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«EDUCATION Purdue University Doctor of Philosophy, May 2004 Major: Organizational Behavior Minor: Human Resource Management Dissertation: Connecting ...»

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ALISON COOK JULY, 2016 CURRICULUM VITAE

Department of Management Tel: 435-797-7654

Jon M. Huntsman School of Business Fax: 435-797-1091

Utah State University Cell: 801-815-9699

Logan, UT 84322-3555 Email:alison.cook@usu.edu

EDUCATION

Purdue University

Doctor of Philosophy, May 2004 Major: Organizational Behavior Minor: Human Resource Management Dissertation: Connecting Work-family Policies to Supportive Work Environments Weber State University Secondary Education Teaching Certification, December 1996 Major: Business Education Minor: Marketing University of Utah Bachelor of Science, June 1992 Major: Finance

PEER- REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

*Both authors contributed equally to the paper. For convenience, they have been listed alphabetically or have alternated author order.

1. Glass, C., Cook, A., & Ingersoll, A. (forthcoming). Do women leaders promote sustainability? Analyzing the effect of corporate governance composition on environmental performance. Business Strategy and the Environment 2. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2016). Does corporate leadership composition affect the adoption of LGBT-friendly policies? Human Relations, 69, 1431-1456.

3. *Glass, C. & Cook, A. (2016). Leading at the top: Understanding women’s challenges above the glass ceiling. The Leadership Quarterly, 27, 51-63.

**featured in the London School of Economics’ USApp—Social Sciences for Business, Markets and Enterprise blog 4. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2015a). Diversity begets diversity? The effects of board composition on the appointments and success of women CEOs. Social Science Research, 53, 137-147.

5. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2015b). The power of one or power in numbers? Analyzing the effect of minority leaders on organizational policy and practice. Work and Occupations, 42, 183-215.

** featured in the London School of Economics’ USApp—American Politics and Policy blog 6. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2015c). Do minority leaders affect corporate practice?

Analyzing the effect of leadership composition on governance and product development. Strategic Organization, 13, 117-140.

7. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2014a). Above the glass ceiling: When are women and racial/ethnic minorities promoted to CEO? Strategic Management Journal, 35, 1080-1089.

** included by Strategic Management Journal in a compendium in celebration of International Women’s Day, 2014 (one of only five articles over a fifteen-year period selected) ** featured on Harvard Business Review’s Daily Stat, 6/2

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8. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2014b). Signaling diversity and increasing share value:

Conflicting, complementary, or unrelated goals? Human Resource Development Quarterly, 25, 471-491.

** Western Academy of Management Conference Best Paper Nominee 9. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2014c). Women and top leadership positions: Toward an institutional analysis. Gender, Work, & Organization, 21, 91-103.

10. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2014d). Analyzing promotions of racial/ethnic minority CEOs. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 29, 440-454.

11. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2013). Glass cliffs and organizational saviors: Barriers to minority leadership in work organizations. Social Problems, 60, 168-187.

12. DelCampo, R., Cook, A., & Arthur, M.M. (2013). Cultural differences in workfamily policies and perceptions of organizational support. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal.

13. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2011a). Leadership change and shareholder value: How markets react to the appointments of women. Human Resource Management, 50, 501-519.

14. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2011b). Does diversity damage corporate value? Measuring stock price reactions to diversity awards. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 34, 2173Cook, A. & Callister, R.R. (2010). Increasing positive perceptions of diversity for religious conservative students. Creative Education, 1, 93-100.

16. Minnotte, K.L., Cook, A., & Minnotte, M. (2010). Occupation and industry sex segregation, gender, and workplace support: The use of flexible scheduling policies. Journal of Family Issues, 31, 656-680.

17. Cook, A. (2009). Connecting work-family policies to supportive work environments.

Group & Organization Management, 34, 206-240.

18. *Arthur, M.M. & Cook, A. (2009). Shareholder returns for a Catalyst Award. Group & Organization Management, 34, 432-448.

19. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2009a). When markets blink: Stock price responses to the appointment of minority leaders. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 32, 1183-1202.

** featured in Contexts, a journal of the American Sociological Association 20. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2009b). Between a rock and a hard place: Managing diversity in a shareholder society. Human Resource Management Journal, 19. 393-412.

21. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2009c). But can s/he lead? Market assessments of Black leadership in corporate America. Journal of Workplace Rights, 13, 337-351.

** Western Academy of Management Conference Best Paper Nominee

22. Wood, R.E., Goodman, J.S., Beckmann, N., & Cook, A. (2008). Mediation testing in management research: A review and proposals. Organizational Research Methods, 11, 270-295.

23. Cook, A. & Minnotte, K.L. (2008). Occupational and industry sex segregation and the work-family interface. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 59, 800-813.





24. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2008). The impact of LGBT policies on ethnic/racial and gender diversity among business school faculty. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 1, 193-199.

25. Arthur, M.M. & Cook, A. (2004). Taking stock of work-family initiatives: How announcements of “family-friendly” human resource decisions affect shareholder value. Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 57, 599-613.

26. Cook, A. (2004). Corporate decision-making process: How organizations decide to adopt work/life initiatives. Sloan Work and Family Research, http://www.wfnetwork.bc.edu/.

PUBLICATIONS IN STATE-OF-THE-ART REVIEW VOLUMES

*Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2012). Managing diversity in a shareholder society. In Michele Paludi’s (ed.) Managing Diversity in Today’s Workplace. Praeger.

Arthur, M.M. & Cook, A. (2003). The relationship between work-family human resource practices and firm profitability: A multi-theoretical perspective. Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management, 22, 219-252.

INVITED PUBLICATIONS

Glass, C. & Cook, A. (2016). Women are more likely than men to be appointed CEO of firms in crisis. The London School of Economics and Political Science Blog on Social Sciences for Business, Markets and Enterprises.

http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/businessreview/2016/05/10/women-are-more-likely-thanmen-to-be-appointed-ceo-of-firms-in-crisis/ Glass, C., Cook, A. & Ingersoll, A. (forthcoming). Women and minority CEOs: When are they appointed and what difference do they make? The American Middle Class: An Economic Encyclopedia of Progress and Poverty, edited by Robert Rycroft. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press.

*Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2014). Diverse boards, rather than CEOs, are key to advancing equity and diversity in companies. The London School of Economics and Political Science Blog on American Politics and Policy.

http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/usappblog/2014/11/25/diverse-boards-rather-than-ceos-arekey-to-advancing-equity-and-diversity-in-companies/

Reposted on The Big I.D.E.A. Site (sponsored by Diversity Jobs in the UK):

http://www.thebigidea.co.uk/diverse-boards-rather-ceos-key-advancing-equitydiversity-companies/ *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2014). In Jill Abramson’s firing, was the ‘glass cliff’ to blame?

The Huntsman Blog. http://www.huntsmanschool.blogspot.com/2014/05/in-jillabramsons-firing-was-glass.html *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (2014). USU Research Sheds Light on Firing at NYTimes. The Huntsman Post, June edition.

RESEARCH UNDER REVIEW

*Glass, C. & Cook, A. Appointment of racial/ethnic minority directors: Ethnic matching or visibility threat? (conditional acceptance, Social Science Research) *Glass, C. & Cook, A. Do women leaders promote change? Analyzing the effect of gender on business practices and diversity initiatives (under review, Human Resource Management) Ingersoll, A., Cook, A., & Glass, C. Excellence at what cost? The consequences of supply chain management rankings (under review, Journal of Business Logistics) Ingersoll, A., Glass, C., Cook, A., & Olsen, K.J. Power, status, and expectations: How narcissism manifests among women CEOs (revise & resubmit, The Leadership Quarterly)

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

*Cook, A. & Glass, C. Perceptions of white and racial/ethnic minority female leaders: A content analysis.

*Glass, C. & Cook, A. A content analysis of the Fortune 500 CEOs: Do differences exist between men and women prior to appointment.

*Glass, C. & Cook, A. Interviews with top non-traditional leaders: Facilitators and hindrances of career progression.

*Cook, A. & Glass, C. Gender composition in top leadership teams and CEO compensation.

Ingersoll, A. Glass, C., & Cook, A. Senior executive and board composition influence on supply chain excellence.

PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

1. *Glass, C. & Cook, A. (August, 2015). Women leaders in the Fortune 500: Paths to top management. Symposium paper presented at the National Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

2. Glass, C., Cook, A., & Ingersoll, A. (March, 2015). Do women leaders promote sustainability? Analyzing the effect of corporate governance composition on environmental performance. Presented at the Western Academy of Management Conference, Kauai, HI.

3. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (August, 2014). Promotion and Success of Women and Minority Leaders: The Impact of Board Diversity. Presented at the National Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

4. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (August, 2014). Women and Minority CEOs: Measuring the Effect of Board Diversity on Promotion and Success. Presented at the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA.

5. * Cook, A. & Glass, C. (June, 2013). Glass cliffs, bold moves, and corporate saviors:

Under what conditions are non-traditional leaders promoted to CEO? Presented at the European Academy of Management Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.

6. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (March, 2013). Women and top leadership positions: Toward an institutional analysis. Presented at the Western Academy of Management Conference, Santa Fe, NM.

7. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (August, 2012). Beyond the glass ceiling to the glass cliff?

Analyzing the promotion of racial/ethnic minority CEOs. Presented at the National Academy of Management Conference, Boston, MA.

8. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (August, 2012). Beyond the glass ceiling to the glass cliff?

Analyzing the promotion of racial/ethnic minority CEOs. Presented at the American Sociological Association, Denver, CO.

9. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (March, 2012). Signaling diversity and increasing share value:

Conflicting, complementary, or unrelated goals? Presented at the Western Academy of Management Conference, La Jolla, CA.

**WAM 2012 Best Paper Nominee** 10. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (March, 2011). Glass cliffs and organizational saviors:

Barriers to minority leadership in work organizations. Presented at the Western Academy of Management Conference, Victoria, BC.

11. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (March, 2009). But can s/he lead? Market assessments of Black leadership in corporate America. Presented at the Western Academy of Management Conference, Midway, UT.

**WAM 2009 Best Paper Nominee** 12. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (October, 2008). Leadership change and shareholder value:

How markets react to the appointments of women. Presented at the Global Business Development Institute Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

13. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (August, 2008). When markets blink: Stock price responses to the appointment of minority leaders. Presented at the National Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, CA.

14. Minnotte, K.L. & Cook, A. (March, 2008). Navigating the work-family interface in gendered contexts: The usage of family-friendly policies. Presented at the Western Academy of Management Conference, Oakland, CA.

15. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (August, 2007). Shareholder reaction to announcements of women in top management. Presented at the National Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

16. Minnotte, K.L. & Cook, A. (October, 2007). Navigating the Work-Family Interface in Gendered Contexts: The Use of Flexible Scheduling Policies. Presented at the Great Plains Sociological Association Annual Meeting.

17. *Cook, A. & Glass, C. (April, 2007). Shareholder reaction to women in top management: The impact of industry composition. Presented at the Art and Gender of Everyday Life IV Conference, ID.

18. Cook, A. (March, 2007). The impact of GLBT policies on racial and gender diversity in business schools. Presented at the Western Academy of Management Conference, Missoula, MT.

19. Cook, A. & Minnotte, K.L. (August, 2006). The impact of industry and occupation composition on family-related conflict and support perceptions. Presented at the National Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, GA.

20. Wood, R.E., Goodman, J.S., Beckmann, N., & Cook, A. (August, 2006). Statistical mediation in organizational studies: Review of current practices, critique, and recommendations. Presented at the National Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, GA.

21. Cook, A. (August, 2005). Connecting work-family policies to supportive work environments. Presented at the National Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu, HI.

22. *Arthur, M.M. & Cook, A. (March, 2005). The importance of constituent interpretation to human resource signals. Presented at the Western Academy of Management Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

23. *Arthur, M.M. & Cook, A. (March, 2004). Shareholder rewards for a Catalyst Award.

Presented at the National Business and Economics Society Conference, HI.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

*Glass, C. & Cook, A. (March, 2015). Glass cliffs and organization saviors: Barriers to women’s leadership in work organizations. Presented at the 2015 Catalyst’s Women of Color Symposium, New York, NY.



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