Will Felps teaches and conducts research on a wide range of management-related topics. His research areas include: human resource management, leadership & motivation, team effectiveness, career management, measuring expertise, business ethics, and meta-science.
Will currently teaches Leadership to MBA students and teaches Foundations of Business Research to junior scholars.
Will's prior research has investigated a diverse range of topics, such as the negative effects of bad apple teammates, the contagion of quitting in organisations, how stakeholder cultures impact performance, the consequences of one’s moral identity, how institutional factors reinforce the IQ-job performance relationship, and why overqualified employees can't get hired. Will has also collaborated on a number of articles which use science mapping to review various fields, including human resources, careers, teams, adaptive performance, organisational behaviour, and management. Will's research has been published in academic outlets such as the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Vocational Behaviour, Human Resource Management Review, and Journal of Applied Psychology.
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