E. Alan Hartman
Specialties: organizational change, organizational innovation, family business governance
Ph.D, Michigan State University
Sage 2449, (920) 424-1424
Professor Hartman teaches management and human resources courses. In addition to conducting research on leadership and management, he has held several leadership positions including 13 years as dean of the College of Business at UW Oshkosh, interim provost and vice chancellor, chair of the faculty development board, associate dean of the College of Business and acting assistant vice chancellor. He has received faculty awards, including the John McNaughton Rosebush Professorship, an Endowment for Excellence professorship and teaching excellence.
Hartman, E.A., Schierstedt, S., and Gudmundson, D. (2011) Family Business Governance Structures: Incidence and Effects. Electronic Journal of Family Business Studies, 5(1-2), 126-139.
Tower, C.B., Gudmundson, D., Schierstedt, S. and Hartman, E.A. (2007). Do Family Meetings Really Matter? Their Relationship to Planning and Performance Outcomes in Small Family Business. Journal of Small Business Strategy, 18(1), 85-94.
Academy of Management
American Psychological Society
United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Southeastern Small Business Institute Directors Association
Wisconsin Innovation Network
Current Community Involvement
Work Place Excellence Award Selection Committee (2008-present, co-chair 2010-present)
Grand Opera House Foundation Board of Directors (2010-present)
Angels on the Water Board of Directors (2010-present, Chair 2010-present)
Leadership Oshkosh Advisory Committee (1992-present)
Facilitator of the Leadership Oshkosh Retreat (1992-present)
Center for Applied Research and Services (1998-present)
Attract, Develop, Retain and Diverse Talent Committee of the New North (2006-present)