2013 2012

2013

December 2013

Dr. Douglas G. Campbell, a faculty member in the School of Management, received a best paper award in Division II: Organizational Behavior, Theory, and Development at the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management conference in San Diego in October. He was recognized for his presentation “Shadow Managers and Their Shadow Employees: Their Professional Relationship, Motivation, and Satisfaction.” Dr. Campbell is the owner and senior researcher at SRAS (Superior Research, Analysis, and Solutions) in Reno, Nev., and a co-owner and consultant at Pacific Advantage Consulting, a Chico, Calif., business that works with nonprofit organizations.

Dr. Julie Ducharme and Dr. Cheryl A. Lentz, faculty members in the School of Management, were recognized with a best paper award in Division IV: Management Education and Pedagogy at the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management conference held in San Diego in October. They won for their presentation “Creating Successful Online Courses with Emerging Technologies.” Dr. Ducharme is the owner of JD Consulting and the president and founder of Synergy Learning Institute, both in San Diego. She advises universities and corporations across the United States on leadership, business, and marketing matters. Dr. Lentz is an author, professor, publisher, and dissertation coach whose series The Refractive Thinker provides a peer-reviewed publishing venue for doctoral scholars.

Dr. Judy Fisher-Blando, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored the chapter “Using Phenomenological Design to Explore Knowledge Sharing” published in the third edition The Refractive Thinker: Volume II: Research Methodology (Refractive Thinker Press, 2013). The book was edited by Cheryl A. Lentz, a faculty member in the School of Management.

Dr. Kenneth Gossett, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored the article “An Investigation of Pilot Fatigue in Helicopter Emergency Medical Services” in Air Medical Journal (Vol. 32, Issue 5).

Dr. Gary Keller, a faculty member in the School of Management, recently presented a symposium for doctoral students in the Monarch Business School at the University for Graduate Studies in Management in Zug, Switzerland, on publishing a doctoral dissertation and journal articles based on dissertation work. Dr. Keller also teaches at its business school.

Dr. Gregory Uche, a faculty member in the School of Management, and Claretta Taylor Pam, a Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) student, recently co-presented their paper “A Theoretical Analysis of the Tenets of Multinational Enterprise” at the 2013 Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management conference in San Diego.

November 2013

Dr. Matthew Gonzalez, a faculty member in the School of Management, recently received a DiversityFIRST Award from the Texas Diversity Council in recognition of his advocacy for diversity and inclusion. Dr. Gonzalez serves as the chief academic officer of the council’s advanced leadership institute.

Dr. Joseph E. Massey, a faculty member in the School of Management, presented the paper “Expatriate Adjustment in Macau” at the Business & Economics Society International conference in Monte Carlo, Monaco, in July.

October 2013

Dr. Kathleen Barclay, a faculty member in the School of Management, gave a poster presentation at the Third World Congress on Positive Psychology in Los Angeles, Calif., this summer.

Dr. Matthew Gonzalez, a faculty member in the School of Management, published “Women: A View Into Leadership Qualities and Perceptions” in the Leadership & Organizational Management Journal (Vol. 13, Issue 3).

Dr. Gary Keller, a faculty member in the School of Management, presented the paper “Evaluating and Assessing Adult Student Learning Outcomes: A Quantitative Methodology” at the 20th International Conference on Learning at the University of the Aegean in Rhodes, Greece, in July. He also published the article “Evaluating If a Linkage Exists Between CEO Compensation and the Net Income and Stock Price of Their Firm: A Micro Study” in the Global Business Review (Vol. 2, Issue 4).

Dr. Cheryl A. Lentz, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “Do Leadership Behaviors Matter? Examining the Effects of Leadership Styles on Financial Performance” in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness (Vol. 1, Issue 2).

Dr. Roger Mayer, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-presented two sessions at the American Accounting Association annual meeting in Anaheim, Calif. The first addressed how to extract Medicare cost data for hospital related research projects and the second addressed how urban hospitals’ missions and cost structures affect patients’ perception of quality.

Dr. Thomas J. Schaefer, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “An Empirical Analysis of Rate of Return Maximizing Portfolios” in the Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal (Vol. 17, Issue 1).

September 2013

Dr. Ify Diala, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “Knowledge Transfer in a Municipality Study on Baby Boomer Exodus from the Workforce” in the International Journal of Computer Applications Technology and Research (Vol. 2, Issue 3). 

Dr. Yvonne Doll and Dr. Gene Fusch, faculty members in the School of Management, co-presented the paper “Leading Change at Walden University’s D.B.A. Program: Using the Kotter Model for Analysis” at the International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organizations at the University of British Columbia in June.

July 2013

Dr. Yvonne Doll, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “Time to Assign a Law Enforcement Agency Exclusively to Combat Terrorism” in the Journal of Law Enforcement (Vol. 2, Issue 5).

Dr. Toni Greif, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “Teaching Authentic Adaptive Leadership and Organizational Strategies Using a Case Study” in the International Journal of Strategic Management (Vol. 13, Issue 1).

Dr. Wilton Heylinger, a faculty member in the School of Management, and Justin Bateh, a Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) student, co-authored “Areas of Cross-Cultural Difference in the Workplace” in the Journal of International Education Research (Vol. 9, Issue 2).

Dr. John Latham, a faculty member in the School of Management, won the 2013 ASQ Gryna Award for his paper “Management System Design for Sustainable Excellence: Framework, Practices, and Considerations” in the Quality Management Journal (Vol. 19, Issue 2). The award is issued by the American Society for Quality and honors a paper that has made the largest single contribution to the field of quality management in the past year.

Dr. Cheryl A. Lentz, a faculty member in the School of Management, and Dr. Richard Schuttler ’98, a faculty member in the School of Management and a Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) graduate, co-authored “Grieving, Learning, and Growing: A Mentoring Model for Organizational and Personal Growth” in the Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture (Vol. 4, Issue 1).

Dr. Roger Mayer, a faculty member in the School of Management, and Dr. Raymond Marbury ’12, a Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) graduate, co-authored “Connecting the Dots Among People, Budgets, and Missions” in The Public Manager (Vol. 42, Issue 1). Earlier this year, Dr. Mayer co-presented at the American Accounting Association Public Interest Section Mid-Year Meeting in New Orleans, La.

Dr. William Schulz, a faculty member in the School of Management, published the article “Leadership Throughout an Organization Promotes Sustainable Success” in the American Management Association’s Leader’s Edge on May 6.

Dr. Melanie Shaw, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored the chapter “Online Course Activities: A Case Study of Assignment and Assessment Types” in Learning Management Systems and Instructional Design: Best Practices in Online Learning (IGI Global, 2013).

Dr. Gina Smith, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “Cyberbullying in Higher Education” in the Journal of Educational Research and Practice (Vol. 3, Issue 1).

Dr. William Stokes, a faculty member in the School of Management, presented at the Academic Forum in Williamsburg, Va., in April about the differences in misclassification of load and no-load mutual funds.

Dr. Arthur Tyler, a faculty member in the School of Management, presented at a panel about partnerships and initiatives that foster academic success for minority male students at the American Council of Education in March.

June 2013

Dr. Henry M. Brashen, a program director in the School of Management, and Dr. Maria A. Minor and Dr. Gina Smith, faculty members in the School of Management, co-authored “Cyberbullying in Higher Education” in the Journal of Educational Research and Practice (Vol. 3, Issue 1).

Dr. Wanda Gravett, a faculty member in the School of Management, wrote “Make the Most of a Performance Evaluation to Help You Succeed at Work” on ExpertBeacon.com on May 3. In the article, she gives advice for both employees and supervisors going through the performance review process.

May 2013

Dr. David Banner, Dr. Teresa M. Lao, and Dr. Thea Singer, faculty members in the School of Management, and Dr. Linda Moerschell ’09, a Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) graduate, co-authored “Complexity Change Theory: Improvisational Leadership for Complex and Chaotic Environments” in the Leadership & Organizational Management Journal (Vol. 2013, Issue 1).

Dr. Kevin D. Gazzara, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “The Power of Experiential Learning” in The Jerusalem Post on March 26 to discuss how he has changed his teaching approach at the Ohalo College of Education in Israel. Instead of offering traditional lectures, Dr. Gazzara provides a sequence of self-assessments, leadership simulations, and activities to engage his students.

Dr. Roger Mayer, a faculty member in the School of Management, presented in March about the quality, cost, and ownership of urban hospitals in the United States at the American Accounting Association Public Interest Section Midyear Meeting in New Orleans, La.

March 2013

Dr. Annie Shibata, a faculty member in the School of Management, published a chapter in Conversations About Adult Learning in Our Complex World (Information Age Publishing, 2012) about faculty development for interculturally transformative education.

February 2013

Dr. James Goes, a faculty member in the School of Management, was recently awarded a 2012–13 Fulbright Fellowship. He will serve as a visiting scholar at the University of Pune in Maharashtra, India, from January to April 2013. In this role, he will teach business strategy and organizational theory, work with doctoral students, and collaborate with faculty on research initiatives. Dr. Goes and Dr. Marilyn Simon, a faculty member in The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, also recently published the next edition of Dissertation and Scholarly Research: Recipes for Success (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012), a comprehensive, user-friendly text that explains clearly how scholarly research is created, evaluated, and disseminated.

Dr. Richard Schuttler ’98, a faculty member in the School of Management and a Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) graduate, co-authored Everyday Leader Heroes: 10 Leadership Characteristics in Everyday People (Caboodle Marketing, 2012).

2012

November 2012

A number of faculty members in the School of Management, co-presented in October at the 18th annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Dr. Henry Brashen, Dr. Maria Minor, and Dr. Gina Smith co-presented “Cyber Bullying: A New Phenomena in Online Education”; Dr. Lisa Kangas presented “21st Century Instructional Planning Tool: Blooms Digital Taxonomy”; and Dr. Juan Stegmann presented “The Social Impact of Online Education.”

October 2012

Dr. Teresa M. Lao, a faculty member in the School of Management, and Dr. Linda Moerschell ’09, a Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) graduate, co-authored “Igniting the Leadership Spark: An Exploration of Decision Making and Punctuated Change” in Emergence: Complexity & Organization (Vol. 14, No. 2).

Dr. Walter McCollum ’04, a faculty member in the School of Management and a Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) graduate, presented at two conferences in September: “OD Is Diversity: Why the Ambiguity between HR and OD” at the Diversity Inc. conference in New York City and “Leveraging Employee Networks to Recruit, Retain, and Promote Diverse Talent” at the Network and Affinity Leadership Congress in Chicago.

September 2012

Dr. David Binder, a faculty member in the School of Management, and Dr. Suzanne James, a faculty member in The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, presented “Faculty as Adult Learners” at the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) 34th annual International Conference on Teaching & Leadership Excellence in May in Austin, Texas.

Dr. Mohammad Sharifzadeh, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “An Analytical Performance Comparison of Exchanged Traded Funds with Index Funds: 2002-2010” in the Journal of Asset Management (Vol. 13, Issue 3).

August 2012

Dr. John M. House, a faculty member in the School of Management, is running for the U.S. House of Representatives in Georgia. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2001 after spending 26 years in uniform and earning the title of colonel. He founded JM Planning & Research, a small business specializing in Department of Defense industry consulting, in 2009.

July 2012

Dr. Robert E. Levasseur, a faculty member in the School of Management, published “People Skills: Leading Virtual Teams—A Change Management Perspective” in Interfaces (Vol. 42, Issue 2).

June 2012

Dr. Larry Flegle, a faculty member in the School of Management, and Dr. Jeffrey Bailey ’11, a Ph.D. in Management graduate, won the Best Paper Award at the Distance Learning Administration Conference, held on Jekyll Island, Ga., in June. Their paper, “Hiring Managers’ Perceptions of the Value of an Online MBA,” discusses perceptions of online degrees obtained from for-profit institutions.

Dr. John Nirenberg, a faculty member in the School of Management, will present a paper in July at the annual meeting of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration in association with the International Institute of Administrative Sciences in Bangkok, Thailand.

May 2012

Dr. Gene Fusch, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored A Practical Approach to Performance Interventions and Analysis (FT Press, 2012). The book offers a blueprint to help employees drive an organization’s goals.

Dr. Reza Hamzaee, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored “Capitalism, Markets and Democracy: Is the Occupy Wall Street Movement Based on Democratic Values?” in the Persian journal Mehrnameh in December 2011. Dr. Hamzaee was also recently selected to continue to serve on the editorial board of Iranian Economic Review, an economic journal hosted by the University of Tehran, for a third year.

March 2012

Dr. Bruce Huang, a faculty member in the School of Management, was quoted in the article “10 Habits of Highly Successful Business Leaders” in American Express Open Forum (Jan. 28, 2012), where he emphasized the importance of mentorship, building relationships with local banks, and finding creative solutions to navigate periods of economic difficulty.

Dr. Walter McCollum ’04, a faculty member in the School of Management and a Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) graduate, was appointed to the Organization Development Network Board of Directors in December. The international professional association practices organization development as an applied behavioral science.

February 2012

Jonathan A. Kaplan, president of Walden University, and Dr. Judy Fisher-Blando, Dr. Denise Land, Dr. Cheryl A. Lentz, and Dr. Emad Rahim, faculty members in the School of Management, recently published work in The Refractive Thinker: Vol. VI: Post-Secondary Education, part of an award-winning series published by The Refractive Thinker Press. Kaplan contributed the foreword and each faculty member contributed a chapter. Dr. Fisher-Blando and Dr. Land discuss the use of passion, differentiated learning, and management behavior to encourage students. Dr. Rahim offers perspective on social, organizational, and cultural change in community service helping organizations. Dr. Lentz explores students as consumer learners in the context of postsecondary education.

January 2012

Dr. Emad Rahim, a faculty member in the School of Management, and Dr. Darrell Burrell, a faculty member in the School of Health Sciences, along with Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) student Alvin Perry, received a 2011 Faculty Research Initiative Grant from Walden. The seed money will help the group research the development of an entrepreneurship boot camp program, which will integrate case-study methods and business counseling, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

December 2011

Dr. David Binder, a faculty member in the School of Management, and Dr. Suzanne James, a faculty member in The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, co-authored “The Care and Feeding of Part-Time Faculty: A Model to Retain Community College Adjuncts” in National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision (2011: Vol. 28, Issue 3).

Dr. Henry Brashen, program director for the School of Management, and Dr. Wanda Gravett, a faculty member in the School of Management, discuss how “purposeful leadership” can be achieved in “Leading With Purpose” in Leadership Excellence magazine (November 2011).

Dr. Rocky J. Dwyer, a faculty member in the School of Management, was named an honorary fellow of the Society of Certified Management Accountants of Canada (FCMA) in October. The FCMA designation is awarded to Certified Management Accountants who, through outstanding achievements including community leadership, bring distinction to the management accounting profession and serve as a role model to others.

Dr. Reza G. Hamzaee, a faculty member in the School of Management, presented the paper “Ethics and Market Economic System,” co-authored by Jake Baber, at the 86th annual convention of Western Economic Association International in San Diego, Calif., which was held in June and July. Dr. Hamzaee also chaired the session “Corporate Finance and Financial Markets” at the conference.

November 2011

Dr. Larry Flegle, a faculty member in the School of Management, was nominated for induction into the Florida Radio Hall of Fame in September. Dr. Flegle runs an award-winning classic rock Internet radio station for American Military University and the Internet radio stations for the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association and Hall of Fame and Cowboy Gospel Radio.

Dr. Emad Rahim, a faculty member in the School of Management, was featured in the short film Against the Odds, about his journey from the Killing Fields of Cambodia to the United States, where he advanced his career through higher education. In October, Dr. Rahim co-presented “Managing Technology-Driven Learning for Nontraditional Students” in the KU Village 2011 Virtual Conference. He also co-authored “Adult Learning Styles and Technology-Driven Learning for Online Students” in the Academic Leadership Journal (2011: Vol. 9, Issue 2).

September 2011

Dr. Cheryl A. Lentz, a faculty member in the School of Management, recently published a chapter in The Refractive Thinker Volume II: Research Methodology Second Edition, part of an award-winning series published by The Refractive Thinker Press. The goal of The Refractive Thinker series is to provide affordable, peer-reviewed publishing to doctoral students while supporting dialogue and innovation.

Dr. Walter McCollum ’04, a faculty member in the School of Management and a graduate of the Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) program, presented at the 2011 Multicultural Women’s National Conference in July. His presentation, “Tools for Now: What Men Don’t Tell Women About Getting Ahead—And What Women Don’t Ask For,” focused on men’s and women’s perceptions of women’s leadership competencies and the issues faced by multicultural women as they advance in organizations.

August 2011

Dr. Wanda Gravett, a faculty member in the School of Management and senior faculty lead in the M.S. in Human Resource Management program, was quoted in an article on succession planning for human resource professionals titled “HR Pipelines Not Under Construction” in Human Resource Executive Online in June.

June 2011

Dr. James B. Goes and Dr. Marilyn Simon, faculty members in the School of Health Sciences and the School of Management, authored a new edition of Dissertation and Scholarly Research: Recipes for Success (CreateSpace, 2011).  

Dr. Howard Schechter, a faculty member in the School of Management, will present at a poster session at the American Diabetes Association’s 71st annual Scientific Sessions conference in San Diego this June. The presentation is based on a study titled “Assessing a Predictive Modeling Technique for Proactive Patient Management of Diabetes,” conducted in concert with UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, Mass.

April 2011

Rita Williams-Bogar, a faculty member in the School of Management, was honored as one of New Jersey’s 2011 Best 50 Women in Business by NJBIZ magazine.

March 2011

February 2011

Dr. Walter McCollum ’04, a faculty member in the School of Management and graduate of the Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) program, published Breakthrough Mentoring in the 21st Century: A Compilation of Life Altering Experiences (Dr. Walter R. McCollum, 2011).

January 2011

Dr. John Nirenberg, faculty member in the School of Management, published two papers that were the result of conference presentations: “Organizational Innovation: Implications for research,” in the Proceedings of the International Association of Organizational Innovation (from a VIP presentation, Bangkok, Thailand, August 4, 2010), and “HR and OD: Once Divergent Roads Now Converge on the Bottom Line,” in the Proceedings of the International Human Resources Development Conference (Taipei, Taiwan, October 29, 2010).

November 2010

Dr. David Binder, a faculty member in the School of Management, and Dr. Suzanne James, a faculty member in The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, co-authored “Approach-Avoidance: Psychology and Online Education” in NYS Psychologist (2010: Vol. 22, Issue 3).

Dr. Teresa Bittner and Dr. Christos Makrigeorgis, faculty members in the School of Management, and Ardith Baker, Gloria Johnson, and Joseph Haefner, Ph.D. in Management students, co-published “Teaching Prospect Theory with the Deal or No Deal Game Show” in the journal Teaching Statistics (2010: Vol. 32, Issue 3).

Dr. Robert Levasseur, a faculty member in the School of Management, presented “Ensuring OR/MS Project Success: A Change Management Perspective” at the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Annual Conference in Austin, Texas.

Dr. Juan Stegmann, a faculty member in the School of Management, presented “Strategic Value Management: A New Generation of Strategic Management Thinking” at the Strategic Management Society 2010 Annual Conference in Rome, Italy.

October 2010

Dr. Judith Fisher-Blando, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored “Workplace Bullying: Aggressive Behavior and Its Effect on Job Satisfaction and Productivity” in The Refractive Thinker (LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010).

Dr. Emad Rahim, a faculty member in the School of Management, collaboratively presented A Case Study Analysis of Change Management Intervention and the Nature and Nuances of Resistance to Change in a Complex Organization at the 10th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations in Montreal, Canada.

Dr. Emad Rahim, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored “The Growing Epidemic of ‘Islamophobia’ in America” in the International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities, and Nations (Vol. 10, Issue 1).

September 2010

Dr. John Nirenberg, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored “Activism from Within Corporations: The Final Political Frontier” in Interconnections (2010: Vol. 5, No. 1).

July 2010

Dr. Susan Fan, a faculty member in the College of Management and Technology, authored “The Impact that Ethics and Values Have on Leader-Follower Relationships” in The Refractive Thinker: Vol. IV. Ethics, Leadership and Globalization (The Refractive Thinker Press, 2010).

Dr. Reza Hamzaee, a faculty member in the School of Management, presented his paper, “An Economic-Financial Approach to Ethical Sentiments and the World Financial Crisis” at the 20th annual Oxford Round Table, hosted by Oxford University March 21–26, 2010. His paper was awarded an Oxford Round Table certificate and is being considered for publication. In July 2010, Dr. Hamzaee presented two days of banking seminars on risk management and banking investment management to top management personnel and senior financial managers at Bank’e Mellat, the Nation’s Bank of Iran.

Dr. Suzanne James, a faculty member in The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, and Dr. David Binder, a faculty member in the College of Management and Technology, co-authored “Online Faculty as Adult Learners: Faculty Development that Works” in the National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal (2010: Vol. 27, Issue 3).

Dr. Bob Levasseur, a faculty member in the College of Management and Technology, authored “People Skills: Ensuring Project Success—A Change Management Perspective” in Interfaces (2010: Vol. 40, Issue 2).

June 2010

Dr. Gail Ferreira, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored “Exploring the Transactional and Transformational Leadership Characteristics of Social Networking Communications” in Refractive Thinker: Vol. IV: Ethics, Leadership and Globalization (The Lentz Leadership Institute, 2010).

Dr. Jim Savard, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “Organizational Capacity and Progress Plateaus in the Flight Training Environment” in the Journal of Aviation/Aerospace Education and Research (JAAER) (2010: Vol. 19, Issue 2).

Dr. Eileen Wibbeke, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “Shanghai Motors: A Case Study in Geoleadership” in Business Coaching Worldwide (2010: Vol. 6, Issue 1).

Dr. Irmak Renda-Tanali, a faculty member in the School of Public Policy and Administration and School of Management, and Dr. Timothy Lockwood, a Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) graduate, co-authored “A New Market Risk Mitigating Approach to Combined Heat and Power Project Finance Without the Benefits of a Power Purchase Agreement” in The Engineering Economist (2010: Vol. 55, Issue 1).

April 2010

Dr. Peter Anthony, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored Inclusion Implemented Strategically: An Inspirational Resource for Educators, Parents and Administrators (PublishAmerica, 2009).

Dr. Stuart Gold, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored “A Case Study of the Use of Online vs. Proctored Final Exams in Online Classes” in Successful Cases in E-Learning Practices in the Developed and Developing World: Methods for the Global Information Economy (Information Science Reference, 2009).

Dr. Frederick Nwosu, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored Corporate Profitability: The Knowledge Management, Succession Planning, Decision-Making and Risk Analysis Mix (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2009).

February 2010

Dr. William Cobain, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “The Effects of Systematic Changes to a Business Course over a Three-Year Period” in The Delta Pi Epsilon Journal (2009: Vol. 51, Issue 2).

Dr. Sunil Hazari, a faculty member in the School of Management and The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, co-authored “An Empirical Investigation of Factors Influencing Information Security Behavior” in the Journal of Information Privacy and Security (2009: Vol. 4, Issue 4), and “VoIP Quality and Security Issues for Consumers and Small Businesses” in the Handbook of Research on Telecommunications Planning and Management for Business (Information Science Reference, 2009).

Dr. John House, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored Why War? Why an Army? (Praeger Publishers, 2008).

Dr. Gary Keller, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored “Do Management Practices Affect the Economic Performance of Firms Located in Southeast Wisconsin, USA?” in the International Review of Business Research Papers (2009: Vol. 5, Issue 6).

Dr. Steve Tippin and Dr. David Banner, faculty members in the School of Management, co-authored “Personality Finance: A Life Insurance Application” in the Business Journal for Entrepreneurs (2009: Vol. 4).

Dr. Raul Valverde, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “Design Science: A Case Study in Information Systems Re-Engineering” in Strategic Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications (Information Science Reference [IGI Global], 2010).

December 2009

Dr. Richard Bush, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored Technologies to Support Interactive and Connective OD (3rd ed., Pfeiffer, 2010).

Dr. Gail Ferreira, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored “Exploring Consumer Perceptions of Global Branding and Iconization” in The Refractive Thinker: Research Methodology (2009: Vol. 2).

Dr. David Metcalf, a faculty member in the School of Management, is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at the Questionmark 2010 Users Conference on March 14–17, 2010, in Miami.

Dr. Lucy Morse, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored Managing Engineering and Technology (5th ed., Prentice Hall, 2010).

Dr. Irmak Renda-Tanali, a faculty member in the School of Public Policy and Administration and the School of Management, co-authored “Towards an Integrated Policy of Risk Management: A Critical Analysis of Turkey and France” in the International Journal of Emergency Management (2009: Vol. 6, Issue 1).

Dr. James Schiro, a faculty member in the School of Management and The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, co-authored “Downsizing and Organizational Change Survivors and Victims: Mental Health Issues” in the International Journal of Applied Management and Technology (2009: Vol. 7, Issue 1).

Dr. Juan Stegmann, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored Strategic Value Management: Stock Value Creation and the Management of the Firm (John Wiley, 2009).

Dr. Jeffrey Weaver, a faculty member in the School of Management, authored the following books: Strategy Development and Applied Management (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2009); Collective Bargaining and Safety Concerns (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2009); Comparing Leadership Competencies Among Senior Army Leaders (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2008); Problem Definition (Lack of Leadership): An Example of a Dissertation and How to Define Each Chapter (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2008); and How to Write a Business Plan: A Master’s Thesis Project (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2008).

October 2009

Dr. James Bowman, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-published the third edition of Human Resource Management (Sage, 2009).

Dr. Reza Hamzaee, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-published “Critical Thinking: A Foundation for a Better Learning and an Effective Teaching: A Systemic Approach” (Global Business & Economics Anthology, Vol. 1, 2009) and published “An Assessment of Global Economic Recession With a Focus on Iranian Economy” (Journal of Accountancy, Vol. 12, 2009) and “An Experimental Development of an Assessment Instrument for Economics Faculty and Graduating Students at a Regional University” (Global Business & Economics Anthology, Vol. 1, 2009).

Dr. Sunil Hazari, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-published “An Empirical Investigation of Factors Influencing Information Security Behavior” (Journal of Information Privacy and Security, Vol. 4, Issue 4, 2009) and “VoIP Quality and Security Issues for Consumers and Small Businesses” (Handbook of Research on Telecommunications Planning and Management for Business, Information Science Reference, 2009).

Dr. Nicholas Johns, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-published “Building Reflective Practitioners on Business Programmes: An Action Research Study” in the April 2009 issue of the Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education.

Dr. Robert Parent, a faculty member in the School of Management, published “Approaches to Measurement” in Knowledge Translation in Health Care: Moving From Evidence to Practice (Wiley, 2009).

Dr. Janice Spangenburg, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-published “Leadership and the Future: Gen Y Workers and Two-Factor Theory” in the September 2009 issue of The Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge.

Dr. Mukesh Srivastava, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-published “Chinese Cultural Implications for ERP Implementation” (Journal of Technology Management and Innovation, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2009).

August 2009

Dr. James Bowman, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-published the article, “To ‘Re-Hatch’ Public Employees or Not? An Ethical Analysis of the Relaxation of Restrictions on Political Activities in Civil Service,” in the February 2009 issue of Public Administration Review.

Dr. Robert Fiore, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-published the article, “Measuring Wealth Generation in Early-Stage Entrepreneurial Organizations: An Alternative to the Capital Asset Pricing Model,” in Journal of Small Business Strategy (2008: Vol. 19, Issue 2).

Dr. John Nirenberg, a faculty member in the School of Management, was reappointed to the editorial board of Today’s Manager (through 2011). He also recently presented two papers: “Between Earth and Sky: Formal Organizations as Instruments in Creating Gross National Happiness” at the Fourth International Conference on Gross National Happiness in Bhutan and “Practical Applications of Organizational Culture to Create Workplace Community” at the Second International Conference of the Buddhist Economic Research Platform in Thailand.

June 2009

Dr. Ralph Stauffer, a faculty member in the School of Management, published the article “A DMAIC Makeover” in the December 2008 issue of Quality Progress.