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European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology
Enabling Change through Work and Organizational Psychology
May 17th - 20th 2017 Dublin, Ireland

Professor Steve W. J. Kozlowski

Department of Psychology Professor, Michigan State University


The research of Steve W. J. Kozlowski is directed by a meta-theoretical perspective that views organizations as dynamic systems of cross-level and emergent multilevel processes unfolding over time.

His primary research interests focus on the processes by which individuals, teams, and organizations learn, develop, and adapt. Steve has conducted research in several substantive areas that relate to this theme over the course of his career. Early work focused on factors influencing organizational adaptation (technological innovation, organizational downsizing) and processes of group and individual adaptation (newcomer socialization) and sensemaking (organizational climate, knowledge structures, judgment accuracy).


More contemporary work has centered on developing theory and conducting research to integrate learning processes across the individual, team, and organizational levels. Foci include: (1) active, self-regulated learning and technology-based learning systems; (2) team learning, leadership, and development; team adaptation and effectiveness; knowledge emergence; and (3) aligning training and learning with the organizational system. My energies are primarily focused on the second foci.


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