Michael Boyer O’Leary graduated from MIT’s Sloan School of Management (PhD, Organization Studies) and Duke University (BA, Public Policy). Previously, he was on the faculty at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management and worked as a management consultant (Coopers & Lybrand) and policy analyst (Pelavin Associates/American Institutes of Research).
Prof. O’Leary’s research deals with high performing teams, global collaboration, information technology use, young leaders, and the changing context of 21st century knowledge work (e.g., increasingly dispersed; increasingly subject to the tensions of multiple team membership; increasingly subject to dramatic changes in the teams’ environments). His work has been published by MIT Press and in the Academy of Management Review, IESE Insight, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Organization Science, MIS Quarterly, Organization Studies, and Academy of Management’s Best Paper Proceedings.
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