Kirsten Robertson

Instructor, School of Business


Education

BBA - Simon Fraser University

PhD - Simon Fraser University



Career Synopsis

Research interests - Meaningful work, work-life balance, human-animal work

Teaching awards - 2012/2013 SFU Faculty of Business Administration Teaching Honour Roll



Recent Publications

Hannah, D.R. & Robertson, K. M. [Published under Pankratz, K. M.]. (2009). Why follow the rules? An empirical examination of employee responses to confidential information rules. Academy of Management Proceedings, 1-6.



Recent Conference Presentations

Lautsch, B. L., Robertson, K. M., & Hannah, D. R. When "balance" means working all the time: Life values, role negotiation, and work-life balance.Paper presented to the Academy of Management Meetings. Florida, August 2013.

Robertson, K. M. & Hannah, D. R. (2012). Finding meaning in social networks: How strong and weak ties can lead to meaningful work. Paper presented to the Western Academy of Management Meetings. New Mexico, March 2013.

Lautsch, B. L., Robertson, K. M., & Hannah, D. R. (2012). When "balance" means working all the time: Sensemaking and coping strategies for work-life balance. Paper presented to the Western Academy of Management Meeting. California, March 2012.

Hannah, D. R. & Robertson, K. M. (2011). An introduction to human animal work. Paper presented to the Western Academy of Management Meeting. Victoria, March 2011.

Hannah, D. R. & Robertson, K. M. (2010) "Bloody useless" or "essential"?: Acceptance, reactance, and confidential information protection rules. Paper presented to the Western Academy of Management Meeting. Hawaii, March 2010.

Hannah, D. R. & Robertson, K. M. [Presented under Pankratz, K. M.]. (2009). Why follow the rules? An empirical examination of employee responses to confidential information rules. Paper presented to the Academy of Management Meeting. Chicago, August 2009.

Hannah, D. R., Lautsch, B. L., & Robertson, K. M. [Presented under Pankratz, K. M.]. (2009). An accounting of counting: Universalism, particularism, and the counting of qualitative data. Paper presented to the Academy of Management Meeting. Chicago, August 2009.

Hannah, D. R. & Robertson, K. M. [Presented under Pankratz, K. M.]. (2006). Intended and unintended consequences of trade secret protection procedures. Paper presented to the Western Academy of Management Meeting. Montana, March 2007.



Professional Affiliations

Member of the Academy of Management, Western Academy of Management, and Animals & Society Institute


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