David L. Ford Jr, PhD

Professor
Organizations, Strategy and International Management (OSIM)
Education
PhD, University of Wisconsin, 1972
MS, University of Wisconsin, 1969
BS, Iowa State University, 1967
Courses
OBHR 3310 Organizational Behavior
OB 6301 Organizational Behavior
OB 7310 Theory and Research in Group and Intergroup Processes
Current / Recent
Research
Cross-cultural aspects of stress and coping in eight countries
Perceptions of values underlying organizational opportunity structures
Cross-cultural perspectives on group and organizational leadership effectiveness
Factors affecting the migration of foreign direct investment flows between global regions
Global team leadership, effectiveness and shared mental models
Awards and
Recognition
Presidential Certificate of Appreciation, California Psychological Association, 2000
Certificate of Excellence, National Black MBA Association, 1999, 2000
Trailblazer Award, Ph.D. Project Management Doctoral Students Association, 1997
Outstanding Young Alumnus Award, Iowa State University, 1977
Distinguished Service Citation, University of Wisconsin – Madison, 1988
John Yanazous Outstanding Paper Award, Eastern Academy of Management International Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2007
Highly Commended Paper Award, Emerald LiteratiNetwork, 2011
Best Paper Award, International Academy of African Business Development International Conference, Track 11, 2011
Professional
Organizations
Institute of Certified Professional Managers
Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists
Academy of Management
National Black MBA Association
Society of International Business Fellows
Academy of International Business
INFORMS