Assistant Professor in-Residence
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley.
M.S. Boston College.
M.B.A. University of San Francisco.
B.A. History. University of California, Berkeley.
Areas of Expertise
Organizational & Leadership Ambidexterity
Strategic Human Resource Management
Policy and Program Evaluation
Nicole Jackson is an Assistant Professor (In-Residence) in the Department of Management. Her research examines the issue of organizational and leadership ambidexterity, the need to balance exploitation of competencies with the need for innovation, in for-profit and in public administrative settings. Her recent work examines this issue in the context of organizational change, leadership, and specific to the redesign of human resource management practices and as a form of individual and organizational learning. Her secondary line of work examines the implications of policy and program evaluation on the redesign of organizational practices.
2016 International Academy of Management and Business, Best Paper Award
2016 Academy of Business Research, Best Presentation Award
2011 Southern Management Association, Best Doctoral Paper Award, Health Care/Hospitality/Public Administration
2010 American Educational Research Association, Educational Sociology Significant Travel Grant
2010 Academy of Management, Outstanding Reviewer Award (Organizational Behavior Division)
2009 Academy of Management, Outstanding Reviewer Award (Managerial Organizational Cognition Division)
2006 Eastern Academy of Management, Outstanding Reviewer Award (Organizational Behavior Division)
2005 European Applied Business Research Conference, Best Student Paper Award, Management Division
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