College of Management and Technology
School of Management
Dr. David Goodman has been teaching at Walden University since 2019 but has been an educator since 1995. He lives in Fairfield Iowa with his wife Dr. Rachel Goodman. His background is in Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior. He is an amateur photographer.
MGMT 8100 - Dissertation Mentoring
MGMT 9000 - Dissertation Research Forum
RSCH 8451 - Advanced Mixed-Methods Reasoning and Analysis
PhD, Maharishi University of Management - Fairfield, IA United States
MBA, Maharishi International University - Fairfield, IA United States
BA, McGill University - Montreal, Canada
Fairfield Entrepreneurs Asssociation, Board Member - Fairfield, IA United States
Maharishi Foundation, Certified Teacher of Transcenndental Meidtation - Bettendorf, IA United States
Goodman, D. H. (2003). Customer Satisfaction is based on Managing Expectations. CCS & CCSI Forum.
Goodman, D. H. (1999). Issues and Directions for HR in the New Millennium: Implications for HR of the Migration from Production to Knowledge Worker. IHRIM Journal.
Goodman, D. H. (2002). Ethics in business-the basis for long-term sustainability. CCS & CCSI Forum.
Goodman, D. H. (2003). Understanding the basis of competition. CCS & CCSI Forum .
Goodman, D. H. (2013). Comparison between capital intensive clean-tech solutions, and low-tech permaculture solutions”. Maharishi University of Management.
Goodman, D. H. (2012). How Finance Decisions Result in Short-Term Non-sustainable Solutions.. Maharishi University of Management.
Goodman, D. H. (2011). Panel Discussion: Toward Global Sustainability: Transcending Western-Finance and Eastern-Management Teaching Differences.. Academy of Management Annual Meeting.