Richard R. Reilly is Emeritus Professor in the Howe School of Technology Management, Stevens Institute of Technology and is currently a technical advisor to the office of Naval Research Benchmarking and Best Practices Center. Dr. Reilly holds the Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Tennessee and was on the faculty of the Howe School for over 25 years where he developed and led the Ph.D. program in Technology Management. Dr. Reilly has developed and taught courses in Research Methods, Multivariate Statistics, Psychometrics, Leadership, and Judgment and Decision Making.
Before joining Stevens, Dr. Reilly was a research psychologist for Bell Laboratories, the Educational Testing Service and AT&T and has been a consultant to Fortune 500 and governmental organizations. He is on the Editorial Boards of Personnel Psychology, and the International Journal of e-Collaboration and is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the American Psychological Society. He serves on the Board of the Institute for Innovation and Information Productivity and has been a board member for the behavioral initiative at the National Medical Examiners Board. He has authored four books and over 70 publications related to organizational behavior and project and team performance. Dr. Reilly’s most recent books include Blockbusters: Five Keys to Developing Great New Products published by Harper-Collins and Uniting the Virtual Workforce, published by Wiley & Sons and The Human Side of Project Leadership published by the Project Management Institute. Dr. Reilly's current research interests include virtual team and organizational performance, innovation/new product development and leadership development.
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