Organizational Leadership Track Information
The Organizational Management, Organizational Leadership Track is for students who expect to work for organizations of all types (private, government, non-profit) in which they expect to play, or who would like to assume, a leadership role. This track is part of the undergraduate Organization Management concentration.
Organizational Leadership Curriculum Information and Checklists
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Organizational Leadership Faculty Advisor
- Jacqueline Hood
- Creative Enterprise Endowed Professor
- Phone: (505) 277-7279
- Office: ASM 2122
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- Bio: Jackie Hood is the Chair of the Organizational Studies Department and Creative Enterprise Endowed Professor at the Anderson School of Management. Dr. Hood has written numerous articles for management, entrepreneurship, and psychology journals and has presented a number of papers at academic conferences. Her current research areas include adult attachment, bullying in the workplace, management of diversity, and networking and social capital. In addition to her academic research and teaching, Dr. Hood has served as an organizational behavior and organizational development consultant to a variety of international organizations. Her consulting activities have included top management team building, executive coaching, facilitating strategic management initiatives, mediating conflict situations, and management training for executives. Dr. Hood's teaching includes classes in Organizational Behavior and Diversity, Leadership, Power and Influence, Team Dynamics, and other topics related to the management of people in organizations.