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Christine Beckman will be the inaugural Sol Price Chair in Social Innovation at the USC Price School of Public Policy (she is currently visiting). She is an Associate Editor at Administrative Science Quarterly and Past Division Chair of the Organization and Management Theory division of the Academy of Management. She previously served on the faculty at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, and the Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine. At Maryland, she was the Academic Director for the Center for Social Value Creation, Diversity Officer, and facilitated a peer network for junior faculty women. At UC Irvine, she was a Chancellor’s Fellow from 2008-2011 and Faculty Director of the Don Beall Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. She was the 2006 Western Academy of Management Ascendent Scholar. Professor Beckman has published over 20 articles in peer-reviewed journals. She is known for her research on organizational learning, interorganizational networks, inequality, and entrepreneurship, particularly on how collaborative relationships and diverse experiences facilitate organizational change. Her research sites are varied and include F500 companies, Silicon Valley start-ups, mutual funds, law firms, the U.S. Navy, German football teams, charter schools, a private hotel management firm, and American baseball teams. She is a native Californian and received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Stanford University.
I am an Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Henley Business School and a Research Fellow at the Institute for Development Strategies, Indiana University, US. Prior to joining Henley I had worked in the University of Bolzano, Italy, Bratislava, Slovakia, Vilnius University, Lithuania, Loughborough University, University of Leicester and Brunel University West London, UK. I have PhD in Social Sciences from University of Leicester, UK and University of Milan, Italy. Research interests: Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Creativity; Knowledge Spillovers and Limits to Collaboration; Entrepreneurial ecosystems; Financing Entrepreneurship. I advise on entrepreneurship and innovation policy to the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills. I am an editor of Small Business Economics Journal, Associate Editor of Electronic Commerce Research and Applications Journal, Associate editor of International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal.
Joe Broschak is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management and Organizations at the University of Arizona, Eller College of Management. He holds a McClelland Fellowship, a courtesy appointment in the School of Sociology, and was formerly the Executive Director of the McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship and Director of the McGuire Entrepreneurship Program. He has a Ph.D. in Management from the University of Texas at Austin, an MBA from the Duke University Fuqua School of Business, and a B.S. degree in Petroleum Engineering from Penn State University. Joe’s research revolves around three topics in organization theory. One is the structure of organizations: the demographic composition of the workforce, the employment arrangements in which workers are employed, and the system of jobs and job titles that individuals hold. A second is social capital and managerial mobility: the dynamics surrounding the formation and dissolution of inter-firm relationships, factors that influence patterns of men’s and women’s career mobility and the consequences of managerial mobility for individuals, organizations, and market relationships. The last is the dynamics of markets: technological change in product markets and emergence, evolution, and change in labor markets for professionals. Joe’s research has been published in a variety of management and sociology journals, including Administrative Science Quarterly, the Academy of Management Journal, the American Sociological Review, the Annual Review of Sociology, Decision Sciences, Medical Care Research and Review, and Work and Occupations. He currently serves on the editorial boards of Administrative Science Quarterly and the Journal of Managerial Issues.
Dr. Gilad Chen is the Robert H. Smith Chair in Organizational Behavior, at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. He received his bachelor degree in Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University in 1996, and his doctoral degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from George Mason University in 2001. Prior to joining the Smith School, Dr. Chen was on the faculty at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Texas A&M University. He has also visited and taught at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Singapore Management University, Technion, and Tel-Aviv University.
Haneul Choi is a Ph.D. student at the School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University. Her research interest includes academic entrepreneurship, S&T policy and ICT use of government.
Jonathan Doh is Associate Dean of Research, Rammrath Chair in International Business, Co-Faculty Director of the Center for Global Leadership, and Professor of Management at the Villanova School of Business. He does research at the intersection of international business, strategic management, and corporate responsibility and sustainability. Jonathan is author or co-author of more than 85 refereed articles, 35 chapters, a dozen teaching cases, and eight books. His articles have appeared in AMR, AMP, BEQ, JIBS, JOM, JMS, MISQ, OS, and SMJ, among others. His recent books include Aligning for Advantage: Competitive Strategies for the Political and Social Arenas (with T. Lawton and T. Rajwani, Oxford University Press, 2014), and International Management: Culture, Strategy, and Behavior (with F. Luthans, McGraw-Hill/Irwin), the best-selling international management text, which is in its 10th edition. Jonathan has presented more than 160 papers and or/panels at AOM, AIB, and SMS and has served as track chair, member or chair of best book, best paper, and best dissertation committees; and organizer and participant in doctoral and junior faculty consortia. He was elected in 2012 to the AOM Organizational and Natural Environment Division (ONE) executive committee, culminating in his service as Chair of the division in 2015/2016. He has been Associate or Consulting Editor of numerous journals and served as Editor- in-Chief of Journal of World Business, from 2014-2017 and Co-Editor-in-Chief in 2018. He is presently Senior Associate Editor of JMS. In 2015 he was elected as a fellow of the Academy of International Business. His cases, simulations, and articles are used at leading business schools and have won several awards. He has consulted for many public and private organizations and is a frequent commentator in print, electronic and broadcast media. He holds a Ph.D. in strategic and international management from George Washington University.
Feeney, Mary K.
Mary Feeney is Associate Professor and Lincoln Professor of Ethics in Public Affairs at ASU. She is Editor for the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Associate Director of the Center for Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy Studies, and Director of the PhD program at the School of Public Affairs. Her research focuses on public and nonprofit management and science and technology policy. Her published research appears in public administration, nonprofit studies, and science policy journals. She holds a Ph.D. in public administration and policy from the University of Georgia, a Masters in public policy from Rutgers University, and a B.S. in political science from the University of Wyoming.
Glynn, Mary Ann
Mary Ann Glynn is the Joseph F. Cotter Professor of Management & Organization, Professor of Sociology (by courtesy), and Research Director of the Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics at Boston College. She earned her PhD at Columbia University and has served on the faculties of Yale, Emory, Michigan and the Copenhagen Business School. Her research interests combine micro-level cognitive processes (such as learning and creativity) and macro-level cultural influences (social norms and institutional arrangements), uses both qualitative and quantitative methods, and has been published in leading management journals, including Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Organizational Science, Strategic Management Journal, as well as psychology and sociology journals. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Management and currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Academy of Management as the Immediate Past President.
Hall, Jeremy L
Jeremy L. Hall, Ph.D. is Co-Editor in Chief of Public Administration Review, and serves as Professor and MPA Director in the School of Public Administration at the University of Central Florida. He earned the Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky Martin School of Public Policy and Administration. He work is widely published in top Public Administration journals in the area of public management, explicitly exploring public sector performance and evidence based policy and practice, often through the lens of intergovernmental relations, and frequently addressing questions of economic development. Hall’s current project has developed, tested, and validated a new scale to assess underlying norms of evidence and research in decision making (NERD) and the behavioral aspects of evidence based practice with an eye toward the implications for agency performance. Hall was program chair for the 2016 ASPA conference in Seattle, WA. He is a Past Chair of the American Society for Public Administration's Center for Accountability and Performance. Hall has been elected to serve on the Council for ASPA's Section on Public Performance Management and to the executive committee of the American Political Science Association's Section on Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations. Dr. Hall is an active member of PMRA, ASPA, APSA, APPAM, SPSA, and SECoPA He received the 2004 Pi Alpha Alpha Best Doctoral Manuscript Award, and the 2003 Collins Award for Best Doctoral Paper.
Chris is an Assistant Professor at the Arizona State University School of Public Affairs where he focuses on entrepreneurship, technology governance, and higher education strategy and policy. He is affiliated with the Center for Organization Research and Design (CORD). Prior to joining ASU, he served as Executive Director of the Policy Evaluation and Transformation Group at the New York Academy of Sciences where he led the Academy’s work in program evaluation, higher education strategy, and entrepreneurship research. He was also Executive Director of the Academy’s Scientist Without Borders program, an online platform for generating, sharing, and advancing innovative science and technology-based solutions to the world`s most pressing global development challenges.
Professor of Management who specializes in Organizational Behavior, researching mostly why employees stay or leave organizations
Lily Hsueh is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Economics at the School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University. I am also affiliated with the ASU School of Sustainability as a Senior Sustainability Scientist, and a faculty affiliate of the Center for Environmental Economics and Sustainability at the ASU W.P. Carey School of Business. My areas of expertise are environmental and natural resource economics, environmental policy and management, political economy, governance, and applied econometrics. Outlets for my work have included Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Journal of Environmental Management, Environmental Science & Policy, Regulation & Governance, and International Interactions. Funders for my work include the National Research Council, National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation. Prior to joining ASU, I was a National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at NOAA. Before this, I served as a Senior Analyst in Economic Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. I received a Ph.D. in Public Policy & Management at the University of Washington. I earned my MSc in Economics from University College London. I received my BA in Economics from UC Berkeley.
Inyoung Hwang is a visiting scholar in the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University. He received a B.Sc. in Vocational Education and Workforce Development, an M.P.P. in Public Policy, and a Ph.D. in Public Policy from Seoul National University, South Korea in 2018. His research interests include Science & Technology Policy, Collaborative Innovation, Technological Diffusion and Convergence, Agent-Based Modeling, and Social Simulation.
Minu Ipe is the Knowledge Enterprise Architect and Senior Fellow for Leadership and institutional Design at Arizona State University. In these roles, Minu serves as an advisor to the President, working on multiple efforts that advance the design, strategy, and culture of ASU. Minu’s efforts are based on a long term view of the institution, with a focus on strengthening ASU’s capacity to advance its mission in a sustainable, agile, adaptable and self-propagating manner. Minu brings a mix of experiences to this position. Her research and academic work have spanned traditional boundaries and include transdisciplinary collaborations within organizations, intra- and inter-agency collaborations, leadership development, and cultural aspects of international business. During her 15 years at ASU, she has designed and led multiple efforts that have advanced the goals and mission of the institution. As Faculty Director at the W. P. Carey School of Business, Minu was responsible for the Working Professionals MBA programs that included on-campus, fully online and hybrid delivery models. During her seven years in this role, she led the design and launch of a new MBA program, the transition from fully on-campus to hybrid programs, two major curriculum reviews, and the ongoing adaptation of the curriculum to deal with external changes. At ASU, Minu is a co-founder and steering committee member of the Leadership Academy, an innovative year-long program that develops leaders and multi-disciplinary research teams. Over 200 faculty and senior research staff have successfully completed this program since its inception in 2012. She co-leads the Advanced Leadership Initiative, a new effort aimed at cultivating a pool of senior leaders at ASU. As a Clinical Professor in the department of Management and Entrepreneurship, Minu continues to engage with students in the MBA programs. In 2016, she was the recipient of the Outstanding MBA and Master’s teaching award.
Jennings, E. Jennifer
I am a Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the University of Alberta. My research focuses on women's entrepreneurship, family embeddedness, labor markets and gender, and the dynamics of startups. This work has appeared in ASQ, AMJ, AMR, JBV, ET&P, and FBR. I have served as an associate editor for JBV and am on AMR's board. My Ph.D. is from the University of British Columbia, and my B.A. from Carelton University in Ottawa. I have worked in Vancouver as a Marketing Manager for an educational institute and as a Business Consultant for an immigration law firm.
Jennings P. Devereaux
P. Devereaux (Dev) Jennings is the Thornton A. Graham Professor of Strategy and Organization and the Coordinator of the Canadian Center for CSR at the Alberta School of Business. Dev has researched organizational forms, institutional diffusion, narratives, startups, environmental regulation, and family business dynamics. He and his co-authors have published in Administrative Science Quarterly, the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Review, the Journal of Business Venturing, and Organization and Environment. Dev is currently an Associate Editor at ASQ. His Ph.D. and M.A. are from Stanford University; his A.B. is from Dartmouth College.
Ulrich Jensen is assistant professor in the School of Public Affairs and a faculty affiliate at the Center for Organization Research and Design at Arizona State University. He joined ASU in 2016 from Aarhus University in Denmark where he received his Ph.D. from the Department of Political Science. Dr. Jensen specializes in public management and organization behavior. His research interests span issues of leadership, work motivation, values and performance. His recent contributions use a field experiment on leadership training to evaluate the effects of vision-based leadership on worker outcomes such as value congruence and work motivation. His research is either published or forthcoming in top-tier field journals such as Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Public Administration Review, Public Administration, and The American Review of Public Administration. Together with colleagues, Dr. Jensen recently published a new measurement instrument for transformational and transactional leadership in Administration & Society. His research builds on new and innovative ways to understand the importance of leadership in shaping the attitudes of public service providers and the performance of their organizations. Examples include combining survey and register data, collecting repeated measures at multiple points in time, and conducting a large-scale field experiment with public and private managers. His current work uses these approaches to examine which strategies make leaders most effective in motivating their employees and conveying values in their organizations. His research is regularly presented at the Public Management Research Association Conference, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Conference, International Research Society for Public Management Conference, and was recently recognized among some of the best offered by young scholars at the 2016 European Group for Public Administration Conference.
Ying Jiang is currently a visiting scholar in the Center for Organization Research & Design (CORD) at Arizona State University. She received a Bachelor degree in English and a Master degree in Public Administration both from the Harbin Institute of Technology in China, and a Ph.D. degree in Public Administration from Korea University in South Korea. Her research interests focus on public policy analysis and performance management, especially on science & technology policy, higher education policy, PPP (public-private partnerships).
I have been the Senior Project Director at the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy for the last two decades and recently became the BRIE Co-Director. I am a Senior Fellow at the Research Institute for the Finnish Economy. Starting in 2017, I became an Affiliated Professor at the Instituto di Management at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna. I was the Arthur Andersen Distinguished Visitor at the University of Cambridge and have been a visiting scholar at the Copenhagen Business School, Hitotsubashi, Kobe, Stanford, Tokyo Universities, and UC San Diego. In 2015, I received the University of California Office of the President’s Award for Outstanding Faculty Leadership for Presidential Initiatives in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Since 2013, I have been the Faculty Director of the UCD Forums on the Public University and the Social Good lecture series. My scholarly interests are in the interplay between technology, academic institutions, finance, and competition in capitalist economies and how these dynamics affect people and places. I have written extensively on venture capital, Silicon Valley, and new technologies. Currently, I am examining the impacts of digital platforms on the organization of work, competition, and business strategy. In addition to authoring or editing six books, I have published approximately 170 scholarly articles and have given more than 500 talks globally. I am a receiving editor at the world’s premier innovation studies journal, Research Policy, and edit a Stanford University book series on innovation and technology. My research has been funded by the NSF, the Kauffman, Sloan, and Matsushita Foundations, among others. My research has attracted public interest and I am frequently quoted in the national and international press on innovation- and technology-related issues
Yushim Kim is an associate professor at the School of Public Affairs in Arizona State University, a co-editor of environmental policy for Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, and the co-author of the book, Rethinking Environmental Justice in Sustainable Cities: Insights from Agent-Based Modeling.
Joohyung (Jenny) Kim is a Ph.D student in W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Her research interests broadly include neural underpinnings of organizational behavior, identity, and perception biases.
Don Lange is an Associate Professor of Management and the Lincoln Professor of Management Ethics at Arizona State University (ASU). Since graduating with his Ph.D. in Management from the University of Texas at Austin he has been with ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business, where he teaches managerial ethics in the MBA program and organization theory in the PhD program. His research interests include bad behavior within organizations, corporate social responsibility, and organizational reputation. His published work appears in top academic management journals including Academy of Management Review; Academy of Management Journal; Organization Science; Strategic Management Journal; and Personnel Psychology. He is a former associate editor at Academy of Management Review. Prior to joining academia, Don was in top management in the not-for-profit sector.
Peggy M. Lee is an associate professor in the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Professor Lee received her Ph.D. in strategic management from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and has previously taught at the Goizueta Business School at Emory University and the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research interests focus on how economic and behavioral aspects of corporate governance effect firm actions and performance. Recently, her research topics have included the effects of reputation, signaling, gender differences, venture capital and new strategies (such as Reverse Mergers). Her work has appeared in the Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Journal of Financial Economics, Administrative Science Quarterly, and the Journal of Management, among others. She currently serves on the editorial board of the Strategic Management Journal and has served on the executive committee of the Business Policy and Strategy division at the Academy of Management.
Spiro Maroulis is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University, where he teaches public policy analysis, computational social science, and data analytics. His research addresses the theoretical and methodological problems involved with understanding the relationship between individual and collective behavior, with a particular focus on innovation, social networks, and public policy. He received a B.S.E in Civil Engineering and Public Policy Studies from Duke University; a Masters degree in Public Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School; and a PhD in Learning Sciences at Northwestern University, where he was part of the Center for Connected Learning and Computer-Based Modeling and the Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems. His professional experience prior to entering academia includes cofounding PracticeFields, a corporate education and consulting company that creates computer simulations and interactive board games of business problems.
Jeffery S. McMullen is Dale M. Coleman Chair in Management and Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He is the current Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Business Venturing and former Editor-in-Chief of Business Horizons. Dr. McMullen earned his M.B.A. and Ph.D. in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado, and his Bachelor of Accountancy at New Mexico State University. He studies entrepreneurship as both a process of self-discovery and socio-economic change, investigating entrepreneurial cognition, motivation, action, and opportunity in the contexts of commercial, social, sustainable, and development entrepreneurship. Dr. McMullen’s research has been published in numerous premier journals, including Academy of Management Annals, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, and Strategic Management Journal, among others, and honored by the Academy of Management’s (AOM) Entrepreneurship Research Exemplars Conference, the National Federation of Independent Business, the Ewing Kauffman and Coleman Foundations, the AOM’s Entrepreneurship Division, and both the Hankamer and Kelley Schools of Business. Dr. McMullen has taught courses in theory development, strategic entrepreneurship, research methods, new venture ideas, business models, social entrepreneurship, sustainable business, and strategic management at the Doctoral, MBA, and Undergraduate levels. He has won the Kelley School of Business’s Innovative Teaching Award, the Inspirational Guidance Award by the Doctoral Student Association, the Trustees Teaching Award (multiple times), the Sauvain Teaching Award (lifetime achievement for excellence in undergraduate education), and the AOM and McGraw-Hill/Irwin Award for Innovation in Entrepreneurship Pedagogy. Before becoming an academic, Jeff consulted and created new ventures in the Boulder Valley and worked as a CPA in the Information, Communications, and Entertainment (ICE) division of KPMG, Denver.
Miriam Erez is Professor (Emeritus) of Organizational Psychology & Management, currently she is the Vice Dean of the MBA programs, Faculty of Industrial Engineering & Management, Technion, Israel (and former IE&M Faculty Dean, 1996-98). She is the Founder and Chair of the Knowledge Center for Innovation, Technion, http://innovation.technion.ac.il/default.asp?lang=eng and the Chairperson of Hi-Center, Haifa Entrepreneurial Campus. She served for seven years as the advisor to the Technion President on gender equality and she served as the Chairperson of the National Council for the Promotion of Women in Science & Technology. Her research topics focus on “the journey of the idea” - Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship; Cross-Cultural and global organizational behavior; Work Motivation. She co-authored and co-edited five books, and over 100 journal papers and book chapters. Erez received the 2002 Distinguished Scientific Award of International Association of Applied Psychology. In 2005 Erez received the Israel Prize in Administrative Sciences. She is Fellow of the Academy of Management, The American Psychological Association, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology and the International Association of Applied Psychology. She served as Editor of Applied Psychology: An International Review and she is currently AE of the Journal of International Business Studies, and on the consulting editors’ board of the Academy of Management Annals. Erez served on the editorial board of the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, J. of Organizational Behavior and more. Erez has advised over 100 master and doctoral students.
2nd year doctoral student in Management at ASU
Professor Corinne Post is C. Scott Hartz ’68 Term Professor in and Chair of the Department of Management, College of Business & Economics at Lehigh University. She previously taught at the Lubin School of Business – Pace University. Professor Post earned her B.S. in Organization Management and Masters in International Management from HEC, University of Geneva (Switzerland) and HEC, University of Lausanne, (Switzerland) respectively. She received her Ph.D. in Organization Management from Rutgers University, Rutgers Business School – Newark and New Brunswick (New Jersey, USA). Prior to joining academia, she was an IT analyst and human resource specialist for Accenture. Professor Post’s research addresses questions related to diversity and diversity management, particularly around: diversity as enabler or impediment to group and organizational performance; mechanisms underlying individual differences in career trajectories and outcomes; and gender and leadership – notably on women and boards. Her work is published in leading academic journals including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Human Relations, and Journal of Business Ethics. Her research has been presented at academic conference and professional organizations internationally and her work on diversity has received a competitive grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Additionally, her research has been discussed in business media such as Fortune, Washington Post, FastCompany, Newsweek, Huffington Post, and Vox. Professor Post is Associate Editor of Journal of Management Studies and serves on the Editorial Review Boards of Journal of Business Ethics and Career Development International. She was Division Chair, Program Chair, and Professional Development Workshops Program Chair of the Careers division of the Academy of Management and Executive team member of the Academy of Management Gender & Diversity in Organizations division, and co-editor of a published book on diversity.
Dr. Riikka Sarala holds the position of Associate Professor at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She has been a visiting scholar at Columbia University in NYC, EM Lyon Business School in France, and Aalto University in Finland. Her research focuses on the role of socio-cultural dynamics in knowledge and innovation management. She has a special interest in the empirical contexts of mergers and acquisitions, multinational corporations, and entrepreneurial firms. Dr. Sarala is a current Senior Associate Editor at Journal of Management Studies and an Editorial Board Member of British Journal of Management and Management and Organization Review. She has published her work in the leading management journals, including Journal of Management Studies, Strategic Management Journal, and Journal of International Business Studies.
Marc-David L. Seidel is the RBC Financial Group Professor of Entrepreneurship, Director of the W. Maurice Young Centre for Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Research, and Associate Professor of OBHR at the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia. He is an Associate Editor of Administrative Science Quarterly, and Past Division Chair of the Academy of Management Organization and Management Theory Division. Marc-David has long been fascinated with the intersection of technology and society, having worked with the creator of the first Campus-Wide Information System (CUInfo) and the first online counseling service (Dear Uncle Ezra) well before HTML and the web existed. Prior to the commercialization of the internet, while procrastinating on his dissertation about the airline industry in graduate school, in an effort to “get back up to speed on the emerging HTML technology” he created the first online airline portal (Airlines of the Web). As the consumer internet started to commercialize, he was struck by the interaction of those communities interested in online community enabled communication and those interested in online profit. That experience of seeing how communities formed online around a common interest, led him a bit later to co-creating the first crowdsourced telecom consumer information rates and fees database (ABTolls) with a mission of helping people get the best consumer information possible. Similar to when he first learned of HTML in the early 1990’s, when he first learned of blockchain he once again felt the need to “get back up to speed” and has immersed himself in the growing communities of people working on such distributed trust technologies. He hopes insights from organizational theory can help to shape our joint future so that the societal impact of this shift is designed in such a way to ensure a better more equitable future for all.
Donald Siegel is Foundation Professor of Public Policy and Management and Director of the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University. From 2008-2016, Siegel served as Dean of the School of Business at the University at Albany, SUNY. Siegel is an editor of the Journal of Management Studies and the Journal of Technology Transfer, a former co-editor of Academy of Management Perspectives, an associate editor of the Journal of Productivity Analysis, a former associate editor of the Journal of Business Venturing and Academy of Management Learning and Education, and serves on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Perspectives, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Business Venturing, and Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. He has also co-edited 47 special issues of leading journals in economics and management. In 2016, he was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Management. Siegel has published 118 journal articles and 12 books on issues relating to university technology transfer and entrepreneurship, productivity analysis, gambling, and corporate and environmental social responsibility in such leading journals as the American Economic Review, The Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Law and Economics, Journal of Financial Economics, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Research Policy, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Perspectives, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, and Journal of Management. Don has received over $3.3 million in grants or fellowships from the Sloan Foundation, NSF, Kauffman Foundation, NBER, the American Statistical Association, W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, and the U.S. Department of Labor.
Sully de Luque, Mary
Mary Sully de Luque is an Associate Professor of Global Leadership and is a Barrett Honors Faculty member in the Thunderbird School of Global Management, where she also serves as a Senior Sustainability Scientist at the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at the Arizona State University. She received her BA from Creighton University and her Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska, after which she served as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business. The book she coauthored, “Strategic Leadership across Cultures: The GLOBE Study of CEO Leadership Behavior and Effectiveness in 24 Countries” was awarded the 2015 Leadership Book Award for Scholarly Rigor and Critical Thought.
Dr. Sully de Luque has keen research interests in the study of micro-macro cultural influences in management and organizational effectiveness, CSR and stakeholder decision-making, global and responsible leadership, as well as women and entrepreneurship. She has presented her research at international conferences and she has published in journals such as Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Organizational Behavior. Journal of Management Studies, and Academy of Management Perspective, as well as many book chapters. On the review board at many journals, she is an editor at Journal of Business Ethics.
Dr. Sully de Luque has taught graduate-level courses in CSR and Sustainability, Global Leadership, Cross-cultural Management and Global HRM at several universities around the world. Notably, she has serves as the faculty co-director of Project Artemis, a program that assists women entrepreneurs in developing and growing their businesses in emerging markets. Prior to finishing her formal education, she had a career as an aide for two United States Senators. She serves on the GLOBE Foundation Board of Directors, as well as several BODs for other non-profit organizations.
Dr. Mary B. Teagarden is Associate Dean of Faculty and Administration and Professor of Global Strategy at Thunderbird School of Global Management. Mary is editor-in-chief of Thunderbird International Business Review and an editor of Journal of International Business Studies. She is recognized and sought after in academic, corporate and government sectors for her teaching, executive training and consulting. Dr. Teagarden received her Ph.D. in Global Strategic Management from the University of Southern California.
Dr. Teagarden’s research focuses on global competitiveness and capability building with an emphasis on offshoring, innovation dynamics, value creation, talent acquisition and development, and research methods. Mary has published more than 135 articles, books, chapters, and case studies in Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review, Journal of World Business, Academy of Management Journal, Human Resource Management, Organizational Dynamics and Management and Organization Review, among others. Dr. Teagarden has advised technology-intensive manufacturing and service firms in China, India, Mexico, Malaysia, Brazil and the United States. She serves on the American University of Rome Board of Trustees; Arhaus University School of Business and Engineering Board of Advisors; and the University of San Francisco's China Business Studies Initiative Advisory Board. Dr. Teagarden has appeared in top media outlets, including CNN, MSNBC, Fox Business, CCTV, ABC, NBC, the Financial Times, the Washington Post, the International Herald Tribune, Harvard Business School Working Knowledge, CIO and IEEE Spectrum. They call on her for her expertise regularly. She has testified in front of the U.S. Congress based on her international business expertise. Dr. Teagarden has lived or worked in eleven Latin American countries, five European countries and eight Asian countries – in addition to the United States and Canada. Mary is fluent in Spanish and conversant in French. In her spare time she and her husband explore the southwest deserts in their jeep.
ANNE S. TSUI is currently Distinguished Adjunct Professor at the University of Notre Dame, Motorola Professor Emerita of International Management at the Arizona State University, and Distinguished Visiting Professor at Peking University and Fudan University, China. Previously, she was on the faculty of Duke University, University of California, Irvine, and the Founding Head of the Management Department at the Business School of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She is the 67th President and Fellow of the Academy of Management, 14th Editor the Academy of Management Journal, Founding President of the International Association for Chinese Management Research and Founding Editor-in-Chief of Management and Organization Review. She is also a Fellow of the Academy of International Business. Her research interests include executive leadership, employment relationship, demographic diversity, income inequality, and international management especially in the Chinese context. She has a strong commitment to doctoral education and a strong advocate of responsible social science in business. She co-founded the Community for Responsible Research in Business and Management (www.rrbm.network), an inter-disciplinary, global, grassroots movement to advance both the credibility and the usefulness of research for both business and society. She has received numerous awards, including the best paper awards from AMJ, ASQ, and JOM, the Center for Creative Leadership Applied Leadership Research Award, the University of Minnesota Outstanding Achievement Award, the AoM Distinguished Service Contribution Award, and the IACMR Lifetime Contribution Award. Dr. Tsui received her BA in Psychology from the University of Minnesota, Duluth, MA in Industrial Relations from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis-St. Paul, and PhD in Management from the University of California, Los Angeles. In May 2015, she received an Honorary Doctorate in Economics from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.
PhD student working with David Waldman in the area of technology transfer/academic entrepreneurship.
David A. Waldman (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a professor of management in the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. His research interests focus largely on leadership processes, especially at the upper levels of organizations and in a global context. Many of his research efforts have been interdisciplinary in nature. His recent activities in the area of organizational neuroscience have gained notoriety in both academic and practitioner circles, including publications in the Academy of Management Journal and the Journal of Applied Psychology, and Personnel Psychology, as well as write-ups in the Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, and the Financial Times. He has also helped to integrate organizational behavior concepts into the area of knowledge worker entrepreneurship. Further, he is recognized as largely originating the concept of responsible leadership, which involves understanding leadership processes in the domain of corporate social responsibility.
In addition to the journals mentioned above, Professor Waldman’s accomplishments include over 120 articles in such journals as the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Perspectives, Personnel Psychology, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, Journal of Management, Organizational Research Methods, and The Leadership Quarterly. According to Google Scholar, his work has been cited over 23,000 times. He has also published 5 books on 360-degree feedback, leadership and open communication, organizational neuroscience, corporate social responsibility, and leadership, respectively. He has been a principal investigator on grants and research contracts approximating $1.6 million, including a current grant of approximately $263,000 with the National Science Foundation. Professor Waldman is on the editorial review boards of the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Perspectives, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and The Leadership Quarterly. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, as well as the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Zhen Zhang is Professor of Management and the Dean’s Council of Distinguished Scholar in the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. His research focuses on leadership process and development, work teams and groups, biological basis of work behavior, the intersection between organizational behavior and entrepreneurship, and advanced research methods. Zhen is currently an Associate Editor at Personnel Psychology.
David Zhu is an Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship and Dean’s Council Distinguished Scholar at the Arizona State University. He obtained his Ph.D. in strategy from the University of Michigan. One stream of his research examines how group decision-making processes and personalities influence top executives’ major decisions about corporate governance and corporate strategy. Another stream of his research concerns the structure of corporate elite networks and interorganizational networks. His work has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal. He serves on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, and Strategic Management Journal. He also serves on the management committee of the Chinese Management Scholars Community. He is a representative-at-large of the Strategic Leadership and Governance interest group of SMS, and a representative-at-large and macro research committee chair of the International Association for Chinese Management Research.