The management component at the Jones Graduate School of Business consists of two areas: strategy and environment and organizational behavior. 

Organizational behavior faculty have advanced theory and published research on several critical topics, including affect, creativity, emotions, ethics, expertise, intuition, personality, and sensemaking. Through innovative exercises, cases, and assignments, faculty demonstrate the applications and importance of organizational behavior in today's dynamic business world. Visit Rice Business Wisdom for examples of our organizational behavior faculty's peer-reviewed business research presented in a compelling, quick-to-read package.

Each area contributes to the foundation, opportunity and achievement of our students, and the management faculty - renowned in their fields - furnish a roadmap of standards for the growth of business and business education today. 

There's never been a better time to connect with the management program at Rice.

About Organizational Behavior

We are an active and collaborative group of scholars pursuing innovative research projects and employing cutting edge teaching methods.  From a research standpoint, the members of our group have published articles in numerous top-tier journals including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Organization Science.  Our research interests, although diverse, are interrelated, which fosters a high level of group synergy.  

In recent years, we have advanced theory and published research on several critical, contemporary topics in our field including affect, creativity, emotions, ethics, expertise, intuition, personality, and sensemaking.  From a teaching standpoint, our faculty members instruct students across the full range of Jones School MBA programs.  

Courses and concepts covered within the Organizational Behavior curriculum include Leadership, Negotiations, Creativity and Innovation, Decision Making, and Organizational Change. Through innovative exercises, cases, and assignments, our faculty members demonstrate the importance and applications of organizational behavior in today’s dynamic business world.

Full-Time Faculty

Hajo Adam

Assistant Professor of Management (Organizational Behavior)
713-348-5385
Erik Dane

Erik Dane

Distinguished Associate Professor of Management (Organizational Behavior)
713-348-5370
William H. Glick

William H. Glick

H. Joe Nelson III Professor of Management - Organizational Behavior
713-348-6054
Jonathan Miles

Jonathan Miles

Lecturer in Management - Organizational Behavior
713-348-2059
Otilia Obodaru

Otilia Obodaru

Assistant Professor of Management (Organizational Behavior)
713-348-6036
Brent Smith

D. Brent Smith

Senior Associate Dean for Executive Education, Associate Professor of Management and Psychology (Organizational Behavior)
713-348-3651
Scott Sonenshein

Scott Sonenshein

Henry Gardiner Symonds Professor of Management (Organizational Behavior)
713-348-3182
Jing Zhou

Jing Zhou

Houston Endowment Professor of Management and Psychology (Organizational Behavior)
713-348-5330

Part-Time Faculty

William Barnett

F. William Barnett

Adjunct Professor in Management - Organizational Behavior
 
Edmund Donaldson

Edmund Donaldson

Adjunct Professor in Management & Executive Managing Director, Portfolio Management, USAA Real Estate Company
 
Scott S. Nyquist

Scott S. Nyquist

Adjunct Professor in Management - Organizational Behavior & Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company
 
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Fred Oswald

Adjunct Professor in Management - Organizational Behavior
 
Meagan Sutton

Meagan Sutton

Lecturer in Management - Organizational Behavior
 

Emeriti Faculty

Jennifer M. George

Jennifer M. George

Mary Gibbs Jones Professor Emeritus of Management
713-348-6235