KYLE LEWIS

McCombs School of Business, University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712

1-512-232-5862 | kyle.lewis@mccombs.utexas.edu

EDUCATION

Ph.D. University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management

M.S. Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Organizational Behavior and Business Strategy, with Distinction

B.S. Duke University, Durham, NC
Double Major: Computer Science, Mathematics, cum laude

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Associate Professor Management Department, University of Texas at Austin 2007.

Assistant Professor Management Department, University of Texas at Austin 1999.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

AWARDS AND HONORS

Best Paper Award Finalist, 2011. Award for best paper published in 2010. Academy of Management Review.

McCombs Research Excellence Grant, 2010. Empirical research on cross-understanding.

Outstanding Faculty Award, 2009. Engineering Management Masters Program.

Award for Research Excellence, 2006-2007. Significant research contribution in one or more areas of business by a related set of projects.

Extraordinary Service Award, Organization Science, 2005; 2006. Excellence in reviewing.

MBA Faculty Honor Roll, 2003; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2011. Teaching excellence in the MBA Core.

Trammell/CBA Foundation Teaching Award for Assistant Professors, 2004. Teaching excellence.

ISI Most Cited Paper, 2003: "Integrating justice and social exchange: The differing effects of fair procedures and treatment on work relationships," Academy of Management Journal, 2000.

Erlbaum Award, 2003, for Best Paper of the Managerial and Organization Cognition Division of the Academy of Management.

Summer Research Grant, 2001. Faculty Development Program, University of Texas.

American Psychological Association (APA - Groups Division) Dissertation Award, 1999, for "The impact of interpersonal relationships and knowledge exchange on group performance: A field study of consulting project teams."

Frank T. Paine Award for Academic Excellence in Doctoral Studies, 1998. University of Maryland.

PUBLICATIONS

Anderson, E. G., & Lewis, K. (2013). A dynamic model of individual and collective learning amid disruption. Organization Science, forthcoming.

Lewis, K., & Herndon, B. (2011). Transactive memory systems: Current issues and future research directions. Organization Science, 22 (5), 1254-1265.

Huber, G. & Lewis, K. (2011). Cross understanding and shared social theories. Academy of Management Review (Dialogue), 36(2), 422-424.

Huber, G. & Lewis, K. (2010). Cross understanding: Implications for group cognition and performance. Academy of Management Review, 35(1), 6-26. ** lead article

Best Paper Award Finalist, Academy of Management Review

Lewis, K., & Huber, G. (2008). Cross understanding: Effects on group cognition and performance. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings, Anaheim, CA.

Lewis, K., Belliveau, M., Herndon, B. & Keller, J. (2007). Group cognition, membership change, and performance: Investigating the benefits and detriments of collective knowledge. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 103(2), 159-178. ** lead article.

Goldman, B., Gutek, B., Stein, J. & Lewis, K. (2006). Antecedents and consequences of employment discrimination in organizations. Journal of Management, 32(6), 786-830.

Lewis, K. & Huber, G. (2005). A theory of the effects of cross understanding and mental model dissimilarity on workgroup outcomes. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings, Honolulu, HI.

Lewis, K., Lange, D. & Gillis, L. (2005). Transactive memory systems, learning, and learning transfer. Organization Science, 16(6), 581-598.

Lewis, K. (2004). Knowledge and performance in knowledge-worker teams: A longitudinal study of transactive memory systems. Management Science, 50(11), 1519-1533.

Lewis, K. (2003). Measuring transactive memory systems in the field: Scale development and validation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 88(4), 587-604. ** lead article

Lewis, K., Gillis, L. & Lange, D. (2003). Who says you can't take it with you? Transferring transactive memory systems across tasks. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings, Seattle WA.

Winner, Best Paper of Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division.

Masterson, S.S., Lewis, K., Goldman, B.M. & Taylor, M.S. (2000). Integrating justice and social exchange: The differing effects of fair procedures and treatment on work relationships. Academy of Management Journal, 43(4), 738-748.

Lewis-McClear, K. & Taylor, M.S. (1997). Not seeing eye-to-eye: Implications of discrepant psychological contracts and contract violation for the employment relationship. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings.

Locke, E.A., Lewis-McClear, K. & Knight, D. (1996). Self-esteem and work. In International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, vol. 11, C.L. Cooper and I.T. Robertson (Eds.). New York: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Herndon, B. & Lewis, K. (2012). Schematic inertia: A dynamic and complexity perspective on shared cognition. Paper presented at INFORMS, Phoenix, AZ.

Bayer, M. & Lewis, K. (2012). The joint effects of shared mental models and cross-understanding for task groups. Paper presented at Academy of Management Meetings, Boston, MA.

Bayer, M. & Lewis, K. (2011). Cross-understanding and shared mental models. Paper presented at Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGroup), Minneapolis, MN.

Rariden, S. & Lewis, K. (2011). Cross-understanding and diversity. Paper presented at Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGroup), Minneapolis, MN.

Lewis, K. & Herndon, B. (2011). Transactive memory systems: Current issues and new directions. Paper presented at Organization Science Winter Conference, Steamboat Springs, CO.

Anderson, E. & Lewis, K. (2010). Individual and group learning curves. Paper presented at Organization Science Winter Conference, Steamboat Springs, CO.

Anderson, E. & Lewis, K. (2010). Individual and group learning amid disruption. Paper presented at INFORMS meetings, Austin, TX.

Lewis, K. & Herndon, B. (2010). Transactive memory systems: Current issues and new directions. Paper presented at Academy of Management meetings, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA.

Lewis, K. & Anderson, E. G. (2010). A dynamic model of learning amid disruption. Paper presented at Interdisciplinary Network of Group Research (INGroup), Arlington, VA.

Lewis, K. & Huber, G. (2009). Cross understanding and coordination in groups. Paper presented at Interdisciplinary Network of Group Research (INGroup), Colorado Springs, CO.

Lee, J., Bachrach, D., & Lewis, K. (2009). Social network ties, transactive memory, and performance in groups. Paper presented at INFORMS meetings, San Diego, CA

Lewis, K., & Huber, G. (2008). Cross understanding: Effects on group cognition and performance. Paper presented at Academy of Management meetings, Anaheim, CA.

Herndon, B. & Lewis, K. (2007). The relevance of transactive memory systems. Paper presented at Organization Science Winter Conference, Steamboat Springs, CO.

Anderson, E. & Lewis, K. (2006). A dynamic model of transactive memory systems, and group and individual learning. Paper presented at Academy of Management meetings, Atlanta, GA.

Herndon, B., Lewis, K. & Keller, J. (2006). Transactive memory systems and group tasks: Exploring the complex influence of transactive memory systems on performance. Paper presented at Academy of Management meetings, Atlanta, GA.

Lewis, K., Lange, D. & Gillis, L. (2005). Transactive memory systems, learning, and learning transfer. Paper presented at INFORMS meetings, San Francisco, CA.

Anderson, E. & Lewis, K. (2005). An initial dynamic model of group and individual learning. Paper presented at INFORMS meetings, San Francisco, CA.

Lewis, K., Herndon, B. & Keller, J. (2005). Membership contexts and transactive memory system transfer. Paper presented at Academy of Management meetings, Honolulu, HI.

Lewis, K. & Huber, G. (2005). A theory of the effects of cross understanding and mental model dissimilarity on workgroup outcomes. Paper presented at Academy of Management meetings, Honolulu, HI.

Lewis, K., Gillis, L. & Lange, D. (2003). Who says you can't take it with you? Transferring transactive memory systems across tasks. Academy of Management meetings, Seattle, WA.

Winner, Best Paper of Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division.

Lewis, K. (2002). Scale Development and Validation of a Field Measure of Transactive Memory Systems. Paper presented at Academy of Management meetings, Denver, CO.

Lewis, K., Kinnett, J. & Gillis, L. (2001). Examining group knowledge and long-term performance: Does transactive memory "last" over time and task? Paper presented at Academy of Management meetings, Washington, DC.

Lewis, K. (2001). Knowledge and performance in knowledge-worker teams: a longitudinal study of transactive memory systems. Paper presented at Southern Management Academy meetings, New Orleans, LA.

Lewis, K. & Taylor, M.S (2001). Bias in manager perceptions of the employment relationship: Does it matter? Paper presented at Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) meetings, San Diego, CA.

Lewis, K. (2000). Is performance all in their mind(s)? The impact of transactive memory on knowledge-worker team performance. Paper presented at Academy of Management meetings, Toronto, CANADA.

Lewis, K. (2000). Measuring transactive memory: Issues in construct validity and prediction. Paper presented at the Academy of Management meetings, Toronto, CANADA.

Lewis, K. (2000). Development and preliminary validation of a field measure of transactive memory in groups. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) meetings, New Orleans, LA.

Lewis-McClear, K. (1998). From anger to action: How psychological contract violation affects attitudes and behavior in the workplace. Paper presented at the Academy of Management meetings, San Diego, CA.

Lewis-McClear, K. & Taylor, M.S. (1998). Psychological contract breach and the employment exchange: Perceptions from employees and employers. Paper presented at the Academy of Management meetings, San Diego, CA.

Lewis-McClear, K. & Taylor, M.S. (1997). Not seeing eye-to-eye: Implications of discrepant psychological contracts and contract violation for the employment relationship. Paper presented at Academy of Management, Boston, MA.

Masterson, S.S., Lewis-McClear, K., Goldman, B.M., & Taylor, M.S. (1997). Interactional justice revisited: The differential effects of treatment and procedures on work relationships and outcomes. Paper presented at Academy of Management, Boston, MA.

Lewis-McClear, K. (1996). A party for two: The employee and the organization as parties to the psychological contract. Paper presented at Academy of Management, Cincinnati, OH.

Goldman, B., McClear, K.L. & Taylor, M.S. (1996). Supervisor and Employee Perceptions of the Psychological Contract: The Predictors and Consequences of Multiple Perspectives. Paper presented at SIOP, San Diego, CA.

Taylor, M.S., Masterson, S., McClear, K.L. & Goldman, B. (1996). Restoring the faith: The impact of a procedural justice intervention on the psychological contract. Paper presented at SIOP, San Diego, CA.

TEACHING AND ADVISING

Executive Education

Leading High-Performance Teams. McCombs Executive Education (University of Texas). Open enrollment and custom programs.

Talent Management. McCombs Executive Education (University of Texas). Open enrollment and custom programs emphasizing human capital recruitment, selection, performance management, compensation, exit, and analytics.

MBA and Masters Courses

Creating and Managing Human Capital. Core MBA class (University of Texas McCombs School of Business). Elected by MBA students to the Faculty Honor Roll Award for Teaching Excellence, 2003; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2011.

Engineering Management: Managing People and Organizations. Core Masters class (University of Texas Cockrell School of Engineering). Elected by students for the Outstanding Faculty Award, 2009.

Organizational Change and Consulting. Elective MBA class (University of Maryland).

Undergraduate Courses

Organizational Behavior. Core undergraduate class (University of Texas Business Honors Program and Georgetown University).

Human Resources Management. Elective undergraduate class (University of Texas).

Doctoral Courses and Dissertations

Supervised Teaching. Required, doctoral class (University of Texas) focusing on pedagogy and techniques for developing and teaching business school courses.

Doctoral Dissertations

Dai, Ye (2012). Entrepreneurial regulatory foci and startup firm strategy process and formulation. Department of Management. Committee member.

Theeke, Matthew (2012). Innovation and expert evaluations: The influence of a firm

Daniel, Sarah (2011). Social interdependence

Kim, Yongsuk (2011). When more is less: Understanding how to leverage expertise diversity manifested in an electronic advice network. Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management. Committee member.

Keskin, Tayfun (2010). Collaborative information technology moderation in dynamic teamwork with team member departure. Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management. Committee member.

Lanham, Holly (2010). Investigating heterogeneity in physician use of electronic health records: The role of professional values. Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management. Committee member.

Herndon, Benjamin (2009). When can it be said,

Keller, Josh (2009). The Tao of cooptation in organizations: Culture and categorization of competitive behaviors in teams and working relationships. Department of Management. Committee member.

Gillis, Lynette (2008). A network perspective of multiple social exchange relationships. Department of Management. Committee co-chair.

Carrell, Ronald (2000). The use of verbal precision: The impact of potential gain, potential loss, verification likelihood, and truthfulness. Department of Management. Committee member.

EDITORIAL SERVICE

Senior Editor: Organization Science (2006-2011)

Editorial Review Board: Small Groups Research (2012-present)

Editorial Review Board: Organization Science (2004-2006)

Editorial Review Board: Journal of Organizational Behavior (2002-2008)

Editorial Review Board: Journal of Supply Chain Management (2007-present)

Associate Editor: Management Science Special Issue on Knowledge (2001)

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION

Division Chair, Managerial and Organization Cognition Division, Academy of Management (2013-2014)

Division Chair Elect, Managerial and Organization Cognition Division, Academy of Management (2012-2013)

Chair, INFORMS College on Organizations (2011)

Program Chair, Managerial and Organization Cognition Division, Academy of Management (2011-2012)

Vice Chair, INFORMS College on Organizations (2010)

Professional Development Workshop Chair, Managerial and Organization Cognition Division, Academy of Management (2010-2011)

Program Chair, INFORMS College on Organizations (2009)

Chair, Dissertation Proposal Competition, INFORMS College on Organizations (2008)

Other Professional Service

Recent Reviewing: Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Management Science, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Organization Behavior, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Group Dynamics, Small Groups Research.

Member: Academy of Management (Organization Behavior, Managerial & Organization Cognition, Research Methods divisions), American Psychological Association (Society of Industrial and Organization Psychologists).

INDUSTRY WORK EXPERIENCE

Group Manager. Greenwich Associates, Greenwich, CT. Managed a budget of $11 million and directed staff of 25 researchers and analysts in development and production of financial research products. Responsible for all administrative functions, including staffing, project management, personnel management, and budgeting.

Senior Consultant. Gartner Group, Stamford, CT. Analyzed corporate and marketing strategies and performed competitive analyses for technology industry clients. Made recommendations for acquisition, divestitures, product introductions, and marketing campaigns, and presented results to executive management.

Project/Product Manager. Carnegie Group, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA. Managed introduction of expert system product line. Created marketing programs, designed pricing strategies, and managed support programs and staff.

Business Analyst. American Management Systems, Arlington, VA. Consulted to public-sector agencies on variety of business systems issues, including technology evaluation, system concept design, requirements analysis, design, development and deployment.

June 2013