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D'Lisa Nicole McKee

Assistant Professor of Management

BA, MBA, Drury University; PhD, Mississippi State University

School of Business


MBA 625

Organizational Behavior and Leadership for Decision Makers - Spring 2018

MBA 660

Decision Making in a Global Economy - Spring 2018



Phone Number

(203) 582-7913

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I am an Assistant Professor of Management at the School of Business, Quinnipiac University. I hold a PhD in Management from the Mississippi State University. My area of emphasis is Organizational Behavior, and I also teach Human Resource Management course. Prior to earning my degree, I worked in the healthcare industry. My teaching interests include decision making and organizational behavior. My research interests focus on identity and hiring decisions, particularly as they relate to stigmatization.

Courses Taught

  • Managing Decision Making (MBA 615)
  • Leadership for Decision Makers (MBA 625)

Research Interests

Research Interests
  • Social Identity
  • Decision Making
  • Stigmatization and Bias

Selected Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Allen, D.G., Hancock, J.I., Vardaman, J.M., & McKee, D.N. (2014). Analytical mindsets in turnover research. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35: S61-S86.

McKee, D.N., Madden, T.M., Kellermanns, F.W., & Eddleston, K.A. (2013). Conflicts in family firms: The good and the bad. In L. Melin, M. Nordqvist, & P. Sharma (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Family Business (514-528). Sage: Thousand Oaks, CA.

Chrisman, J.J., Chua, J.H., Steier, L.P., Wright, M., & McKee, D.N. (2012). An agency theoretic analysis of value creation through management buy-outs of family firms. Journal of Family Business Strategy, 3 (4): 197-206.

Marler, L.E., McKee, D.N., Cox, S.C., Simmering, M.J., & Allen, D.G. (2012). Don't make me the bad guy: Self-monitoring, organizational norms, and the mum effect. Journal of Managerial Issues, 24 (1): 97-116.

Matherne, C. F., Ring, J. K., & McKee, D. N. (2011) Social identity alignment and the family firm. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 13 (1): 24-43.