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Robin L. Pinkley is Chairman of Organizational Behavior and Busines Policy for the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University, as well as the Director of the American Airlines center for Labor Relations and Dispute Resolution.Gregory B. Northcraft is a professor of Business Administration and Labor and Industrial Relations at the University of Illinois. He has consulted for such corporations as Hewlett-Packard, Motorola, and Walt Disney World. He is coauthor of Organizational Behavior: A Management Challenge and the current editor of the Academy of Management Journal.