University of California, Riverside

Anderson Graduate School of Management

Faculty Bio

Kathleen Montgomery

Professor of the Graduate Division, Emerita Professor of Organizations and Management

Curriculum Vitae , updated 06/2014


Kathleen Montgomery is Professor of the Graduate Division; she also is Emerita Professor of Organizations and Management in the School of Business Administration at UCR. She has been a visiting scholar at Oxford University, Stanford, and UCLA, and is an Honorary Associate of the Centre for Values, Ethics, and the Law in Medicine at the University of Sydney.

Professor Montgomery received her Ph.D. in sociology from New York University, where she began her research on professional-organizational relationships. Her current research continues this stream, now focusing on issues of trust, integrity, and behavioral norms, especially during encounters between patients and the health care delivery system. She has taught courses in organizational theory and behavior, work force diversity, human resource management, and health care management. She has been a frequent participant in the University Honors Program and in the campus-wide diversity initiative, Making Excellence Inclusive.

Professor Montgomery is the 2011 recipient of the Myron D. Fottler Exceptional Service Award from the Academy of Management’s Health Care Management Division, in recognition of a career of contributions to the profession in research, professional leadership, and mentoring. In 2012, she gave the keynote address at the 8th Biennial International Organisational Behaviour in Healthcare Conference in Dublin. She has previously received awards both for her teaching (Professor of the Year of the University Honors Program) and for her research (Ascendant Scholar and several Best Paper awards).

Recent Scholarship

  • Ferlie, E., Montgomery, K. & Pedersen, A., eds. 2015.  Oxford Handbook of Health Care Management.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

  • Montgomery, K. & Lipworth, W.  2014.   "Using the Survival/Security/Flourishing Model to Explain the Emerence and Shape of the Medical Profession."  In Debates in Values-Based Practice, M. Loughlin, ed.  Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
  • Montgomery, K.  2014.  "Developments in Conceptions of Patient-Centered Care: Implementation Challenges in the Context of High-Risk Therapy."  In Keating, M., McDermott, A., & Montgomery, K. , eds.  2014.   Patient-Centered Health Care: Achieving Coordination, Communciation, and Innovation.  Palgrave-MacMillan Publishers, forthcoming.
  • Jordens, C., Montgomery, K. & Forsyth, R.  2013.  "Trouble in the Gap: A Bioethical and Sociological Analysis of Informed Consent for High-Risk Medical Procedures."  Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 10: 67-77.
  • Factor, R., Oliver, A. & Montgomery, K. 2013.  "Beliefs About Social Responsibility at Work: Comparisons between Managers and Non-Mangers Over Time and Cross Nationally."  Business Ethics: A European Review, 22:143-158.
  • Montgomery, K. & Little, M. 2011. “Enriching Patient-Centered Care in Serious Illness: A Focus on Patients’ Experiences of Agency.” The Milbank Quarterly, 89(3): 381-398.
  • Leahey, E. & Montgomery, K. 2011. “The Meaning of Regulation in a Changing Academic Profession.” In The American Academic Profession: Changing Forms and Functions, J. Hermanowicz, ed. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 295-311.


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