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James Mattingly
Associate Professor of Management and Policy
Office: CBB 250
319-273-6143
jim.mattingly@uni.edu


Education

Ph.D. (Management), University of Missouri; M.B.A., Missouri State University; B.S.B.A. (Finance), Avila University.

Teaching Interests

Business Policy and Strategy, Organization Theory, Research Method and Practice.

Research Interests

Organization Culture, Stakeholder Management, Corporate Social Action

Recent Publications

Professional Accomplishments

More than fifteen years industry experience in all major functional areas, including finance, marketing, and operations.  Numerous scholarly presentations and publications in journals such as: Academy of Management Review, Business & Society, Business & Society Review, the Journal of Public Affairs, and Corporate Governance. Dr. Mattingly is a past director of the International Association for Business and Society and is an Editorial Board Member for the scholarly journal, Business & Society.

International Experience

Dr. Mattingly has taught in the UNI MBA program in Hong Kong, bringing his perspectives on organization culture, stakeholder management, and corporate social action to a very international student body.

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Photo of James MattinglyJames Mattingly
Associate Professor of Management and Policy

Office: CBB 250
319-273-6143
jim.mattingly@uni.edu
 

Education

Ph.D. (Management), University of Missouri; M.B.A., Missouri State University; B.S.B.A. (Finance), Avila University.

Teaching Interests

Business Policy and Strategy, Organization Theory, Research Method and Practice.

Research Interests

Organization Culture, Stakeholder Management, Corporate Social Action

Recent Publications

Professional Accomplishments

More than fifteen years industry experience in all major functional areas, including finance, marketing, and operations.  Numerous scholarly presentations and publications in journals such as: Academy of Management Review, Business & Society, Business & Society Review, the Journal of Public Affairs, and Corporate Governance. Dr. Mattingly is a past director of the International Association for Business and Society and is an Editorial Board Member for the scholarly journal, Business & Society.

International Experience

Dr. Mattingly has taught in the UNI MBA program in Hong Kong, bringing his perspectives on organization culture, stakeholder management, and corporate social action to a very international student body.

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James Mattingly
Associate Professor of Management and Policy

Education

Ph.D. (Management), University of Missouri; M.B.A., Missouri State University; B.S.B.A. (Finance), Avila University.

Teaching Interests

Business Policy and Strategy, Organization Theory, Research Method and Practice.

Research Interests

Organization Culture, Stakeholder Management, Corporate Social Action

Recent Publications

Professional Accomplishments

More than fifteen years industry experience in all major functional areas, including finance, marketing, and operations.  Numerous scholarly presentations and publications in journals such as: Academy of Management Review, Business & Society, Business & Society Review, the Journal of Public Affairs, and Corporate Governance. Dr. Mattingly is a past director of the International Association for Business and Society and is an Editorial Board Member for the scholarly journal, Business & Society.

International Experience

Dr. Mattingly has taught in the UNI MBA program in Hong Kong, bringing his perspectives on organization culture, stakeholder management, and corporate social action to a very international student body.

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