Dr. Susan Baker

Susan Baker
Title: 
Associate Professor
Office Location: 
GSBM 660
Phone: 
443-885-3843
Email: 
susan.baker@morgan.edu
Education:

Ph.D. The George Washington University - Organizational Behavior and Development (Ethics and Leadership minor), 2006
M.B.A. University of Baltimore - Concentration in Management, 1984
B.A. Clark University - English, 1972

Education:

Ph.D. The George Washington University - Organizational Behavior and Development (Ethics and Leadership minor), 2006
M.B.A. University of Baltimore - Concentration in Management, 1984
B.A. Clark University - English, 1972

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Research Interests

Leadership
Followership
Business ethics, specifically behavioral ethics
Gender and its relationship to women in organizations and in leadership

Recent Publications
Adeyinka, O., Singh, R., & Baker, S. D. (2018). Exploring the Determinants of Performance for Social Entrepreneurship Organizations. Eastern Academy of Management.
Baker, S. D., Saifuddin, S., & Stites-Doe, S. (2017). Mending the gaps: An exercise in identifying and understanding multicultural team faultlines. Eastern Academy of Management.
Ezzedeen, S. R., Budworth, M., & Baker, S. D. (2016). Between Rocks and Hard Places: Pre-Career Women Debate Whether They Can Have It All. Eastern Academy of Management.
Baker, S., Mathis, C., Stites-Doe, S., & Javadian, G. (2014). A Follower's View of Acting like a Leader: The Impact of Trust. Eastern Academy of Management.
Baker, S. D., Anthony, E. L., & Stites-Doe, S. A. (2013). Most Admired Leader/Most Admired Follower. In Kristin Backhaus (Ed.) Eastern Academy of Management, Eastern Academy of Management.
Baker, S. D., Marcille, A. G., Mathis, C. J., & Rosenbach, W. E. (2012). Where Followership and Leadership Meet: Conversations at the Intersection. In Timothy Golden (Ed.) Eastern Academy of Management, Eastern Academy of Management.
Baker, S. D., Mathis, C. J., Stites-Doe, S. A., & Javadian, G. (2012). Do Followers Have What It Takes? Role Exchange Behaviors Needed for Shifting from Followership to Leadership. In Timothy Golden (Ed.) Eastern Academy of Management, Eastern Academy of Management.
Ezzedeen, S. R., Budworth, M., & Baker, S. D. (2011). Who Cares about the Glass Ceiling? Preliminary Findings of Generation Y Women's Attitudes Towards Career and Family. In Theodore Peters (Ed.) Eastern Academy of Management, Eastern Academy of Management.
Baker, S. D., Mathis, C. J., & Stites-Doe, S. (2011). The leader-follower relationship: Is it a one way street? A test of the directional influence of followers on leaders. Eastern Academy of Management.
Ezzedeen, S. R., Budworth, M., & Baker, S. D. (2016, May). Between Rocks and Hard Places: Pre-Career Women Debate Whether They Can Have It All. Eastern Academy of Management, New Haven, Connecticut.
Comer, D. R., Meisel, S., Baker, S. D., Holbrook, R. L., London, M., and Marcic, D. (2015, May). It's Got a Good Beat and You Can Learn to It: Using Music in the Management Classroom. Eastern Academy of Management, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Baker, S. D., Mathis, C. J., Stites-Doe, S. A., & Javadian, G. (2014, May). A Follower's View of Acting Like a Leader: The Impact of Trust. Eastern Academy of Management, Newport, Rhode Island.
Baker, S. D., Goulet, L. R., Mathis, C. J., & Rosenbach, W. E. (2013, May). Shouldn't We Also Develop Followers: The Missing Component of Leadership Development. Eastern Academy of Management, Baltimore, Maryland.
Baker, S. D., Anthony, E. L., & Stites-Doe, S. A. (2013, May). Most Admired Leader/Most Admired Follower. Eastern Academy of Management, Baltimore, Maryland.
Ezzedeen, S. R., Budworth, M., & Baker, S. D. (2012). Who Cares about the Glass Ceiling? Preliminary Findings of Generation Y Women's Attitudes Towards Career and Family. Eastern Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts.
Baker, S. D., Mathis, C. J., Stites-Doe, S. A., & Javadian, G. (2012, May). Do Followers Have What It Takes? Role Exchange Behaviors Needed for Shifting from Followership to Leadership. Eastern Academy of Management, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Baker, S. D., Mathis, C. J., & Stites-Doe, S. (2011). The leader-follower relationship: Is it a one way street? A test of the directional influence of followers on leaders. Eastern Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts.
Baker, S. D. & Stites-Doe, S. (2010, May). Followership: Conceptual Foundations and a Research Agenda. Eastern Academy of Management, Portland, Maine.
Comer, D. R. & Baker, S. D. (2008, May). Promoting Civility in our Classrooms by Understanding Millennial Culture. Eastern Academy of Management, Washington, District of Columbia.