• Education Open or Close

    Ph D, M.I.T. Sloan School of Management, Management (Organizational Studies), 1966.

    SM, M.I.T. Sloan School of Management, Management (Organizational Studies), 1964.

    BS, Yale University School of Engineering, Industrial Administration, High Honors, 1962.

  • PublicationsOpen or Close

    Journal Articles:

      Parker, P., Kram, K. E., Hall, D. T., (2014). Peer Coaching: an untapped resource for development.. Organizational Dynamics/Elsevier, 43(2), xx-xx.

      Parker, P., Kram, K. E., Hall, D. T., (2013). Exploring risk factors in peer coaching: A multi-level approach. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 49(3), 361-387. Thousand Oaks, CA.

      Grote, G., Hall, D. T., (2013). Reference groups: A missing link in career studies. Journal of Vocational Behavior,

      Hall, D. T., Kossek, E., Briscoe, J., Pichler, S., Lee, M., (2013). Nonwork orientations relative to career: A multidimensional measure. Journal of Vocational Behavior ("A" level journal in Psychology), 83(3), .

      Zhu, G., Wolff, S., Hall, D. T., Gutierrez, B., Kram, K. E., (2013). Too much or too little? A study of the impact of career complexity on executive adaptability. Career Development Internatonal, 18(5), 457-483.

      Hall, D. T., Lee, M. D., Kossek, E., Las Heras, M., (2012). Pursuing career success while sustaining personal and family well-being: A study of reduced-load professionals over time.. Journal of Social Issues, 68(4), 742-766. New York, NY.

      Kopelman, S., Feldman, E., McDaniel, D., Hall, D. T., (2012). Mindfully negotiating a career with a heart. Organizational Dynamics, 41(2), 163-171.

      Lee, M. D., Kossek, E. E., Hall, D. T., Litrico, J., (2011). Entangled strands: A process perspective on the evolution of careers in the context of personal, family, work, and community life.. Human Relations, 64(12), 1531-1553. London.

      Hall, D. T., Las Heras, M., (2010). Reintegrating job design and career theory: Creating not just good jobs but smart jobs.. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 31(2 or 3), 448-462. London.

      Hall, D. T., Chandler, D. E., Kram, K. E., (2010). A Developmental Network & Relational Savvy Approach to Talent Development: A Low-Cost Alternative.. Organizational Dynamics, 39(1), 48-58. New York, NY.

      Hall, D. T., Zikic, J., (2010). Toward a more complex view of career exploration.. Career Development Quarterly, 58(2), 181-191. New York, NY.

      Yan, S., Hall, D. T., (2009). When expatriates explore other options: Retaining talent through greater job embeddedness and repatriation adjustment. Human Resource Management, 48(5), 793-816. New York, NY.

      Kram, K., Hall, D. T., Chandler, D., (2009). A Developmental Network & Relational Savvy Approach to Talent Development: A Low-Cost Alternative. Organizational Dynamics, 39(1), 48-56. San Francisco, CA.

      Hall, D. T., Chudzikowski, K., Demel, B., Mayrhofer, W., Briscoe, J. P., Unite, J., Milikic, B. B., Las Heras, M., Shen, Y., Zikic, J., (2009). Career transitions and their causes: A country-comparative perspective.. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 82(4), 825-849. London.

      Hall, D. T., Kram, K., Chandler, D. E., (2009). How to be a smart protege. Sloan Management Review, 2009(August), . New York, N. Y..

      Hall, D. T., O'Connell, D. J., McNeely, E., (2008). Unpacking personal adaptability at work. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies , 14(3), 248-259. Thousand Oaks, CA.

      Hall, D. T., (2008). “Reflections on calling and careers in community psychology.”. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 35(1), 107-112. New York, NY.

      Kram, K., Parker, P., Hall, D. T., (2008). "Peer Coaching and Accelerated Career Development". Academy of Management Learning and Education, 7(4), 487-503.

      Hall, D. T., McArdle, S., Waters, L., Briscoe, J. P., (2007). S. McArdle, L. Waters, J. P. Briscoe, and D. T. Hall (2007). Employability during Unemployment: Adaptability, career identity and human and social capital Corresponding. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 71, 247-264.. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 71(2), 247-264. Jouvre, Mayenne.

      Lips-Wiersma, M., Hall, D. T., (2007). Organizational career development is not dead: a case study on managing the new career during organizational change.. Journal of Organizational Behavior, London.

      Hall, D. T., Barnett, R. C., (2007). The silver lining in shift work: Can your organization take advantage of it?. Organizational Dynamics, 36(4), 404-417.

      Karaevli, A., Hall, D. T., (2006). How Career Variety Promotes the Adaptability of Managers: A Theoretical Model.. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 69(3), 359-373. London.

      Hall, D. T., Chandler, D. E., (2005). Psychological Success: When the career is a calling. Journal of Organizational Behavior, New York, NY.


      Hall, D. T., (2013). Career Management & Work-Life Integration: Using Self-Assessment to Navigate Contemporary Careers (Chinese Edition). : China Machine Press.

      Bunker, K., Hall, D. T., Kram, K., (2010). Extraordinary Leadership: Addressing the Gaps in Senior Executive Development. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

    Book Chapters:

      Waters, L., Briscoe, J., Hall, D. T., (2014). Using protean career attitude to facilitate a positive approach to unemployment. In M. Cozee (Ed.), Perspectives on psycho-social career meta-capacities: Dynamics of contemporary career development, New York: Springer.

      Feldman, E., Hall, D. T., (2013). Work-family research and practice: What if the whole person mattered? In S. A. Y. Poelmans, J. H. Greenhaus, & M. Las Heras Maestro (Eds.), Expanding the boundaries of work-family research: A vision for the future., London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp 91-106.

      Hall, D. T., Feldman, E., Kim, N., (2013). Meaningful work and the protean career. Purpose and Meaning in the Workplace., Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

      Hall, D. T., Kim, N., (2013). The changing notion of retirement. In M. Wang (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Retirement,, New York: Oxford University Press, pp 102-116.

      Hall, D. T., Mirvis, P., (2013). The Oxford Handbook of the Psychology of Working, in Redefining work, work identity, and career success, David L. Blustein, New York: Oxford University Press, pp 203-217.

      Hall, D. T., Las Heras, M., (2012). "Personal Growth through Career Work: A Positive Approach to Careers" The Oxford Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 507-518.

      Hall, D. T., Las Heras, M., (2009). "Long live the organizational career" Vocational Psychological and Organisational Perspectives on Career: Towards a Multidisciplinary Dialogue, Rotterdam: Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp 181-196.

      Chandler, D. E., Hall, D. T., (2007). Career Cycles and Mentoring, in B. R. Ragins & K. E. Kram (Eds.), Handbook of Mentoring, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Hall, D. T., Karaevli, A., (2007). The Role of Strategic Career Development in Achieving Organization Effectiveness: A Multilevel Model. In T. Cummings (Ed.), The Handbook of Organization Development., Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage., pp 367-383.

      Hall, D. T., Moore, C., Gunz, H., (2007). Tracing the historical roots of career theory in management and organization studies. In H. Gunz & M. Peiperl (Eds.), Handbook of Career Studies, Thousand Oaks, CA:, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp 13-38.

      Hall, D. T., Las Heras, M., (2007). Integration of career and life. In D. Bilimoria & S. K. Piderit (Eds.), Handbook on Women in Business and Management., Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, pp 178-205.

      Hall, D. T., Mirvis, P. H., (1996). Psychological success and the boundaryless career. In M. B. Arthur and D. M. Rousseau (Eds.), The Boundaryless Career: A New Employment Principle for a New Organizational Era, New York: Oxford, pp 237-255.

      Hall, D. T., Mirvis, P., (Accepted). Redefining Work, Work Identity, and Career Success, New York: D. Blustein (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook on the Psychology of Working.

  • Research PresentationsOpen or Close

    Invited Lectures:

      Shen, Y., (Author Only), Yan, A., (Author Only), Hall, D. T., (Author Only), Invited research presentation, School of Business, Renmin University, Being connected and supported while abroad: The structure of expatriate developmental networks, Renmin University, Beijing, China. (May 16, 2012).

      Hall, D., (Presenter and Author), Work-Family Researchers Network Annual Conference, Current status of research on careers & the work-family interface, Work-Family Researchers Network, New York City. (June 15, 2012).

      Hall, D., (Presenter and Author), ETH conference on careers, Protean careers and career success, Department of Management, ETH (Swiss Institute of Technology), Zurich, Switzerland. (June 12, 2012).

      Hall, D., (Presenter and Author), Workshop on career management, Careers and work-family integration, Department of Management, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Boston. (July 28, 2012).

      Hall, D., (Discussant), Academy of Management Symposium, "Self-directed career management: International perspectives", Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston. (August 7, 2012).

      Hall, D., (Chair), Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Session Chair for Symposium, "Reference groups: The missing links in careers research", Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston. (August 7, 2012).

  • General ServiceOpen or Close

    Service to the School:

      Boston University, UPT Member. (July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2015).
      Review tenure, promotion, and appointment applications and write reports.

      International, Boston University, Organizational Behavior Department, Sponsor to Visiting Scholars (e.g.,Prof. Polly Parker, U. of Queensland; Prof. Miguel Arina, IESE Business School), School of Management and ISSO. (September 1, 2012 - Present).
      Support certain international scholars visiting the SMG O.B. Department as Visiting Scholars (e.g., Prof. Polly Parker, U. of Queensland; Prof. Miguel Arina, IESE Business School.)

      Local, Boston University, Organizational Behavior Department, Member of core faculty group, Leadership & Organizational Transformation Concentration and Club. (January 1, 2012 - Present).

      Local, Boston University, Committee Member. (July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013).
      Mission: The Graduate Council serves in an advisory role to the University Provost and assists in developing and promoting best practices and policies to serve the entire graduate community, including students, faculty and staff from across the institution. The council is committed to facilitating and supporting a standard of excellence and fairness in all graduate programs and provides a forum for effective information exchange.

      Local, Boston University, Faculty Policy or Development, Faculty Director, Faculty Director, MBA Program. (September 1, 2004 - June 30, 2013).
      Work with graduate Management faculty and Dean's Office to continuously improve the quality of the MBA Program and of the student's experience in the Program.

      Boston University, MBA Program, PDC Chair, Yes. (September 1, 2004 - June 30, 2013).
      Chair the MBA PDC, which oversees the academic content and student experience of the MBA Program.

      School of Management, IMBA Task Force Chair, Committee Chair. (October 1, 2013 - December 15, 2013).
      Chaired Task Force to Review the International MBA Program, Fall, 2013.

      Local, Boston University, Curriculum Development Activities, MBA Program. (May 3, 2012 - May 3, 2012).

      Local, Boston University, Curriculum Development Activities, Feld Career Center. (April 25, 2012 - May 3, 2012).

      Local, Boston University, Organizational Behavior Department, Organizational Behavior Department. (March 20, 2012 - March 20, 2012).

      Local, Boston University, Undergraduate Program, SMG Undergraduate Program. (April 14, 2012 - April 14, 2012).

  • Conference ActivitiesOpen or Close

      Bi-annual International Conference on Work & Family, IESE Business School, Barcelona, Committee Member. (July 1, 2013 - July 3, 2013).

      Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Academy of Management, Symposium: A wise choice of an identity, Discussant (work of others). (August 7, 2013 - August 7, 2013).

  • Academic, Military and Professional PositionsOpen or Close

    MBA Faculty Director and Chair of MBA PDC, SMG. (September 1, 2004 - June 30, 2013).

  • Awards and HonorsOpen or Close

    Broderick Award for Service to SMG, SMG Dean's Office, Service, Community. (May 26, 2013).