Logan Steele is an assistant professor in the Information Systems Decision Sciences Department at the Muma College of Business. He joined USF in 2017 and teaches Organizational Assessment at the undergraduate level. Prior to USF, he taught at the University of Oklahoma and the University of Central Oklahoma.
His research focuses on the intersection of innovation and leadership and he seeks to understand how organizations can most effectively produce sustainable innovation. He also looks at measurement and assessment with respect to refining assessments used for selection, advancing our understanding of performance criteria (e.g., creativity, ethical behavior), or modeling the mediating mechanisms that connect these outcomes and their predictors. Within these areas, he has published in outlets such as Journal of Applied Psychology, The Leadership Quarterly, and Journal of Business Ethics.
Steele earned two degrees from the Univrsity of Oklahoma: a Master of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and a PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. He earned an undergraduate degree in psychology from Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington.
- MAN 4282 Organizational Assessment
- Medeiros, K. E., Steele, L. M., Watts, L. L., & Mumford, M. D. (in press). Timing is everything: Examining the role of constraints throughout the creative process. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. doi: 10.1037/aca0000148
- Watts, L. L., Ness, A. M., Steele, L. M., & Mumford, M. D. (in press). Learning from stories of leadership: How reading about personalized and socialized politicians impacts performance on an ethical decision-making simulation. The Leadership Quarterly. doi: 10.1016/j.leaqua.2017.04.004
- Steele, L. M., McIntosh, T., & Higgs, C. (2017). Intrinsic motivation and creativity: Opening up a black box. In M. D. Mumford & S. Hemlin (Ed.), Handbook of research on creativity and leadership (pp. 100-130). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.