With a specialization in principled leadership, the Management Area develops today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders: globally oriented, ethically minded individuals who will use their diverse gifts to address complex global challenges.
Leadership is the Management Area’s strategic theme. This construct binds us all together and informs our research and teaching efforts. Our strategic theme provides foundational support for a core identity of the McDonough School of Business: principled leadership.
The Management Area faculty include renowned scholars who are experts in their field, as well as practitioners with real-world experience.
The management faculty conduct research on leadership, entrepreneurship, organizational behavior, innovation, and change management.
The topics they study include Leadership and Social Purpose, Collaboration and the Future of Work, Diversity and Inclusion, and Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Jennifer Logg, 36, is Assistant Professor of Management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. She has been with the school since 2019. She currently teaches Management and Organizational Behavior and The Psychology of Big Data, a class she created and will teach as part of Georgetown’s new Master’s of Science in Business Analytics.
“Professor Bies is one of the best management professors at Georgetown, and he’s hands down the most inspiring professor I have ever studied with,” writes Febin Bellamy (Georgetown ’17). “He is kind, thoughtful, and passionate about education, and he goes out of his way to support his students.”
“I doubt this will redeem or protect the employer brand much,” says Georgetown University business professor Brooks Holtom, who specializes in how organizations acquire, develop, and retain human and social capital.
“It’s a little bit of a WWE effect,” said Conway, now a professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. “You got to have some drama and characters, and I think that lends to some of the opportunities they are going to have with tune-ins.”