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Manuel London
Dean, College of Business, SUNY at Stony Brook
TMP586 Human Resources Management for High Technology Environments
TMP548 Corporate Governance and Ethics
The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
MA, June 1972; Ph.D. June, 1974
Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio
BA, June 1971, Magna Cum Laude
Philosophy and Psychology
State University of New York At Stony Brook
2011-Present: Dean, College of Business - 2010-2011: Interim Dean, College of Business
2006-2010: Associate Dean, College of Business
2004-Present: Faculty Director, Undergraduate College of Leadership & Service
1989-Present: Director, Center for Human Resource Management Research & Practice
1997-2006: Associate Provost.
2003-2006: Faculty Co-Chair (with David Ferguson) of the Committee for the Assessment of General Education
1994-1995: Interim Vice President for University Affairs.
1992-1995: Deputy to the University President Internal Control Officer.
1990-1991: Special Assistant to the Office of the University's President.

Bifrost University, Iceland
Summers 2006 and 2007, Visiting Professor, International Human Resource Management

Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC
Research Fellow at the Center for Creative Leadership, 1996-1998.
Summer Fellow, 1974

Fulbright, Copenhagen Business School
Fulbright Fellowship to lecture and conduct research at the Institute for Industrial and Organizational Sociology, Copenhagen Business School, Summer-Fall 1996. Continued relationship with CBS, including development of an on-going student exchange program.

1988: AT&T Network Operations Education and Training Organization, Manager of Planning and Management Systems. Aspen Institute Executive Development Program.
1987: AT&T Corporate Headquarters with responsibilities for Human Resource Forecasting and Planning.
1984-1987: AT&T Communications. Held a series of positions in the Personnel Department responsible for training program development, QWL evaluation, career planning and development programs, employee attitude surveys, and personnel policies and practices in the areas of tuition assistance and organization development and design.
1977-1984: Staff psychologist, AT&T. Worked for Dr. Douglas Bray in his Basic Human Resources Research Group studying management promotion decisions and managers’ early career experiences using assessment center based research methods.

University of Illinois
1974-1977: Assistant Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure approved Spring 1977. Founding faculty member of the Executive MBA Program.
Published Journals
Mauer, T., & London, M. (submitted). From individual contributor to leader: Role identity shift through intrapersonal and organizational innovation.

Nandan, M., London, M., & Blum, T. C. (2014). Community practice social entrepreneurship: An interdisciplinary approach to graduate education. International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation, 3, 51-70.

Nandan, M., London, M., & Bent-Goodley, T. (2014, in press). Social workers as social change agents: Social innovation, social intrapreneuership and social entrepreneurship. Human Service Organizations Management, Leadership & Governance, DOI: 10.1080/23303131.2014.955236

London, M., Dell’Amore, S., Rothstein, M., & Stockhammer-DeSimone, K. (2014). Relationships between founder background, issue severity, and innovation in social entrepreneurship initiatives. International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 3(1), 12-28.

London, M. (2014). Team processes for adaptive and innovative outcomes. Team Performance Management, 20(1/2), 19-38.

London, M., & Mone, E. M. (2014). Performance management: Processes that reflect and shape organizational culture and climate. In B. Schneider & K. M. Barbera (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Climate and Culture (pp. 79-100). New York: Oxford University Press.

London, M. (2012). CSR partnership initiatives: Opportunities for innovation and generative learning. Organizational Dynamics, 41(3), 220-229. DOI: 10.1016/j.orgdyn.2012.03.005.

London, M. (2012). Generative team learning in Web 2.0 environments. Journal of Management Development, 32(1), 73-95.

London, M. (2012). Lifelong learning. In S. W. J. Kozlowski (Ed.). The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Psychology Vol. 2 (pp. 1199-1227). New York: Oxford University Press.

London, M., Sobel-Lojeski, K., & Reilly, R. (2012). Leading generative groups: A model of metacognition and balanced leadership. Human Resource Development Review, 11, 31-54.

Hall, M.J., & London, M. (2012). Web 2.0 applications in corporate training. In G. M. Benscoter (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management: Thematic Essays (pp. 54-65). New York: Pfeffer/Wiley.

London, M., & Hall, M.J. (2011). Unlocking the Value of Web 2.0 Technologies for Training and Development: The Shift from Instructor-Controlled, Adaptive Learning to Learner-Driven, Generative Learning. Human Resource Management, Nov.-Dec., 50(6), 757-775.

London, M., & Hall, M.J., Web 2.0 (2011). Support for individual, group, and organizational learning. Human Resource Development International, 14, 103-113.

Hall, M.J., & London, M. (2011). The new frontier: Web 2.0 challenges and opportunities. Report from an ASTD On-Line Conference. Infoline. American Society for Training & Development.

Sessa, V. I., London, M. Gullu, B., Patel, J., & Pingor, C. (2011). Adaptive, generative, and transformative learning in project teams. Team Performance Management, 17 (3-4), 146-167.

Polzer, J., Omoregie, H., & London, M. (working paper). Building interpersonal congruence to enhance diverse team effectiveness.
Authored Books
London, M. (2015). The power of feedback: Giving, seeking, and using feedback for performance improvement. (New York: Routledge). Update of Job Feedback, 2003, 2nd edition)

London, M., & Mone, E. (2012). Leadership for today and the future. San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Learning.

London, M., & Richard G. Morfopoulos (2010). Social entrepreneurship: How to start successful corporate social responsibility and community-based initiatives for advocacy and change. (New York: Routledge)

Mone, E., & London, M. (2010). Employee engagement through effective performance management: A practical guide for managers. (New York: Routledge).

London, M., & London, M. M. (2007). First-time leaders of small groups: How to create high performing committees, task forces, clubs, and boards. San Francisco: Wiley/Jossey-Bass.

Sessa, V., & London, M. (2006). Continuous learning: Directions for individual and organization development. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

London, M. (2003, Second Edition). Job feedback: Giving, seeking, and using feedback for performance improvement. Second Edition. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. (1997, First Edition)

Mone, E. M., & London, M. (2003). Fundamentals of performance management. London, UK: Spiro Press.

London, M. (2002). Leadership development: Paths to self-insight and professional growth. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

London, M. (1999). Principled leadership and business diplomacy: Values-based strategies for management development. Westport, CT: Quorum.
London, M. (1998). Career barriers: How people experience, overcome, and avoid failure. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

London, M. (1995). Self and interpersonal insight: How people learn about themselves and others in organizations. New York: Oxford University Press.

London, M. (1995). Achieving performance excellence in university administration: A team-oriented approach to organization change and employee development. New York: Praeger.

London, M., & Wueste, R. A. (1992). Human resource development in changing organizations. Westport, Ct.: Greenwood/Quorum Press.

London, M. (1989) Managing the training enterprise. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass.

London, M. (1988) Change agents: New roles and innovation strategies for human resource professionals. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass. Recipient of the 1989 Annual Book Award from the American Society for Personnel Administration (now the Society for Human Resources Management).

London, M., & Mone, E. M. (1987) Career management and survival in the workplace: Helping employees make tough career decisions, stay motivated, and reduce career stress. San Francisco: Jossey - Bass.

London, M. (1985) Developing managers: Preparing and motivating people for successful managerial careers. San Francisco: Jossey - Bass.

London, M. & Stumpf, S. A. (1982) Managing careers. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley.