Jeanine Porck, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Management 373 Business Building Stillwater Campus 405-744-8635 (Phone) Curriculum vitae / Résumé

Jeanine Porck is an Assistant Professor in the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. She holds a Ph.D. from Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Her research interests include strategy process, intergroup relations, social identity, multiteam systems, and leadership. She studies the microfoundations of intrafirm relationships, where she is particularly interested in what helps or hinders teams to coordinate and align their efforts, and how these intrafirm relationships impact firm strategy and performance. Jeanine has published in Strategic Management Journal and has work forthcoming in the Academy of Management Journal and Journal of Management. She has presented her research at several Annual Meetings including the Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society and INGroup.


Ph D, Erasmus University RotterdamManagement2013
MS, Delft University of TechnologyIndustrial Design Engineering2008
BS, Delft University of TechnologyIndustrial Design Engineering2005


Jeanine P. Porck, F. K. Matta, J. R. Hollenbeck, J. K. Oh, K. Lanaj & S. M. Lee. "Social Identification in Multiteam Systems: The Role of Depletion and Task Complexity". Academy of Management Journal, (Forthcoming).

N. Y. Ates, M. Tarakci, Jeanine P. Porck, D. van Knippenberg & P. J. F. Groenen. "The Dark Side of Visionary Leadership in Strategy Implementation: Strategic Alignment, Strategic Consensus and Commitment". Journal of Management, (Forthcoming).

Jeanine P. Porck, D. van Knippenberg, M. Tarakci, N.Y. Ates, P.J.F. Groenen & M.A. de Haas. (2018). "Do Group and Organizational Identification Help or Hurt Intergroup Strategic Consensus?". Journal of Management,

M. Tarakci, N.Y. Ates, Jeanine P. Porck, D. van Knippenberg, P.J.F. Groenen & M. de Haas. (2014). "Strategic Consensus Mapping: A New Method for Testing and Visualizing Strategic Consensus Within and Between Teams". Strategic Management Journal, 35 (7), 1053-1069.