Dr. Ebb is currently a contributing faculty member for the Master of Business Administration program within the School of Management, College of Management and Technology. Dr. Ebb possesses over 25 years of experience in finance, business management, and ethics and compliance (international and domestic). His focus has been on assisting organizations in meeting their strategic, financial and operational objectives. His Doctoral program research focused on change management, management theory and practice, strategy formulation and execution, and operational planning. He conducted significant research on the relationships between ethical behavior, trust, and organizational culture. Dr. Ebb has led the day-to-day administration of an Ethics and Business Conduct Program that supported 14,000 employees. He has also served as an expatriate in the United Kingdom on a start-up program which required an understanding of cultural differences with regard to ethics and business conduct.
WMBA 6040 - Improving Business Performance
W. Cecil Short and John Lancaster Foundation, Volunteer - Waldorf
Everybody Wins, Volunteer - Arlington
Charles County Teen Court, Judge - Waldorf
Ebb, D. E. (2012). Balancing research and development (R&D) expenses with customer innovation demands. . Global Business and Technology Association
Ebb, D. (2012). Balancing research and development (R&D) expenses with customer innovation demands..