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Kelly Basile

Kelly Basile

Assistant Professor of Management, Department of Business and Economics


Contact Information

617-732-1602


Office Hours

Office: Administration Building, Room 430-A

Education

Ph.D., London School of Economics; M.B.A., Babson College; M.S.W., Boston University; B.A. Sociology, Boston College


Bio

I received by Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2014. My research interests are focused on the boundary conditions between work and non-work activities, as well as more recently on global leadership and cross-cultural management. Prior to coming to Emmanuel, I worked at Harvard Business School on a global, multi-method research project on leadership with senior leaders in a leading multinational technology organization. In addition to my academic research experience, I also worked in commercial research and consulting for over a decade and was involved in the design and implementation of hundreds of qualitative and quantitative research projects across a range of public and private industry sectors.


What I Love About Emmanuel

I love that students are able to engage in a diverse liberal arts curriculum within a small supportive college environment. I also love that Emmanuel offers this environment, while at the same time being located in the heart of Boston.  

Courses I Teach

I am currently teaching Introduction to Business and Organizational Behavior. In the spring I will also add Human Resources Management.


Publications + Presentations

Beauregard, T.A., Basile, K.A. and Thompson, Organizational Culture in the Context of National Culture. (2016) In Shockley, K., Winny Shen and Ryan Johnson (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of the Global Work-Family Interface. (FORTHCOMING)

Basile, K. and Beauregard, A. (2016). "Strategies for successful telework: How effective employees manage work/home boundaries." Strategic HR Review, 15 (3): 106-111.

Beauregard, A., Basile, K. and Canonico, E. (2013) "Home is where the work is: A New study of homeworking at Acas and Beyond"