Associate Professor of Management
Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics
University of Delaware
Emotions, Gender and Diversity, Groups and Teams, Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Research Methods
2020 Election; COVID; Race, Equality, and Ethics
Kyle J. Emich is an Associate Professor of Business Administration at the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics at the University of Delaware. His research explores the role of individual attributes, particularly perceptions and emotions, in team dynamics and other collective environments.
Kyle has published in a number of management and psychology journals including the Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Psychological Science. His work has also been cited in media outlets such as TIME Magazine, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Scientific American.
Kyle received his PhD from Cornell University.
- Reanchoring the Ontology of International Business, Academy of Management Perspectives
- Authentically Creative? Identifying and Reconciling the Tension between Authenticity and Creativity, Academy of Management Proceedings
- The Social Consequences of Voice: An Examination of Voice Type and Gender on Status and Subsequent Leader Emergence, Academy of Management Journal
- Shifting focus: The influence of affective patterns on group creativity, Academy of Management Proceedings
- Who’s the Boss? The influence of incongruent status perceptions on team attitudes and outcomes, Academy of Management Proceedings
- The Phenomenology of Failed Humor: Implications for Interpersonal Affect Regulation, Academy of Management Proceedings
- Who’s Bringing the Donuts? The Role of Positive Affect in Group Information Exchange, Academy of Management Proceedings
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