Insiya Hussain is an Assistant Professor of Management. Her research focuses on understanding how employees can overcome the challenges of speaking up at work to share their ideas and opinions, advocate social issues, and negotiate for personal rewards. Insiya’s research has been published in Academy of Management Journal and Journal of Applied Psychology. Her work has also been featured in practitioner outlets including Harvard Business Review. Prior to joining academia, Insiya worked at J.P. Morgan’s investment bank and as a Project Manager at technology companies. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Columbia University, and her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the University of Maryland.
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|Michael Parke, Subrahmaniam Tangirala, and Insiya Hussain. Creating Organizational Citizens: How and When Supervisor-versus Peer-Led Role Interventions Change Organizational Citizenship Behavior. Journal of Applied Psychology , forthcoming.|
|Insiya Hussain, Rui Shu, Subrahmaniam Tangirla, and Srinivas Ekkirala. 2019. The Voice Bystander Effect: How Information Redundancy Inhibits Employee Voice. Academy of Management Journal 62(3), 828-849.|