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Stanley Williamson
Professor
School of Management
HMPH 156
318-342-1195
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Stanley G Williamson, Ph D
Professor, Management

Education

Ph D

1990, Personnel Management and Organizational Behavior
University of North Texas

MS

1975, Health Care Administration
Trinity University (Texas)

BS

1972, Business Administration
Louisiana Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Stan Williamson, PhD

 

Stan Williamson is the Boulware Professor of Management at the University of Louisiana, Monroe, where he has also held the ULM Scott Endowed Professor for Teaching Excellence. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in management and organizational behavior from the University of North Texas. He has authored approximately 50 published works including two books on strategic planning in organizations. Prior to teaching in higher education, he served for over a decade as a senior executive in a large regional healthcare system and as a hospital CEO.

Research Interests

Business ethics, entrepreneurship, customer orientation

Professional Positions

2003

Professor of Management, University of Louisiana at Monroe

2003 1996

Associate Professor of Management, University of Louisiana at Monroe

1996 1990

Assistant Professor of Management, ULM

1989

Teaching assistant, University of North Texas

1988 1987

Administrator, North Claiborne Hospital, Haynesville, LA

1987 1978

Vice-President, Willis-Knighton Medical Center-Shreveport

1978 1976

Adjunct Professor of Management, Northwestern State University

1978 1975

Director, Staff Services, Willis-Knighton Medical Center

1971 1965

Sales representative, Williamson Motors

Awards & Honors

July 2012-2018 Boulware Professor of Management.

July 2008-2011 Boulware Professor of Management.

2006 Nominee, Outstanding Professor.

2004 Finalist for Outstanding Professor.

1999-2002 Scott Endowed Professor for Teaching Excellence.

Courses Taught

BMBA 5022ORGANIZATIONAL THEO & BEHAVIOR, 13 course(s)

BMBA 5039STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 9 course(s)

MGMT 3001Concepts and Practice, 1 course(s)

MGMT 3005ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 29 course(s)

MGMT 4009STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 16 course(s)