Faculty – Tony Lingham

TonyLingham - Associate Professor, Organizational Behavior

Associate Professor, Organizational Behavior

tony.lingham@case.edu
(216) 368-2138

Initially Appointed: 2003

Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, 2004
M.A., University of Houston, 2001
B.A., University of Houston, 1997
B.S., University of Houston, 1997
Diploma, LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts, 1993
Diploma, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, 1982


Interests and Courses

Research

Team Learning and Development: Team Interaction; Team Leadership; Team Coaching
Qualitative Research: Research Design and Analysis using Thematic Analysis and Grounded Theory
Quantitative Research: Multivariate research and data analysis using SPSS, Multi-level research and data analysis using SAS, Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Structural Equation Modeling research design and analysis using AMOS and SPSS, Measurement Theory and Methods including Scale Development

Teaching

Organizational Behavior, Leadership Assessment and Development, Experiential Learning and Learning Flexibility, Team/Group Learning and Development, Leading Teams and Effective Team Membership, Executive Coaching, Global/International Management, General Management, Human Value in Organizations (individual, interpersonal, groups, and organizational), The Creative Pricess in Organizing, Appreciative Inquiry and Appreciative Leadership, Organization Change and Management, Quantitative and Qualitative Research Design, Methods and Analyses

Recent Courses and Syllabi

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Selected Publications

  • TIM, S. C., Lyytinen, K. J., Lingham, T., EUGENE, P. (2013).
    How Hackers Think: A Study of Cybersecurity Experts and Their Mental Models.(Working Paper No. 3.3) Social Science Research Network (SSRN).
  • Hensler, P., Lingham, T., Perelli, S. (2013).
    Learning from Disruptive Market Events: A Study of Financial Advisor Behavior. (vol. 4, issue 1, pp. 12-32). International Journal of Management and Business: The International Journal of Management and Business..
  • LAURIE, B. A., Lingham, T., Lyytinen, K. J. (2013).
    Change and Discomfort in Academia: How Far Should We Stretch in Our Readiness for Change? (Working Paper No. 8.3) Social Science Research Network (SSRN).
  • Haeger, D. L., Lingham, T. (2013).
    Intergenerational Collisions and Leadership in the 21st Century. (vol. 11, issue 3, pp. 286-303). Journal of Intergenerational Relationships.
  • Lyytinen, K. J., Lingham, T., Chua, J. (2013).
    Vision, Experiment, and Learn: How to Innovate Radically in CE/IT Industries in the Era of Pervasive Digitalization (vol. 15, issue 4, pp. 341-365). Int. J. Business Environment, .
  • Charas, S., Lingham, T. (2013).
    Evaluating Your Board as a Team. (pp. 15-18). The Corporate Board.
  • Hensler, P., Lingham, T., Perelli, S. (2012).
    Learning from Disruptive Market Events: A Study of Financial Advisor Behavior. International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB).
  • Lingham, T. (2010).
    A Learning Needs Theory of Motivation (vol. 4, issue 8, pp. 103-115). Gliwice: Organization and Management.
  • Lingham, T. (2010).
    Minimizing Corruption in Organizations: Harnessing the Value of Teams. Academy of Science Commission Regional Departure Katowice.
  • Rezania, D., Lingham, T. (2009).
    Towards a Method to Disseminate Knowledge from the Post Project Review (vol. 7, pp. 172-177). Knowledge Management Research & Practice.
  • Rezania, D., Lingham, T. (2009).
    Coaching IT Project teams: A design Toolkit (vol. 2, issue 4, pp. 577-590). International Journal of Managing Projects in Business.
  • Zhang, Y., Dolan, S., Lingham, T., Altman, Y. (2009).
    International Strategic Human Resource Management: A Comparative Case Analysis of Spanish Firms in China. (vol. 5, issue 2, pp. 195-222). Management and Organization Review.
  • Lingham, T., Suarez-Barraza, M. F. (2008).
    Kaizen within Kaizen Teams: Continuous and process improvements in a Spanish municipality. (vol. 9, issue 1, pp. 1-21). Asian Journal of Quality.
  • Dolan, S., Richley, B. A., Garcia, S., Lingham, T. (2008).
    Management by Values (MBV): Culture redesign for managing organizational complexity in a global economy. European Business Forum.
  • Lingham, T. (2008). In Stewart R. Clegg and James R. Bailey (Ed.),
    Experiential Learning Theory (pp. 487-492). Thousand Oaks, CA: International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies (Sage Publications).
  • Suarez-Barraza, M., Lingham, T. (2007).
    Kaizen within Kaizen Teams: Continuous and process improvements in a Spanish municipality Linkoping Electronic Conference Proceedings.
  • Richley, B., Lingham, T. (2007).
    A Time to Build: Strategically linking positive and conventional change methodologies to develop leadership capacity (vol. 39, issue 1, pp. 5-11). OD PRACTITIONER.
  • Richley, B. A., Lingham, T. (2007).
    A Time to Build: Strategically linking positive and conventional change methodologies to develop leadership capacity. (vol. 39, issue 1, pp. 5-11). ODPRACTITIONER.
  • Dolan, S., Lingham, T. (2007).
    Fundamentals of International Organizational Behavior Oxford and New Delhi: Chandos Publishing (Oxford) and Sara Books Pvt. Ltd..
  • Dolan, S. L., Richley, B. A., Garcia, S., Lingham, T. (2006).
    Management by Values (MBV): Culture redesign for managing organizational complexity in a global economy. European Business Forum (online).
  • Boyatzis, R. E., Bilimoria, D., Godwin, L., Hopkins, M., Lingham, T. (2006). In R. Gross, Y. Neria, R. Marshall, and E. Susser (Ed.),
    Mental Health in the Wake of Terrorist Attacks: Effective leadership in extreme crisis (pp. 197-214). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Lingham, T., Richley, B. A., Rezania, D. (2006).
    An Evaluation System for Training Programs: A case study using a four-phase approach (vol. 11, issue 4, pp. 334-351). Career Development International Journal.
  • Lingham, T. (2004).
    Developing a Measure for Conversational Spaces in Teams Cleveland, OH: Case Western Reserve University.
  • Lyytinen, K. J., Lingham, T.
    Experimentation and Bold Thinking: Realizing Breakthrough Radical Innovations in CE/IT Industries AoM 2012, Annual Meeting.
  • Lingham, T.
    Learning from Disruptive Market Events: A Study of Financial Advisor Behavior. IAMB International Conference, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Petty, G. M., Dolanksy, M. A., Hickman, R., Lingham, T.
    Nursing Student Team Coaching, Function and Performance Journal of Nursing Education.
  • Lingham, T., Branch, L. A.
    Successful Alignment of MBA Curriculum: A Product of Attentional Change. Academy of Management.
  • Laurie, B. A., Lingham, T.
    Successful Alignment of MBA Curriculum: A Product of Attentional Change. The Academy of Management Conference Proceedings.
  • Chuang, J., Lyytinen, K. J., Lingham, T.
    Vision, Experiment, and Learn: How to innovate radically in CE/IT industries in the era of pervasive digitalization. (vol. 5, issue 4, pp. 341-365). International Journal of Business Environment.
  • Lingham, T., Richley, B. A., Serlavos, R. S.
    Measuring and Mapping Team Interaction: A cross-cultural comparison of US and Spanish MBA teams. (vol. 16, issue 1, pp. 5-27). Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal.


Presentations

  • Lingham, T. 9th European Crohn’s and Colitis Organization (ECCO) Conference, "Learning Styles, Learning Needs, Networking and Negotiation Skills", ECCO, Copenhagen, Denmark. (2014).
  • Richley, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Lingham, T. (Presenter & Author), Madden, J. (Presenter & Author), Wall, J. (Presenter & Author) Academy of Management Conference, ""Service Learning using an Action Learning Approach to Inspire a Better World", Academy of Managment, Orlando, Florida. (2013).
  • Lingham, T., Haeger, D. L. Academy of Management Conference, "Career and Life Fusion: The Shift Created in a Multi-generational Workforce Impacted by Technology. ", Academy of Management, Orlando, Florida. (2013).
  • Lingham, T. Society for Strategy in Latin America (SLADE) Conference, "“Developing High Impact Adaptative Teams in Organizations to contribute to effective strategic implementation”.", SLADE, Buenos Aires, Argentina. (2013).
  • Cola, P. (Presenter & Author), Whitehouse, P. J. (Author Only), Lingham, T. (Author Only) CWRU Research Showcase, "The “People” in Science: Identifying Lived Experiences of Physician Scientists in Academic Medical Centers.", CWRU, Cleveland OH. (2013).
  • Coidarkis-Barss, C. (Presenter & Author), Lingham, T. (Author Only), Young, J. (Author Only) Midwest Academy of Management Conference, "Inter-professional Teams: Exploring factors that contribute to functioning and success in a national award winning center in healthcare. ", Academy of Management, Chicago, IL. (2012).
  • Branch, L. A., Lingham, T., Lyytinen, K. J. Third Annual International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, "Change and Discomfort in Academia: How Far Should We Stretch in Our Readiness for Change? ", Engaged Management Scholarship, Atlanta, GA. (2012).
  • Summers, T. C., Lyytinen, K. J., Lingham, T., Pierce, E. A. Third Annual International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, "How Hackers Think: A Study of Cybersecurity Experts and Their Mental Models.", Engaged Management Scholarship, Atlanta, GA. (2012).
  • Haeger, D. (Presenter & Author), Lingham, T. (Presenter & Author) Academy of Management, "Emerging Patterns in 21st Century Leadership: An Exploration of Generational Normative Collisions. ", Academy of Management, Boston, MA. (2012).
  • Branch, L. (Presenter & Author), Lingham, T. (Presenter & Author) Academy of Management, "Successful Alignment of MBA Curriculum: A Product of Attentional Change. ", Academy of Management, Boston, MA. (2012).
  • Grooms, H. (Presenter & Author), Lingham, T. (Presenter & Author) Academy of Management, "The Experience of Systems: The Centrality of Perception in Healthcare Quality and Cost Management.", Academy of Management, Boston, MA. (2012).
  • Philipp, H., Lingham, T., Perelli, S. International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB) Conference, "Learning from Disruptive Market Events: A Study of Financial Advisor Behavior. ", IAMB, Warsaw, Poland. (2012).
  • Lingham, T. (Author Only), Perelli, S. (Author Only), Weaver, G. (Presenter & Author) 18th Annual Conference of ASBBS, "From Esteem to Stigma: The Effect of the Financial Crisis on Banker Engagement", ASBBS, Las Vegas, NV. (2011).
  • Lingham, T. (Author Only), Perelli, S. (Author Only), Mwangi, R. (Presenter & Author) Annual Meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association (MWERA), "The Role of School Leadership in Students’ Achievement in Mathematics in Kenya", MWERA, Columbus, Ohio. (2010).
  • Richley, B. A. (Presenter Only), Lingham, T. (Presenter Only) Academy of Management, "Care-based Practices: An emergent conversation on creating and sustaining care in action. ", Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada. (2010).
  • Whitehouse, P. J., Whitehouse, C., Richley, B. A., Lingham, T., Schiller, M., Willoughby, G. World Appreciative Inquiry Summit, "Intergenerativity: learning between and among to create the sustainable beyond", Fowler Center, Kathmandu Nepal. (2009).
  • Lingham, T. INGRoup Conference, "An Experiential Approach to Team Interaction: Developing a measure to capture its diverse dimensions and aspects", INGRoup Network, Colorado Springs, CO. (2009).
  • Lingham, T., Richley, B. A., Soler, C. Academy of Management, "Experience of organizational change: The significance of conversations across levels. ", Academy of Management, Honolulu, Hawaii. (2005).
  • Lingham, T., Richley, B. A., Royo, C. Academy of Management, "T-groups revisited: The significance of sensitivity training to managerial learning and development for the 21st century. ", Academy of Management, Honolulu, Hawaii. (2005).
  • Lingham, T., Serlavos, R., Richley, B. A. European Academy of Management, "Conversational spaces in teams: An exploratory cross-cultural study of American and Spanish MBA teams.", European Academy of Management, Munich, Germany. (2005).
  • Lingham, T., Richley, B. A., Calabretta, G., Espanyo, J., Hohberger, J., Rezania, D., Straub, C., Suarez-Barraza, M. European Academy of Management, "The hedgehog, the fox, but not the magister’s pox: Theorizing about the creative process in organizational research drawing from the experience of scientists and artists. ", European Academy of Management, Munich, Germany. (2005).
  • Richley, B. A., Lingham, T. Academy of Management, "Examining a gendered culture: Individual and institutional factors impacting women’s desired futures.", Academy of Management, New Orleans, LA. (2004).


Academic and Professional Activities

  • Interdisciplinary Group Research Network . 2009 - Present
  • European Mentoring and Coaching Council. 2005 - Present
  • Academy of Management. 1998 - Present
  • Reader of Names, WSOM, 2014 - Present
  • Faculty Director, WSOM, 2014
  • Moderator and Speaker, American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) of Northeast Ohio Chapter, Cleveland, OH, 2014
  • Faculty Director, WSOM, 2013
  • Faculty Consultant and Individual/Team Coach, Center for International Affairs, 2013 - Present
  • Creating a Learning Institute, ITS Division, Case Western Reserve University, 2013 - Present
  • Faculty Consultant and Individual/Team Coach, ITS Division, Case Western Reserve University, 2013 - Present
  • Faculty Consultant and Individual/Team Coach, University Registrar's Office, 2013 - Present
  • Faculty Co-Trainer, Department of Human Resources, 2013 - 2014
  • Committee Member, PhD Admissions Committee, 2012 - 2013
  • Faculty Director, WSOM, 2012
  • Team Coach, Graduate Student Affairs and Marketing Team, 2012
  • Faculty Co-Trainer, Department of Human Resources, 2012 - 2013
  • Team Coach, I-LEAD Project, 2012
  • Presenter, Lubrizol, Wickliffe, OH, 2012 - Present
  • Faculty Trainer and Presenter, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 2012 - Present
  • Faculty Instructor, Department of Organizaitonal Behavior, 2011
  • Faculty Director of the Part Time MBA Program, Dean's Office, 2011 - Present
  • Faculty Director, WSOM, 2011
  • Trainer and Consultant, Case Human Resources , 2011 - Present
  • Trainer and Consultant, Case ITS Division, 2011 - Present
  • Faculty Co-Trainer, Department of Human Resources, 2011 - 2012
  • Consultant and Trainer, Case Human Resources, 2011
  • Faculty Trainer, Women Staff Leadership Development Initiative, 2011
  • Facilitator, Weatherhead Executive Education, 2010
  • Committee Member, Student Experience Committee, 2010
  • Faculty Director, ESADE EMBA, 2010
  • Faculty Director, WSOM, 2010
  • Faculty Co-Instructor, Case Human Reources, 2010 - 2011
  • Workshop Organizer, Wilson Healthcare Cooperative, 2010 - 2011
  • Faculty Co-Trainer, Department of Human Resources, 2010 - 2011
  • Consultant, Case Human Resources , 2010 - 2011
  • Keynote Speaker, National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA), 2010
  • Workshop Organizer, Women Staff Leadership Development Initiative (WSLDI), 2010
  • Faculty Trainer, Weatherhead Exectuive Education/Developing Healthy and Successful Teams/ Open Program, 2010 - Present
  • Committee Member, PhD Admissions Committee, 2009 - 2010
  • Faculty, MPOD Program, 2009
  • Faculty Intstructor, Department of Organizational Behavior, 2009
  • Instructor, ORBH Seminar, 2009
  • Faculty Advisor, Organizational Development Club, 2009 - 2011
  • Committee Member, PhD Admissions Committee, 2009 - 2010
  • Faculty Director, WSOM, 2009
  • Faculty Director, WSOM, 2008
  • Editorial Review Board Member, KCA Journal of Business Management, 2008 - Present
  • Faculty Director, WSOM, 2007
  • Editorial Review Board Member, Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, Emerald Group Publishing, 2007 - Present
  • Committee Member, PhD Admissions Committee, 2006 - 2007


Awards

  • Doctoral Teaching and Mentoring Award, WSOM. (2013).
  • Doctoral Teaching Excellence Award Nominee, WSOM. (2012).
  • Doctoral Teaching Excellence Award Nominee, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University. (2011).
  • Teaching Excellence Award Nominee, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University. (2010).
  • Teaching Excellence Award Nominee, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University. (2009).



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