Ph.D., Management, Paris-Dauphine University, France
M.Sc., Management (Grande Ecole), ESSEC, France
M.Sc., International Business, Sciences Po, France
B.A., Economics & English, Paris-West University, France
Jean-Nicolas Reyt is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour (OB) at McGill University in the Desautels Faculty of Management. He received a PhD in Management from Paris-Dauphine University. Prior to joining Desautels, he was a visiting scholar at New York University. He teaches OB classes at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels.
Professor Reyt's research focuses on the relationship between the distances people consider (e.g. when working remotely) and important work outcomes including creativity, exploratory learning, and interpersonal influence. His research has been published in top management journals, such as the Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior.
Professor Reyt also founded Distances in Organizations (https://dio.ac), a research network focused on the relationships between distance and important work outcomes.
New York University
University of Luxembourg
Wiesenfeld, B. M., Reyt, J.N., Brockner, J. (2017). Construal level theory in organizational research. Invited Paper: Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior.
Reyt, J. N., Wiesenfeld, B. M., Trope, Y. (2016). Big Picture is Better: The Social Implications of Construal Level for Advice Taking. Organizational Behavior and Human Decisions Processes.
Reyt, J.N., Wiesenfeld, B.M. (2015). Seeing the forest for the Trees: Exploratory Learning, Mobile Technology, and Knowledge Workers' Role Integration Behaviors. Academy of Management Journal.
2013: Finalist, Organization/Informs Dissertation Proposal Competition.
2009: 2013: Research Fellowship, Center for Research in Economics and Management, University of Luxembourg.
2015 - 2016: Insights Development Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Canada.
2011 & 2012: International Research Grant, Dauphine Doctoral Program in Management, Paris-Dauphine University.