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Paul M. Swiercz

Paul M. Swiercz

Title: Professor of Management

Department: Department of Management

Address: Funger Hall, Suite 315B

Phone: (202) 994-0399


Degrees: Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1984

Curriculum vitae: CV

M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1981

M.P.H., University of Michigan, 1976

Area of Expertise: Strategic Human Resources Management, Competitive Strategy, Innovation, Entrepreneurial Leadership, Thinking Skills, and Ethics and Employment Law

Publications: Absorbed in Work: Meaning, Antecedents, and Consequences of Cognitive-Based Work-Nonwork Conflict, with S. Ezzedeen presented at the Eastern Academy of Management Winner of the Michael J. Driver Best Paper in the Careers Division, also Nominated for Best Conceptual Paper Award Eastern Academy of Management , 2006.

“Human resource information systems (HRIS) and technology trust.” Journal of Information Science (2005) 31: 340-353, with S.K. Lippert.

Editorial Positions: Swiercz served as editor (1998-2002) of the journal Human Resource Planning and is director of the Strategic HRM Partnership Project at GWU, developer of the SWIF Learning (Student Written – Instructor Facilitated Case Writing) and co-developer of the Cognitive Intrusion of Work Scale (CIW).

Professional Activities: Various executive development programs

Current Research: Human Resources Systems for Competitive Advantage

Other: Swiercz is the founder and principal in the firm Executive Selection and Development International (ESDI) and developer of the workshop Strategic Business Thinking: A Skill Building Workshop for Competitive Thinkers.