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EIU Master of Business Administration

Faculty

Dr. Mark A. Bayer, Associate Professor

Office: 3621 - Lumpkin College of Business
Phone: 2175816929
Email: mbayer@eiu.edu

Frequently Taught Courses

MGT4310 Organizational Behavior

MGT4560/MBA5880 Seminar in Decision Making and Leadership

MGT4650 Management Seminar

MBA5680 Organizational Behavior and Group Dynamics

Education

Ph.D. | The University of Texas at Austin

M.S. Man. | The University of Texas at Austin

M.B.A. | Washington University in St. Louis

M.S. AS. E. | Georgia Institute of Technology

B.S. | University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Professional Organizations

Harrington Fellow - The University of Texas at Austin
Academy of Management
Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGRoup)
Beta Gamma Sigma
Society for Human Resource Management
Human Resource Association of East Central Illinois

Research

Team cognition: Shared mental models, transactive memory systems, cross-understanding
Group creative processes and group creativity
Agent-based modeling

Selected Publications

Roundy, P. T. and Bayer, M. A. 2019. To bridge or buffer? A resource dependence theory of nascent entrepreneurial ecosystems. Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, 11(4): 550-575.

Roundy, P. T. and Bayer, M. A. 2019. Entrepreneurial ecosystem narratives and the micro-foundations of regional entrepreneurship. The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 20(3): 194-208.

Roundy, P. T., Dai, Y., Bayer, M. A., Byun, G. 2016. Motivated to change? TMT regulatory focus and strategic dynamism. Management Research Review, 39(7): 803-829.

 

Selected Conference Presentations

Bayer, M. A., and Lewis, K. (2018). “Synergy in creative groups: The case for analogical reasoning.” Presented at the 2018 MBAA International Conference. Chicago, IL.

Lewis, K., Bayer, M. A., Figge, P., & Reed, M. (2017). How cross-understanding produces team performance: Measurement and mechanisms. Presented at INGRoup Annual Conference. St. Louis, MO.

Roundy, P. T., Fredrickson, J. W., Bayer, M. A., and Dai, Y. (2015). “The smartest guys in the (board) room”: Top management team collective narcissism and its potential impact. Presented at the 2015 Southern Management Association Meeting. St. Petersburg, FL.

Bayer, M., & Lewis, K. (2015). Analogical reasoning in creative groups. Presented at INGRoup Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA.

Bayer, M., & Lewis, K. (2013). Cross-understanding, coordination, and performance. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Bayer, M., & Lewis, K. (2013). Mental models, coordination, and performance. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Bayer, M., & Lewis, K. (2012). Cross-understanding and shared mental model theory: A comparison and empirical contrast. Presented at Academy of Management annual meeting. Boston, MA.

Bayer, M., & Lewis, K. (2011). Cross-understanding and shared mental model theory. Presented at INGRoup Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN.


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MBA Program School of Business

600 Lincoln Avenue
Charleston, IL 61920
217-581-3028
mba@eiu.edu


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