Research explores use of accounting information in managerial decision-making, with an emphasis on strategic performance measurement systems and employee performance reward systems. Recipient of Katz teaching award.
|Economic Analysis for Managerial Decisions: Firms and Markets||3|
|Statistical Analysis: Uncertainty, Prediction and Quality Improvement||3|
|Organizational Behavior: Leadership and Group Effectiveness||1.5|
|Financial Management 1||1.5|
|Information Systems Planning||1.5|
|Decision Technologies in Manufacturing and Operations Management||1.5|
|Business Ethics & Social Performance||1.5|
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|Finance||Management of Information Systems||Marketing||Operations||Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management||Strategy|
|Investment Management||IS Management||Consumer Insights||Supply Chain/Logistics Management||Human Resources Management||Management Consulting|
|Banking and Financial Institutions||Business Analysis||Brand Management||Project Management||Human Resources Consulting||Business Development|
|Corporate Finance||IT Consulting||Product Management||Performance Improvement Consulting||Entrepreneurship|
|Financial Consulting||Marketing Research|