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Sathe, Vijay

PHD., C.S. & D.J. Davidson Chair and Professor of Management, Drucker School of Management, Claremont Graduate University.

Education

  • Ph.D. : 1974, Ohio State University
  • Field: Business Administration
  • Dissertation:   Structural Adaption to Environment: Study of Insurance Company Departments and Branch Banks.
  • M.B.A.: 1972, Ohio State University
  • M.S.: 1969, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • B.S.: 1966, University of Pune, India

Positions Held

  • Actual: C.S. & D.J. Davidson Chair & Professor of Management in Clarremont Graduate University (http://www.cgu.edu/pages/130.asp)
  • 9/86 – Now:   Professor, Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University.
  • 9/85 – 8/86     Visiting Professor, International Management Development Institute, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • 7/80 – 9/85     Associate Professor, Harvard Business School.
  • 7/76 – 6/80     Assistant Professor, Harvard Business School.
  • 9/74 – 6/76     Assistant Professor of Industrial Management, Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • 9/73 – 7/74     Teaching Associate, Department of Management Sciences, Ohio State University.
  • 1/71 – 9/73     Research Assistant, Department of Management Sciences, Ohio State University.
  • 1/69 – 7/70     Research and Development Staff, Cooper-Bessemer Company, Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
  • 9/67 – 1/69     Research Assistant, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • 4/67 – 7/67     Trainee, Secheron Company, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • 6/66 – 2/67     Management Trainee, Ruston & Hornsby Ltd., Poona, India.

Grants

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Richard Ellsworth, and Vijay Sathe. Fletcher Jones Grant, Claremont Graduate University, 2002-2003.

Awards

  • Professor of the Year, Drucker School MBA Program, May 2008
  • Professor of the Year, Drucker School MBA Program, May 2007
  • Professor of the Year, Drucker School MBA Program, May 2006
  • Professor of the Year, Drucker School MBA Program, May 2005
  • Professor of the Semester, Drucker School MBA Program, May 2003
  • Professor of the Year, Drucker School Executive MBA Program, May 1999
  • Professor of the Year, Drucker School MBA Program, May 1998
  • Professor of the Year, Drucker School MBA Program, May 1989
  • European Case of the Year Award, 1992:

“The Revival at Zaussi (A)”, European Case Clearing House, 1989.

  • Selected one of  top 5 finalists for the 1990 Annual Award given to the Best Article published in the field of Corporate Entrepreneuship, United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, U. S. Affiliate of the International Council for Small Business:

“Fostering Entrepreneurship in the Large Diversified Firm”, Organizational Dynamics, (New York: The American Management Association, Summer 1989)

Citation

Cited as one of outstanding professors for the Claremont Drucker MBA by VAULT (www.Vault.com/survey/school/Claremont), 4/21/06.

Books

Chinese translation (simple characters), December 2008.

(Included in list of Best Business Books 2003 by Library Journal, (www.libraryjournal.com)

Papers

  • Sathe, Vijay, “Manager, Leader, Entrepreneur: Three Key Contributions for the CEO” in Special Issue: The Making of a CEO, Effective Executive, January 2009, pp. 30-36  (published by The Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, India;  circulation of 80,000).
  • Sathe, Vijay and Hatim Tyabji, “A New Dimension of Leadership” in  Leader to Leader, Fall 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Book Review of Innovation: The Missing Dimension”  by Richard K. Lester and Michael J. Piore (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2004), The Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol. 21, Number 2, May 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Five Big Mistakes Leaders Make in Managing Change: And How to Avoid Them” in Special Issue: Change Management, Effective Executive, May 2007  (published by The Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, India;  circulation of 80,000).
  • Sathe, Vijay, “How Top Managers Drive Corporate Entrepreneurship: The Five Forces,” in Special Issue: Corporate Entrepreneurship, Effective Executive April 2007 (published by The Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, India; circulation of 80,000).
  • Sathe, Vijay,  “Creating Mindset and Behavior Change”,  Ivey Business Journal, May/June 2000, pp. 83-89.
  • Sathe, Vijay, and E. Jane Davidson,  “Toward a New Conceptualization of Culture Change”,  in Ashkanasy, Neal, Wilderom, Celeste, and Peterson, Mark (eds.),  Handbook of Culture and Climate,  Sage Publications, 2000.

The Handbook of Culture and Climate was selected as an “Outstanding Academic Title for 2000”and received the Choice Award from Choice Magazine, published by a division of the American Library Association. Selection criteria included excellence in scholarship, significance to other literature in the field and recognition as an important, often first, treatment of a specific subject.

  • Culver, Robert, Pilafidis, Emile, and Sathe, Vijay,  “Fusing Theory and Practice: Honors Consulting Projects for Drucker MBA Students”,  Journal of Education for Business,  Vol. 73, No. 5, May/June 1998.
  • Sathe, Vijay,  “Is your Company Ready to be a Global Player?”,  Drucker Management,  Winter 1997-98,  pp. 12-15.
  • Sathe, Vijay, & Smart, Geoffrey H. ,  “Building a Winning Organization: The Mind-Body Diagnostic Framework”,  Journal of Management Development,  Vol. 16, no. 6, 1997, pp. 418-427.
  • Sathe, Vijay,  “Promoting Entrepreneurship in Large Firms”,  Drucker Management,  Spring 1994,  pp. 17-20.
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Fostering Entrepreneurship in the Large Diversified Firm”, Organizational Dynamics, (New York: The American Management Association, Summer 1989, pages 20-32).

Selected one of top 5 finalists for the 1990 Annual Award given to the Best Article published in the field of Corporate Entrepreneuship, United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, U. S. Affiliate of the International Council for Small Business.

  • Sathe, Vijay, “From Surface to Deep Corporate Entrepreneurship,” Human Resource Management Journal, (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan, Winter 1988).
  • Sathe, Vijay, “A Model of Large Firm Entrepreneurship,” Journal of Development Planning, (New York: United Nations Publications, 1988).
  • Sathe, Vijay,  “In search of ‘deep’ entrepreneurship”,  Strategic Direction,  no. 29, March 1988.
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Promoting Entrepreneurship in Large Firms: Lessons from American and European Companies,” Imede Perspectives for Managers, (Lausanne, Switzerland: Number 5, 1987).

Reported by Christopher Lorenz in his article, “The dangers of fake entrepreneurship,” Financial Times, September 14, 1987, page 10.

  • Sathe, Vijay, “Motivating Entrepreneurial Behavior,” Imede Perspectives for Managers, (Lausanne, Switzerland: Number 8, 1986.)
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Managing an Entrepreneurial Dilemma: Promoting Entrepreneurship and Control in Large Organizations”, Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, (Wellesley, Massachusetts: Babson College, 1985).
  • Sathe, Vijay, “How to Decipher and Change Organizational Culture,” in Kilmann, R. H. Saxton, J. J., and Serpa, R., Managing Corporate Cultures, (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1985).
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Entrepreneurship and Company Culture,” in Howard Stevenson and John Kao, Proceedings of the Symposium on Entrepreneurship, (Harvard Business School, 1985).
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Implications of Corporate Culture:  A Manager’s Guide to Action,” Organizational Dynamics, Autumn 1983.

Reprinted in Managing Organizational Change: A Special Report from Organizational Dynamics, W. Warner Burke, Editor (New York: American Management Association, 1995, pp.29-47).

  • Sathe, Vijay, “The Controller’s Role in Management, “Organizational Dynamics, Winter 1983.
  • Kotter, John and Vijay Sathe, “Problems of Human Resource Management in Rapidly Growing Companies,” California Management Review, Winter 1979.
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Who Should Control Division Controllers?,” Harvard Business Review, Sept.-Oct. 1978.

Reprrinted in Organizations by Design: Theory and Practice, edited by Mariann Jelinek, Joseph A. Litterer and Raymond E. Miles (Plano, Texas: Business Publications, Inc., 1981)

  • Sathe, Vijay, “Institutional Versus Questionnaire Measures of Organizational Structure,” Academy of Management Journal, June 1978.
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Relevance of Modern Organization Theory for Management Accounting,” Accounting, Organizations, and Society, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1978.
  • Livingstone, J. Leslie, and Vijay Sathe, “A New View of the Controller’s Organization,: Proceedings of the Conference on Topical Research in Accounting, New York University, 1976.
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Duncan’s Structural Adaption Model:  A Theoretical Extension and an Empirical Test,” Proceedings of the Thirty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, New Orleans, 1975.
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Contingency Theories of Organizational Structure,” in J. Leslie Livingstone, Managerial Accounting:  The Behavioral Foundations, (Columbus, Ohio: Grid, 1975).
  • Livingstone, J. Leslie and Vijay Sathe, “New Perspectives in Distribution System Costing,” in Proceedings of the Fourth James R. Riley Symposium on Business Logistics, Ohio State University, 1972.

Publisehd Cases, Videos and Teaching Notes

European Case Clearing House

  • Sathe, Vijay, Bytemobile (A) (B) (C) (D), published by the European Case Clearning House (ECCH), Cases #807-026-1; 027-1; 028-1; 029-1, 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Bytemobile: Class Discussion with Hatim Tyabji, Executive Chairman, published by the European Case Clearning House (ECCH), 10 min, Video #807-026-3, 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, VeriFone, published by the European Case Clearning House (ECCH), 31 min, Video #807-036-3, 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Bob Kohler: Creating Change at ESL, published by the European Case Clearning House (ECCH), Case #407-038-1, 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Bob Kohler: Creating Change at ESL, published by the European Case Clearning House (ECCH), 36 min, Video #407-038-3, 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Peninsula Beverly Hills: Video Case with Ali Kasikci, published by the European Case Clearning House (ECCH), 48 min, Video #307-313-3, 2004.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Interview with Donna Dubinsky: CEO, Palm Computer, published by the European Case Clearning House (ECCH), 9 min, Video #407-039-3, 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, The Revival at Zanussi: Interview with Managing Director Carlo Verri, published by the European Case Clearning House (ECCH), 24 min, Video #407-066-3, 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, The Revival at Zanussi (A) (B), published by the European Case Clearning House (ECCH), Cases #488-009-1, -010-1, 2007.
  • The Revival at Zanussi (A) won the 1992 European Case of the Year Award.

Harvard Business School Publishing

  • Sathe, Vijay, Buddy March, published by HBS Case Services, Case # 407-128, Updated and revised 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Mike Walker, published by HBS Case Services, Case # 484-061, Updated and revised 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Eric Weiss, published by HBS Case Services, Case # 482-059, Updated and revised 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Jody McVay, published by HBS Case Services, Case # 482-063, Updated and revised 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Neill Hance, published by HBS Case Services, Case # 483-086, Updated and revised 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Mike Miller (A) (B), published by HBS Case Services, Cases # 482-061, -062, Updated and revised 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Kirk Stone (A) (B), published by HBS Case Services, Cases # 482-067, -068, Updated and revised 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Jeff Bradley (A) (B), published by HBS Case Services, Cases # 484-066, -067, Updated and revised 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Dan Stewart (A) (B) (C) (D), published by HBS Case Services, Cases # 482-087, -088, -089, -090 Updated and revised 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Mat MacGregor (A) (B) (C), published by HBS Case Services, Cases # 483-098, -099, -100, Updated and revised 2007.
  • Sathe, Vijay, Designing Complex Organizations:  A Brief Overview, published by HBS Case Services, Note # 9-479-052, 1980.

Published in Textbooks

  •  Wanderman, Wendy, Vijay Sathe, and Sidney Harris, “The VeriFone Case” in:

Phyllis Schlesinger, Vijay Sathe, Leonard Schlesinger, and John Kotter, Organization: Text, Cases, and Readings on the Management of Organizational Design and Change, (Homewood, Illinois: Richard D. Irwin, 1992, Third edition).

  • Sathe, Vijay, Teaching Note for Course Module on Improving Controllership Effectiveness, (Note 5-483-053, Case Services, Harvard Business School, 1983).
  • Sathe, Vijay, “Evaluation of Comptrollership Effectiveness at ITT,” in Robert N. Anthony and John Dearden, Management Control Systems (Homewood, Illinois: Richard D. Irwin, 1982).

Presentations

  • “The Changing Role of the Finance Function,” Presentation as a panel member (with Professors Anthony Hopwood and Kenneth Merchant, and CFOs James Dibbo and Rhonda Longmore-Grund as other panel members, with the panel moderated by Robert Hodgkinson, director of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales), Annual Meeting of the Amercian Accounting Association, Annaheim, California, August 4, 2008.
  • “Levers to Transform the Space Enterprise,” Keynote speaker, Space Systems Engineering and Risk Management Symposium, Los Angeles, October 26, 2005.
  • “Revitalization,” presentation at Drucker School Alumni Retreat, Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 9-11, 2005.
  • “Strategic Leadership: Mastering the Critical Challenges,” Presentation to the Governor and the top 100 managers of the Central Bank of Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, August 12, 2005).
  • “Leading Change and Transformation,” presentation to the officers of Khazanah, the government entity responsible for state owned enterprises and private sector investments of the Government of Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, May 27, 2005)
  • “The Challenges of Change Management,” presentation to the International Center for Leadership in Finance, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 27, 2005.
  • Two leading newspapers reported the content of this presentation:

(1) “Set realistic targets, firms advised,” by Daljit Dhesi, The Star (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 2, 2005)

(2) “Get workers to give you feedback without fear,” by Hardev Kaur, National Straits Times (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 3, 2005)

  • “Corporate Culture for the Future,” presentation to the Hungarian Managers Association, Budapest, Hungary, June 21, 2004

A leading Hungarian newspaper reported the content of this presentation:

  • “World Economy”, by Doku ügyeletes, Világgazdaság, February 18, 2005
  • “Corporate Entrepreneurship,” presentation to the Bay Area Alumni Association of the Drucker School, Santa Clara, California, April 20, 2004
  • “Corporate Entrepreneurship,” presentation to the Association for Strategic Planning, Los Angeles, March 9, 2004
  • “Levers to create change,” presentation to the County of San Bernardino Management Forum, March 8, 2004.
  • “Qualitative research and theory development,” presentation at Ph.D. colloquium, Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University, December 6, 2003.
  • Presentation on “The thrills and the traps of qualitative research,” presentaion at Ph.D. colloquium, Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University, October 5, 2002.
  • “Levers to accelerate change”, presentation to the Cornell International Workplace Studies Program,  San Diego, California, December 9, 1996.
  • “The global corporation”, presentation to the Levi Strauss Worldwide Managers Conference, Carmel, California, October 22, 1996.
  • “Levers to accelerate transformation”, presentation and panel discussion on “Boudaryless Transformations” at the Drucker Center Alumni Day, March 30, 1996.
  • “Challenges and opportunities for market researchers”, Keynote address at the Market Research Congress of the Dutch Market Research Society, The Netherlands, November 1, 1994
  • “Mindset and corporate transformation”, presentation to the Annual Congress of the Netherlands Institute of Marketing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 12, 1993.
  • “Changing my mind about culture change: learning from theory and practice to advance both”, presentation to faculty and doctoral students, Drucker Center Research Series, September 17, 1993.
  • “Management training in company turnarounds”, presentation at the Assessment, Measurement, and Evaluation Conference, Santa Clara, California, April 28, 1993.
  • “Entrepreneurship in large companies: rhetoric and reality”, one of two major addresses (the other by Henry Kravis) at the Claremont McKenna College Leadership Conference, February 24-25, 1993.
  • Panel member, “California business: new opportunities in Europe”, conference on Toward a New Europe, Pomona College, November 13, 1992
  • “Building a world-beating organization”, presentation at an international management symposium featuring Peter F. Drucker, Management Center Europe, London, U.K., May 12-13, 1992.
  • “Creating culture change: beyond total quality mirage”, presentation at the Second Annual Seminar for Aerospace & Defense, San Diego, April 6, 1992.
  • Panel member, Claremont Graduate School Drucker Center Alumni Day, “Revitalization of Global Corporations” (with Peter Drucker and Donald Peterson, former CEO of Ford Motor Company), Spring 1991.
  • “Is entrepreneurship part of your firm’s culture?”, UCLA Conference on Managing Organization Transitions in a Global Economy, June 1990.
  • “Promoting entrepreneurial behavior in organizations”, Keynote address, Third Annual MacCormac Lecture, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 1989.
  • “Bringing corporate culture into the classroom: Learnings from developing a new case-based course,” 1985 Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Darden School, University of Virginia.
  • Presentation to the Board of Directors, Inveresk Research Group, on the implications of the book Corporate Entrepreneurship for new business creation at Inveresk, Los Angeles, October 27, 2004.
  • “Corporate Entrepreneurship,” presentation to the Board of Trustees, Claremont Graduate University, October 17, 2003
  •  “Corporate Entrepreneurship,” presentation at the Executive Forum Series, Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management, September 17, 2003
  • Moderator, panel discussion on “The challenges of the Japanese corporation,” Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University, April 16, 2002.
  • Presenter and panel discussion member, “Executive Leadership for the New Millennium,” Drucker School – JAIMS Inaugural Roundtable, Honolulu, Hawaii, January 12-14, 2000.

Work in progress

  • Case: Cadence Design Systems (case released by Joe Costello, CEO)
  • Video: Patagonia (video released by Michael Crooke, CEO)
  • Video: Southern California Edison (Richard Rosenblum, Executive Vice President)
    • Video: Panda Management Company (Peggy Cherng, CEO and John Theuer, CFO)
    • Video: Royal Philips Electronics (Jan Oosterveld, GMC member and Chief Strategy Officer)
    • Video: Hewlett-Packard Company (Shane Robison, EVP and Chief Strategy Officer)

Courses Taught

MBA Program

  • 300A           Professional Skill Building: Case Study Learning
  • 340             The Strategy Course
  • 345             The Human Component
  • 362             Revitalization: Of the Organization and of Oneself
  • 396A           Knowledge and Skills for Management Consulting
  • 396B           Management Consulting Projects

Executive MBA Program

  • 307             Strategy: The New Realities of Competition v Managing New Ventures
  • 334             Managing Change v Power, Culture and Leadership v Strategy
  • 551             Revitalization: Of the Organization and of Oneself

Ph.D. Program

  • 404             New Perspectives in Management Research
  • 405             Grounded Theory and Case Study Research
  • Dissertation Proposal Development

Non-Credit Executive Education

Edward Jones Program, Drucker School:

October 1999; March 2000; November 2000; March 2001; November 2001; March 2002; November 2002; March 2003; November 2003; March 2004; Novembe4 2004; March 2006; November 2006; March 2007; November 2007

Other Teaching at Claremont Graduate University

  • Instructor, Claremont Graduate School Executive Education Program for Presidents of National Girl Scouts Councils, Spring 1991, “Building a winning organization”.
  • Instructor, Claremont Graduate School Executive Exchange Program for Swedish and California Executives, Fall 1990, “Managing corporate culture and corporate entrepreneurship”.
  • Instructor, Claremont Graduate School Executive Education Program for Young Presidents Organization, Summer 1990, “Managing change”.

Other Teaching

  • Course Module on Global Strategies, MBA Program, International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Lausanne, Switzerland, August 1997 & 1998.
  • Achieving Competitive Advantage Through Manaufacturing, Executive Education Program sponsored by the Government of the Province Santa Catarina, Brazil, October 25-29, 1999.

PUBLIC & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  • External reviewer for promotion of a UCLA management professor to Step VI, a rank unique to the Unversity of California and reserved for faculty, nationally or internationally recognized, who demonstrate great distinction in scholarly or creative achievement, or in teaching. Service acknowledged in letter from the Chairman and Senior Associate Dean, UCLA, February 12, 2004.
  • Anonymous Book Reviewer for Cambridge University Press, October 2003.
  • Expert advice provided to the United States General Accounting Office investigation for the United States Senate Armed Services Committee deliberations of the Untied States Department of Defense inventory control practices. Cited in  Organizational Culture: Techniques Companies Use to Perpetuate or Change Beliefs and Values, report to the Chairman, Committee on Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate, United States General Accounting Office, February 1992. (http://www.amazon.com/Organizational-culture-techniques-companies-perpetuate/dp/B00010FU7M)
  • Member, Board of Trustees, Webb School of California, 1992 to 2002
  • Member, City of Claremont Ad Hoc Task Force on Information Technology, Sept 2000.
  • Member, Board of Trustees, Mount San Antonio Gardens, Claremont, Sept 2006 to present (also member of the Executive Committee, January 2008 to present; Audit Committee, January 2007 to present; and Finance Committee January 2006 to present).

Institutional Service

Peter F. Drucker and Mastoshi Ito Graduate School of Management:

  •  Chair, MBA Committee, 2007-2009
  • Co-Chair, Non-Credit Executive Education Committee, 2007-2009
  • Member, Executive Committee, 2007-2008
  • Member, Ph.D. Committee, 2007-2008
  • Member, EMP Committee, Spring 2006
  • Member, MBA Committee, Spring 2004-Fall 2006
  • Chair, EMP Committee, Sept 00-02
  • Member, EMP Committee, 1995-00
  • Member, Faculty Search Committee, 1992-Present
  • Member, Faculty Executive Committee, 1995-96
  • Chair, MBA PCommittee, 1994-96
  • Member, PhD Program Facutly Steering Committee, 1991-95 & 02-Present
  • Member, Strategic Planning Committee, 1992-93
  • Member, PhD Qualifying Examination Committees, in Organization Design & Development as well as in Strategic Management, 1991-98
  • Speaker and panel member at several Drucker School alumni events

Claremont Graduate University:

  • Member, CGU Committee Appointed by FEC to Review One Senior Administrator (Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Professor Yi Feng). Report submitted to CGU faculty Spring 2008 (with Professor William D. Crano as chair, and Lori Anne Ferrell as the other member)
  • Member, Appointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Fall 2007 (alternate member in Spring 2008 and Fall 2008)
  • Member of a nine-person group of CGU Trustees, Administrators and Faculty who visited Jim Collins in Colorado to discuss CGU strategy for getting from Good to Great, April 12-13, 2007
  • Retreat Facilitator, CGU Board of Trustees strategic planning retreat, Huntington Beach, March 22-24, 2007.
  • Moderator, Panel One (A.G. Lafley, John W. Bachmann, Paul H. O’Neill, Rich Warren, Frances Hesselbein, John W. Mack), The Drucker Legacy Symposium, May 12, 2006.
  • Search Committee for Dean of the Drucker School, Spring 2006 (appointed by the President and the Provost of CGU; acting chair for the concluding meeting of the Search Committee with the President on June 26, 2006)
  • Replacement for member who recused himself for one case: Appointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Spring 2005
  • Member, Nominations Committee,  2004-07 (Chair in 2006-07)
  • Chair, Appointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2001-02
  • Member, Appointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee, January 2001 to June 2003
  • Member, Affirmative Action and Diversity Committee, 2000-01
  • Member, Appointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Spring 1998
  • Member, Nominations Committee, Spring 1997.
  • Member, Claremont Graduate School Faculty Council, 1992-93
  • Member, Claremont Graduate School Faculty Governance Evaluation Committee, Spring 1993

Supervision of Student Independent Study

Michael L. Yatsko, “EVA and the Balanced Scorecard: Can they be Integrated to Maximize Value?”  2 unit independent study in the EMBA program, Spring 2000.

Ph.D. Dissertation Committees

  • Member: Michael Crooke, The Mandala Model of Job Satisfaction, 2008.
  • Chair: Larry Wangler, The Consultant’s Influence on Decision-Making by the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors, 2001.
  • Chair: Philip Barnett,  The Evolution of a Federally Funded Research and Development Center: An Analysis Using Four Theoretical Frameworks, 2000.
  • Chair: Stuart Farber,  Internal Corporate Venturing in Single Business Firms,  1999.
  • Chair: Geoffrey Smart, Human Capital Valuation in Venture Capital Firms, 1998.
  • Chair: Emile Pilafides,  Effective Structuring and Managing of Intercompany Relationships, 1994
  • Chair: Teri Tompkins, How Collective Learning Occurs, 1993
  • Chair: Dave Ferguson, Public Works Program Management Using Owner-Consultant Relationships, 1993
  • Chair: Robert Wegbreit, Case Studies of the Process of Culture Change, 1992
  • Chair: Tom Bagley, A Process Model of the Making of Business Decisions That Have Significant Tax Implications, 1992
  • Member: Calvin Kirby, Performance Improvement Teams, 1992
  • Member: Richard K. Williams, Estimation of Performance Under Stressful Conditions, 1988
  • Member: Alice Sapienza, Believing is Seeing, Harvard Business School, 1984
  • Member: Jay Conger, Charismatic Leadership, Harvard Business School, 1983
  • Member: Mark Krieger,  Effective Decision Processes and Influence Networks, Harvard Business School, 1983
  • Member: Charles Reber, Written Rules in Work Organizations, Harvard Business School, 1981
  • Member, Srinivasan Umapathy, The Process of Budgeting in Decentralized Firms

Web: http://www.cgu.edu/pages/1870.asp