Related Research Interests
Troy’s research focuses on how various forms of leadership and non-work activities (i.e., family and leisure) impact employees’ performance, adaptability, and proactivity in the workplace as a result of enhanced meaningfulness, engagement, and social capital. Using a variety of micro and macro theories of management, his research explores these relationships at different levels of analysis, with a particular focus on cross-level phenomena. He has presented his relationships-focused research at the Academy of Management meeting and POS Conference.
- Barrick, M. R., Thurgood, G. R., Smith, T. A., & Courtright, S. H. (2015). Collective organizational engagement: Linking motivational antecedents, strategic implementation, and firm performance. Academy of Management Journal, 58(1): 111-135.