Associate Professor of Management and (joint) of Medicine
Carey Business School and School of Medicine
John Hopkins University
Health Care, Leadership, Management Education, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management
Aging Workforce, Business of Health Care, COVID, Crisis Management, Future of Work, Remote Work and Working Families, Workforce Productivity
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Christopher G. Myers is an Associate Professor of Management and Organization and the founding Faculty Director of the Center for Innovative Leadership at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. He also holds a Joint Appointment in Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
His research and teaching focus on individual learning, leadership development, and innovation, with particular attention to how people learn vicariously and share knowledge in health care organizations and other knowledge-intensive work environments. He has received a variety of awards and honors for his research and teaching, including being named by Poets & Quants as one of the top 40 business school professors under 40 world-wide.
Prior to joining the faculty at Johns Hopkins University, Chris was an Assistant Professor at the Harvard Business School and received his PhD in management and organizations from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
- Organizational Science and Health Care, Academy of Management Annals
- How Did You Do That? Exploring the Motivation to Learn from Others’ Exceptional Success, Academy of Management Discoveries
- The Conceptual and Empirical Value of a Positive Lens: An Invitation to Organizational Scholars to Develop Novel Research Questions, Academy of Management Perspectives
- Performance Benefits of Reciprocal Vicarious Learning in Teams, Academy of Management Journal
- Coactive Vicarious Learning: Toward a Relational Theory of Vicarious Learning in Organizations, Academy of Management Review
SME Subject Areas
Careers, Entrepreneurship, Environment and Sustainability, Ethics, Gender and Diversity, Health Care, Human Resources, International Management, Leadership, Management Consulting, Management Education, Management History, Management Theory, Operations and Supply Chain Management, Organizational Behavior, Public and Nonprofit, Religion and Spirituality, Research Methods, Social Issues, Strategic Management, Technology and Innovation