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Nathan Hartman

Associate Professor
Management and Quantitative Methods
Office
State Farm Hall of Business - SFH 230
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Biography

Nathan S. Hartman received his Ph.D. from Virginia Commonwealth University and is currently an associate professor at Illinois State University. His primary research interests include organizational citizenship behaviors, employee selection, and leader development. He has authored articles in publications including Journal of Management Development, Organizational Research Methods, Group & Organization Management, Personnel Psychology, and the International Journal of Selection and Assessment. Nathan is a College of Business Outstanding MBA Faculty Award-winner who has also partnered with other faculty to develop leadership programs for students and professionals, Illinois State University's Innovation Consulting Community, and interdisciplinary MBA courses.

Current Courses

220.001Business Organization And Management

482.001Organizational Leadership

Teaching Interests & Areas

Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Leader/Manager Development, Project Management, and Employee Selection and Recruitment

PhD Organizational Behavior (Management)

Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, VA

MBA Management

Averett Univeristy
Danville, Va

BS Mechanical Engineering

Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, MI

Sabbatical

Illinois State University
2018

College of Business Outstanding MBA Faculty Award

Illinois State University College of Business
2016

Wisdom's Torch Award to Support Teaching

Illinois State Univeristy College of Business
2015

Best Reviewer Award

Careers Division of the Academy of Management Annual Conference
2011

Standard Products – Reid Research Award

John Carroll University Boler School of Business
2011

The George E. Grauel Faculty Fellowship

John Carroll University
2009

Dean's Scholar

Virginia Commonwealth University College of Business
2004

Book, Chapter

Hartman, N., & Conklin, T. Ethics and Leadership: The Role of Prevention and Promotion Oriented Approaches. R. Selladurai & S. Carraher (EDs), Servant Leadership: Research and Practice. IGI Global (2014)
Hartman, N., & Watts, C. Making the Right Impression--but Padding the Estimates. Stories to Tell Your Students: Transforming toward Organizational Growth. Palgrave Macmillian (2011)
Humphrey, R., Kellett, J., Sleeth, R., & Hartman, N. Research Trends in Emotions and Leadership. Research Companion to Emotion in Organizations. Edawrd Elgar (2008)
McDaniel, M., Whetzel, D., Hartman, N., Nguyen, N., & Grubb III, W. Situational judgment tests: Validity and an integrative model. Everything you wanted to know about SJTs (but were afraid to ask).. Elsevier Science (2006)
Williams, L., Gavin, M., & Hartman, N. Structural equation modeling methods in strategy research: Applications and issues. Research Methodology in Strategy and Management. Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. (2004)

Conference Proceeding

Choudhury, A., Hartman, N., & Coussens, T. Identify Short-Term Trend in Support Services' Demand for Technology. Decision Sciences Institute National Conference (2019)
Choudhury, A., Hartman, N., & Coussens, T. Identify Technology Changeover Timing Using Phone Support Services. Decision Sciences Institute National Conference 49 (2018): 724-726.
Hartman, N., Choudhury, A., & Coussens. Identify Technology Changeover Timing Using Leading Indicator. Decision Sciences Institute National Conference (2018)
Hartman, N., & Williams, L. Demonstrating Sensitivity Analysis: A way to view the common method variance problem.. Academy of Management Annual Meeting (2016)
Choudhury, A., Hartman, N., & Patel, V. Socio-Economic Predictors of Home Value: A Regional Analysis. Allied Academies International Conference 16.1 (2014): 60-61.

Journal Article

Hartman, N., & Conklin, T. Books and posters: Creating conversations that result in learning. Management Teaching Review (2020): 1-14.
Hartman, N., & Karriker, J. Preparing managers for a reconfigured world: management education’s new gig. Journal of Management Development (2020)
Karriker, J., & Hartman, N. The harder they may fall: Leadership self-efficacy as hindrance to millennial's' leadership development. International Leadership Journal 11.1 (2019): 55-77.
Kaufman, P., Hartman, N., Jones, J., Saripalle, R., & Smudde, P. The Use of Extracurricular Interdisciplinary Project-Based Teams in Higher Education as a Catalyst for Actionable Knowledge. Business Education Innovation Journal 11.1 (2019): 126-136.
Choudhury, A., Hartman, N., & Coussens, T. Key Determinants of Support Services Demand in Instructional Technology Management. Journal Of Information Technology Management 29.2 (2018): 29-39.

Presentations

Broadening our sight: Preparing Students to succeed in the Gig Economy. annual meeting for the Academy of Management. Academy of Management. (2020)
Preparing managers for a reconfigured world: Management education’s new gig. the annual meeting for the Southern Management Association. Southern Management Association. (2020)
Conklin, T.A., Hartman, N.S., Karriker, J.H., & Lanier, P. (2020). The current and future life of the academic: Changing realities for the profession. PDI Presented at the annual meeting for the Southern Management Association St. Pete, FL (Virtual).
Being one of the best: Applying Bain's recommendations to management education. Academy of Management Annual National Conference. Academy of Management Annual National Conference. (2019)
Life-Cycle Cost-Benefit Analysis Algorithm for Equipment Replacement with an App for Decision Making Tool. Production and Operations Management Society. (2019)
Life-Cycle Cost-Benefit Analysis Algorithm for Equipment Replacement with an App for Decision Making Tool. Prodction and Operations Management Society - Annual Meeting. (2019)
Management Teaching PDI. Southern Management Association - Annual Conference. (2019)
Teach my students about the Gig economy, or stay in your lane bro?. Southern Management Association, Annual Meeting. (2019)
Cost-benefit tradeoff of technology replacement: Practitioners' guide for 4 years versus 6 years. MBAA International Conference. (2018)
Identify Technology Changeover Timing Using Leading Indicator. Decision Sciences Institute National Conference. (2018)

Grants & Contracts

College of Business Research Fellowship and University Research Grant program (URG). Illinois State University. (2015)
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