Mendoza School of Business


Craig Crossland

Rev. Basil Moreau, C.S.C. Associate Professor of Business, and Chair of the Management and Organization Department
Management & Organization
 574-631-0291
  102E/328 Mendoza College of Business
  • Biography
  • Background
  • Publications

Craig Crossland is the Rev. Basil Moreau, C.S.C. Associate Professor of Business, and Chair of the Management & Organization Department at the University of Notre Dame. He received his Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University. Craig's research is in the area of strategic management, with a focus on senior executives and their effects on organizational outcomes. His work has been published or is forthcoming in a range of outlets, including Academy of Management Journal, Management Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Strategic Management Journal. He is an associate editor at the Strategic Management Journal and a past chair of the Strategic Leadership & Governance interest group of the Strategic Management Society. Before entering academia, Craig worked as a physical therapist and in product development within the medical device industry. Craig is married to Theresa Foley, who is an assistant director of Notre Dame's ESTEEM graduate program; they have a young son, Patrick. Although Craig is a fan of college football, has some Irish heritage, and possesses a thick red beard, he maintains that any resemblance to the Notre Dame mascot is entirely coincidental.

Education
Ph D, Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A.
MBA, University College Dublin, Ireland
B.Phty, University of Queensland, Australia

Areas of Expertise
Strategic Leadership
Corporate Governance
Behavioral Strategy
Executive Characteristics and Experiences
Executive Succession

"That could have been me: Director deaths, CEO mortality salience, and corporate prosocial behavior", (With Guoli Chen, Sterling Huang), Management Science - Accepted (awaiting publication)

"Fast and rigorous: Configurational determinants of strategic decision-making balance", (With Viva Bartkus, Michael Mannor, Joanna Campbell), Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2018

"Do CEOs receive the pay they deserve? A new vantage on a familiar question", (With Adam Wowak, Michael Mannor), Management Research, 16, 2018


"Shareholder perceptions of the changing impact of CEOs: Market reactions to unexpected CEO deaths, 1950-2009", (With Timothy Quigley, Robert Campbell), Strategic Management Journal, 38, 2017

"Magnification and correction of the acolyte effect: Initial benefits and ex post settling up in NFL coaching careers", (With Martin Kilduff, Wenpin Tsai, Matthew Bowers), Academy of Management Journal, 59, 2016


"Female board representation and corporate acquisition intensity", (With Guoli Chen, Sterling Huang), Strategic Management Journal, 37, 2016

"Making the same mistake all over again: CEO overconfidence and corporate resistance to corrective feedback", (With Guoli Chen, Shuqing Luo), Strategic Management Journal, 36, 2015


"CEO career variety: Effects on firm-level strategic and social novelty", (With Jinyong Zyung, Nathan Hiller, Donald Hambrick), Academy of Management Journal, 57, 2014




"Multi-firm collaboration and international competitive dynamics", (With David Ketchen, Charles Snow), Thought leadership in advancing international business research (Palgrave MacMillan), 2008

"Organizational network perceptions versus reality: A small world after all?", (With Martin Kilduff, Wenpin Tsai, David Krackhardt), Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 107, 2008


"National institutions and managerial discretion: A taxonomy of 24 countries", Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2007

"Pathways of opportunity in dynamic organizational networks", (With Martin Kilduff, Wenpin Tsai), Complexity leadership Part 1: Conceptual foundations (Information Age Publishing), 2007