Monique Alexandria Domingo
Monique Domingo is a Ph.D. candidate in Management at the University of Connecticut with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management from San Francisco State University in the Spring of 2015. Her primary focus is on leadership as a system of effectiveness in teams and how different events, especially those characterized by high stress, disrupt the system.
B.S., San Francisco State University, Business Administration: Management
Petkova, A., Lamm, E., & Domingo, M., 2021. Let’s be Frank: Individual and team-level predictors of improvement in student teamwork effectiveness following peer-evaluation feedback. In press at The International Journal of Management Education.
Rapp, T., Maynard, T., Domingo, M., Klock, E., 2021. Team Emergent States: What has emerged in the literature over twenty years. Small Group Research.
Mathieu, J. E., Gallagher, P. T., Domingo, M. A., & Klock, E. A. 2019. Embracing complexity: Reviewing the past decade of team effectiveness research. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 6, 17-46.
Manuscripts Under Review:
Dong, Y., Bartol, K., Zhang, A., Domingo, M., 2020. Title reserved for blind review. 1st R&R at Journal of Management Studies.
|Office Location||BUSN 404|
|Courses||MGMT 3101 - Managerial and Interpersonal Behavior|