Angelo DeNisi is Professor of Organizational Behavior, and Albert Cohen Chair in Business. Prior to coming to Tulane, he was the Head of the Management Department at Texas A&M University, and held faculty positions at Rutgers, The University of South Carolina and Kent State University. He has also taught credit and non-credit courses in Singapore, Santo Domingo, Kuala Lumpur, and Hong Kong. His research interests include performance appraisal, expatriate management, and work experiences of persons with disabilities, and it has been funded by the Army Research Institute, the National Science Foundation, and several state agencies. His work has been published in a number of top journals in our field, and his research has received awards from the OB and OCIS Divisions of the Academy, The Academy of Management Executive, and SIOP, and SIOP named him the co-winner of the 2005 Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award. He also serves, or has served on a number of Editorial Boards, including AMJ, AMR, JAP, Journal of Management, and Journal of Organizational Behavior, and he also served as and as Editor of the Academy of Management Journal.
In addition, Prof. DeNisi has published a book about his research entitled Cognitive Approach to Performance Appraisal: A Program of Research, as well as a textbook on Human Resource Management, which is co-authored with Ricky Griffin. He is co-editor (with Susan Jackson and Mike Hitt) of a SIOP Frontiers Volume entitled Managing Knowledge for Sustained Competitive Advantage, and is co-editor (with Arup Varma and Pawan Budhwar) of an edited volume entitled Performance Management Systems: A Global Perspective.
Prof. DeNisi is a Fellow of SIOP and the American Psychological Association, chaired several committees for SIOP, served two terms as Division 14 representative to APA Council, and was a member of the Committee on APA-Division Relations. He also served as President of SIOP. Prof. DeNisi is also a Fellow of the Southern Management Association and of the Academy of Management. He has served as the Chair of both the Organizational Behavior and the Human Resources Divisions of the Academy of Management. He has also served as President of the Academy of Management and is presently the Past-President.