MY CV

CURRICULUM VITAE

AYŞE KARAEVLİ

Sabancı University
Faculty of Management
Phone: (216) 483-9660
Fax: (216) 483-9699
E-mail: akaraevli@sabanciuniv.edu

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Associate Professor of Strategy
Faculty of Management
Sabancı University
(January 2009-date)

Director of Leaders for Industry Program
Joint Program of Faculties of Engineering & Management
Sabancı University
(July 2009-date)

Assistant Professor of Strategy
Faculty of Management
Sabancı University, İstanbul, Turkey
(September 1, 2005-January 2009)

Strategy Adviser and Innovation Coordinator
Sabanci Holding, Istanbul, Turkey
(March 15, 2006-March 31, 2007)

Post-Doctoral Fellow
Kellogg School of Management
Northwestern University
(September 2003-July 2005)

Boston University School of Management
Instructor (2000-2003)

Michigan State University
Research Assistant/ Associate (1995-1998)

EDUCATION:

Doctor of Business Administration, D.B.A. (2003)
Boston University School of Management
Majors: Strategic Management & Organizational Behavior

Doctoral Dissertation Committee:
Prof. Douglas T. Hall, Prof. Michael Tushman (Harvard Business School),  Prof. N. Venkatraman

MLIR. Master?s of Industrial and Labor Relations (1998)
School of Labor & Industrial Relations
Michigan State University

B.A. in Psychology with High Honors (1995)
Bogaziçi University (Istanbul, Turkey)

RESEARCH AREAS:

Corporate Restructuring & Strategic Adaptation
CEO Successions, Top Management Teams, and Executive Careers
Corporate Governance
Corporate Strategy in Emerging Markets

PUBLICATIONS:

Karaevli, A & Zajac, E.J. 2012. The Outsider CEO Paradox: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions. MIT Sloan Management Review, forthcoming.

Karaevli, A., & Hall, D. T. 2008. Using Strategic Career Development in
Promoting Organizational Effectiveness: A Multilevel Model. In. T. G. Cummings (Ed.) Handbook of Organizational Development, Thousand Oak: Ca. Sage Publications.

Karaevli, A. 2008. The Evolution of Diversification Strategies in Turkish Business Groups. Journal of Management Research, (1-2) (In Turkish).

Karaevli, A. 2008. How can Executive Succession Planning Reduce the Adaptive Capacity of an Organization: A Theoretical Model. Journal of Management Research, 5(2) (In Turkish)

Karaevli, A. 2007. Performance Consequences of New CEO ?Outsiderness?: Moderating Effects of Pre- and Post-Succession Contexts. Strategic Management Journal, 28: 681-706.

Karaevli, A. & Hall, D. T. 2006. How Career Variety Promotes the Adaptability of Managers: A Theoretical Model. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 69: 359-373.
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Karaevli, A. & Hall, D. T. 2004. Career Variety and Executive Adaptability in Turbulent Environments.  In R. J. Burke and C. L. Cooper (Eds.), Leading in Turbulent Times:  Managing in the New World of Work.  Malden, MA:  Blackwell Publishing, Ltd., pp. 54-74.

Karaevli, A., & Hall, D. T. 2004. Careers in Organizations. Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology, Academic Press.

Karaevli, A. & Hall, D. T. 2003. Growing Leaders for Turbulent Times: Is Succession Planning up to the Challenge? Organizational Dynamics, 32(1): 62-79.

RESEARCH UNDER REVIEW:

Karaevli, A. & Zajac E. When Does CEO Outsiderness Generate Strategic Change? When Paradox and Irony Meet

SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:

Karaevli, A. Refocusing in Emerging Markets: Evidence from ?Multi-Focus? Diversification Strategies of Turkish Business Groups. PDW at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Milan, June 30-July 3, 2008.

Karaevli, A. Turkish Business Groups? Search for Identity Perseverance during Strategic Change Process: Multi-Focus Diversification Strategies. Presented at the 16. Annual Congress of Turkish Management and Organization Society, May 16-18, 2008. Presented at the 16. Annual Congress of Turkish Management and Organization Society, May 16-18, 2008.

Karaevli, A. The Effects of Diversification Strategies and Corporate Control Systems on the Adaptive Capacity of Turkish Business Groups. Presented at the 15th Annual Congress of Turkish Management and Organization Society, May 25-27, 2007.

Karaevli, A. How can Executive Succession Planning can Reduce the Adaptive Capacity of an Organization: A Theoretical Model. Presented at the 15th Annual Congress of Turkish Management and Organization Society, May 25-27, 2007.

Karaevli, A. Selecting CEOs for Change vs. Stability: Theory and Evidence. Presented at the annual international conference of the Strategic Management Society, Puerto Rico, October, 2004.

Karaevli, A. Performance Consequences of New CEOs’ Outsiderness Degree and Post-succession Executive Team Changes. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, New Orleans, August, 2004.

Karaevli, A. Effects of Executive Succession Planning on Organizational Outcomes: Evidence from Large Corporations. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Seattle, August, 2003.

Karaevli, A. How Career Variety can Promote Executive Adaptability: A Theoretical Model. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Seattle, August, 2003.

Karaevli, A. & Hall, D. T. How Effective is Succession Planning in Growing Leaders for Turbulent Times? Presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Orlando, April, 2003.

Karaevli, A. & Hall, D. T. The Effects of Career Processes on Organizational Adaptation: An Information-processing Model of Executive Succession Planning. Presented at the Harvard Business School Conference on Career Evolution, London, June, 2002.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Strategic Management (MBA, Executive MBA)
Negotiations (MBA & Undergraduate)
Business Strategy (Undergraduate)
Organizational Behavior (Undergraduate)
International Management (Undergraduate)
Doctoral Seminar in Strategic Management (PhD)
Competition Analysis and Strategy (Executive Education)
Strategic Planning (Executive Education)
Strategic Negotiation Skills (Executive Education)
Strategic Value Innovation (Executive Education)
Strategic Thinking for Business (Executive Education)

GRANTS & AWARDS:

TÜBİTAK Career Award, December 2007
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University (2003-2005)
Research Grant, Strategic Human Resources Policy Institute
$16,000 (2004)
Research Grant, Executive Development Roundtable
$16,000 (2003)
Doctoral Dissertation Grant, Executive Development Roundtable $16,000 (2002)
Boston University D.B.A Fellowship (1998-2002)
Research Grant from Strategic Human Resources Institute and Executive Development Institutes on Team Dynamics, $10,000 (1999-2000)
Travel grants from Boston University Doctoral office, Executive Development Roundtable, and Human Resource Policy Institutes, a total of  $7500
Research assistantship, Michigan State University & Citicorp (1995-1998)

ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
Reviewer to Strategic Management Journal, Business Strategy Research, Journal of Economics and Finance

Member of Strategic Management Society, Academy of Management, Academy of International Business

Executive Board member at TUSİAD-Sabancı University Competitiveness Forum

Executive Committee Member- SU Faculty of Management