We live in interesting times. ‘Interesting’ can be a curse or a challenge. I prefer the latter perspective. My sense is that to be an effective citizen and professional in the contemporary world means to think, practice, and live across disciplines. To embrace ambiguity and face uncertainty armed with courage, skill, and curiosity is of the essence. It can be quite colorful to live in shades of ‘gray’.
As a Professor of Management, my course offerings included: Introduction to Sustainability, Supply Chain Management and Green IT Operations, Integrative Strategic Management, Ethics and Social Responsibility, Exploring Globalization, Managing Knowledge and Information Technology, Systems Theories and The External Environment, and Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods. I served as a Management practicum advisor and facilitated Management professional seminars. In addition to the above, my interests include cognitive development, executive coaching, and technology and culture.