prof.dr. (Michaéla) MC Schippers

prof.dr. (Michaéla) MC Schippers

Professor in Behaviour and Performance Management

Full professor Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Department of Technology and Operations Management
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T07-10
Email
mschippers@rsm.nl

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Michaéla Schippers is Professor of Behaviour and Performance Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She holds a PhD from the Psychology Department at the Free University in Amsterdam. Prof. Schippers research interest covers goalsetting, team reflexivity, team performance, academic performance as well as ikigai (i.e. purpose in life), and life goals. She coined the term “life crafting” as a way to optimize performance and happiness. Other research interests include diversity, new ways of working, and social exclusion/inclusion. Her work was published in several leading academic journals, such as  Annual Review of Psychology, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Personnel Psychology, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Organizational Behavior, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, Frontiers in Psychology and Human Relations. Her work was picked up by the media on several occasions. She did interviews with among others CNN, New York Magazine, Oprah Magazine, Eindbazen podcast and NTR radio. A short video of her 2017 inaugural speech can be found here.  The full video is available via click here. Dr. Schippers was a visiting scholar at Harvard Business School. She is also an active member of the EER research database. Dr. Schippers is scientific director of the Erasmus Center of Study and Career Success (E=CS2) and Comenius Senior Fellow. 

  • Peter Baalen, D Meulen, J Bouwman & Michaéla Schippers (2012) - Task-location optimization in the Hybrid Workspace - Tijdschrift voor Ergonomie, 37 (3), 28-32
  • Michaéla Schippers (2012) - Why team reflexivity works - RSM Insight, 12 (4), 18-19
  • Michaéla Schippers, Laurens Rook & Steef Velde (2011) - Crisis performance predictability in supply chains - RSM Insight, 7 (3), 10-11
  • Michaéla Schippers, DN (Deanne) den Hartog & PL Koopman (2005) - Reflexiviteit van teams: Ontwikkeling van een instrument - Gedrag en Organisatie, 18 (2), 83-102

  • S De Leeuw, Michaéla Schippers & S Hoogervorst (2016) - The Fresh Connection: Cross-functional integration in Supply Chain Management - Oxford
  • Michaéla Schippers, M A West & A C Edmondson (2016) - Team reflexivity and innovation - Wiley-Blackwell
  • Michaéla Schippers (2001) - Reflexiviteit als hulpmiddel - Samson

  • Jane Dolgova & Michaéla Schippers (2015) - Co-evolution of perceptions of competence and friendship in teams: the effect of self-monitoring personality.
  • Andreas Alexiou, Michaéla Schippers & I (Ilan) Oshri (2013) - Exploring the learning potential of serious games: The role of game features and individual differences in user engagement and learning.
  • Andreas Alexiou, Michaéla Schippers, I (Ilan) Oshri & Jane Dolgova (2013) - Exploring the real potential of serious games: The role of game features and individual differences on user engagement and learning.
  • P Neerijnen, Michaéla Schippers, M Tempelaar & P Figge (2012) - Creating performance through ambidexterity: The role of an organizational transactive memory system and organizational reflexive climate
  • P Neerijnen, MP Tempelaar, Michaéla Schippers & P Figge (2012) - Creating performance through ambidexterity: The role of a firm’s organizational transactive memory system and organizational reflexive climate
  • P Neerijnen, MP Tempelaar, Michaéla Schippers & P Figge (2012) - Creating performance through ambidexterity: The role of a firm’s organizational transactive memory system and organizational reflexive climate
  • Jane Dolgova & Michaéla Schippers (2012) - The effect of self-monitoring personality and expertise on relationship formation in groups.
  • Jane Dolgova & Michaéla Schippers (2012) - Birds of a feather 2.0: Is there a personality-based homophily?

  • Christina Wessels, Michaéla Schippers & Peter Baalen (2013) - "Getting Engaged: It is more than saying 'yes'to your organization. How work engagement and its influencers affect Work-Life Balance and Job Satisfaction and the Moderating Role of Flexibl Working
  • Michaéla Schippers & A Homan (2009) - Breaking the negative performance spiral: The role of reflexivity and team learning

  • Michaéla Schippers, K. L. Scott, T. J. Zagenczyk & R. L. Purvis (2013) - Best Paper Award - Coworker exclusion and employee outcomes : The moderating role of perceived organizational and social support

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Start date approval
October 2019
End date approval
October 2022
Place
ROTTERDAM
Description
Presentaties

Hof van de Rechten van de Mens

Start date approval
October 2020
End date approval
October 2023
Place
DEN HAAG
Description
getuige-deskundige,

Great Happiness Project

Start date approval
March 2021
End date approval
March 2024
Place
NEDERLAND
Description
connectie maken met ikigaitv.nl

Nieuw Westland

Start date approval
May 2021
End date approval
May 2024
Place
NAALDWIJK
Description
Advies over de rol van positieve psychologie

Professional development I

Level
bachelor 1
Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 1
Course Code
BK1205

Professional Development I

Level
bachelor 1
Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 1
Course Code
BT1205

  • Andreas Alexiou

    Management of Emerging Technologies and the Learning Organization: Lessons from the Cloud and Serious Games Technology
  • Nick van der Meulen

    The Distance Dilemma; The effect of flexible working practices on performance in the digital workplace
  • Christina Wessels

    Flexible Working Practices: How Employees Can Reap the Benefits for Engagement and Performance
  • Pepijn van Neerijnen

    The Adaptive Organization: The Socio-Cognitive Antecedents of Ambidexterity and Individual Exploration
  • Evgenia Dolgova

    On getting along and getting ahead: How personality contributes to social network dynamics
  • Saeedeh Ahmadi

    A motivational perspective to decision-making and behavior in organizations
  • Roger Louis de Jong

    PhD positions in Supply Chain Management

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