Kevin Rockmann

Professor of Management at George Mason University School of Business
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Kevin Rockmann is an expert in marketing, dispersed workers/telecommuters, socialization, virtual teams, identity/identification, decision making, organizational behavior, and negotiations. He has conducted research on high-quality relationships in organizations and teams, non-standard work, and telework. He also researched the effect of co-working spaces on relationship building and the experiences of social isolation in the workplace. Kevin is currently working on a theory piece on the experience of transience. Rockmann has been featured in NPR, TechTarget, Quartz, Daily Mail, FCW, Cheat Sheet, and Business Insider.

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  • Meetings are for decisions, not updates. Managers should include only those employees in a conference call that are absolutely critical.