prof.dr. M.C. (Michaéla) Schippers

Endowed Professor
Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Fellow ERIM
Field: Logistics & Information Systems
Affiliated since 2003

Michaéla Schippers is Endowed Professor of Behaviour and Performance Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She received her Ph.D from the Psychology Department at the Free University in Amsterdam.

Current research concentrates on team reflexivity, team diversity and team leadership, as well as goal-setting, academic performance (study success) and the use of team charters to improve student team performance. Other current projects concern knowledge sharing within teams and networks, virtual teams, new ways of working, behavioral operations management, and social exclusion/inclusion.

Her work has been published in journals such as Annual Review of Psychology, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Organizational Behavior, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, and Human Relations.

Dr. Schippers is co-founder of the Reflexivity Network and scientific director of the Erasmus Center of Behavioral Operations Management www.erim.eur.nl/research/centres/behavioral-operations-management/.

  • J. Backmann, M. Weiss, M.C. Schippers & M. Hoegl (2018). Protective personality factors and student resiliency predicting academic achievement: A multi-wave study on the moderating role of achievement orientation. Personality and Individual Differences, Under rev..
  • U. Konradt, M.C. Schippers, K. Otte & A. Fulmer (2018). Dynamics in team reflection: Diversity in ethical idealism and its relations with team coordination and performance improvements. Academy of Management Learning & Education, R&R.
  • M.C. Schippers, L. Rook, S.L. Van de Velde & E. Bendoly (2018). Team reflexivity and regulatory focus can enhance sales and operations planning effectiveness: Evidence from a business simulation. Journal of Organizational Behavior, working p.
  • A.C.R. Van Riel, Z. Sasovova & M.C. Schippers (2018). Technology mediated learning: The role of information system attributes, the user and the learning experience. Academy of Management Learning & Education, working p.
  • R. Silberzahn, S. Taselli & M.C. Schippers (2018). Tendency for amorality, justification of norm violations and team performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, working p.
  • M.C. Schippers, F. Kunze & K. Bezrukova (2018). Faultlines and team reflexivity in school management teams: The effect on student's performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, working p.
  • E. Dolgova & M.C. Schippers (2018). The co-evolution of perceptions of competence and friendship: The effect of self-monitoring personality. Organization Science, R&R (2).
  • M.C. Schippers, E.A. Locke, D. Morisano, Ad Scheepers & J.B. Peterson (2018). Enhancing student retention and academic performance: The effects of guided reflection on study choice and goals. Journal of Educational Psychology, working p.
  • M.C. Schippers, M.A. West & A.C. Edmondson (2016). Team reflexivity and innovation. In The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Teamwork and Collaborative Processes (in press). Wiley Blackwell
  • S. De Leeuw, M.C. Schippers & S. Hoogervorst (2016). The Fresh Connection: Cross-functional integration in Supply Chain Management. In E. Bendoly, W. VanWezel & D..G. Bachrach (Eds.), Handbook of Behavioral Operations Management: Social and psychological dynamics in production and service settings. Oxford Press: Oxford
  • M.C. Schippers (2001). Reflexiviteit als hulpmiddel. In H. Korevaar, Y. Politiek & P. Spruit (Eds.), Managers en teams. Alphen aan den Rijn: Samson
  • M.C. Schippers (2012). Why team reflexivity works. RSM Insight, 12 (4), 18-19.
  • P.J. van Baalen, D. van der Meulen, J. Bouwman & M.C. Schippers (2012). Task-location optimization in the Hybrid Workspace. Tijdschrift voor Ergonomie, 37 (3), 28-32.
  • M.C. Schippers, L. Rook & S.L. van de Velde (2011). Crisis performance predictability in supply chains. RSM Insight, 7 (3), 10-11.
  • M.C. Schippers, D.N. den Hartog & P.L. Koopman (2005). Reflexiviteit van teams: Ontwikkeling van een instrument. Gedrag en Organisatie, 18 (2), 83-102.
  • Role: Daily Supervisor
  • PhD Candidate: Stefanie Brix
  • Time frame: 2010 - 2016
  • Role: Member Doctoral Committee
  • PhD Candidate: Nick van der Meulen
  • Time frame: 2011 - 2016
  • Role: Co-promotor
  • PhD Candidate: Christina Wessels
  • Time frame: 2013 - 2017
  • Role: Promotor
  • PhD Candidate: Evgenia Dolgova
  • Time frame: 2007 -
  • Role: Promotor
  • PhD Candidate: Negin Jamili
  • Time frame: 2018 -

Editorial positions (13)

  • European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology

    Consulting Editor

  • Journal of Business and Psychology

    Consulting Editor

  • Small Group Research

    Consulting Editor

  • Academy of Management Review

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Organization Science

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Psychological Science

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Journal of Organizational Behavior

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Group and Organization Management

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Group Processes and Intergroup Relations

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Applied Psychology

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Journal of Organizational Change Management

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Personnel Review

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • The Leadership Quarterly

    Consulting Editor

Organization Memberships

The ERIM-LIS (Business Processes, Logistics, and Information Systems) research program consists of three main research themes: (i) Supply Chain Management; (ii) Business Information Management, and (iii) Innovation Management. The reader of this project description on Supply Chain Management is encouraged to visit the other project descriptions within the LIS-program as well.

The aim of the ERIM-LIS research group is to be at the forefront of the developments in its domain and to make major contributions both to management science and to management practice. The research aims to contribute significantly to the leading role of the Netherlands as a gateway to Europe and as an innovative country. Much of the research is inspired by business challenges, and by the new opportunities of innovative information and communication systems, and technologies.

The research in the ERIM-LIS program is inter-disciplinary, integrating both quantitative and empirical research methods. Around the main research themes several research centres have been built (e.g. Smart Port, Behavioural Operations, Closed Loop Supply Chains, Optimization in Public Transport, Procurement, and Future Energy Business), which are used to focus the research, to acquire external funding, and to disseminate the research findings.

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2017
June
16
2017
June
16
Research Seminar
As: Speaker, Coordinator
2014
October
15
Research Seminar
As: Coordinator, Contact
2013
October
28
Research Seminar
As: Contact, Coordinator
2012
December
10
2011
May
23
Research Seminar
As: Coordinator

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Visiting address

Office: Mandeville Building T09-50
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738
3000 DR Rotterdam
Netherlands