MS, Case Western Reserve University, 2012
BA, Shanghai Normal University, 2008
Interests and Courses
Lili Bao thinks about how do teams develop, grow and adjust their set of activities-internal and external over time and how to design teams to elicit a team’s ability to find high-performing sets of activities? What role do interactions among a team’s activities play in creating and sustaining productive interdependence and competitive advantage? To address these questions, she would like to employ a range of methodological approaches, including in-depth field studies of teams, quantitative methodologies, and simulation models.
Organizational Behavior, Team dynamics, Business Communication
Recent Courses and SyllabiCourse evaluation ratings (login required)
- Trinh, M. P. (Presenter & Author), Bao, L. (Author Only) Annual Conference of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, "A dynamic model of intragroup conflict", Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, Pittsburgh, PA. (2015).
- Rochford, K. C. (Author Only), Thompson, P. S. (Presenter & Author), Pavez, I. A. (Author Only), Van Esch, C. (Author Only), Bao, L. (Author Only) Midwest Academy of Management, "Towards a practice theory of sustainability: Carrying out the practice of flourishing", Midwest Academy of Management, (2014).