Sammie Robinson

  • Program Coordinator, Management
  • Assistant Professor of Management

Education

·         BBA in Accounting, Southwestern University (Texas)
·         MBA, Southern Methodist University
·         PhD in Business, Organizational Behavior, University of Kansas (KU)

 

Courses Taught

Undergraduate

  • Principles of Management
  • Power and Negotiation
  • International Business

Graduate

  • History of Management, Human Resources & Employment Relations
  • International Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Management of Global Human Resources

 

Teaching Focus

Dr. Robinson’s teaching focuses on human behavior in organizations and effective business management.  Primary emphasis is given to applying what is learned in order to build a successful career in organizational settings within a life of faith and purpose.

 

Publications

Horn, D., Mathis, C., Robinson, S., and Randle, N. (2015) Is Charismatic Leadership Effective When Workers are Pressured to be Good Citizens? The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, forthcoming
Taylor, R. and Robinson, S. (2015). An Information System Security Breach at First Freedom Credit Union: What goes in must come out (Case Study) Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, forthcoming, publication scheduled
Taylor, R. and Robinson, S. (2015). An Information System Security Breach at First Freedom Credit Union: What goes in must come out (Instructor’s Note) Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, forthcoming, publication scheduled
Taylor, R. and Robinson, S. (2014). The Roles of Positive and Negative Exemplars in Information Security Strategy.  Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, 17(2), 57-79.
Robinson, J., Blockson, L. and Robinson, S. (2007) Exploring Stratification and Entrepreneurship:  African American Women Entrepreneurs Redefine Success in Growth Ventures.  Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol 613, 131- 154.
Blockson, L. C., Robinson, J., and Robinson, S. (2007) Alleviating Poverty through Business Ownership:  Personal and Professional Success Experienced by African American Women Entrepreneurs.  Journal of the Center for Research on African American Women, Vol. 2 (1)

 

Additional Information

Dr. Robinson is a member of the Academy of Management where she has given several conference presentations, and currently serves as a Placement volunteer.  She has also been a presenter and affiliated with the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society (OBTS), North American Case Research Association (NACRA), United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), Southern Management Association, Midwest Academy of Management, Eastern Academy of Management and Management Faculty of Color Association.

Dr. Robinson’s professional experience includes supervisory and managerial positions in the oil and gas, electric public utility and telecommunications industries.  She has also served as a consultant, meeting facilitator and trainer for entrepreneurial and non-profit organizations.

Dr. Robinson enjoys reading, international travel and spending time with family and friends.

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