Isabel Villamor

photo - Isabel Villamor
Title:
Ph.D. Candidate
Office:
Department of Management
Email:
[email protected]

Isabel Villamor is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Management at the GW School of Business (GWSB).

  • Ph.D. Candidate in Management, The George Washington University
  • M.B.A. IESE Business School, Navarra University, 2016
  • B.S. in International Business, Navarra University, 2011 with exchange programs in ESCP Business School and New South Wales University
  • Monitor Deloitte. Senior Strategy Consultant, 2011–2014
  • ACTEC – Interactuar (NGO). Consultant, 2016, 2017
  • Roche Diagnostics. Senior Consultant. Human Resources Department, 2016
  • Siemens – Gamesa. Assistant Consultant. Strategy Department, 2011
  • Aguinis, H., Villamor, I., Lazzarini, S. G., Vassolo, R. S., Amorós, J. E., Allen, D.G. 2020. Conducting management research in Latin America: Why and what’s in it for you?. Journal of Management, 46: 615-636.
  • Aguinis, H., Ramani, R. S., & Villamor, I. 2018. The first 20 years of Organizational Research Methods: Trajectory, impact, and predictions for the future. Organizational Research Methods, 22: 463-489.
  • Kremer, H., Villamor, I., & Aguinis, H. 2019. Innovation leadership: Best-practice recommendations for promoting employee creativity, voice, and knowledge sharing. Business Horizons, 62: 65-74.  [The first and second authors contributed equally.]
  • Aguinis, H., Joo, H., Lee, J., Kremer, H. E., & Villamor, I. 2018. Effects of non-normal performance distributions on the accuracy of utility analysis. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
  • Kremer, H., Villamor, I., & Ormiston, M. 2019. Princess bee effect: The reverse queen Bee Phenomenon. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
  • Aguinis, H., Villamor, I., & Ramani, R. S. 2020. Best practice recommendations for using Mturk in I-O psychology research. Annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Austin, Texas.
  • Aguinis, H., Villamor, I., Lazzarini, S. G., Vassolo, R. S., Amorós, J. E., Allen, D.G. 2020. Unleashing the opportunity of research in Latin America. Academy of Management Specialized Conference: Advancing Management Research in Latin America, Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Aguinis, H., Villamor, I., & Ramani, R. S. 2019. Best practice recommendations for using Amazon Mechanical Turk in management research. Academy of Management Conference, Boston, MA.
  • Foley, K., Villamor, I., & Hill, N. S. 2018.Virtuality and gender. A cross-disciplinary review and future research agenda. Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Joo, H., Aguinis, H., Lee, J., Kremer, H., & Villamor, I.. 2018. Non-normality of performance produces incorrect utility analysis results. Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Joo, H., Aguinis, H., Lee, J., Kremer, H., & Villamor, I.. 2018. Non-normality of performance produces incorrect utility analysis results. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Kremer, H., Villamor, I., & Ormiston, M. 2019. Princess bee effect: The reverse queen Bee Phenomenon. Academy of Management Conference, Boston, MA.
  • Villamor, I., Kremer, H., & Ormiston, M. 2020. Transparency of limitations: The impact of team gender diversity on transparency and team performance. Paper to be presented at the meetings of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Villamor, I., Kremer, H., & Aguinis, H. 2019. Innovation leadership: Best-practice recommendations for promoting employee creativity, voice, and knowledge sharing. George Washington University Research Days, Washington, D.C.

Chaired Refereed Conference Symposia and Workshops

  • Co-chair. Virtual work and women’s career equality: A double-edged sword. 2020. Symposium at the Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Co-chair. Conducting management research in Latin America: Why and What’s in It for You?. 2020. PDW at the Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Co-chair. Addressing challenges and pitfalls in internet data collection. 2019. Symposium at the Academy of Management Conference, Boston, MA.
  • Co-chair. Advancing virtual work research: Differences that matter for virtual work. 2018. Symposium at the Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Leadership
  • Virtual Work
  • Diversity
  • Star performers
  • Research methods