Management Faculty Managing organizations successfully requires wide-ranging, interdisciplinary knowledge and the mastery of many skills. The management function integrates, and utilizes all the other subjects and functions taught in business school, e.g., marketing, business communications, business analytics, IT, accounting and tax, finance, etc. The study of management includes subjects like management theory, systems science, strategic leadership, organizational behavior, human resources, international business, and others. The Management faculty develops a foundational knowledge of management in students from a variety of organizations to provide a broad understanding of the trends, challenges, and best practices of management in the global marketplace. The approach bridges theory with real-world practice based on both students' and faculty experiences. Students will develop their decision-making abilities and learn systematic approaches to solve complex problems in different types of organizational environments. Three Fulbright Scholars are part of the department, which also houses the Center for Complex and Strategic Decisions. In collaboration with the Walsh Institute, students and faculty engage in business leadership affinity groups in human resources, business plan development, entrepreneurship, leadership success and life lessons presentations, and the Annual Walsh College Human Resources Summit. Sheila R. Ronis Ph.D. Chair, Dept. of Management Chair, Dept. of Info. Technology Roger Paul Bober Ph.D. Helen Bojarczyk Ph.D. John Bordeaux Ph.D. Edward Dennis Callaghan Ph.D. Richard Chasdi Ph.D. Ann Corwell Gyongyi Konyu-Fogel Ph.D., DBA Laura Frost Susan Gilkey Ph.D. Tom George Javarinis Ph.D. James Joseph Krolik Ph.D. Matthew Latham James McHann Ph.D. Henry Marshall Lee E. Meadows Ph.D. Samuel Palmeri Ph.D. Ann L. Saurbier D.M.