The Department of Management encompasses the academic disciplines of organizational behavior, organizational management and strategy and technology innovation management (STIM).
Organizational behavior is an interdisciplinary field of study dedicated to understanding how differences in behavior influence outcomes of importance.
Organizational management explores communication, integrity, teamwork, cross-cultural sensitivity, negotiation and leadership.
STIM is about creating the future in established organizations and new ventures. Our courses emphasize the critical nature of strategic leadership, strategy formulation and implementation, technology management, and innovation.
Below is a comprehensive list of all degree programs in organizational behavior, organizational management and strategy and technology innovation management offered by the LeBow College of Business:
Barnes, Liza, Lacerenza, Christina N., and Volpone, Sabrina D., Becoming a Right-Hand Partner: How Lower-Power Employees Heedfully Challenge Organizational Leaders. Academy of Management Journal (Forthcoming).
Resick, Christian, Lucianetti, Lorenzo, Mawritz, Mary, Choi, Jae Young, Boyer, Stacy, and D’Innocenzo, Lauren, When Focus and Vision Become a Nightmare: Bottom-Line Mentality Climate, Shared Vision, and Unit Unethical Conduct. Journal of Applied Psychology (Forthcoming).
Lee, Jeongsik, Jung, Hyun J, and Park, Hyunwoo, Rare is Beautiful? Rareness, Technology Value, and the Moderating Role of Search Domain and Knowledge Maturity. Production and Operations Management (Forthcoming).