Management and Organization
The Management and Organization Department includes faculty who study the human component of organizations and focus on how to effectively manage and develop strategy for all types of organizations. Most managers recognize that leadership, communication, organization design, organization change, and other aspects of organizational and strategic studies are critical competencies for success. The Management and Organization Department offers undergraduate concentrations in Human Resources and Leadership, MBA concentrations in Leadership and Management, and a PhD in Organization Studies.
NEW FACULTY WELCOME
We are pleased to introduce and welcome Professor Sean Martin to the department. Professor Martin received his Ph.D in Management and Organization from Cornell University in New York, his MBA from California Plytechnic Institute, and his B.A. in Global Studies and International Relations from University of California, Santa Barabara. His research focuses on how leadership and organizational culture influence individuals’ ethical values – what their values are, how important they are to one’s identity, whether they are considered when interpreting a situation, and whether those values do, in fact, guide behavior.
PROFESSOR SENGUL RECEIVES TENURE
Professor Metin Sengul has received tenured status in the Carroll School of Management. His teaching interests are in the areas of strategic management, global strategy, competitive analysis, and research methods. He currently teaches the capstone undergraduate strategy course and M.B.A. elective Industry & Competitive Analysis.
MOHAN SUBRAMANIAM PUBLICATION
Professor Mohan Subramaniam's article,"Innovations for and from Emerging Markets" was recently published in the Journal of Product Innovation Management (July 2014).
JUDY CLAIR RECEIVES GRANT
Professor Judy Clair is part of a $100,000 grant awarded by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundation to the Medicine Department at Mass General Hospital (MGH) to design and run a coaching program for medical residents with the goal of creating an environment in which residents can reflect on their performance and professional development as they build their identities as doctors. As part of leadership team, led by Dr. Kerri Palamara McGrath, Judy will also collect data to research the impact of the program on residents and faculty coaches.
SPOTLIGHT ON TEACHING
MGMT2119: Communication and Personal Branding
Professor Phil Fragasso
An innovative, interactive course for students who want to effectively manage how they communicate individually and in a group. This course helps students understand what is unique about them and how to practice skills that make you a powerful communicator in both written and verbal formats.
The Management and Organization Department is offering the first Carroll School minor for students in the College of Arts and Sciences and Lynch School of Education. The new minor in Management and Leadership focuses on the behavioral side of management. It is designed for students interested who expect to hold managerial roles in various types of organizations.