McDonough School of Business
McDonough School of Business

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.

Faculty

The Management Area faculty includes renowned scholars who are experts in their field, as well as practitioners with real-world experience. 

Robert Bies

Professor

LESLIE CRUTCHFIELD

BFI Executive Director & New Strategies Managing Director

Michael Fitzgerald

Teaching Professor

Gerry George

Professor

Shye Gilad

Professor of the Practice
Entrepreneur in Residence

J Holladay

Heinz Christian Prechter Executive in Residence

Brooks Holtom

Professor, Sr. Associate Dean for Strategy, Finance, and Organization, and Area Coordinator for Management in the MSB

Jennifer Logg

Assistant Professor

Alyssa Lovegrove

Teaching Professor
Academic Director, Georgetown Pivot Program

Nicholas Lovegrove

Professor of the Practice

Douglas McCabe

Emeritus Faculty

Michael McDermott

Professor of the Practice and Academic Director for the Qatar Executive Master’s in Leadership (EML-Q) Program

Matt McKenna

Executive in Residence and Founder of the Rural Opportunity Initiative at the Global Social Enterprise Initiative

Marcia Miceli

Emeritus Faculty
Management Area Coordinator

Joshua Miller

Assistant Teaching Professor
Director of Education – Prisons and Justice Initiative, Managing Director – Georgetown Pivot Program

Michael O’Leary

Teaching Professor & Senior Associate Dean for Executive Custom Programs

Rachel Pacheco

Assistant Teaching Professor

Christine Porath

Associate Professor

Jeff Reid

Professor of the Practice and Director, Georgetown University Entrepreneurship Initiative
Founding Director, Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative

Renee Rinehart

Visiting Assistant Professor

Eliot Sherman

Assistant Professor

Catherine Tinsley

Raffini Term Professor and Academic Director for the Executive Master’s in Leadership (EML) Program

Ella Washington

Professor of the Practice

Evelyn Williams

Teaching Professor

Jeremy Yip

Assistant Professor

News from Management

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In the News item

2021 Best Undergraduate Professors: Jennifer Logg, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University

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.

March 26, 2022

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In the News item

2021 Best Undergraduate Professors: Robert ‘Bob’ Bies, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University

“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.”

March 26, 2022

News Story

Facebook’s rebrand could lose them a ton of employees—here’s why

“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.

October 28, 2021