Faculty DirectoryGail Berger
Assistant Professor of Instruction in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences
Contact2145 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208-3109
Email Gail Berger
PhD 2003 Management and Organizations, Kellogg Graduate School of Management
MEd 2002 Administration and Supervision, Loyola University
MS 2001 Management and Organizations, Kellogg Graduate School of Management
BA/BS 1997 Psychology and Elementary Education, Boston University
Professor Berger's research interests include organizational communication in the contexts of negotiation, performance appraisal, decision making and teamwork. In particular, she explores how power differentials impact people's interpretation of messages, as well as message transmission. She also examines effective negotiation strategies and communication sharing in teams.
Gail Berger brings academic and professional experience in the areas of organizational behavior, conflict resolution and organizational leadership. After receiving her doctorate in Management and Organizations from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, she consulted to small firms and Fortune 500 companies in the areas of executive assessments, leadership development, and teambuilding.
- IEMS 424 - Leadership and Organizational Behavior
- IEMS 429 - Negotiations for Engineers
McGrath, C., & Berger, G. (2015). Sticking to the script: Employee identification and brand representation. Management Education: An International Journal, 14(3-4), 1-16.
Harrington, B., Berger, G., & Douthit, M. (2013). Employee Perceptions of CSR: Critical Factors for Boosting CSR Participation. In, J.H. Westover (Ed), Socially Responsible and Sustainable Business around the Globe (80 - 96). Champaign, Illinois: Common Ground.
Harrington, B., Berger, G., & Douthit, M. (2010). Self-Construal and Positioning of CSR Initiatives: Key Factors Influencing Employee Perceptions and Participation. The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 6(5), 211-226.
Medvec, V.H., Berger, G., Liljenquist K., & Neale, M (2004) Is a meeting worth the time? Research on Managing Groups and Teams, volume 6.
Savitsky, K., Gilovich, T., Berger, G., & Medvec V. (2003) Is our absence as conspicuous as we think?: Overestimating the salience and impact of one’s absence from a group. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 39, 386-392
Berger, G. & Waikar, S. (2010). Creating a Culture of Empowerment and Accountability at St. Martin de Porres High School. Kellogg Case Collection.
Kern, M. & Berger, G. (not published). Negotiation Ethics Case: Papa Pagone’s Pizzeria