Megan Endres

Megan Endres

Professor of Management


557 Owen


[email protected]


  • Ph.D. University of North Texas
  • MBA Texas Christian University
  • BA Texas Christian University

Professional Summary

After receiving her BA in Journalism and MBA in Management from Texas Christian University, Megan went on to work in the field of advertising editing and copywriting. She then moved to business writing work in the corporate world, specifically concerned with sales proposals. During her Ph.D. at University of North Texas, Megan taught Organizational Behavior, Business Communications, and Administrative Communications courses. At this time, she started working as a management consultant for clients such as Fina Oil & Gas and Mary Kay Cosmetics, specializing in business research and business communications. After graduating with her Ph.D., Megan moved to the Boulder, Colorado area and consulted to companies and educational institutions, concentrating on business research, survey development and design, and statistical analyses and reports. Although she maintains relationships with clients for business research consulting, Megan returned to academia to focus on her primary areas of interest, research and teaching.

Courses Taught

  • MGMT 202 Business Communications
  • MGMT 386 Organizational Behavior and Management
  • MGMT 480 Management Responsibility and Ethics
  • MGMT 610 Diagnostic and Quantitative Methods in Organizations
  • MGMT 604 Strategic Communications and Ethical Decision Making
  • MGMT 613 Leadership in Business Organizations: Theory and Practice

Research Interests & Projects

Dr. Endres specializes in how managers and leaders can deal with and learn from ambiguity and complexity in decision making, and how they can encourage reciprocal knowledge sharing in organizations.

Selected Publications

Chowdhury, S., Endres, M. L., & Frye, C. (2019). The Influence of Knowledge, Experience and Education on Gender Disparity in Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy. Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship.

Endres, M., & Huszczo, G. E. (2017). The Relative Importance of Personality Traits in Predicting Leadership Self-Efficacy for Males versus Females. Int. J. of Training and Development, 21(4), 304-317.

Endres, M. L., & Rhoad, K. T. (2016). What makes a high performer share knowledge? Team Performance Management, 22(5/6), 269-283

Schulz, E., Endres, M. L., Kolomeitsev, S., & Clark de Castillo, R. (2015). Individual Differences in 401(k) Plan Allocation Choices. Compensation Benefits Review, 47(4), 151-165.  

Endres, M. L., Camp, R., & Milner, M. (2015).  Is ambiguity tolerance malleable? Experimental evidence with potential implications for future research.  Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 619.

Professional Affiliations

  • Academy of Management
  • USASBE (United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship)