Associate Professor Tyler Okimoto TYLER G.
OKIMOTO is an Associate Professor in Management in the UQ Business School where he teaches courses on leadership, human resources, negotiation, and decision making in the Undergraduate, MBA, and Executive levels. in Social and Organisational Psychology from New York University in 2005, and worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher in the School of Psychology at Flinders University in Australia, and in the School of Management at Yale University. Dr. Okimoto's research tackles issues of social justice in organizations, politics, and society more broadly, particularly how biases in organisational and ethical decision making contribute to discrimination, unethical practices, injustice, and conflict within and between groups. In 2012 he was awarded the Early Career Researcher Award from the International Society for Justice Research for his contributions to the understanding of conflict and justice repair. He currently holds two major research grants studying the barriers preventing effective reconciliation and reintegration in the aftermath of workplace transgressions (SSHRC Grant, Canada), as well as following major socio political disputes (ARC Discovery). Women are still heavily under represented in the highest positions of power and influence. Part of this burberry belt outlet glass ceiling effect is driven by persisting gender stereotypes, stereotypes leading observers to judge burberry polo shirt outlet a male manager's legitimacy as a leader based on his effectiveness, while judging a female manager's legitimacy based on both effectiveness and social appeal/warmth. How can women effectively manage the balance between perceptions of warmth and competence? Why is there such a strong moral affective reaction against female leaders? What can organisations do to minimize burberry outlet online usa the prevalence of stereotype driven bias in their HRM practices? Conflict Management / Justice Restoration The experience of injustice and unfairness is inevitable in social, community, and organisational domains. Why and under what conditions do people prefer one response over another? How can we predict when different responses will be deemed acceptable and legitimate by victims, offenders, and third party observers? And what can organisational decision makers do to minimize the divergence in opinions about justice?Despite the apparent prevalence of greed and deception by organisational and political leaders, most people actually have both a keen understanding of what constitutes a fair and ethically appropriate decision, as well as the desire to act in a fair/ethical manner. But even with both the knowledge and motivation, people still make objectively unethical decisions. In practice, it is difficult to remain vigilant in suppressing the non conscious biases that colour our decisions, biases stemming from cultural stereotypes, ideologies, and intergroup dynamics. How do these unintended biases undermine our attempts to behave fairly and ethically? What can we do to avoid these decision making pitfalls, errors that ultimately undermine our ability to make effective and socially responsible decisions?The beliefs, attitudes, burberry baby and motivation of employees in organisations are affected by their level of organisational identification the extent to which they define themselves as members of the collective group. Ingroup bias in the enactment of organizational fairness. In: Martin Grimmer and Rob Hecker, Proceedings of the 27th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference: Managing from the Edge. ANZAM Conference 2013: 27th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Hobart, Australia, (). 4 6 December 2013.
The influence of offender amends and victim forgiveness on reintegration Okimoto, Tyler and Gromet, Dena (2013). The influence of offender amends and victim forgiveness on reintegration. In: Martin Grimmer and Rob Hecker, Proceedings of the 27th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference: Managing from the Edge.
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