Management Faculty Research
We understand the trends in management and leadership.
Our faculty have diverse expertise within the management profession, from managing supply chains to IT project management. Their research within the discipline creates new insights and observations.
| Andy (John) Anderson|
Chinese Outward Foreign Direct Investment; International Supply Chain Management; Facility Location Choice; Chinese MNE Innovation Capabilities
| Nick Bailey|
Corporate Political Strategy, Experimental Methods, FDI Location Choice, MNE-Host Government Relations
| Saif Bhuiyan|
IT project management, Open source development, ERP
| Daniel Bumblauskas|
Operations and supply chain management, demand chain management, maintenance modeling, higher education, brewery sustainability & SCM, and big data and predictive analytics.
| Yu (Jade) Chu|
Supply chain management, buyer-supplier relationships, supply chain disruptions, supply chain transparency, sustainability.
| Mary Connerley|
Diversity; Recruitment; Leadership
| Russell Guay|
Leadership, Fit, Personality, Work Attitudes, Job Performance
| Shashidhar Kaparthi|
Decision Support Systems, Internet Technologies, Bibliometric Analyses, Neural network models and applications in management.
| Arti Mann|
Theoretical and empirical research in IS and IT outsourcing; cloud computing; and use of theory and spatial analysis and econometrics techniques from regional economics and geography
| Samuel Matthews|
Leadership, Job Design
| James Mattingly|
Organization Culture, Stakeholder Management, Corporate Social Action
| Atul Mitra|
Current research interests include psychophysical analysis of compensation issues, meaning of pay, skill-based systems, international compensation analysis, and cross-cultural issues in organizational behavior.
| Sarah Rosol|
Organizational trust. Cross-cultural studies. Burnout. Unemployment.
| Roberta Roth|
Teaching programming via the Web.
| Craig VanSandt|
The role of business in society, social entrepreneurship and the ability of business to help alleviate poverty.
| Leslie K. Wilson|
Improved productivity in analysis, design, and development. Application of expert systems in manufacturing. Supply chain productivity enhancements. Teaching pedagogy in information systems. Management issues in virtual worlds.