). Modeling how to grow: An inductive examination of humble leader behaviors, contingencies, and outcomes. Academy of Management Journal, 5: 787-818.
Reynolds, S., Owens, B., & Rubenstein, A. (2012). Moral stress: Considering the nature and effects of managerial moral uncertainty. Journal of Business Ethics, 106(4): 491-502.
Owens, B., Rowatt, W., and Wilkins, A. (2011). Humility in organizations. In K. Cameron and G. Spreitzer (Eds.) The Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship: 260-272. Oxford University Press.
Hekman, D., Aquino, K., Owens, B., Mitchell, T.R., Schilpzand, P., and Leavitt, K. (2010). An examination of whether and how race and gender biases influence customer satisfaction ratings. Academy of Management Journal 53(2): 238-264. (Winner of the 2010 Academy of Management Journal Paper of the Year. Winner of the 2011 Saroj Parasuraman Award from the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division of the Academy of Management.)
Wadsworth. L. and Owens, B. (2007). The effects of social support on work-family enhancement and work-family conflict in the public sector. Public Administration Review 67(1): 75-86.
Harman, W., Lee, T., Mitchell, T. R., Felps, W., and Owens, B. (2007). The psychology of voluntary employee turnover. Current Directions in Psychological Science 16(1): 51-54.
Facer, R. and Owens, B. (2005). Working together: Efforts to encourage links between managers and academics. Public Management 87(3): 15-17.
Bradley P. Owens
Organization and Human Resources
School of Management
University at Buffalo
248 Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4000