Department: Division of Management & International Business
Program Area: Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Global Careers, Impression Management, Psychological Contracts
Office: Adams Hall Room 206B
Phone: (405) 325-3982
Address: 307 West Brooks, Adams Hall Room 206B
Norman, OK 73019-4007
David L. Boren Professor
Director, Management and International Business
Michael F. Price Chair in International Business
Department: Division of Management & International Business
PhD (South Carolina) Professor Bolino teaches in the undergraduate, MBA, and PhD programs in the areas of organizational behavior, international business, and human resources management. His research focuses on employees' willingness to go the extra mile for their organizations, impression management in the workplace, global careers, and the psychological contracts between employers and their employees. Professor Bolino is a member of the Academy of Management. Before joining Price College, he was a faculty member at the University of Notre Dame.
- Ph.D., University of South Carolina, Moore School of Business, 2000.
Major: Organizational Behavior. Minor: International Management.
- M.B.A., George Washington University, School of Business, 1994.
Major: Organizational Behavior. Minor: International Business.
- B.B.A., James Madison University, College of Business, 1991.
Major: International Business and Spanish. Minor: Economics.
- David L. Boren Professorship, 2019
- University of Oklahoma Regents’ Award for Superior Teaching, 2018
- Dean’s Excellence Research Paper Award, 2013
- Harold E. Hackler Outstanding MBA Professor Award (Full-Time MBA Program), 2010
- Outstanding Reviewer Award, Academy of Management Journal, 2010
- Merrick Foundation Teaching Award, 2009
- Harold E. Hackler Outstanding MBA Professor Award (Professional MBA Program), 2009
- Alumni Teaching Award, 2007, 2008, 2009
- Bruce Magoon Master Teacher Award, 2006
Vogel, R.M., & Bolino, M.C. 2020. Recurring nightmares and silver linings: Understanding how past abusive supervision may lead to posttraumatic stress and posttraumatic growth. Academy of Management Review.
Klotz, A.C., & Bolino, M.C. July 31, 2019. Do you really know why employees leave your company? Harvard Business Review Online: https://hbr.org/2019/07/do-you-really-know-why-employees-leave-yourcompany
Bolino, M.C., & Klotz, A.C. November 21, 2018. Don’t let lazy managers drive away your top performers. Harvard Business Review Online: https://hbr.org/2018/11/dont-let-lazy-managers-drive-away-your-topperformers
Klotz, A.C., He, W. Yam, K.C., Bolino, M.C., Wei, W, & Houston, L. 2018. Good actors but bad apples: Deviant consequences of daily impression management at work. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103: 1145-1154.
Bolino, M.C., & Thompson, P.S. March 15, 2018. Why we don’t let coworkers help us, even when we need it. Harvard Business Review Online: https://hbr.org/2018/03/why-we-dont-let-coworkers-help-us-evenwhen-we-need-it
Thompson, P.S., & Bolino, M.C. 2018. Negative beliefs about accepting coworker help: Implications for employee attitudes, job performance, and reputation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103: 842-866.
Klotz, A.C., Bolino, M.C., Song, H, & Stornelli, J. 2018. Examining the nature, causes, and consequences of profiles of organizational citizenship behavior. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 39: 629-647.
Bolino, M.C., & Klotz, A.C. September 15, 2017. How to motivate employees to go beyond their jobs. Harvard Business Review Online: https://hbr.org/2017/09/how-to-motivate-employees-to-go-beyond-theirjobs
Bolino, M.C., Klotz, A.C., & Turnley, W.H. April 18, 2017. Will refusing an international assignment derail your career. Harvard Business Review Online: https://hbr.org/2017/04/will-refusing-an-internationalassignment-derail-your-career
Klotz, A.C., & Bolino, M.C. 2016. Saying goodbye: The nature, causes, and consequences of employee resignation styles. Journal of Applied Psychology, 101: 1386-1404.
Klotz, A.C., & Bolino, M.C. September 15, 2016. 7 ways employees quit their jobs. Harvard Business Review Online: https://hbr.org/2016/09/7-ways-people-quit-their-jobs
Bolino M.C., & Grant, A.M. 2016. The bright side of being prosocial at work, and the dark side, too: A review and agenda for research on other-oriented motives, behavior, and impact in organizations. Academy of Management Annals, 10: 599-670.
Bolino, M.C., Long, D.M., & Turnley, W.H. 2016. Impression management in organizations: Critical questions, answers, and areas for future research. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 3: 377-406.
Kraimer, M.L., Bolino, M.C., & Mead, B. 2016. Themes in expatriate and repatriate research over four decades: What do we know and what do we still need to learn? Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 3: 83-109.
Bolino, M.C., & Hsiung, H., Harvey, J., & LePine, J.A. 2015. “Well, I’m tired of tryin’!” Organizational citizenship behavior and citizenship fatigue. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100: 56-74.
Takeuchi, R., Bolino, M.C., & Lin, C. 2015. Too many motives? The interactive effects of multiple motives on organizational citizenship behavior. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100: 1239-1248.
Bolino, M.C., Klotz, A.C., Turnley, W.H., & Harvey, J. 2013. Exploring the dark side of organizational citizenship behavior. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34: 542-559.
Klotz, A.C., & Bolino, M.C. 2013. Citizenship and counterproductive work behavior: A moral licensing view. Academy of Management Review, 38: 292-306.
Bolino, M.C., Harvey, J., & Bachrach, D. 2012. A self-regulation approach to understanding citizenship behavior in organizations. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 119: 126-139.
Shaffer, M.A., Kraimer, M.L., Chen, Y., & Bolino, M.C. 2012. Choices, challenges, and career consequences of global work experiences: A review and future agenda. Journal of Management, 38: 1282-1327.
Bolino, M.C., Turnley, W.H., Gilstrap, J.B., & Suazo, M.M. 2010. Citizenship under pressure: What’s a “good soldier” to do? Journal of Organizational Behavior, 31: 835-855.