Dewaynna Horn, Ph.D.
College of Business
Program Area: Management - Houston
Ph.D., Jackson State University, Business Administration - Management
M.B.A., Millsaps College, Business Administration
B.S., Belhaven College, Business Administration
Dewaynna Horn, Ph.D., teaches graduate management courses and has an active research agenda in organizational behavior. She examines individual characteristics such as attitude, personality, values and leadership traits; individual processes such as perceptions, job engagement and career decision making; and the influence these factors on teams, individuals and organizational outcomes.
Horn, D., Mathis, C.J., Robinson, S.L., Randle, N. (2015). Is charismatic leadership effective when workers are pressured to be good citizens? The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 149(8), 1-24.
Rauniar, R., Horn, D., Rawski, G., Yang, J. (2013). Performance evaluation of a web-based integrated information system across the supply chain. International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management, 8(2),166-194.
Randle, N.W., Mathis, C.J., Cates (Horn), D. (2012). Coping to repair the career damage of workplace weight discrimination? Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict,16(1), 89-106.