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Dr. Reilly’s research interests address a broad range of organizational change issues as well as gender & careers and teaching methods. Her work has been widely published in both scholarly and practitioner journals. In addition to her teaching and research responsibilities, Professor Reilly served for over six years in administrative positions, including Associate Dean at Quinlan (twice) and Assistant Provost for Faculty Administration. Her current research focuses on sustainability leadership in corporations.
- PhD, Organizational Behavior, Northwestern University (Kellogg)
- MBA, Finance, The University of Iowa (Tippe)
- BA, Economics and Business Administration, Knox College, summa cum laude
- Organizational change
- Gender & careers
- Teaching methods
Professional & Community Affiliations
- Academy of Management
- Organizational Behavior Teaching Society
- Ad Hoc Journal Reviewer:
- Academy of Management Journal
- Journal of Organizational Behavior
- Journal of Management Education
- Sloan Management Review
- Journal of Vocational Behavior
- Journal of Organizational Change
- Organization Science
- Journal of Management Studies
Book & textbook Reviewer for: Pearson, Wiley, SAge, McGraw Hill-Irwin, Routledge, Prentice-Hall, South-Western
Organizational Change and Development
International Management (John Felice Rome Center, Beijing Center, Santiago)
Organizational Change and Development
Managing People and Organizations
- Gannon Center for Women & Leadership Faculty Fellow, Spring 2016
- Phi Beta Kappa, 1978; Beta Gamma Sigma, 1980; Phi Beta Delta, 2003
- Loyola Quinlan School of Business Outstanding Faculty Member, 1989-90
- Organizational Behavior Teaching Society Honor Roll, 2001
- Marquis Who's Who in American Education, 2006, Who's Who in America and Who's Who in the World, 2007
Barrientos, E. & Reilly, A.H. “Unpacking ‘Give Back Box:’ A Social Enterprise at the Intersection of Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability.” Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 11(1), (2016), 48-54.
Reilly, A.H. & Hynan, K.A. “Corporate Communication, Sustainability, and Social Media—It’s Not Easy (Really) Being Green.” Business Horizons, 57(6), (2014), 747-758.
Reilly, A. H. "Educating Responsible Leaders Through Adding a Sustainability Dimension to Business Courses." Journal of Jesuit Business Education, 4(1), (2013). 89-110.
Reilly, Anne. "Communicating Sustainability Initiatives in Corporate Reports." SAM Advanced Management Journal, (2009).
Reilly, Anne. & Humes, M. "Managing Intercultural Teams: The eOrganization Exercise." Journal of Management Education, 32. 1 (2008). 118-137.
Reilly, Anne. "The Role of HRD Competencies in Facilitating Effective Crisis Communication." Advances in Developing Human Resources, 10. 3 (2008). 331-351.
Reilly, Anne. & Ehlinger, S. "Choosing a Values-Based Leader: An Experiential Exercise." Journal of Management Education, 31. 2 (2007). 245-262.
Reilly, Anne. H. , Brown T., Eddy, E., Schifferdecker, J., & Taylor, V. "Executive Succession in a Family or Small Business: The O'Bannon Company.", Family Business Casebook Annual 2007.
Johnson, H.H. & Reilly, A.H. “One-Minute Learning Through Reflective Practice,” 2012 Pfeiffer Training Annual. San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer (Wiley), 173-181.
Reilly, A.H. & Johnson, H. “Cultural Artifacts,” in The Leadership Challenge Activities Book, Kouzes, J.M., Posner, B.Z., & Beich, E., Editors. San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer (Wiley), (2010), 69-76.
Presentation of Refereed Papers
Reilly, A.H. (2016). “The Evolving Role of the Chief Sustainability Officer: Responsibilities, Attributes & Impacts.” Paper presented at the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management’s 5th annual Talent Management Conference, Copenhagen Business School, October 2016.
Reilly, A. H. (2016). Developing Principled Leaders, One Student At A Time: Applying Ignatian Pedagogy to Faculty-Student Mentoring. Paper presented at the 19th annual Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education (CJBE) conference, Le Moyne College, Syracuse, NY, July 2016
Barrientos, E. & Reilly, A.H. (2015). Unpacking ‘Give Back Box:’ A Social Enterprise Start-Up at the Intersection of Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability. Paper presented at the 21st IAJBS/18th CJBE Annual World Forum Conference, Montevideo, Uruguay, July 2015.
Larya, N. & Reilly, A.H. (2015). Sustainability Initiatives and Corporate Communication: Are Companies ‘Walking the Talk’? Paper presented at the 21st IAJBS/18th CJBE Annual World Forum Conference, Montevideo, Uruguay, July 2015.
Reilly, A.H. & Larya, N. (2015). Sustainable Tourism: Charting a New Path with a Different Destination. Paper presented at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) 43rd annual conference, Nova Scotia, June 2015.
Reilly, A. H., & Larya, N. (2014). „Exploring Sustainable Tourism in Latin America: A Journey with Jesuit Values.“ Paper presented at the 17th annual Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education (CJBE) Conference, University of San Francisco, July 2014.
Reilly, A.H. & McGrath, M.A. (2013). “Sustainability and Study Abroad.“ Paper presented at the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools/Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education World Forum, St. Louis University, July 2013.
Reilly, A.H. & Hynan, K.A. (2013). “Corporate Communication, Culture, and Sustainability: Any Relationship?“ Paper presented at the Eastern Academy of Management International Conference, Seville, Spain, June 2013.
Reilly, A.H. & Hynan, K.A. (2013). “Corporate Communication, Sustainability, and Social Media—It’s Not Easy Being Green.” Paper presented at the International Network of Business and Management (INBAM) International Conference, Lisbon, June 2013, Business Horizons Track
Reilly, A.H. (2012). “Sustainability Initiatives, Organizational Culture, and Change: Spin or Substance?” Plenary Speech at the 12th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations, University of Illinois at Chicago, July 2012.
Reilly, A.H. (2012). “Engaging Students through Adding a Sustainability Dimension to Business Courses,” Paper presented at the 15th annual Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education Conference, Loyola Marymount University, July 2012.
Kielb, J., Redmann, L., Smith, M.E., Reilly, A., Drake, M., & Gillani, F. (2012). “The Empire State Building Retrofit: A Case Study of a Sustainability Initiative,” Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations, University of Illinois at Chicago, July 2012.
Reilly, A.H. and Simms, V.E. (2011). “Using a Balanced Scorecard to Explore Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability Initiatives, and Company Image in Print and Social Media Communications,” Paper presented at the 27th International European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) Colloquium, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, July 2011.
Roberts, J., Buesching, B., Gonzalez, R., Mehta, N., Szoko, S., Zbrka, Z., and Reilly, A.H. (2011). “Recycling Initiatives at Two Urban Universities,” Paper presented at the 47th annual MBAA International/NAMS Conference, Chicago, March 2011.
Reilly, A. H. (2010). “Adopting a Sustainability Initiative: The Role of Organizational Culture and Strategy,” Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations, HEC Montreal, Canada, July 2010.
Reilly, A.H. & Keyt, A. (2009). “Co-Leadership and Shared Governance Structures: Implications from Family Business Research,” paper presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the Midwest Academy of Management, Chicago, October 2009.
Reilly, A.H., Brown, T.J., Eddy, E., Schifferdecker, J., Taylor, V.K., Taylor, J. & Mattice, J. (2007). “Executive Succession in a Family or Small Business: The O’Bannon Company Experiential Exercise,” paper presented at the 95th annual Society for Advancement of Management Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2007.
McGrath, M.A. & Reilly, A.H. (2006) “Innocents Abroad: Doing Student Research in a Cross-Cultural Setting,” paper presented at the Marketing Management Spring Conference, Chicago, March 2006. Named semi-finalist in the Hormel Master Teacher Competition.