James Mattingly

Associate Professor of Management




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


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. James is a past director of the International Association for Business and Society and is an Editorial Board Member for the scholarly journal, Business & Society.


Latest News & Views


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Did You Know you Can Create Polls in Zoom?

If you’re prepared for each meeting with an agenda and/or classroom instruction and you’d like to take a poll, simply set one up prior to the meeting directly in Zoom. It’s easy to do and you’re able to share the results with participants during the meeting and download the results.

3 months 1 week ago
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How to Look Like a Rockstar in Zoom

Zoom has become the virtual meeting platform of choice for thousands of people due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re new to Zoom, or virtual meetings in general, the idea of online meetings can be overwhelming for us who’ve never worked or taken classes from home.

3 months 1 week ago
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How to Successfully Lead an Effective Team of Newly Remote Workers

COVID-19 is forcing us to make organizational adjustments that are outside of the comfort zone for some. Although it’s been reported that 43 percent of employees work remotely with some frequency, leading a team of employees from afar can feel daunting, especially if those employees are new to working from home. 

3 months 2 weeks ago
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How does this UNI business student, all-American athlete and entrepreneur find the time?

University of Northern Iowa senior wrestler Bryce Steiert (Management) had never commercially mowed a lawn before he started a landscaping business.
“That’s kind of how he competes,” said UNI wrestling head coach Doug Schwab of Steiert’s willingness to jump into something new. “We’ll have a little bit of a plan for his matches, but he knows where he wants to go.”​

3 months 3 weeks ago
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Will capitalism sustain us?

As I write this, I am attending a class, Alternative Economic and Monetary Systems, in Vienna.

7 months 2 days ago