In this course, you will build both your understanding of leadership and your capacity to lead. You will learn cutting edge leadership and teamwork practices suited to deal with the dilemmas and complexities of organizations and establish your personal leadership philosophy in grounded research and real-life case examples.
This course can be applied toward:
ACT 605 or concurrent registration or BUS 500 or concurrent registration.
Textbooks and Materials
Dr. Troy Mumford enjoys doing research that explores leadership at different organizational levels (e.g., supervisory, managerial, and executive), in teams, and in shaping organizational culture. In addition, he investigates the types and determinants of leadership team roles as well as the connection between leadership actions and systems in driving organizational quality culture. He has published his research in multiple premier journals.
Troy is also passionate about teaching, and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Compensation and Benefits, and Management, receiving and being nominated for several teaching awards. He has also been involved in variety of independent consulting and applied research projects for organizations in the biomedical, manufacturing, financial, legal, and airline industries as well as the United States Government.
Troy V. Mumford received his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management from the Krannert Graduate School of Management at Purdue University.