The Department of Management faculty consistently goes above and beyond to inspire students and instill learning skills that prepare students for a lifetime of learning. Their teaching leaves an impression and has impact long after the course is completed. These instructors use a variety of methods to keep their courses current and relevant, and have consistently high teaching evaluations.
Department of Management Award-winning Faculty
- 2019 - James Bailey, EMBA Distinguished Faculty Award
- 2019 - James Bailey, GWSB Outstanding Service Award
- 2019 - Ayman El Tarabishy, GW New Venture Competition, Most Influential Faculty
- 2019 - Margaret Ormiston, Student Choice Award for Teaching Excellence by the Global Masters in Business program
- 2018 - Margaret Ormiston, Student Choice Award for Teaching Excellence by the Global Masters in Business program
- 2018 - Kathy Korman Frey, GW New Venture Competition, Most Influential Faculty
- 2017 - George Solomon and Patrick Mchugh
- 2016 - James Bailey
- 2015 - Chris Kayes and Ayman El Tarabishy
- 2014 - Ayman El Tarabishy and Patrick Mchugh
- 2013 - Ayman El Tarabishy and Andy Cohen
- 2012 - Ayman El Tarabishy and Sheetal Singh
- 2011 - Ayman El Tarabishy
- 2010 - Ayman El Tarabishy
Featured Articles From Management Faculty on Teaching Excellence
N. Sharon Hill, Associate Professor of Management
- Latham, A., & Hill, N. S. (2014). Preference for anonymous classroom participation: Linking student characteristics and reactions to electronic response systems. Journal of Management Education, 38 (2), 192-215.
- Hill, N. S. & Wouters, K. (2010). Comparing apples and oranges: Toward a typology for assessing e-learning effectiveness. In J. Martocchio (Ed.), Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management, Vol. 29. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
James R. Bailey, Hochberg Professorial Fellow of Leadership Development and Professor of Management
- Bailey, J.R. & Kayes, D.C. (in press). Users Guide to case study teaching templates. Sage Business Cases.
- Singh, S., Bailey, J.R., & Ramani, R.S. (2017). Study Smart Tutors: A case of entrepreneurial dilemmas and opportunities to break through unique growth barriers. Sage Business Cases (online)
- Bailey, J.R. & Lewicki, R.J. (2016). The case for doctoral reform, BizEd, September/October, 23-26.
- Bailey, J.R. (2002-2008). 24 editorial essays. Academy of Management Learning & Education.
- Bailey, J. R. & Lewicki, R. J. (2007). The Scientist and the sage. BizEd, July-August.
- Lewicki, R. J. & Bailey, J. R. (2007 ). The research-teaching nexus: Tension & reciprocity. St. Petersburg, Fl: Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business, International.
- Bailey, J. R. & Kayes, D. C. (2006). Individual learning. In. N. Nicholson, P. Audia & M. Pillutla (Eds.), Blackwell Encyclopedic Dictionary of Organisational Behavior. London, UK: Blackwell Press.
- Bailey, J. R. (2000). Skill training in management education. [Review of Developing managerial skills]. Leadership Quarterly, 11, 419-421.
- Bailey, J. R. (1986). Outcome measurement project; Phase III report. St. Louis, MO: Assembly for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business, International.
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