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Richard Ringer

Professor
Management and Quantitative Methods
Office
State Farm Hall of Business - SFH 331
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Biography

Richard Ringer is a Professor of Management in the Department of Management and Director of the Organizational Leadership Institute. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Colorado.

Current Courses

412.001Contemporary Business Perspectives & Leadership Skills

386.001Leadership & Organizational Culture

412.002Contemporary Business Perspectives & Leadership Skills

412.091Contemporary Business Perspectives & Leadership Skills

386.001Leadership & Organizational Culture

Teaching Interests & Areas

Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Critical Thinking

Research Interests & Areas

Leadership and Management History

PhD Organization Management

University of Colorado
Boulder, CO

MBA Marketing

University of Colorado
Boulder, CO

BA International Relations

Brigham Young University
Provo, UT

Outstanding MBA Professor

MBA Association
2018

Outstanding MBA Professor

MBA Association
2014

Outstanding MBA Professor

MBA Association
2010

Outstanding MBA Professor

MBA Association
2006

Alexander Technology Innovation

College of Business
1998

College of Business Outstanding Teacher

College of Business
1998

Outstanding MBA Professor

MBA Association
1998

Outstanding MBA Professor

MBA Association
1997

Book, Chapter

Ringer, R. The Nature of Organizations. Kenneth Newgren (EDs), Enterprise. Pacific Crest (2005): 13-28.

Conference Proceeding

Strong, K., Ringer, R., & Taylor, S. The rules of stakeholder satisfaction (timeliness, honesty, empathy). International Association of Business and Society (1999)
Strong, K., & Ringer, R. An empirical test of integrative social contracts theory: Social hypernorms and individual autonomy in corporate drug testing programs. International Association of Business and Society (1997): 283-288.
Strong, K., & Ringer, R. Have employees lost stakeholder status? An exploratory analysis of corporate programs and social issues. International Association of Business and Society (1997): 326-327.
Strong, K., & Ringer, R. Society's side of social responsibility: The collapse of the social contract for Los Alamos National Laboratory. International Association of Business and Society (1994)

Journal Article

Trefzger, J., & Ringer, R. Breaking with the Past: A Critical Thinking Case Analysis. Mustang Journal of Management and Marketing 4.1 (2014): 30-58.
Trefzger, J., Ostrosky, J., & Ringer, R. Off Site, Out of Mind. Journal of Advancements in Business Education 1 (2012)
Solberg, J., & Ringer, R. Performance-Enhancing Drug Use in Baseball: The Impact of Culture. Ethics & Behavior 21.2 (2011): 91-102.
Ringer, R., & Solberg, J. Ethics in Baseball: A Look at the Use of Steroids in the Context of Corporate Culture. Journal of Law and Business 16 (2009): 57-74.
Ringer, R. Lessons in leadership: Robert Oppenheimer and the Los Alamos Laboratory. Organization Management Journal 4.1 (2007): 25-42.

Newsletter

Ringer, R. Research productivity of ODC division members: A sample of articles. ODC Newsletter (1991): 7-14.

Presentations

Solberg, J. & Ringer, R. C. (2009, October). Ethics in Baseball: The Use of Performance-Enhancing Drugs and the Culture of Baseball. Midwest Academy of Management annual conference. (2009)
Ethics in Baseball: A Look at the Use of Steroids in the Context of Corporate Culture. Midwest Business Administration Association Annual Meeting. (2008)
Transformational leadership: Robert Oppenheimer and the Los Alamos Laboratory. Academy of Management, Southwest Division. (2007)
The rules of stakeholder satisfaction (timeliness, honesty, empathy). International Association of Business and Society. (1999)
Are we teaching what matters most: An investigation of industry satisfaction with business curriculum. Academy of Management. (1998)
The Development of a Team-Taught Course Covering Leadership, Business Perspectives and Ethics at the MBA Level. Academy of Legal Studies in Business. (1998)
Have employees lost stakeholder status? An exploratory analysis of corporate programs and social issues. International Association of Business and Society. (1997)
Lessons in leadership: Robert Oppenheimer and the Los Alamos Laboratory. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. (1997)
fAn empirical test of integrative social contracts theory: Social hypernorms and individual autonomy in corporate drug testing programs. International Association of Business and Society. (1997)
Technology transfer at Los Alamos National Laboratory. International Association of Business and Society. (1996)
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