Revel Organizational Behavior: Developing Skills for Managers
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Eric Lamm, PhD

Eric Lamm is a Professor of Management in the College of Business at San Francisco State University. Dr. Lamm earned his PhD from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, and his BA in Politics and Sociology from Brandeis University. His main areas of interest in research and teaching are job attitudes, teams, and organizational change. Dr. Lamm's research has recently appeared in academic outlets including Group and Organization Management, Employee Relations, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, and Organization & Environment. Together with Dr. Tosti-Kharas, he won the Group and Organization Management Best Micro Paper award in 2013.

Before entering the world of academe, Dr. Lamm learned about organizational change firsthand as the senior speech-writer for the CEO of an international organization in Washington DC, undergoing a full transformation to privatization. His travels for study, work, and pleasure have brought him to over 60 countries across 5 continents — and counting.

Dr. Lamm likes to spend his free time outdoors, watching baseball, and spending time with his two teenage daughters. He has participated in one spicy chicken wing eating contest where he tied for 1st Place.