School of Management
34956 Istanbul, Turkey
University of California, Berkeley, 1978-1986
Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Industrial Relations,
Haas School of Business Administration.
University of California, Los Angeles, 1974-1976
M.B.A. in Organizational Behavior and Accounting,
Anderson Graduate School of Management.
Bogaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey, 1970-1974
B.A. in Business Administration, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Science.
Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey
School of Management
Director Executive MBA Program, 2015-present
Professor of Management
Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey
School of Management
Professor of Management
San José State University, College of Business
Department of Organization and Management (1985-2007)
Retired August 2007, awarded title of Emeritus Professor
On leave 2003-2006
Tenure and promotion to full professor, May 1992
Promotion to associate professor, May 1990
Assistant professor, Jan. 1986-May 1990
AWARDS AND HONORS:
Fellow, Academy of International Business, for contributions to the field of international business research and education. Inducted June 2007.
National Science Foundation Grant, Division of Social, Behavioral and Economic Research, Innovation and Organizational Change program, for ?Organizational Competitiveness: Exploring the Roles of Organizational Culture and Human Resource Management in Multinational Corporations,? with S. Beechler, O.Levy and S. Taylor, 2000-2002. Extended through September, 2006.
Outstanding Undergraduate Instructor Award, College of Business, San Jose State University, 2001.
Faculty in Residence, Institute of Teaching and Learning, San Jose State University, 1998-2000.
Teacher-Scholar, Institute of Teaching and Learning, San José State University, 1995-1996.
Summer Research Grant, College of Business, San José State University, 1994, 1991, 1989, 1987.
Ascendant Scholar Award, Western Academy of Management, 1994.
San José State University Sabbatical Leave, 1992-1993.
California State University Research Grant, 1990.
Dean’s Faculty Excellence Award, School of Business, 1989.
San José State University Meritorious Performance and Professional Promise Award, 1988.
Junior Faculty Workshop, International Management Division, Academy of Management, Chicago, 1986.
Soroptimist International of the Americas Dissertation Fellowship, 1983.
Doctoral Consortium of the Academy of Management, International Division, New York, 1982.
Beta Gamma Sigma, 1975.
Third in graduating class, Bogaziçi University, 1974.
Cross-cultural management challenges in MNCs; international human resource management; cross-national organizational behavior
International Cross-cultural Management
Management and Organizational Behavior
Anderson School of Management, UCLA, Guest Speaker, Management Colloquium, Spring, 2002.
Haas School of Management, U.C. Berkeley, Guest Speaker, Fall 1995.
American Graduate School of International Management,
Winterim Faculty Fellow, January 1994.
Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Bogaziçi University, Turkey, Visiting Professor, 1992-93.
Institute of International Business, Stockholm School of Economics,
Visiting Professor, Cross-cultural management seminar, 1992 and 1993.
Faculty of Management, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey
Visiting Professor, 1992.
Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA.
Visiting Professor. Taught a graduate seminar in International Comparative Management, 1989.
Haas School of Business Administration, UC Berkeley
Teaching Associate. Taught upper division course in Organizational Behavior and Organization Theory, 1982.
Institute of Industrial Relations, UC Berkeley
Research Assistant to Professor Glenn Carroll, 1982-83.
Research Assistant to Professor Karlene Roberts, 1979-82.
Beechler, S., Levy, O., Boyacigiller, N.A. & Taylor, S. (2008). Global Mindset. In C.Wankel (Ed.), 21st Century Management. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications: 178-189.
Taylor, S., Levy, O., Boyacigiller, N. and Beechler, S. (2008). ‘Employee Commitment in MNCs: Impacts of Organizational Culture, HRM and Top Management Orientations’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 19(4), 501-527.
Levy, O., Beechler, S., Taylor, S. & Boyacigiller, N. (2007) What we talk about when we talk about ?Global Mindset,? Journal of International Business Studies, 38: 231?258.
Levy, O., Taylor, S., Boyacigiller, N & Beechler, S. (2007). Global Mindset: A Review and Proposed Extension. In M. Javidan, R.M. Steers & M. Hitt (Eds.). The Global Mindset (Advances in International Management) Oxford: Elsevier/JAI: 131-169.
Beechler, S., Levy, O., Taylor, S. & Boyacigiller, N.A. (2005) Does it Really Matter if Japanese MNCs Think Globally?: The Impact of Employees? Perceptions on their Attitudes. In T. Roehl & A. Bird (Eds.), Japanese Firms in Transition: Responding to the Globalization Challenge (Advances in International Management), Vol 17, Oxford:Elsevier/JAI: 261-288.
Boyacigiller, N.A, Goodman, R.A. and M.E. Phillips (Eds). (2004). Crossing Cultures: Insights from Master Teachers. London: Routledge.
Phillips. M.E. and Boyacigiller, N.A. (2004) Cultural Scanning: An Integrated Cultural Frameworks Approach. In Boyacigiller, Goodman, and Phillips (Eds). Crossing Cultures: Insights from Master Teachers. London: Routledge: 76-88.
Boyacigiller, N., Kleinberg, J., Phillips, M.E. & Sackmann, S. (2003) Conceptualizing culture: Elucidating the streams of research in international cross-cultural management. In B.J. Punnett & O. Shenkar (eds.), Handbook for International Management Research. Ann Arbor:University of Michigan Press, pp 99-167.
Boyacigiller, N., Beechler,S., Taylor,S. & Levy,O. (2003) The Crucial Yet Elusive Global Mindset. In The Handbook of Global Organizing and Managing, Lane, Maznevski, Mendenhall & McNett (Eds.). London: Blackwell Publishers, pp.81-93.
Beechler, S., N. Boyacigiller, O. Levy & S. Taylor. (2000). ?HR?s Role in Charting the Global Future.? Human Resource Management News, November 1, 2000: 4-5.
Boyacigiller. Nakiye. 2000. Orgut Biliminde Turk Yontecilerin Alacagi Dersler: Bazi Uyarilar ve Oneriler (The Relevance of Organization Science for Turkish Executives: A Cautionary Tale). Introductory chapter in Turkiye?de Yonetim, Liderlik ve Insan Kaynaklari Ugumalari (Management, Leadership and Human Resource Applications in Turkey), Zeynep Aycan (ed.). Ankara: Turk Psikologlar Dernegi Yayinlari, No:21.
Beechler, S, Boyacigiller, N., Levy, O. & Taylor, S. (1999) Organizational Competitiveness—Final Research Report. International Consortium for Executive Development Research, Boston, MA. www.icedr.org
Boyacigiller, N. & Adler, N.J. (1997) Insiders and outsiders: Bridging the worlds of organizational behavior and international management. In International Business Inquiry: An Emerging Vision, B. Toyne and D. Nigh (eds.). Columbus: The University of South Carolina Press:396-416.
Boyacigiller, N. (1996) Review of Competitive Frontiers: Women Managers In A Global Economy, edited by N.J. Adler & D.N. Izraeli. In Journal of International Business Studies, 27(4): 802-807.
Boyacigiller, N., Kleinberg, J., Phillips, M.E. & Sackmann, S. (1996) Conceptualizing culture. In Handbook for International Management Research, B.J. Punnett & O. Shenkar (eds.). Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 157-208. Also in CIBER Working Paper Series, John E. Anderson School of Management at U.C.L.A., 94-08.
Adbridged Sackmann, S., Phillips, M.E., Kleinberg, J., & Boyacigiller, N. (1997) Single and multiple cultures in international cross-cultural research: Overview. In Cultural Complexity in Organizations, S.Sackmann (ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 14-48. multiple cultures in international cross-cultural research: Overview. In Cultural Complexity in Organizations, S.Sackmann (ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 14-48.
Adler, N.J. & Boyacigiller, N. (1996) Global Management and the 21st Century. In Handbook for International Management Research, B.J. Punnett & O. Shenkar (eds.). Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 537-558.
Boyacigiller, N. (1995) Questioning globalization: A personal exploration. Organization 1(2): 361-368.
Reprinted Boyacigiller, N. (1995) Questioning globalization: A personal exploration.
Northern California Executive Review, 9 (1): 9-12.
Adler, N.J. & Boyacigiller, N. (1995) Global Organizational Behavior: Going beyond tradition. Journal of International Management, 1(1): 73-86. (peer reviewed)
Kabasakal, H., Boyacigiller, N. & Erden, D. (1994) Organizational Characteristics as Correlates of Women in Middle and Top Management. Bogaziçi Journal: Review of Social, Economic and Administrative Studies, 8(1-2): 45-62. (peer-reviewed)
Adler, N.J. & Boyacigiller, N. (1994) Going beyond traditional HRM Scholarship. In R.N. Kanungo & D.M. Saunders (eds.) New Approaches to Employee Management, Vol. 3: “Employee Management Issues in Developing Countries”: Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
Bolton, M.K. & N.A. Boyacigiller. (1993) A model for comparative research on new product introductions. In S.B. Prasad & R.P. Peterson (eds.). Advances in International Comparative Management, Vol. 8. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, pp. 217-240.
Teagarden, M.B., Adler, N.J., Boyacigiller, N., & Von Glinow, M. (1992) Internationalizing the Business School Curriculum: A Resource Guide in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. A joint publication of the AACSB, Academy of Management, and University of Michigan Center for International Business Education & Research.
Boyacigiller, N. & Adler, N.J. (1991) The parochial dinosaur: The organizational sciences in a global context. Academy of Management Review, 16 (2): 262-291. (Peer-reviewed)
Boyacigiller, N. (1991) The international assignment reconsidered. In M. Mendenhall and G. Oddou (eds.), Readings and Cases in International Human Resource Management. Boston: PWS Kent, 148-155.
Reprinted Northern California Executive Review, Fall, 4(1): 23-27.
Boyacigiller, N. (1991) Review of Managing in Developing Countries by James E. Austin. Journal of Management, 17(3):670-671.
Boyacigiller, N. (1990) The role of expatriates in the management of interdependence, complexity and risk in multinational corporations. Journal of International Business Studies, 21 (3): 357-381. (peer reviewed)
Reprinted Japanese Business-Volume IV (1998). S. Beechler & K. Stucker (Eds.) Routledge:
Boyacigiller, N. (1989) Review of The New Expatriates by Rosalie Tung. Journal of International Business Studies, 20 (2):361-364.
Boyacigiller, N. (1988) Review of Research in International Comparative Management edited by Richard Farmer. Administrative Science Quarterly, 33 (3): 487-490.
Roberts, K. H. & Boyacigiller, N. (1984) Cross national organizational research: The grasp of the blind men. In L. L. Cummings and B. M. Staw (eds.), Research in Organizational Behavior, vol. 6, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, pp. 455-488.
Reprinted Roberts, K. H. & Boyacigiller, N. (1993) Cross-national organizational research:
The grasp of the blind men. In Weinshall, T. D. (ed.), Societal Culture and Management, Berlin: deGruyter, pp. 50-69.
Roberts, K. H. & Boyacigiller, N. (1983) A survey of cross-national organizational researchers: Their views and opinions. Organization Studies, 4(4): 375-386. (Peer-reviewed)
Beechler, S; Boyacigiller, N.; Levy, O. & Taylor, S. (1999) Organizational Competitiveness Project Final Report: The Roles of HRM and Organization Culture in MNCs. Proceedings of the Conference on Leading the Knowledge Enterprise, ICEDR Forum, Babson College, Wellesley, Massachusetts, October 4-7, 1999.
Adler, N.J. & Boyacigiller, N. (1994) Global Organizational Behavior: Going Beyond Tradition. Proceedings of the Conference on International Organizational Studies: Fad or Future, T. Murtha & C.K. Prahalad (chairs), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 76-94.
CONFERENCE PAPERS AND SYMPOSIA:
Track Co-Convener (Sub-theme 21): Organizations on the Move and Related Cultural Dynamics. Annual Meeting of the European Group on Organization Studies, Amsterdam, July 2008.
Chair and Co-organizer, Unanswered Questions in Cross-cultural Research: What We Still Need to Know to Enhance Cross-cultural Understanding and Work/Life Effectiveness. Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Milano, July 2008.
Commitment in MNCs: Impacts of Organizational Culture, HRM and Top Management Orientations”, Presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, from August 5-10, 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Levy, O., Beechler, S., Taylor, S. & Boyacigiller, N. Globalization from Within: Career Opportunities within MNCs.? Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in New Orleans. 2004. Finalist for the Carolyn Dexter Best International Paper Award.
Chair and Co-Organizer. Teaching and experiencing cross-cultural management: Insights from master teachers. Presented to the Academy of International Business Annual Conference. Monterey, CA, July 2003.
Global Competencies. Presentation as part of the symposium panel, ?The ION Project on International Organizing and Managing: A Panel Proposal? Schon Beechler, Chair. Presented to the Academy of International Business Annual Conference. San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 2002.
Discussant. Crossing Cultural Distance: Exploring the Capacity for Working Globally (Gibson/Zelmer-Bruhn co-chairs). Symposium presentation to the Academy of International Business Annual Conference. San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 2002.
Boyacigiller, N., Kleinberg,J., Phillips, M. & Sackmann, S. (2002) Keynote Panel.
Identifying Culture Conference, Stockholm, Sweden , June 13-15.
Levy, O., Boyacigiller, N.; Taylor, S. & Beechler, S. (2002) Manager?s Voices: Globalization Discourse in Multinational Corporations. Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Western Academy of Management, Santa Fe, March. Best Paper nominee.
Panelist. Developing Whole Being Leaders in Cross-Cultural Settings. Presentation to the Western Academy of Business Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, March 2002. .
Beechler, S., Taylor, S., Boyacigiller, N. & Levy, O. ?Does It Really Matter if MNCs Think Globally?? Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., 2001.
Taylor, Boyacigiller, Levy & Beechler. The darker side of MNCs: Is it globalization or poor management. Presented as part of the Intercultural Relations within International Organizations: Constructive Collaboration or Bicultural Alienation? symposium proposal (Brannen & Peterson, chairs). Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., 2001.
Facilitator. Exploring New Directions in International Human Resource Management. Accepted for presentation at the Annual meeting of the Academy of International Business, Phoenix, Arizona, November, 2000.
Beechler, Taylor, Boyacigiller & Levy. Organizational Competitiveness: The Roles of Organization Culture and Human Resource Management in Driving MNC Success. Presented at the Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, November 2000.
Interactive Paper Session Facilitator. The effect of HRM on MNCs. Academy of Mangement Annual Meeting, Toronto, August, 2000.
Facilitator. Exploring New Directions in International Human Resource Management. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Managment, Toronto, August, 2000.
Discussant, Management Education in Turkey: A Historical and Institutionalist Perspective. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Toronto, August, 2000.
Symposium co-chair (with M.Y. Brannen). Advancing the Culture Concept: A Cross-Field Dialogue. Presented at the Academy of International Business annual meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, November 1999.
Balancing the competing demands of global integration and local responsiveness: The role of human resource management. Symposium presentation, ?Exploring the Janus Nature of Integration and Responsiveness? (Thomas Murtha, chair). Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, November 1999.
Levy, O., Beechler, S., Taylor, S. & Boyacigiller, N. 1999. What we talk about when we talk about ?Global Mindset.? International Management Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, August 1999.
Beechler, S., Taylor, S., Boyacigiller, N. & Levy, O. 1999. Global mindset, international human resource management and performance in multinational corporations. International Management Divison, Academy of Management Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, August 1999.
Panelist. ?Cultural Complexity in Organizations.? Symposium sponsored by the OMT and IM Divisions of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Diego, August, 1998.
Workshop Co-organizer and Presenter. Surviving and thriving at the Academy of Management: Workshop for new and especially non-US members. San Diego, August, 1998.
Panelist. Defining the Domain of International Management. Preconference Workshop. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Diego, August, 1998.
Panelist. The Culture Construct: Conclusions from 5 days at the Academy of Management. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Diego, August, 1998.
Moderator. Turkish Executives Reflect on Management in Turkey. Western Academy of Management 5th International Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey, 29 June-2 July, 1998.
Presenter. Teaching Culture. Conference organized by C4, the CIBER Cross- Cultural Collective, San Luis Obispo, March 1998.
Workshop Co-coordinator. Preparing for the WAM Istanbul Meeting. Presentation to be given at the WAM Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, March 1998.
Co-chair. ?As thinking wheels turn on the road to relevance: Strategy and culture.? Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Monterrey, Mexico, October, 1997.
Discussion Leader. ?Conceptualizing and studying what it means to be global?. Preconference Workshop. Academy of Management, Boston, August 1997.
Presenter and Organizer. ?Teaching international management: A continuing dialogue?. Western Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Lake Tahoe, March 1997.
Workshop chair and Co-organizer (with M.E. Phillips). ?Teaching culture, teaching duality:Pedagogical cross-cultural issues in the teaching of cross-cultural management. Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Banff, Canada, September, 1996.
Panelist. ?Women Working Together As Friends and Collaborators: Building A Community Of Scholars.? Academy of Management Showcase Symposium, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 1996.
Symposium Co-Chair. ?Teaching International Management: Problems, Pitfalls, Promises, Profundities?. Western Academy of Management Third International Conference, Guadalajara, Mexico, July 1996
Workshop Co-Chair. ?Collaboration: Senior Women Academics In Dialogue.? Western Academy of Management, Banff, Canada, March 1996.
Participant. Panel on the ?Future of Work in the 21st Century.? Careers Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, August 1995
Chairperson and Facilitator. ?Leadership in the 21st Century.? International Management Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, August 1995.
“Single and Multiple Cultures in International Cross-cultural Management Research: An Overview,” (with Sonja A. Sackmann, Margaret E. Phillips, and M. Jill Kleinberg) Presented to the Working Group on Cultural Diversity in Organizations for presentation at the 12th Colloquium of the European Group on Organization Studies (EGOS), Istanbul, Turkey, July, 1995.
?Healing The Wounds Of Academe.? Presented as part of WAM workshop for Doctoral Students & Junior Faculty, Western Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA ,April 1995
“Conceptualizing Culture,” Presented as part of the Incorporating Culture into the Research Process, Symposium (B.J. Punnett, chair). Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, August 16, 1994 and at the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management (IFSAM) Conference in Dallas, TX on August 17, 1994.
“Cross-cultural research in international management: Are the past, present and future complementary?” With M.E. Phillips, J. Kleinberg, and S. Sackmann. Symposium presented at the Western Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, March 1994.
“Multiple cultural mindsets as a normal state: A cultural perspective on European organizational life,” (with M. Phillips, M.K. Bolton and S. Sackmann). Presented at the Second International Conference of the Western Academy of Management, Leuven, Belgium, June 1992.
“A research proposal to study new product introductions in the pharmaceutical industries of Germany, Japan, and the United States,” (with M.K. Bolton). Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Miami, November 1991.
“Evidence of the existence of a ‘bamboo ceiling’ in the U.S. operations of Japanese multinationals.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Miami 1991.
“Institutional environments and new product introductions: A model and research design to study the pharmaceutical industries of Germany, Japan and the United States” (with M.K. Bolton). Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Miami, 1991.
“What is the utility of organization science in a global context? Invited Symposium, Western Academy of Management, Santa Barbara, March 1991.
Chairperson, “An informal conversation with Professor Paul Lawrence on Soviet Management” Western Academy of Management, Santa Barbara, March 1991.
“The Parochial Dinosaur: The Organizational Sciences in a Global Context” (with Nancy J. Adler). Presentation to the Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Toronto, November, 1990 and the 12th World Congress of Sociology, July 1990, Madrid, Spain.
“Staffing in a foreign land: A multi-level study of Japanese multinationals with operations in the United States.” Presented to the First International Conference of the Western Academy of Management, June 18, 1990, Shizuoka, Japan and to the Academy of Management meetings in San Francisco, August, 1990.
“International aspects of management.” Presentation to the Doctoral and Junior Faculty Consortium of the Western Academy of Management. Salt Lake City, March 29, 1990.
“Internationalizing the Organizational Behavior Curriculum”. Coordinator of a full-day session at the Southern Management Association Annual meeting, New Orleans, November 1989.
“Truth in advertising: The parochial nature of organizational science.” Presentations to University of California, Berkeley, Doctoral Seminar (February 1989) and Organization and Strategic Studies Symposium, University of California, Los Angeles (April 1989) and at the Western Academy of Management, San Francisco, March 1989.
“Internationalizing the Organizational Behavior Curriculum”. Coordinator and presenter (together with Nancy Adler and Raghu Nath) of an all-day workshop at the annual Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference Missouri (1989); at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Washington, D.C. (1989) and at the Western Academy of Management, Salt Lake City (1990).
“Staffing in a Foreign Land: A Model and Research Design to Study Japanese Multinationals with Operations in the U.S.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, August 1988.
“Is organizational behavior parochial: Cultural assumptions underlying organizational behavior research,” (with N.J. Adler). Presented at the Western Academy of Management, March 1988, Big Sky, Montana.
“The role of expatriates in the management of interdependence, complexity and risk in multinational corporations.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of International Business, Chicago, November 1987.
“Internationalizing the Organizational Behavior Curriculum” (with Nancy J. Adler). Presented to an All-Academy Session of the Academy of Management, New Orleans, August 1987.
“The relationship between research in organization theory and international and comparative management: Problems of infiltration and time lags.” Western regional meeting of the Academy of International Business, May 1987.
“An information processing approach to the development of compliance programs (with K.H. Roberts).” Presented to the Social Issues in Management Division at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. New York, August, 1982.
Symposium co-chairperson (with K.H. Roberts). The cross-national study of control: substantive and methodological issues. 42nd annual meeting of the Academy of Management. New York, August, 1982.
INTERVIEWS IN THE PRESS
?School Strives to Lead the Field,? Financial Times, 26 November, 2007. page 12.
Diversity enables creative solutions. Quality (a publication of, Kalder, the Turkish Society for Quality), 16(15) September, 2007: 24-26.
HR, Organizational Culture and Competitiveness. The Competitiveness Post, 16/11/2006. http://ref.advancity.net/newsletters/2006Kasim/nakiye_boyacigiller.html
PY arastirma: Kurum kulturu, IK ve Kuresel Rekabet (Organizational culture, HR and Competitiveness) . Populer Yonetim (PY) Dergisi, Subat 2005, 56-58.
?A Dean?s View on Life and Careers.? Business Etiquette?08 Conference. Sabanci University, March 2008.
Cross Cultural Management. Invited Presentation. Anatolian College of Thessaloniki, 12 March 2007.
Workshop and Presentation (with Schon Beechler). Global Mindset: People and Culture as the Key to Competitiveness in Global Organizations. EDU (Sabanci University?s Executive Development Unit), 5 October 2004, Istanbul.
Participant, Workshops of the ?Egitim Reformu Girisimi? (Educational Reform Initiative), Istanbul Policy Center, Sabanci University, 2004..
Participant. ?Turkiye?de Egitimi Reformu? (Reforming Turkey?s Educational System). Conference organized by TUSSIDE for the Ministry of Education. January 8-10.
Presentation. Kuresel Orgut Yaratmada Insan Kaynaklarinin Rolu (The role of human resources in creating a global organization). Insan Kaynaklari Dernegi (Human Resources Association, PERYON). Istanbul, 3 October, 2003.
Turkey: What every American should know about this critical ally. Presentation to the San Jose Rotary Club, 29 January 2003.
Presentation. The importance of cultural differences in business. California
Turkish American Business Conference, March 2001.
Mentor. Faculty Mentor Program (for students at risk), 1994-1998.
Sabanci University Foundation. Participant in a search conference and subsequent workshops to establish the parameters of Turkey’s third private university, August 1995;1996, May 1998.
?Culture and the Global Manager: How Good Theory Makes for Better Practice.? Executive Breakfast Briefing, SJSU College of Business Alumni Association, May 1996.
Mentor. Center to Develop Women Entrepreneurs, 1995-1996.
Facilitator. Cross-cultural simulation. MBA orientation for all incoming students. Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA, September 1996.
External Resource Person. UCLA Anderson School of Management CIBER/Human Resource and Organizational Behavior Retreat, June 1995.
Presentation, ?The cross-cultural dimension.? Nissan-Historically Black Colleges and Universities Summer Institute at UCLA. August 1993.
Panelist. ?Cultural issues in the work place: Preparing our new Americans for leadership positions.? Third Campus Community Forum of the 1988-89 API Internationalizing Education Project. April 5, 1989, San Jose State University.
?Cultural Synergy. Presentation to the Western Regional Meeting of AIESEC, student organization, San Jose, March 1988.
How to succeed in international business with really trying. Presentation to the Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the International Management Council (IMC), December 1987.
Foreign investment in the U.S.: The selling of America? Presentation to the American Association of University Women-Palo Alto chapter, March 1987.
Managing a Multicultural Workforce. Presentation to the San Jose Women in Business, February 1987.
PERYON (Turkish Personnel Management Association), Jury Member, ?PERYON Personnel Management Awards? November, 2008.
Deloitte Turkey ?Etik Yasam ve Is Dunyasi? (An Ethical Life and the Business Community) Jury Member, 2008.
TMME (Turkish Consumer Satisfaction Index) Advisory Board Member, 2007-
Bir Dilek Tut (Make a Wish Foundation, Turkey) Advisory Board Member, 2005-
Cyprus International Institute of Management
Member of Academic Council, 2004-
KalDer (Turkish Society for Quality)
-Panel Organizer and Moderator, 16th Annual Conference
-Advisory Board Member (Danisma Kurulu Uyesi), for the 13th , 14th
, 15th and 16th National Quality Congresses) 2004-present
-Jury Member, 2004 ?Shaping the Future? Essay Competition
Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur of the Year
Jury Member, 2004
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND ACTIVITIES
Academy of International Business
AIB Fellows: Strategic Intiatives Committee 2007-
VP Programs, 2002-2004
Haynes Prize Selection Committee, Member, 2006-present
Jury Member, Farmer Dissertation Award 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 (chair)
AIB Policy and Planning Retreat, Charleston, South Carolina, 1999
Faculty Presenter, Doctoral Consortium
2006, Beijing, China
2003, Monterey, California
Faculty Presenter, Junior Faculty Workshop,
2005, Quebec City, Monteal, Canada
1999, Charleston, South Carolina
1997, Guadalajara, Mexico,
Track co-chair, Micro OB and HRM, Annual Meeting,
Charleston, South Carolina, 1999
Program Review Committee, virtually every year since 1987.
Academy of Management
International Programs Committee, 1993?1998
Wildcard Committee, Fall 1995
International Management Division
Faculty Panelist, Junior Faculty Workshop, 2005, 2007
Faculty Panelist, Doctoral Consortium, 2003
Past Chair, 1997-1998
Program Chair, 1995 Annual Meeting
Faculty panelist, Junior Faculty Consortium, 2003 and 1999 Annual Meetings
Teaching Committee, 1997-present, Chair(1997-1999)
Coordinator, Junior Faculty Consortium, 1994 Annual Meeting
Facilitator, Doctoral Consortium, 1988 Annual Meeting
Program Review Committee, virtually every year since I joined.
Western Academy of Management
Conference Coordinator, 5th International Conference in Istanbul (1998)
1991 Program Committee; 1994 Nominations Committee; 2002 Program Committee for International Meeting (Peru)
Association of Turkish American Scientists
Co-coordinator, First Turkish Conference on Organization Science,
Silivri, Istanbul, May 1993
C4-CIBER Cross-Cultural Collective
ION, International Organization Network (Founding Member)
Journal of International Business Studies (2003, 2004-2007)
International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management
(founding editorial board member-present)
Asia Pacific HRM (—present)
Management International Review (2005-present
Thunderbird International Business Review (2007–present)
Journal of Management Inquiry (—2003)
Academic, in English:
Dokuz Eylul Universitesi, Isletme Fakultesi Dergisi
Yeditepe Review of Economics Politics and Society
Practitioner, in Turkish
PY (Popüler Yönetim, Popular Management (2004-2006)
Ad-hoc Reviewer for:
Academy of Management Journal
Academy of Management Review
Human Resource Management Journal
The International Journal of Organizational Analysis
Journal of Business Research
Journal of International Management
California Management Review
Journal of Management
Management International Review
Reviewer for European Science Foundation, Exploratory Workshops (2005-present)
Reviewer for annual/biannual meetings of:
Academy of Management (International Management Division)
Academy of International Business
Member, Award Committee. Gunnar Hedlund Best Dissertation in International Business. Sponsored by Stockholm School of Economics and European International Business Association, 1998, 1999.
COMMITTEES AT SABANCI UNIVERSITY:
Social Sciences Institute (Director)
Dean?s Council (Member)
Academic Council (Member)
University Research Council (Member)
Academic Integrity Task Force (Chair)
10th Anniversary Celebration
New Faculty Orientation (Chief Designer and Facilitator) 2004/2005/2006
Academic Discussion Group (Founding Member)
Academic Nominations Committee
Sexual Harassment Policy Formation Group
IBM Corp., General Products Division, San José.
-Workshop leader, Management Development department, 1979.
-Administrative and technical assistant to the Plant Controller, 1978.
-Cost Accountant, 1976-77 June 2008