Christopher O.L.H. Porter
- Associate Professor of Management
- Randall L. Tobias Faculty Fellow of Leadership Excellence
- PhD, Michigan State University, 2001
- MS, Michigan State University, 1996
- BA, Morehouse College, 1991
- Associate Professor of Management, Texas A&M University
- Assistant Professor of Management, Texas A&M University
- Instructor of Management, Michigan State University
- Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency
- National Juvenile Detention Association, East Lansing, MI
Awards, Honors & Certifications
- Mays Research Fellow
- Montague – Center for Teaching Excellence Scholar
Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Entry, Team composition and dynamics, Training and Development
C. O. L. H. Porter, Gogus, C. I., & Yu, R. C. (2011), "The influence of early efficacy beliefs on teams’ reactions to failing to reach performance goals," Applied Psychology: An International Review.
C. O. L. H. Porter, Webb, J. W., & Gogus, C. I. (2010), "When goal orientations collide: Effects of learning and performance orientation on team adaptability in response to workload imbalance," Journal of Applied Psychology, 95(5), 935-943.
C. O. L. H. Porter, Gogus, C. I., & Yu, R. C. (2010), "When does teamwork translate into improved team performance? A resource allocation perspective," Small Group Research, 41(2), 221-248.
C. O. L. H. Porter (2005), "Goal orientation: Effects on backing up behavior, performance, efficacy, and commitment in teams," Journal of Applied Psychology, 90(4), 811-818.
C. O. L. H. Porter, Hollenbeck, J. R., Ilgen, D. R., Ellis, A. P. J., West, B. J., & Moon, H. (2003), "Backing up behaviors in teams: The role of personality and legitimacy of need," Journal of Applied Psychology, 88(3), 391-403.