Patrick Flynn, Ph.D. joined the Poole College of Management team from the University of South Carolina at Columbia’s Darla Moore School of Business. There, he completed his doctorate degree in organizational behavior and human resources while serving as an academic research assistant. His research is focused on theory, design, and analysis of dynamic individual and group level processes, including the process of adaptation and emergence in teams. His articles have appeared in Psychological Medicine and Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior.
Prior to receiving his doctorate degree, Flynn was the director of program development for the Consero Group LLC based in Washington, D.C. and Dublin, Ireland.
Ph.D. Organizational Behavior and Human Resources University of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of Business 2019
Bachelor Supply Chain Management University of Maryland 2008
Area(s) of Expertise
Human Resource Management, Teams, Transitions, Adaptation, Resilience
- Unit cohesion during deployment and post-deployment mental health: is cohesion an individual- or unit-level buffer for combat-exposed soldiers? , PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE (2022)
- To err is human: Exploratory multilevel analysis of supply chain delivery delays , JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (2021)
- Tracking the Process of Resilience: How Emotional Stability and Experience Influence Exhaustion and Commitment Trajectories , GROUP & ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT (2021)
- Transition Processes: A Review and Synthesis Integrating Methods and Theory , Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior (2017)