Stephanie Newell

Stephanie Newell

Associate Professor of Management

459 Owen

734.487.0141

snewell@emich.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. University of Massachusetts
  • MBA University of New Hampshire
  • BA Wells College

Professional Summary

Dr. Newell has taught at York University in Toronto and Bowling Green State University in addition to EMU. Her research interests focus on top management teams, strategic decision-making, and human resources strategy. Dr. Newell's work has been published in such journals as The Journal of Business Research, The Journal of Management History, and The Canadian Women's Studies Journal. She is a member of, and frequently presents papers at, both the Academy of Management and the Strategic Management Society. Dr. Newell teaches capstone business policy and strategy courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. She has been involved in the development of the entrepreneurship major and minor, teaching the growing venture course, the field projects for both undergraduates and graduates, and an online, new-venture creation course for graduate students.

Courses Taught

  • MGMT 388 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  • MGMT 490 Business Policy
  • MGMT 499 3 Credit Independent Study
  • MGMT 570 New Venture Creation
  • MGMT 592 Special Topics in Management
  • MGMT 603 Corporate Entrepereneurship: Innovation and Technology Commercialization
  • MGMT 610 Diagnostic and Quantitative Methods in Organizations
  • MGMT 614 Growth Strategies for Entrepreneurial Ventures
  • MGMT 615 Organization Design and Strategy
  • MGMT 636 Current Topics in Entrepreneurship
  • MGMT 660 Field Studies in Entrepreneurship
  • MGMT 696 Strategic Management
  • MGMT 697 1 Credit Independent Study
  • MGMT 699 3 Credit Independent Study

Selected Publications

Newell, S. Goodman, R. S. (2006, October). Self Theory as a Frame of Reference in Strategic Decision-Making: A Proposed Mode. Accepted for Strategic Management Society Conference, Vienna, Austria.

Newell, S.E. Goodman, R. S. (2006, July). Organizational Identity as a Strategic Response to a Changing Environment: Examples from Ford and Toyota. Presented at International Conference on Organizational Discourse, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Newell, S.E. (2002, September). Managing Organizational Identity: Strategic Decision Making in a Period of Change. Presented at Strategic Management Society Conference, Paris, France.

Newell, S. E. & Stone, D. L. (2001). Punishing excellence/ Rewarding mediocrity: The impact of the dominant culture on the creation and dissemination of knowledge. Organizations.

Professional Affiliations

  • Academy of Management
  • American Association of University Women
  • Southern Management Association
  • Strategic Management Society