Director of Undergraduate Programs in Organizational Leadership and Human Resources;
Associate Director, UC LEAF
Office: 4130H EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Stacie Furst-Holloway is interested in the impact of technology on individual and team-based work behaviors as well as the implications of balancing work and home demands in the virtual workplace. Her teaching interests include leadership, organizational behavior, and human resource management.
PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, 2004 (Management (Organizational Behavior)).
BA, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1991 (Journalism).
MBA, Villanova University, Villanova, PA, 1994 (Management).
2006-2013, Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
2003-2006, Assistant Professor, EJ Ourso College of Business, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA.
1998-2000, Consultant, Organizational Development and Strategic HR, Seed Restaurant Group, Lexington, KY.
1998-2003, PhD Student and Graduate Research Assistant, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.
1994-1998, Management of Organizational Development, Seed Restaurant Group, Lexington, KY.
08/20/2013 to Present, Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati.
Stacie Furst Holloway, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Center for Organizational Leadership and director of the BA in Organizational Leadership program. Dr. Furst received her doctorate in Management from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2004 and has more than eight years of industry experience working in the areas of Human Resource Management and Organizational Development. She joined the faculty at the University of Cincinnati in the Fall of 2006 after spending three years as an assistant professor in the E.J. Ourso College of Business at Louisiana State University. While at LSU, Dr. Furst received several faculty research grants to explore issues relating to cross-cultural management and in 2006 received the Excellence in Teaching Award from the College. Stacie teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in leadership, organizational behavior, and human resources. Her current research interests include virtual teams, gender and leadership issues, and the challenges of leading across cultures. Her research has appeared in leading management journals, including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Organizational Behavior, the Academy of Management Executive, and Human Resource Management. In addition to her research and teaching activities, Stacie frequently works as a consultant with organizations in the areas of virtual teaming, compliance management, and retention. Her past and current clients include GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Ernst and Young, and Virtual Global Technologies
(Collaborator) Holloway, Stacie; Howe, Steven, Support for the Consultation and Training Services of the VA National Center for Organization Development to the VA Office of Human Resources and Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs. (VA250-13-C-0058); $254,665.00. Date: 06/01/2013 to 05/31/2015. Status: Active.
(PI) Furst-Holloway, Developing our Research Capacity through Social Network Analysis Training, Faculty Development Council. 13,225. Date: 05/20/2013 to 05/20/2014. Status: Active.
(Collaborator) Holden, John; Holloway, Stacie; Howe, Steven; Jacquez, Farrah; Kallen, Rachel; Kloos, Adelheid; Mcleish, Alison; Richardson, Michael; Riley, Michael; Shear, Paula; Whitton, Sarah, REU Site: Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Complex Psychological Systems, National Science Foundation. (SMA-1263142); $255,714.00. Date: 02/15/2013 to 01/31/2016. Status: Active.
(Collaborator) Cushion, Melanie; Degen, Sandra; Ghia, Urmila; Hardcastle, Valerie; Holloway, Stacie; Howe, Steven; Kallen, Rachel; Ono, Santa, Leadership, Empowerment, and Advancement for STEM Women Faculty (LEAF) at UC, National Science Foundation. (HRD-1209169); $1,468,854.00. Date: 09/15/2012 to 08/31/2017. Status: Active.
(PI) Hollensbe, Elaine; Holloway, Stacie; Masterson, Suzanne, Investigating the Healthy Adoption of Mobile Communication Technologies to Manage Work Demands: Implications for HR and Beyond, SHRM Foundation. (SHRM Foundation Research Agreement); $80,000.00. Date: 08/01/2012 to 07/31/2014. Status: Active.
(Fellow) Boys, Chrobot-Mason, Dass, Fairhurst, Furst-Holloway, Hollensbe, and Masterson, Center for Organizational Leadership Fellows, Faculty Development Council: Interdisciplinary Research Grant. 20,000. Status: Active.
(PI) Hollensbe, Elaine; Holloway, Stacie; Masterson, Suzanne, Investigating the Healthy Adoption of Mobile Communication Technologies to Manage Work Demands: Implications for HR and Beyond, SHRM Foundation. (Project 152); $80,000.00. Date: 08/01/2012 to 12/31/2014. Status: Active.
Bergeron, D., Shipp, A., Rosen, B., & Furst, S. (2013). Organizational citizenship behavior and career outcomes: The costs of being a good citizen. Journal of Management, I39, 958-984.
Shipp, A., Furst-Holloway, S., Rosen, B., & Harris, B. Gone today but here tomorrow: Extending the unfolding model of turnover to consider Boomerang employees. In Press at Personnel Psychology.
Furst, S.A., & Reeves, M. 2008. Queens of the hill: Creative destruction and the emergence of women as organizational leaders. Leadership Quarterly, 19, 372-384
Furst, S.A. & Cable, D.M. 2008. Reducing employee resistance to change: Managerial influence tactics and leader-member exchange. The Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, 452-462
Rosen, B., Furst, S.A., & Blackburn, R.S. 2007. Six barriers to knowledge sharing in virtual teams. Organizational Dynamics, 36, 259-273
Rosen, B., Furst, S.A., & Blackburn, R.S. 2006. Training for virtual teams: An investigation of current practices and future needs. Human Resource Management, 45: 229-247
Furst, S.A., Reeves, M., Rosen, B., & Blackburn, R.S. 2004. Managing the lifecycle of virtual teams. Academy of Management Executive, 18(2): 6-20
Shapiro, D.L., Furst, S.A., Von Glinow, M.A., & Spreitzer, G. 2002. Transnational teams in the electronic age: Are team identity and high performance at risk? Journal of Organizational Behavior, 23: 455-467.
Furst, S.A., Blackburn, R., & Rosen, B. 1999. Virtual team effectiveness: A proposed research agenda. Information Systems Journal, 9: 249-269.
Furst, S.A. 2009. Middle managers as game changers: Strategies for reducing resistance and the role of LMX. In G.B. Graen and J.A. Graen (Eds.) Game changing designs: Research-based strategies. LMX Leadership: The Series, Vol. 7. Information Age Publishing.
Reeves, M. & Furst, S.A. 2004. Virtual teams and action learning in an executive education context. In S. Godar and S.P. Ferris (Eds.), Virtual and Collaborative Teams: Process, Technologies, and Practice, Idea Group Publishing: Hershey, PA
Blackburn, R.S., Furst, S.A., & Rosen, B. 2003. Virtual team KSAs: Selection, Training, and Evaluation of Virtual Team Members. In C. Gibson and S. Cohen (Eds), Creating Conditions for Effective Virtual Teams, Jossey Bass: San Francisco.
1998-to Present, Academy of Management.