Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri

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Arthur G. Jago

Professor Emeritus
Management

He came to the University of Missouri from the University of Houston where he held the Baker Hughes Professorship of Business Administration. His teaching and research interests include leadership and managerial decision-making. His publications have appeared in twenty-four different journals and edited volumes. Additionally, he has authored (with V. Vroom) The New Leadership: Managing Participation in Organizations, originally published by Prentice-Hall and subsequently translated into German, Spanish, and Korean. He is a member of the Academy of Management, the Decision Sciences Institute, American Psychological Association, Society for Industrial Organizational Psychologists, and has served on the editorial board of Journal of Applied Psychology and now serves on the editorial board of The Journal of Management. He was the 1972 recipient of the Northwestern University Technological Institute Alumni Award and seven teaching and research awards at the University of Houston. He was twice a Guest Professor at the Johannes Kepler Universität, Austria under the terms of two Senior Fulbright Awards (1984 and 1992). He has lectured throughout the United States and in ten foreign countries.

Education: 

B.S.M.E. Northwestern University, 1972; M. Phil. Yale University, 1975; Ph.D. Yale University, 1977.

Publications

Journal Articles

Vroom, V.H. & Jago, A.G. (2007).  The role of situation in leadership.  American Psychologist, 62. 17-24.

Vroom, V.H. & Jago, A.G. (1998).  On interdependence and levels of analysis.  In F. Yammarino & F. Dansereau (Eds.), Leadership:  The multiple-level approaches.  Greenwich, CT:  JAI Press, 183-189.

Reber, G. & Jago, A.G. (1997).  Festgemauert in der Erde.... Eine Studie zur Veränderung oder Stabilität des Führungsverhaltens von Managern in Deutschland, Frankreich, Österreich, Polen, Tschechien und der Schweiz zwischen 1989 und 1996.  In R.G. Klimecki & A. Remer (Eds.), Personal als Strategie: Mit flexiblen und lernbereiten Human-Ressourcen Kernkompetenzen aufbauen.  Berlin:  Luchterhand, 158-184.

Jago, A.G., Mączyński, J., & Reber, G., Böhnisch, W. (1996).  Evolving leadership styles?:  A comparison of polish managers before and after market economy reforms.  Polish Psychological Bulletin, 27, 107-115.

Jago, A. G. (1995). Fuhrungsforschung/Fuhrung in Nordamerika. In A. Kieser, G. Reber, & R. Wunderer (Eds.), Handworterbuch der Fuhrung. Stuttgart: Schaffer-Poeschel Verlag, 619-638.

Jago, A. G. (1995). Participation in decision making: Normative models of leader behavior. Workplace Topics, 4(2), 105-120.

Vroom, V.H., & Jago, A.G. (1995).  Situation effects and levels of analysis in the study of leader participation.  Leadership Quarterly, 6, 169-181.  Reprinted in F. Dansereau & F. Yammarino (1998), Leadership:  The multiple-level approaches.  Greenwich, CT:  JAI Press, 145-159.

Jago, A.G., Reber, G., Bohnisch, W., Maczynski, J., Zavrel, J. & Dudorkin, J. (1995). Interkulturelle Unterschiede im Fuhrungsverhalten. In A. Kieser, G. Reber, & R. Wunderer (Eds.), Handworterbuch der Fuhrung. Stuttgart: Schaffer-Verlag, 1226-1239.

Jago, A. G. (1995). Fuhrungstheorien - Vroom/Yetton-Modell. In A. Kieser, G. Reber, & R. Wunderer (Eds.), Handworterbuch der Fuhrung. Stuttgart: Schaffer-Verlag, 1058-1075.

Vroom, V.H., & Jago, A.G. (1994). The new leadership: Managing participation in organizations [The new leadership: Managing participation in organizations, Ki Bok Baik & Nam-Hyen Kim, Trans.]. Seoul: Maeil Kyungje - The Economic Daily. (Original work published 1988)

Maczynski, J., Jago, A. G., Reber, G., & Bohnisch, W. (1994). Culture and leadership styles: A comparison of Polish, Austrian, and U.S. managers. Polish Psychological Bulletin, 25, 303-315.

Dudorkin, J., Zavrel, J., Jago, A. G., Reber, G., & Bohnisch, W. (1994, January). Vliv kulturn?o prostred?na volbu rozhodovac? strategie. Strategie, pp. 48-49.

Jago, A. G. (1994). [Review of Leadership and information processing: Linking perceptions and performance]. Administrative Science Quarterly, 39, 345-349.

Maczynski, J., Jago, A. G., Reber, G., Bohnisch, W. (1993). Styl kierowania lud mi polskich i austriackich mened erow [Leadership style of Polish and Austrian managers]. Organizacja i Kierowanie [Organization and Management], 73(3), 71-87.

Maczynski, J., Jago, A. G., Reber, G., Bohnisch, W. (1993). Styl kierowania lud mi polskich, austriackich i amerykanskich mened erow [Leadership style of Polish, Austrian and U.S. managers]. Przeglad psychologiczny [The review of psychology], 36(1), 65-80.

Reber, G., Jago, A. G., & Bohnisch, W. (1993). Interkulturelle Unterschiede im Fuhrungsverhalten. In M. Haller, K. Bleicher, E. Brauchlin, H.J. Pleitner, R. Wunderer, & A. Zund (Eds.), Globalisierung der Wirtschaft: Einwirkungen auf die Betriebswirtschaftslehre (pp. 217-241). Bern, Switzerland: Verlag Paul Haupt.

Jago, A. G. (1991). Expert systems in leadership. In L. J. Heinrich, G. Pomberger, & R. Schauer (Eds.), Die Informationswirtschaft im Unternehmen (pp. 157-172). Linz, Austria: Universitatsverlag Rudolf Trauner.

Vroom, V. H., & Jago, A. G. (1991). Flexible Fuhrungsentscheidungen: Management der Partizipation in Organisationen [The new leadership: Managing participation in organizations, H. Reber, Trans.]. Stuttgart: C.E. Poeschel Verlag. (Original work published 1988)

Jago, A. G., & Vroom, V. H. (1989). Vom Vroom/Yetton- zum Vroom/Jago- Fuhrungsmodell: Neue Uberlegungen zur Partizipation in Organisationen. Die Betriebswirtschaft, 49(1), 5-17.

Jago, A. G., (in press) A contrarian view: Culture and participative management, European Management Journal