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Scott Johnson

Title: Dean's Professor in Management / Associate Professor
Department: Management and Entrepreneurship

Office: 3325 Gerdin Business Building
Phone number: (515) 294-2460

Selected Publications

  • Ridge J.W., Johnson, S., Hill, A. D. & Bolton, J. (2017) "The role of top management team attention in new product introductions", Journal of Business Research, 70:17-24.
  • Schnatterly, K., & Johnson, S. (2014) "Independent boards and the institutional investors that prefer them: Drivers of institutional investor heterogeneity in governance preferences", Strategic Management Journal ,
  • Harris, J., Johnson, S., & Souder, D. (2013) "Model-Theoretic Knowledge Accumulation: The Case of Agency Theory and Incentive Alignment", Academy of Management Review,
  • Johnson, S., Schnatterly, K. & Hill, A. (2013) "Board Composition beyond Independence: Social Capital, Human Capital and Demographics", Journal of Management,
  • Souder, D., Simsek, Z., & Johnson, S. (2012) "The Differing Effects of Agent and Founder CEOs on the Firm’s Market Expansion", Strategic Management Journal,
  • Johnson, S., Schnatterly, K., Bolton, J. & Tuggle, C. (2011) "Antecedents of New Director Social Capital", Journal of Management Studies,
  • DeGroot, T., Aime F., Johnson S. (2011) "Does Talking the Talk help Walking the Walk? An Examination of the Effect of Vocal Attractiveness in Leader Effectiveness", Leadership Quarterly,
  • Johnson, R., Schnatterly, K., Johnson, S., Chiu, S. (2010) "Institutional Investors and Institutional Environment: A Comparative Analysis and Review", Journal of Management Studies, 47 (8):1590-1613.
  • Maloney, M., Johnson, S., Zellmer-Bruhn, M. (2010) "Assessing Group-Level Constructs Under Missing Data Conditions: A Monte Carlo Simulation", Small Group Research , 41 (3):281-307.
  • Aime, F., Johnson, S., Hill, A. D., & Ridge, J. W. (2010) "The Routine May Be Stable but the Advantage is Not: Competitive Implications of Key Employee Mobility", Strategic Management Journal, 31 (1):75-87.