N. Sharon Hill

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Associate Professor of Management
Funger Hall
2201 G Street NW
Suite 315-F
Washington, DC 20052
[email protected]

Dr. N. Sharon Hill is an associate professor of management at the George Washington University School of Business. Her research focuses on organizational change, teamwork, and virtual work (e.g., virtual teams, telecommuting, mobile work) where the use of technology replaces traditional face-to-face interaction. Her articles have appeared in such leading outlets as Academy of Management Annals, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Organization Science, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management Studies, Leadership Quarterly, and Organizational Research Methods. Dr. Hill is on the editorial boards of Personnel Psychology and Organization Science. 

Dr. Hill teaches courses in organizational behavior, human resource management, leading change, leading teams, virtual teamwork, and leading the virtual workforce. Her teaching in these areas includes courses at the undergraduate, M.B.A., Ph.D., and executive education levels. She also delivers training workshops to organizations.

Dr. Hill previously worked for multinational companies in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany, and the United States. Her global, cross-functional business experience includes roles in information technology, six sigma quality improvement, organizational change, as well as corporate training and development.  

Dr. Hill received her Ph.D. in Business and Management from the University of Maryland, College Park. She also holds an M.B.A. in International Business and a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering with German. Dr. Hill is a member of the academic honor societies of Beta Gamma Sigma and Alpha Kappa Phi.

  • Virtual and Hybrid Work Arrangements
  • Organizational Change
  • Teams
  • Ph.D., Organizational Behavior/Human Resources, University of Maryland, College Park
  • M.B.A., International Business
  • B.Eng., Mechanical Engineering with German
  • Human Resource Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Leading Teams
  • Leading Change
  • Leading the Virtual/Hybrid Workforce
  • Virtual Teamwork
  • Doctoral Seminar in Work Group and Teams