Business (Marriott School)

Mike Hendron

Education:

  • PhD, Strategic Management, University of Texas at Austin, 2008
  • MBA, , Darden Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia, 2000
  • BA, Political Science, Brigham Young University, 1996

Group Affiliations:

  • Society for Judgment and Decision Making 2007
  • INFORMS 2006
  • Strategic Management Society 2005
  • Academy of Management 2002

Selected Publications:

  • “Playing favorites: The influence of leaders’ inner circle on group processes and performance”, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Volume 35, Pages 1244-1257, 2009.    

Experience:

  • Other
    • Assistant Instructor, University of Texas at Austin 2005 - 2007
    • Principal & Founder, Arcwise Consulting 2001 - 2002
    • Senior Strategy Consultant, Alliance Consulting Group (Emerald Solutions) 2000 - 2001
    • Business Development Coordinator, Kanematsu USA, Inc. 1995 - 1998

Awards:

  • Dissertation Research Grant, Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship , University of Texas at Austin , 2006
  • Fred Moore Assistant Instructor Award for Teaching Excellence , University of Texas at Austin , 2006
  • Burnt Orange Apple Seed Teaching Award , University of Texas at Austin , 2005

Languages:

  • Japanese
Email Address: 

Peter Ward

Selected Publications:

  • “Urban American Indians: Predictors of father’s active and passive engagement with their children”, Social Work Research.  

  •  “Paper/Pencil versus online data collection: An exploratory study”, Journal of Leisure Research, Edition 1, Volume 46, Issue 1, Pages 84-105, 2014.       

  • “The satisfaction with family life scale.”, Marriage & Family Review Edition 5, Volume 49, Issue 5, Pages 446-463, 2013.   

  • “Positive youth development within a family leisure context: Youth perspectives of family outcomes.”, New Directions for Youth Development, Edition 130, Issue 130, Pages 29-42, 2011.  

  • “Measuring marital satisfaction: A comparison of the Revised Dyadic Adjustment Scale and the Satisfaction with Married Life Scale”, Marriage and Family Review, Edition 4, Volume 45, Issue 4, Pages 412-429, 2009.   

Presentations:

 

  • Adaptation of an Adolescent Coping Assessment for Adventure Therapy. - Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Council - Wilderness Therapy Symposium - 2015     

  • Conceptualizing experiences: A multi-disciplinary synthesis - - Leisure Science Association Conference - 2014        Exploring Recreation-Related Venues’ Social Media Practices - - Leisure Studies Association Summer Conference - 2014     

  • Positive Youth Development: Building Life Skills through Youth Sports - NRPA - Leisure Research Symposium - 2014        Discovery of fun: Construct from perceptions of wilderness adventure experiences. - National Recreation and Parks Association - Leisure Research Symposium - 2010     

  • Influences on active family leisure and its relationship to obesity - - 2010 Congress and Exposition, National Recreation and Park Association - 2010

Office: W427 TNRB

Email Address: 

i + Entrepreneurship

BYU Course Code: 
M B A 670
Course Description: 

Creating and capturing value through individual and organizational innovation; strategies to increase the flow of innovation and the probability of success.

Professor: 
Department: 
Does the course meet general education requirements?: 
No
Prerequisites: 
Graduate course
Prerequisites Yes/No: 
Yes, there are prerequisites
CID Category: 
Innovation

Entrepreneurial Marketing

BYU Course Code: 
M B A 672
Course Description: 

Strategies for start-up companies. Topics include marketing to investors, internal marketing, and marketing products/services without a marketing budget.

Department: 
Does the course meet general education requirements?: 
No
Prerequisites: 
Graduate course
Prerequisites Yes/No: 
Yes, there are prerequisites
CID Category: 
Innovation

Program Evaluation

BYU Course Code: 
Rec Mgmt 487
Course Description: 

Acquiring and applying evaluation knowledge and skills to manage quality and effectiveness of recreation services and experiences.

Professor: 
Does the course meet general education requirements?: 
No
Prerequisites: 
Only for majors; includes prerequisites: RECM 404 & RECM 420 & RECM 430.
Prerequisites Yes/No: 
Yes, there are prerequisites
CID Category: 
Design

Creating New Ventures

BYU Course Code: 
M B A 671
Course Description: 

Learning the critical skills to create a successful new venture by validating an initial idea and business model in the field.

Department: 
Does the course meet general education requirements?: 
No
Prerequisites: 
Graduate course
Prerequisites Yes/No: 
Yes, there are prerequisites
CID Category: 
Innovation

Creating a Good Life through Recreation

BYU Course Code: 
Rec Mgmt 300
Course Description: 

Considering foundational recreation concepts and contemporary issues. Exploring professional opportunities in recreation.

Professor: 
Does the course meet general education requirements?: 
No
Prerequisites: 
No. Open to all majors
Prerequisites Yes/No: 
Yes, there are prerequisites
CID Category: 
Design

Managing New Ventures

BYU Course Code: 
M B A 674
Course Description: 

Drawing heavily upon the post-undergraduate professional experience, students will operate and grow high-tech or growth businesses after creating a new venture and securing funding.

Professor: 
Department: 
Does the course meet general education requirements?: 
No
Prerequisites: 
Graduate course
Prerequisites Yes/No: 
Yes, there are prerequisites
CID Category: 
Innovation

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