Chris is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Work and Organizations at the Carlson School of Management. Chris' current research activities focus on theoretical development and the use of experimental methodology to better understand how social interactions and stable individual differences shape individuals' perceptions of high performers and task characteristics. In developing his research and assisting in the classroom, Chris also invokes two years of entrepreneurial experience as a wedding planner and floral designer.
Selected Works & Activities.
Bass, E., Pleggenkuhle-Miles, E. G., Winchester, C., & West, T. (2019). GameStop’s Next Play: Reconfiguring the Value Offering. The CASE Journal, 16, 7-33.
Honors and Awards
Phi Kappa Phi Love of Learning Award (2020)
Outstanding Reviewer Award, Midwest Academy of Management (2019)