Andrew A. Hanna

Doctoral Candidate
Management
HLH 325 S
P.O. Box 880491
Lincoln, NE 68588-0491
(402) 472-3798
andrew.a.hanna@huskers.unl.edu
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Education
University of Nebraska
Ph.D., Business Administration             2020 (Expected)
Emphasis in Management; Organizational Behavior & Entrepreneurship
DissertationHere's your sign: The use of signals in impacting social categorizations and resulting emergent leadership

University of Nebraska                
M.B.A., Business Administration           2016
Emphasis in Entrepreneurship

University of Nebraska
B.S.B.A., International Business            2009
Minors in Japanese, Asian Studies
Areas of Expertise
  • Informal/Emergent Leadership
  • Leadership Perceptions
  • Structural Equation Modeling
Vita
CV - Andrew A. Hanna.pdf
CliftonStrengths ®
  • Woo
  • Relator
  • Input
  • Positivity
  • Futuristic

Andrew joined the University of Nebraska graduate program in 2015 to pursue an M.B.A. During this time, he worked as a teaching assistant for Dr. Sam Nelson within the College of Business Center for Entrepreneurship. During this time, he assisted in the instruction of MNGT/ENTR 321: Entrepreneurship and innovation in organizations, MNGT/ENTR 421: Identifying and exploring entrepreneurial opportunities, MNGT/ENTR 422: Managing rapid growth and change in organizations, and MNGT/ENTR 423: Business plan development and decision making.

As a Ph.D., Andrew has assisted with organizing the CARMA webcast series and has conducted research with Dr. Larry WilliamsDr. Troy Smith, and Dr. Nikolaos Dimotakis. His research interests lie in leader-follower teams and dyads, implicit perceptions, and measurement in research methods.

As an instructor in the College of Business, Andrew has taught MNGT 360: Managing behavior in organizations and currently instructs MNGT/ENTR 421: Identifying and exploring entrepreneurial opportunities.

Refereed Publications
Hanna, A.A., Smith, T.A., & Vandenberg, R.J. 2019. Current research on structural equation modeling in management research. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2019(1), 19110.
 
Hanna, A.A., Williams, L.J., & Smith, T.A. 2018. A comparison of latent variable approaches with multidimensional constructs. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2018(1), 18339.
 
Hanna, A.A. 2017. Current issues in judging SEM model fit. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2017(1), 17246.

Papers Under Review
Hanna, A.A., Kirkman, B.L., Smith, T.A., & Griffin, R.W. (under encouraged review). [Emergent leadership: A comprehensive framework and directions for future research.] Journal of Management.

Mistry, S., Kirkman, B.L., Hanna, A.A., Moore, O.A., & Rapp, T.L. (under review). [Too many teams? Examining the effects of permanent team identification and number of temporary team memberships on identity strain and turnover.] Personnel Psychology.

Conference Papers/Presentations
Smith, T.A., Hanna, A.A., & Zhang, P. "Beneficial effects of empowering leadership on leaders." Symposium submitted for the organizational behavior division at the 79th annual conference of the Academy of Management in Boston, MA, August, 2019.

Hanna, A.A., Williams, L.J., & Smith, T.A. "Homogeneous vs. heterogeneous parcels with multidimensional constructs." Symposium presented for the research methods division at the 79th annual conference of the Academy of Management in Boston, MA, August, 2019.

Hanna, A.A., & Williams, L.J. “Measurement models for latent variables in organizational research.” Professional development workshop presented for the 2018 Southern Management Association annual conference in Lexington, KY, November, 2018.

Mistry, S., Kirkman, B.L., Hanna, A.A., & Moore, O.A. “Multiteaming: Linking number and primary ID of teams to fragmented IDs and turnover.” Poster presented for the 2018 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference in Chicago, IL, April, 2018.

Hanna, A.A., Smith, T.A., Courtright, S.H., & Zhang, P. “Empowering leadership: Antecedents, moderators, and consequences.” Symposium presented for the organizational behavior division at the 78th annual conference of the Academy of Management in Chicago, IL, August, 2018.

Hanna, A.A., Williams, L.J., & Smith, T.A. “A comparison of latent variable approaches with multidimensional constructs.” Paper presented for the research methods division at the 78th annual conference of the Academy of Management in Chicago, IL, August, 2018.

Mistry, S., Kirkman, B.L., Hanna, A.A., & Moore, O.A. “A multilevel approach to multiple team membership.” Symposium presented for the organizational behavior division at the 78th annual conference of the Academy of Management in Chicago, IL, August, 2018.

Hanna, A.A., & Williams, L.J. “Current issues in judging SEM model fit.” Symposium presented for the Research Methods division at the 77th annual conference for the Academy of Management in Atlanta, GA, August, 2017.

Williams, L.J., & Hanna, A.A. “Special topics in SEM: Parcels, method variance, and model fit.” Professional development workshop for the 2017 Southern Management Association annual conference in St. Petersburgh Beach, FL, October, 2017.

Current Projects
Hanna, A.A., Kirkman, B.L., Smith, T.A., & Griffin, R.W. (under encouraged review). [Emergent leadership: A comprehensive framework and directions for future research.] Journal of Management.

Mistry, S., Kirkman, B.L., Hanna, A.A., & Moore, O.A. (under review). [The downside of membership on multiple teams: Linking primary team identification and number of team memberships to multi-team identification strain and turnover.] Personnel Psychology.

Hanna, A.A. (in progress). What did you expect? The impact of leader expectations of followers in creating unintended Golem effects. Writing phase, target: Journal of Applied Psychology.

Dimotakis, N., Koopman, J., Hanna, A.A., & Lee, Y.E. (in progress). [ESM spousal study.] Data analysis/writing phases, target: Academy of Management Journal.
 
Hanna, A.A., Smith, T.A., Courtright, S.H., & Zhang, P. (in progress). [Antecedents to empowering leadership: An implicit followership theory perspective.] Writing phase, target: Journal of Applied Psychology.
 
Hanna, A.A., Williams, L.J., T.D. Little, & Smith, T.A. (in progress). [A comparison of latent variable approaches with multidimensional constructs.] Data analysis/writing phases, target: Journal of Applied Psychology.

Smith, T.A., Hanna, A.A., & Zhang, P. (in progress). [Leader outcomes of empowering leadership: A conservation of resource theory perspective.] Data analysis/brainstorming phases, target: Journal of Applied Psychology.

Instructor of Record Courses

MNGT 360 - Managing Behavior in Organizations (Organizational Behavior)

ENTR 421 - Identifying and Exploring Entrepreneurial Opportunity (Entrepreneurship)

Course Date Enrollment Rating
MNGT/ENTR 421 - Identifying and exploring entrepreneurial opportunity Fall 2015 40-45 TA
MNGT/ENTR 423 - Business plan development and decision making Fall 2015 40-45 TA
MNGT/ENTR 422 - Managing rapid growth and change in organizations Spring 2016 40-45 TA
MNGT/ENTR 423 - Business plan development and decision making Spring 2016 40-45 TA
MNGT/ENTR 321 - Entrepreneurship and innovation in organizations Summer 2016 20-25 TA
MNGT 360 – Managing behavior in organizations Summer 2017 15 4.88
MNGT/ENTR 421 - Identifying and exploring entrepreneurial opportunity Fall 2018 38 4.31
MNGT/ENTR 421 - Identifying and exploring entrepreneurial opportunity Spring 2019 20 4.50
MNGT/ENTR 421 - Identifying and exploring entrepreneurial opportunity Fall 2019 49 4.32
    AVERAGE  4.42

*Based on a maximum score of 5.0

Professional Service
2017   Member, Student Entrepreneurship Advisory BoardBall State University
           PhD Assistant/Event Coordinator, CARMA
 
2018   PhD Representative, Dean’s Strategic Planning TaskforceU. of Nebraska
           Member, College of Business Scholarship and PhD CommitteeU. of Nebraska
           Department Representative, Graduate Student AssociationU. of Nebraska
           PhD Assistant/Event Coordinator, CARMA
 
2019   Student Venture Financial Mentor, Center for EntrepreneurshipU. of Nebraska
           Department Representative, Graduate Student AssociationU. of Nebraska
           PhD Assistant/Event Coordinator, CARMA
           Global Event Coordinator, AOM-CARMA Doctoral Student Development Program
           Chair, CARMA Research Methods Education Program Assessment Committee
           Off-Program Event Leader, Academy of Management, OB Division
           Student Conversation Leader, Husker Dialogues Event for Diversity and Inclusion

2020   Student Venture Financial Mentor, Center for EntrepreneurshipU. of Nebraska
           Department Representative, Graduate Student AssociationU. of Nebraska
           PhD Assistant/Podcast Coordinator, CARMA
           PhD Advisor, Big Red Startups Student Entrepreneurship OrganizationsU. of Nebraska
           Global Event Coordinator, AOM-CARMA Doctoral Student Development Program

Professional Development
2017   CARMA short course: Intermediate SEM: Model Evaluation, 3-day series instructed by Dr. Larry Williams at WSU, June, 2017.
           New Doctoral Student consortium, 77th annual conference of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA, August, 2017.
 
2018   CARMA short course: Advanced SEM I & II, 6-day series instructed by Dr. Robert Vandenberg at WSU, June, 2018.
 
2019    CARMA short course: Introduction to SEM with R and LAVAAN, 3-day series instructed by Dr. Robert Vandenberg at University of South Carolina, January, 2019.
            CARMA short course: Intermediate Regression: Multivariate/Logistic, Med/Mod, 3-day series instructed by Dr. Ron Landis at WSU, June, 2019.
            CARMA short course: Advanced Regression: Polynomial and Response Surface Methods, 3-day series instructed by Dr. Jeff Edwards at WSU, June, 2019.

Awards
2016-17    Academy of Management OB Division Outstanding Reviewer Award
                 J.J. and Eleanor Ogle Fellowship for Outstanding Student Research

2017-18    J.J. and Eleanor Ogle Fellowship for Outstanding Student Research
                 Donald F. Othmer Fellowship for Exceptional Graduate Scholarship

2018-19    J.J. and Eleanor Ogle Fellowship for Outstanding Student Research
                 Donald F. Othmer Fellowship for Exceptional Graduate Scholarship

2019-20    J.J. and Eleanor Ogle Fellowship for Outstanding Student Research
                 Donald F. Othmer Fellowship for Exceptional Graduate Scholarship

Professional Affiliations
Member, Academy of Management; OB, Entrepreneurship, RM divisions (2016 - Present)
               Southern Management Association (2017 - Present)
               United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (2017 - Present)
               Midwest Academy of Management (2019 - Present)