Gary Lynn

Professor

School: School of Business

Building: Babbio Center

Room: 406

Phone: (201) 216-8732

Fax: (201) 216-5385

Email: glynn@stevens.edu

Institutional Service
  • Noodle Course Development Chair
  • Course Coordinator Chair
  • Course Coordinator Chair
  • Course Coordinator Chair
  • Online Certificate in Teaming and Leadership Chair
  • Chair: Promotions and Tenure Committee, School of Business (October-April 2018) Chair
Professional Service
  • Global Scaling Society Co-Founder
  • Virtual Economics Editorial Board
  • Marketing and Management of Innovations Editorial Board
  • Journal of Business and Economic Development Editorial Board
  • Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship Editorial Board
  • European Journal of Innovation Editorial Board
Professional Societies
  • Director and founding member – Global Scaling Society Fellow
  • PDMA – Product Development and Management Association Member
  • NSA – National Speakers Association Member
Selected Publications
Book Chapter
  1. Aronson, Z. H.; Reilly, R. R.; Lynn, G. (2021). Understanding the Role of Team Personal Style in Project Performance: Does the Type of Innovation Matter? In Alexander M, Brem (Eds), Emerging Issues and Trends in Innovation and Technology Management. World Scientific Publishing (2021).
Conference Proceeding
  1. Kocoglu, I.; Lynn, G.; Aronson, Z.; Dominick, P.; Burke, P. (2020). Beyond Vision Clarity: It Takes Trust to Listen to the Team. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. Academy of Management.
  2. Kocoglu, I.; Lynn, G.; Dominick, P.; Aronson, Z.; Burke, P. (2018). Actions Speak Louder Than Words: How Trust and Commitment Enhance Team Action Listening.. Chicago, Illinois.: Academy of Management Annual Meeting. .
  3. Aronson, Z.; Reilly, R.; Lynn, G. (2005). The impact of leader personality on NPD teamwork and performance: The moderating role of uncertainty. Academy of Management Conference, Hawaii..
  4. Aronson, Z.; Reilly, R.; Lynn, G. (2004). The role of leader personality in new product development team success. Academy of Management Conference, New Orleans, LA. .
  5. Reilly, R.; Lynn, G.; Aronson, Z. (2003). New product development team performance: The role of team member personality. Academy of Management Conference, Seattle, WA..
Journal Article
  1. Kocoglu , I.; Lynn, G.; Dominick, P.; Aronson, Z. H.; Burke, P.; Jung, Y. (2019). Actions speak louder than words: How team trust and commitment enhance team action listening and team success. Management Decision (3 ed., vol. 58,, pp. 465-494). Emerald Publishing Limited.
  2. Aronson, Z.; Reilly, R.; Lynn, G. (2008). The role of leader personality in new product development success: An examination of teams developing radical and incremental innovations. International Journal of Technology Management (1/2 ed., vol. 44, pp. 5-27).
  3. Aronson, Z.; Reilly, R.; Lynn, G. (2006). The impact of leader personality on NPD teamwork and performance: The moderating role of uncertainty. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management (vol. 23, pp. 221–247).
  4. Reilly, R.; Aronson, Z.; Lynn, G. (2002). The role of personality in new product development team performance. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management (vol. 19, pp. 39–58).