Gjergji Cici, Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance, knows the value of direct experience -- and helps his students get it.
In recent research, Assistant Professor Alex Woods has investigated factors that cause supervisors to subjectively adjust managers’ objective performance measures.
Scott McCoy looks at digital ads on e-commerce Web sites and studies their impact on Web users’ attitudes, performance and intentions.
James Bradley helps companies better manage supply chains by using models, simulation and math.
Associate Professor Brent Allred uses a variety of sources to stay on top of the latest in global strategy.
Assistant Professor Chon Abraham is interested in how information technology can create clear lines of communication.
Todd Mooradian, Associate Professor of Marketing, is connecting personality traits to consumer behaviors across cultures.
Deborah Hewitt uses the live case method in her classes, working in the news of the day into the curriculum.
Marketing professor Don Rahtz regularly travels to Southeast Asia to measure quality of life issues.
Michael Luchs, Assistant Professor of Marketing, says well-designed products can and do engage consumers.
Assistant Professor Inga Carboni, who teaches Organizational Behavior, uses episodes of The Office to illustrate how groups manage issues related to productive and destructive forms of conflict.
Ram Ganeshan, professor in the Operations & Technology Group, says at its foundation, Supply Chain Management is getting products and services from Point A to Point B in the best possible way.
Prof. John Merrick, the Richard S. Reynolds Associate Professor of Business is a veteran of the bond markets and academia. He designed the state-of-the-art Acuff Financial Markets Center to bring a Wall Street experience to his students.
Rajiv Kohli, Associate Professor of MIS, was once a lawyer and human resources expert. Today, he focuses his research on the business value of information technology, healthcare information systems, and managing innovation with information technologies.