I am interested in teaching business sustainability, strategic management, and international business. 

Management and Society

This course is designed to help students better understand the demands on corporations to be ethical and meet societal expectations. The first half of the course builds up foundational paradigms and concepts, including the stakeholder view of the firm, business responses to sustainability issues, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, individual- and organizational ethics, corporate social responsibility, and corporate governance. The remainder focuses on business-stakeholder relationships—such as those between organizations and the natural environment, consumers, nongovernmental organizations, government, and employees—along with relevant applied topics like climate change, the hedonic treadmill, social media ethics, gender- and racial diversity, and technology ethics. 

Fundamentals of Management

This course provides a framework for understanding the opportunities and challenges impacting managers and how they conduct business. In this course, I deliver lectures on a wide array of core organizational- and managerial issues, including business ethics, corporate sustainability, global strategy, international business, strategic management, entrepreneurship, organizational culture and structure, human resource management, and organizational behavior.