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Katherine Klein

Edward H. Bowman Professor

Professor of Management

Vice-Dean, Wharton Social Impact Initiative

Research Interests: employee stock ownership, innovation and technology implementation, leadership, diversity, teams, and social networks, multilevel organizational theory and research

Links: CV, Personal Website, Wharton Social Impact Initiative

  • Neil Andy Cohen, Katherine Klein (Working), Individual differences, social network centrality and leadership emergence.
  • Neil Andy Cohen, Katherine Klein (Working), Leaders’ social networks and attributions of leadership style: Untangling the direction of causality.
  • M. Schulte, N.A. Cohen, Katherine Klein (2012), The Coevolution of Network Ties and Perceptions of Team Psychological Safety, Organization Science, 23, 564.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, A.P. Knight, J.C. Ziegert, B.C. Lim, J.L. Saltz (2011), When team members’ values differ: The moderating role of team leadership, Organizatiional Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 114, 25 - 36.    Abstract
  • Neil Andy Cohen, M. Schulte, Katherine Klein (2008), Which comes first: The Co-evolution of Team Network Ties and Perceptions of Team Psychological Safety, Organization Science, Revise and resubmit.
  • D. A. Harrison, Katherine Klein (2007), What's the difference? Diversity constructs as separation, variety or disparity in organizations, Academy of Management Review, 32: 1199-1228.    Abstract
  • B. C. Lim, Katherine Klein (2006), Team mental models and team performance: A field study of the effects of team mental model similarity and accuracy, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27: 403-418.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, J. C. Ziegert, A. P. Knight, Y. Xiao (2006), Dynamic delegation: Shared, hierarchical and deindividualized leadership in extreme action teams, Administrative Science Quarterly, 50: 590-621.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, A. P. Knight (2005), Innovation implementation: Overcoming the challenge, Current Directions in Psychological Science, 14: 243-246.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, B. C. Lim, J. L. Saltz, D. M. Mayer (2004), How do they get there? An examination of the antecedents of network centrality in team networks, Academy of Management Journal, 47: 925-963.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, S. Zedeck (2004), Theory in applied psychology: Lessons (re)-learned, Journal of Applied Psychology, 89: 931-933.    Abstract
  • V. S. Major, Katherine Klein, M. G. Ehrhart (2002), Work time, work interference with family, and employee distress, Journal of Applied Psychology, 87: 427-436.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, A. B. Conn, D. B. Smith, J. S. Sorra (2001), Is everyone in agreement? An exploration of within-group agreement in employee perceptions of the work environment, Journal of Applied Psychology, 86: 3-16.    Abstract
  • M. G. Ehrhart, Katherine Klein (2001), Predicting followers’ preferences for charismatic leadership: The influence of follower values and personality, Leadership Quarterly, 12: 153-179.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, A. B. Conn, A. P. Knight (2001), Implementing computerized technology: An organizational analysis, Journal of Applied Psychology, 86: 3-16.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, P.D. Bliese, S.W.J. Kozlowski, F. Dansereau, M. B. Gavin, M.A. Griffin, D. A. Hofmann, L. R. James, F. J. Yammarino, M. C. Bligh (2000), Multilevel analytical techniques: Commonalities, differences, and continuing questions, Multilevel theory, research, and methods in organizations: Foundations, extensions, and new directions, 512-553.  
  • S. W. J. Kozlowski, Katherine Klein (2000), A multilevel approach to theory and research in organizations: Contextual, temporal, and emergent processes, Multilevel theory, research, and methods in organizations: Foundations, extensions, and new directions, 3-90.  
  • Katherine Klein, S. W. J. Kozlowski (2000), From micro to meso: Critical steps in conceptualizing and conducting multilevel research, Organizational Research Methods, 3: 211-236.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, L. Berman, M. Dickson (2000), May I work part-time? An exploration of predicted employer responses to employee requests for part-time work, Journal of Vocational Behavior, 57: 85-101.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, Robert J House (1995), On Fire: Charismatic leadership and levels of analysis, Leadership Quarterly, 6, 183 - 198.    Abstract