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Douglas Micklich

Instructional Assistant Professor
Management and Quantitative Methods
Office
State Farm Hall of Business - SFH 239
Office Hours
Currently: at anytime before 1:00 am and 9:00 am but not during class-time
  • About
  • Education
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Biography

I have been teaching at Illinois State since 1991 and have been actively conducting research in experiential learning. My courses have a large Information Systems/Management component to them.

Current Courses

220.002Business Organization And Management

220.005Business Organization And Management

100.001Enterprise

220.002Business Organization And Management

220.007Business Organization And Management

Teaching Interests & Areas

Strategy
Management Information Systems
General Management

Research Interests & Areas

Organizational Cognition
Affective Domain
Strategic Information Systems
Strategy

MBA Business Policy

Illinois State University
Normal, IL

BS Management Information Systems

The University of Tulsa
Tulsa, OK

Other Organizational Behavior

The University of Tulsa
Tulsa, OK

Book, Chapter

Micklich, D. Strategic Implications of Causal Mapping in Strategy Analysis and Formulation. Causal Mapping for Research in Information Technology. Idea Publishers (2005)
Dumler, M., Skinner, S., & Micklich, D. Information Management in Organizations. A Primer for Management with Information Systems: Basic Concepts and Issues. Thomson/South-Western Custom Publishing (2004)

Conference Proceeding

Micklich, D. Developing and Using Quality Circles to Improve Student's Understanding ad Quality in Operations Management through Case Analysis. Proceedings of the 2014 Organizational Behavior Teacher's Conference (2014)
Micklich, D. Illustrating Patterned and Non-Patterened thining in Strategy Development. Organizational Behavior Teacher's Conference (2013)
Micklich, D. The Effect of Affective Domain Characteristics on Behavioral or Psychomotor Outcomes. Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning (2012)
Micklich, D. Examining the Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor Dimensions in Managerial Skill Development through Experiential Learning: Developing a Framework (2011)
Micklich, D. Considerations in the Desgin of Vicarious Learning Environments. Association of Business Simulation and Experiential Learning (2010)

Journal Article

Micklich, D. The Use of Behavioral Simulation in a Class Approach in a Strategic Management Course. Journal Of Private Enterprise Education Conference on Innovation in Instruction and Related Disciplines (1997)

Presentations

The 'Class Approach' in Behavioral Simulation in Business Policy/Strategic Management Courses: A Progression Toward Greater Realism. Association of Business Simulation and Experiential Learning. (1998)
The Use of Concept Mapping in Teaching Strategic Management. Association of Business Simulation and Experiential Learning. (1998)
The Use of Behavioral Simulation in a 'Class Approach' in a Strategic Managment Course. Association for Private Enterprise Education - Innovation in Instruction for Business and Related Disciplines. (1997)
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