Past Conferences

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

2013: Atlanta Georgia, July 11-13, 2013

Conference Summary

The eighth annual INGRoup conference attracted 173 participants (55 were first time attendees!). We had significant international representation with nearly 25% of the attendees from outside the USA. Professor Eduardo Salas (University of Central Florida), the 2012 Joseph E. McGrath Award recipient, delivered the McGrath  Lecture. The conference concluded at Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business, where attendees enjoyed dinner and and a jazz concert by Georgia Tech's Little Big Band. Afterwards, INGRoup attendees had the opportunty to talk with the musicians about teamwork and interdependece.

Program

View the 2013 INGRoup Conference Program.

2012: Chicago, IL, July 12-14, 2012

 


 

Conference Summary

The seventh annual INGRoup conference attracted 205 participants! We had significant international representation with nearly 25% of the attendees from outside the USA. Professors John Levine and Dick Moreland (University of Pittsburgh), the 2011 Joseph E. McGrath Award recipients, delivered the keynote address. The conference concluded at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art, where attendees had free reign to enjoy the museum, and were treated to music by The Caroline Davis Quartet with a discussion about teamwork and coordination in improvisational jazz.

Program

View the 2012 INGRoup Conference Program.

 


2011: Minneapolis, MN, July 21-23

 


 

Conference Summary

The sixth annual INGRoup conference attracted 170 participants! Professor Richard Hackman (Harvard Univ.), the 2010 Joseph E. McGrath Award recipient, delivered the keynote address. Performers from Xelias Aerial Arts Studio entertained and educated INGRoup participants about teamwork in circus acts.

Program

View the 2011 INGRoup Conference Program.  

 


2010: Washington, DC, July 22-24

 


 

Conference Statistics

The fifth annual INGRoup conference attracted over 200 participants -- the largest yet! Participant diversity spanned 94 academic institutions, 11 countries, and over a dozen disciplines. Since its inception, the INGRoup conference has attracted 410 unique attendees!

Program

View the 2010 INGRoup Conference Program.  

 


2009: Colorado Springs, CO, July 16-18

 


 

Conference Statistics

The fourth annual INGRoup conference attracted 142 participants from 95 academic institutions spanning over a dozen disciplines.   Seventy-four percent of participants were faculty, 25% were students, and 1% were professionals.  Although 75% of participants came from the USA, the conference attracted participants from ten other countries.

Program

View the 2009 INGRoup Conference Program.  

 


2008: Kansas City, MO, July 17-19

 


 

Conference Statistics

The third annual INGRoup conference attracted 99 participants from 68 academic institutions spanning over a dozen disciplines.   Sixty-seven percent of participants were faculty, 28% were students, and 5% were professionals.  Although 80% of participants came from the USA, the conference attracted participants from as far away as Canada, The Netherlands, and Switzerland.

Program

View the 2008 INGRoup Conference Program. 

Photos

Watch the 2008 INGRoup Conference Movie. The movie features photos from the 2008 INGRoup Conference and outing to the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center, where participants worked in teams to create their own artwork. 

 

 

2007: Lansing, MI, July 12-14

 


 

Conference Statistics

The second annual INGRoup conference attracted 128 participants from 76 academic institutions spanning over a dozen disciplines.   Seventy percent of participants were faculty, 26% were students, and 4% were professionals.  Although 75% of participants came from the USA, the conference attracted participants from as far away as Germany, The Netherlands, Switzerland, France, and South Korea.

Program

View the 2007 INGRoup Conference Program. 

Photos

Watch the 2007 INGRoup Conference Movie, featuring photos from the 2007 INGRoup Conference and Joseph McGrath Memorial. 

 

 

2006: Pittsburgh, PA, July 27-29


Conference Statistics

The inaugural INGRoup conference attracted 153 participants from 80 academic institutions spanning at least eight different disciplines (communication, history, industrial science, information systems, organizational behavior, philosophy, psychology, and sociology).  Seventy-one percent of participants were faculty, 26% were students, and 3% were professionals.  Although 82% of participants came from the USA, the conference attracted participants from as far away as Canada, Germany, The Netherlands, Switzerland, and Portugal.  Thanks to all participants for making the inaugural INGRoup conference such a success!

Program

View the 2006 Conference Program. 

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