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Alge, Brad
Associate Professor of Management;
Alge, Brad
Office: RAWL 4043
Phone: (765) 49-44483
E-mail: algeb@purdue.edu
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Professional Bio:

Professor Alge's research focuses on a) technology's impact on individual and group attitudes and behaviors on the job, and b) employer/employee rights (e.g., privacy and justice). His most recent work focuses on remote/distance leadership, virtual team collaboration, and the ethical implications of electronic monitoring policies and practices. Recipient of the Jay N. Ross Young Faculty Scholar Award for 2003-2004 and the Krannert Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award for 2005, Professor Alge has published in top-tier outlets in the field of organizational behavior and human resources.

Selected recent publications include:

Alge, B. J. & Hansen, S. D. (forthcoming).  Workplace monitoring and surveillance research since '1984': A review and agenda. In M. D. Coovert & L. F. Thompson, (Eds.),  The psychology of workplace technology.  (part of SIOP Frontiers Series)

Lehman, D., Hahn, J. P., Ramanujam, R., & Alge, B. J. (2011).  Performance periods and the dynamics of the performance-risk relationship.   Organization Science, 22, 1613-1630.

Alge, B. J., &  Anthony, E. L.  (2010).  The Effects of Supervisory Interpersonal Justice when Big Brother is Watching. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.

Alge, B. J., Anthony, E. L., Rees, J., & Kannan, K. (2010). Controlling A, while hoping for B: Deviance deterrence and public versus private deviance.  In C. A. Schriesheim, & L. L. Neider (Eds.), The Dark Side of Management (Vol. 8 of Research in Management) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, 115-141.

Alge, B. J. & Upright, K. B. (2009).  HRIS Needs analysis.  In M. J. Kavanagh and M. Thite (Eds.), Human Resource Information Systems: Basics, Applications, and Future Directions.  (pp. 79-98). Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications.

Alge, B. J., & Hansen, S. D. (2008).  Information privacy in organizations.  In C. Wankel (Ed.), 21st Century Management: A Reference Handbook.  (Vol. 2, pp. 380-390).  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications.

Alge, B. J., Greenberg, J., & Brinsfield, C.  (2006) An identity-based model of organizational monitoring and control: Integrating information privacy and organizational justice.  Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management, 25, 71-135.

 Tangirala, S., & Alge, B. J. (2006).  Evaluation of authorities in computer-mediated interactions: Use of fairness as a heuristic.  Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 100, 1-20.

Alge, B. J., Ballinger, G. A., Tangirala, S., & Oakley, J. (2006). Information privacy in organizations: Empowering creative and extra-role performance.   Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, 221-232.

Alge, B. J., Ballinger, G. A., & Green, S. G.  (2004). Remote control: Predictors of electronic monitoring intensity and secrecy. Personnel Psychology, 57, 377-410.   

 Alge, B. J., Wiethoff, C., & Klein, H. J. (2003) When does the medium matter? Knowledge-building experiences and opportunities in decision-making teams.  Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 91, 26-37.

 Alge, B. J., Ballinger, G. A., Green, S. G., & Till, G. (2002).  The effects of dependence and trust on the decision to electronically monitor subordinates.  Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.

Alge, B. J. (2001).  Effects of computer surveillance on perceptions of privacy and procedural justice.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, 797-804.

Klein, H. J., Wesson, M., Hollenebeck, J. R., & Alge, B. J.  (1999). Goal commitment and the goal setting process:  Conceptual clarification and empirical synthesis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 84, 885-896.*Paper Reprinted in:  Porter, L. W., Bigley, G., Steers, R. M. (2002).  Motivation and Work Behavior, 7th Edition. McGraw-Hill.

Greenberg, J., & Alge, B. J. (1998).  Aggressive reactions to workplace injustice.  In  R. W. Griffin, A. O'Leary-Kelly, & J. Collins (Eds.) Dysfunctional behavior in organizations, Vol: 1: Violent behaviors in organizations (pp. 83-117).Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.

Professor Alge has worked as a consultant for Accenture. Clients that he has served include British Petroleum (BP), LTV Steel, Yokohama Tire Co., Valspar Paints, R.R. Donnelley & Sons, and Victoria's Secret Catalogue. Professor Alge serves on the editorial boards of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Process and Human Resource Management and is a member of the Academy of Management, the Southern Management Association, the International Association for Human Resource Information Management, Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the American Psychological Association. He is also a faculty member at CERIAS, the Center for Education and Research on Information Assurance and Security (see www.cerias.purdue.edu)