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Dr. Linda Schweitzer

Associate Dean, Research and External

Linda Schweitzer is an Associate Professor in the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University, actively teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Most notably, she currently teaches Knowledge Management in both the Ottawa and Shanghai Sprott MBA programs, as well as Communications within the Management Development Program for Women. Linda obtained her Ph.D. in Management from Sprott School of Business at Carleton University in 2005.

As an active researcher, Linda has published in the areas of alternate work arrangements (telework and virtual teams), strategic human resources management, organizational behavior, women in business and society as well as generations in the workplace. She currently holds a substantial SSHRC Research Grant, entitled, “An Examination of Shifting Career Expectations, Experiences, Attitudes, and Values” (with S. Lyons and E.S. Ng). Additionally, Linda is an active member of two Sprott research units: Centre for Information, Technology, Organization and People (CITOP) and Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work (CREWW).

Publications and Research Files

Kuron, L.K.J., Lyons, S. T., Schweitzer, L., & Ng, E.S. (forthcoming). Millennials’ Work Values: Differences Across the School to Work Transition. Personnel Review.

Lyons, S. T., Schweitzer, L., & Ng, E.S. (2015). How Have Careers Changed? Career Patterns Across Generations. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 30(1), pp. 8-21.

Schweitzer, L., L. Lyons, S. T., Kuron, L., & Ng, E.S. (2014). The gender gap in pre-career salary expectations: a test of five explanations, Career Development International, 19(4), 404 – 425.

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