Ken Mawritz received his doctorate in Organizational Behavior, his M.B.A. in Business with a focus on Leadership, and his bachelor’s degree in Sport Management. Prior to academia, he worked in management for Fortune 100 and 500 organizations. Throughout his management and consulting career he worked with organizations in the following industries: aerospace engineering, national defense, pharmaceuticals, retail, higher education, luxury jewelry, and cosmetics.
Professor Mawritz’s research interests focus on the effects of intra-team rivalry on performance, deviance, and motivation, as well as the effects of individual cohesion and individual deviance on intra-team rivalry. His work has presented at the 2018 Engaged Management Scholarship Conference in Philadelphia, PA.
Mawritz, K. (2018, September). Intra-team rivalry on performance teams: An investigation into individual and team performance and employee deviance. Paper presented at the Engaged Management Scholarship Conference, Philadelphia, PA.