I received my PhD in management from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), and my Mphil in management from Nanjing University.
Jie (Kassie) Li has two active research streams focusing on innovation and deviance respectively. In her research on innovation, creativity, and/or entrepreneurship, she takes a process perspective to investigating how to effectively manage the innovation process that encompasses multiple stages. In her research on organizational deviance, she examines the antecedents and/or outcomes of employee deviant behaviors such as workplace gossip, social undermining, etc. Kassie is conducing research based on different kinds of research design and methodology, including lab or online experiments, longitudinal survey (cross-lagged panel design, latent growth modeling, or latent change score), social relation modeling, and machine learning algorithms.
Lian, H., Li, K. J., Pan, J., Zhao, Q., & Du, C. (forthcoming) Are gossipers looked down upon? A norm-based perspective on the relation between gossip and gossiper status. Journal of Applied Psychology.
Lian, H., Li, K. J., Du, C., Wu, W., Xia, Y., & Lee, C. (2022) Disaster or opportunity? How COVID-19–associated changes in environmental uncertainty and job insecurity relate to organizational identification and performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 107(5), 693-706.
Pan, J., Zhang, J., Xu, H., Li, K.J., & Lam, C. K. (2021) What if my coworker builds a better relationship with my leader? An emotional perspective to understand how and when lower LMX social comparison leads to learning and undermining behaviors. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 42(9), 1135-1143.
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