DCUBS Alumni Breakfast April on ‘Leadership and Change’
Our April DCUBS Alumni breakfast will take place on April 10 and will be “Breakfast with Jack McCarthy” Jack is Professor of OB at Boston University and his theme will be Leadership and Change.
Dr. Jack McCarthy is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour in the School of Management at Boston University, where he also serves as the Director of the Executive Development Roundtable, a major consortium and research centre on leadership development. He teaches courses on leadership and organizational behaviour in the undergraduate, MBA, international and executive programs, and also serves as the Faculty Director for the university’s core undergraduate Organizational Behaviour course. Additionally, he conducts leadership seminars for the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program at Boston University, comprised of mid-career professionals and scholars from developing nations studying in the United States. Jack was formerly an Assistant Professor at the University of New Hampshire, where he launched and led the undergraduate business program at the university’s urban campus in Manchester, NH and was the recipient of the college-wide 2005 Teaching Excellence Award.
Having taught the past several summers in residence in China, he received the 2009 Faculty of the Year Award from the International MBA Cohort at Boston University. Previously, while completing his doctorate in the School of Management at Boston University, he received the doctoral program’s 2002 Outstanding Instructor and 2001 Community Service awards.
With research interests in leadership, executive development, strategic change, and global sustainability, Jack’s work has been published in such journals as the Leadership and Organization Development Journal, Group and Organization Management, Global Business and Organizational Excellence, the Journal of Management Education and The Academy of Management Executive. He is a frequent speaker on leadership and strategy in corporate, non-profit and academic settings, and has presented research papers and led sessions at numerous professional conferences in the US and abroad.
Having served over fifteen years as a financial analyst, manager, and senior executive in operating divisions of the Raytheon Company, Schlumberger Ltd. and W.R. Grace & Co. prior to his career transition into academia, Jack draws heavily upon his real-world management and leadership experience in his teaching and research. He also serves as a leadership development consultant for executives and senior management teams in various industries, and has performed executive coaching, meeting facilitation, and strategic planning sessions in the areas of leadership, team dynamics and organizational change.
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