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Sandra Fisher

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Associate Professor
Consumer & Organizational Studies

375 Bertrand H. Snell Hall
Clarkson University
PO Box 5790
Potsdam, NY 13699-5790

Phone: 315-268-6430
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Ph.D., Michigan State University

Research/Teaching Interests
Current research interests focus on how technology affects individuals in organizations, including how individuals respond to technology used for systems such as training, career development, and performance appraisal. Another area of interest is the impact of evolving employment arrangements on individual behavior and organizational outcomes. Teaching interests include courses in human resource management and technology management.

Courses Taught
    * OS352 - Strategic Human Resource Management
    * OM476/676 - Management of Technology

Recent Publications:

Marler, J. H., and Fisher, S. L. (In press). An evidence based review of e-HRM and strategic human resource management. Human Resource Management Review.

Wears, K. H., and Fisher, S. L. (2012). Who is an employer in the triangular employment relationship?  How definitional confusion creates risk for employers and minimizes employee rights. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 24(3), 159-176.

Orvis, K., Brusso, R., Wasserman, M. and Fisher, S. L. (2011). E-nabled for e-learning? The moderating role of personality in determining the optimal degree of learner control in an e-learning environment.  Human Performance, 24(1), 60-78.

Fisher, S. L., Graham, M. E., Vachon, S., and Vereecke, A. (2010). Don’t miss the boat:  Research on HRM and supply chains, Human Resource Management, 49(5), 813-828.

Fisher, S. L., Wasserman, M. E., and Orvis, K.  (2010). Trainee reactions to learner control features: An important link in the e-learning equation.  International Journal of Training and Development, 14(3), 198-208. 

Orvis, K, Fisher, S. L., and Wasserman, M. E.  (2009). Power to the people: Using learner control to improve trainee reactions and learning in web-based instructional environments. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94(4), 960-971.

Marler, J., Fisher, S. L., and Ke, W. (2009). Employee self-service technology acceptance: A comparison of pre-implementation and post-implementation relationships.  Personnel Psychology, 62(2), 327-358.

Fisher, S. L., Wasserman, M. E., Wolf, P. P., and Wears, K. H.  (2008). Human resource issues in outsourcing: A review and research agenda. Human Resource Management, 47(3), 501-523.

Sill, H. E., Fisher, S. L., and Wasserman, M. E.  (2008). Consumer reactions to potential intrusiveness and benefits of RFID.  International Journal of Information Technology Management, 7(1), 76-97.

Fisher, S. L., Wasserman, M. E., and Palthe, J. (2007). Management practices for on-site consultants: Lessons learned from the expatriate experience. Consulting Psychology Journal, 59(1), 17-29.

Fisher, S. L., and Howell, A. W. (2004). Beyond user acceptance:  An examination of employee reactions to information technology systems. Human Resource Management, 43(2/3), 243-258.

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