Clinical Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2003; MBA, Arizona State University, 1989; Juris Doctorate, Arizona State University, 1987; B.S., Arizona State University, 1983.
Schwab, Andreas, Yves Damoiseau, James H. Moore & Jean McGuire "Managerial Turnover and Tie Dissolution: Moderating Effects of Relationship Dependence and Tenure."
Schneiberg, Marc, Adam Goldstein, Matt Kraatz, and James Moore. "Embracing Market Liberalism? Community Embeddedness and Mutual Savings and Loan Conversions to Stock Company Form."
Arizona State University: 2008-present. Previous Appointments: Louisiana State University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Member: Academy of Management, Southern Management Association. Reviewer: Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly.
Moore, James H., and Matthew S. Kraatz, (2011) "Governance Form and Organizational Adaptation: Lessons from the Savings and Loan Industry in the 1980s." Organization Science, 22 (4):850-868.
Kraatz, Matthew S., and James H. Moore, (2002) "Executive Migration and Institutional Change," Academy of Management Journal, 45: 120-143.
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MGT 380 - Managemnt & Strategy Nonmajors
Introduces the functions and applications of management in organizations, including controlling, decision making, leadership, motivation, planning, and social responsibility. Not open to business majors.
MGT 459 - International Management
Concepts and practices of multinational and foreign firms. Objectives, strategies, policies, and organizational structures for operating in various environments.
MGT 493 - Honors Thesis
Supervised research or creative activity focused on preparation and completion of an undergraduate honors thesis or creative project.
WPC 480 - Capstone Course
Develops a general manager's or business owner's perspective on how organizations can create value. Creating long-run value by repeatedly producing goods and services that customers will buy at prices that cover the costs of producing them is the key to success for business organizations. Analyzing current and future environments to understand threats and opportunities in various institutional settings around the world is the starting point for thinking about how an organization might create value and gain sustainable competitive advantage. Evaluates the impact of institutional settings in different countries and ethical values on decision making. Students learn how to successfully manage relations with key stakeholders including customers, employees, suppliers of capital as well as other component goods and services, and stakeholders from various levels of government in different countries.