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Gail Berger Darlow

Gail Berger Darlow

Adjunct Instructor, MS in Learning and Organizational Change Program
Assistant Professor of Instruction SESP, Undergraduate and MS in Learning and Organizational Change
Assistant Professor of Instruction, McCormick, Masters of Engineering Management
Assistant Professor of Instruction, Kellogg Management and Organizations


Biography

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 team building. Her research interests include organizational communication in the contexts of negotiation, performance appraisal, decision making and teamwork.

Curriculum Vitae

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Research/Scholarship

Education

Year Degree Institution
2003 PhD, Management and Organizations Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern
2002 MEd, Administration and Supervision Loyola University
2001 MS, Management and Organizations Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern
1997 BA/BS, Psychology and Elementary Education Boston University

Research Interests

Organizational communication in the contexts of negotiation, performance appraisal, and teamwork. In particular, Darlow 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.

Teaching/Advising

Courses

LOC 211

Introduction to Organization Theory & Practice Introduction to Organization Theory and Practice is an introductory course taught within the context of the School of Education and Social Policy as part of its Learning and Organizational Change (LOC) concentration. A basic premise of the course is that a fundamental process for improving people┐s lives and the institutions in which they live and work is the creation and sharing of knowledge. Learning is mediated by the context in which it occurs. This course pays special attention to organizations as a context and analyzes this context through different lenses of organizational theory. Throughout the course students will learn multiple frameworks for observing and analyzing organizations. Using these frameworks, the course will provide students with social science tools needed to analyze organizational problems and influence the actions of individuals, groups and organizations. Students will begin to understand how to best organize and motivate the human capital of the firm, manage social networks and alliances, and execute strategic change. This will be accomplished through knowledge of competitive decision-making, reward system design, team building, strategic negotiation, political dynamics and corporate culture.

MS_LOC 421

Advancing Learning and Performance Solutions

MS_LOC 461

Capstone 1: Intro to Research Methods



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