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Stanley Williamson
Professor
School of Management
HMPH 156
318-342-1195
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Stanley G Williamson, PhD
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. For over 25 years, he has used team-based learning to help his students better understand management concepts and processes. He has authored approximately 60 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

Recent Publications

Cole, H. S., Ardoin, E., Williamson, S. (2014). Does Gender Matter in Small Business? (pp. 1). Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Clow, K., Cole, H. S., Williamson, S. G. (2012). Shopping Attitudes: Are Students Different? (pp. 63-76). Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Williamson, S. G., Clow, K., Stevens, R. E. (2011). To the Point: How Management Faculty Use Powerpoint Slides and Quizzes (pp. 144-154). Weatheford, Oklahoma: Administrative Issues Journal.
Williamson, S. G., Stevens, R. E., Silver, L. S., Clow, K. (2011). Sticker Shock: Management Professors' Perspectives on the Rising Costs of College Textbooks (pp. 130-139). Weatherford, OK: Administrative Issues Journal.
Williamson, S. G., Clow, K., Walker, B. C., Ellis, S. (2011). Ethical Issues in the Age of the Internet: A Study of Students' Perceptions Using the MES Scale (pp. 128-143). Journal of Internet Commerce.
Strickler, C. S., Garza, F., Williamson, S. G. (2010). A Sisyphean Quest: Developing Citizenship in College Students (pp. 60-79). Ft. Worth, Texas: Insights to a Changing World.
Williamson, S. G., Berry, R., Clow, K., Clinton, R. J. (2008). Using a High-Profile Speaker to Teach Business Ethics: A Case of Preaching to the Choir (pp. 29-47). Philadelphia, PA: Journal of Academy of Business Education.
Stevens, R. E., Williamson, S. G., Tiger, A. (2007). Conflict Resolution Strategies in an Academic Setting (pp. 10-25). Dallas, Tx.: Journal of Conflict Resolution and Negotiation.
Williamson, S. G., Stevens, R. E., Walker, B. C., Cole, H. S. (2006). Gender Differences in Ethical Shift: Straight Arrows and Crooked Arrows (pp. 45-68). Dallas, Texas: Ethics and Critical Thinking Journal.
Clinton, R. J., Williamson, S. G., Berry, R., Clow, K. (2006). Teaching Business Ethics: Using a High-Profile Speaker (pp. 84-95). Dallas, Texas: Ethics and Critical Thinking Journal.
Williamson, S. G., Parker, T. A., Bowman, C. (2006). Developing Educational Programs Specifically Designed for Family-Owned Businesses (pp. 1-5). Dallas, Texas: Business Journal for Entrepreneurs.
Williamson, S. G., Stevens, R. E., Walker, B. C., Cole, H. S. (2006). Men and Women and Shifting Ethics: A Pilot Study of Gender Differences in Ethical Shift (pp. 168-182). Southwest Academy of Management.
Williamson, S. G., Stevens, R. E., Walker, B. C. (2004). Shifting Ethics: A Pilot Study of Ethical Choice in Experienced Work Teams (pp. 56-72). Ethics and Critical Thinking Journal.
Parker, T. A., Williamson, S. G. (2002). Making the Tough Decisions in Family-Owned Businesses: A Model (pp. 1-14). Business Journal for Entrepreneurs.
Williamson, S. G. (2002). An Exploratory Study of Small Business Executives' Ethics (pp. 90-101). Business Journal for Entrepreneurs.
Williamson, S. G. (2002). Examining the Ethics of Entrepreneurs: An Exploratory Study. Las Vegas, NV: Proceedings of International Business and Economics Research Conference.
Williamson, S. G., Stevens, R. E., Loudon, D. L. (2002). Lone Pine Kennel Club (pp. 281-282). Marketing Research Essentials: Text and Cases.
Clinton, R. J., Williamson, S. G. (2002). Factors that Influence the International Student's Choice of Schools: A Demonstration Study (pp. 1-7). Proceedings of The Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Conference.
Clinton, R. J., Williamson, S. G. (2002). A Comparison of International and American Students' Use of the Internet: A Pilot Study at One University (pp. 63-70). Las Vegas, NV: Proceedings of American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences.
Clinton, R. J., Williamson, S. G. (2002). Identifying Attitudes and Perceptions of International Students: Methodology, Analysis, and Marketing Implications (pp. 178-185). Las Vegas, NV: Proceedings of American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences.
Stevens, R. E., Loudon, D. L., Williamson, S. G. (2001). Basic Issues in Locating and Developing Effective Church Facilities (pp. 55-65). Journal of Ministry Marketing and Management.
Parker, M. E., Williamson, S. G. (1993). Shifting Intraorganizational Power: A Lifecycle Approach (pp. 20-26). Delta Business Review.
Parker, M. E., Caldwell, J., Williamson, S. G. (1992). Louisiana Teachers' Choice of Public or Private Pension Plans; Who Chose What (pp. 9-14). Delta Business Review.
Cole, H. S., Ardoin, E., Williamson, S. (2014). Business Ethics and Customer Orientation in Small Business Operations: An Exploratory Study. International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines.
Clow, K., Cole, H. S., Williamson, S. (2015). Buyer Attributes for Targeting the College Student in Boutique Clothing Retailing (pp. 21-30). Journal of Marketing Management.
Williamson, S., Stevens, R. E., Loudon, D., Migliore, R. H. (1997). Fundamentals of Strategic Planning for Healthcare Organizations. New York: The Haworth Press.
Migliore, R. H., Stevens, R. E., Loudon, D. L., Williamson, S. (1995). Strategic Planning for Not-For-Profit Organizations. New York: The Haworth Press.
Stevens, R. E., Loudon, D. L., McConkey, C. W., Williamson, S. (1999). Tapping the Leisure Market for College and University Sports Programs: A Strategic Planning Survey (pp. 59-70). Journal of Hospitality and Leisure Marketing.
Williamson, S., Stevens, R. E., Loudon, D. L. (1998). Getting It Done: Achieving Law Firm Objectives Through the Development of Effective Marketing Strategies (pp. 105-118). Journal of Professional Services Marketing.
Williamson, S., Stevens, R. E., Harris, O. J., Loudon, D. L. (1998). A Comparison of Ethical Evaluations of U.S. and Hong Kong Business School Students (pp. 34-47). Ethics and Critical Thinking Journal.
Stevens, R. E., Harris, O. J., Williamson, S. (1997). A Comparison of Ethical Evaluations of Frequent and Infrequent Church Attenders: A Pilot Study (pp. 71-85). Journal of Ministry Marketing and Management.
Clinton, R. J., Stevens, R. E., Williamson, S. (1996). Implementing a TQM Strategy Through Surveying Employee Attitudes and Perceptions: Part 2 (pp. 45-63). Journal of Customer Service in Marketing and Management.
Clinton, R. J., Stevens, R. E., Williamson, S. (1995). Implementing a TQM Strategy Through Surveying Employee Attitudes and Perceptions: Part 1 (pp. 11-20). Journal of Customer Service in Marketing and Management.
Clinton, R. J., Stevens, R. E., w, S. (1996). Constituent Surveys as an Input in the Strategic Planning Process for Churches and Ministries: Part 2 (pp. 47-59). Journal of Ministry Marketing and Management.
Clinton, R. J., Stevens, R. E., Williamson, S. (1995). Constituent Surveys as an Input in the Strategic Planning Process for Churches and Ministries: Part 1 (pp. 43-55). Journal of Ministry Marketing and Management.
Migliore, R. H., Baer, T. L., Horvath, J. S., Martin, R. T., Williamson, S. (1995). Church and Ministry Culture: Measurement and Management (pp. 105-119). Journal of Ministry Marketing and Management.
Stevens, R. E., Loudon, D. L., Williamson, S. (1995). A Study of Consumers' Attitudes Toward Veterinarian Advertising (pp. 85-94). Health Marketing Quarterly.
Williamson, S., Jauch, L. (1995). Research on Hospital Administrators' Ethics: An Agenda (pp. 134-144). Medical Care Research and Review..
Clinton, R. J., Bethke, A. L., Williamson, S. (1994). Implementing Total Quality Management: HRM's Role (pp. 10-16). SAM Advanced Management Journal.
Stevens, R. E., Harris, O. J., Williamson, S. (1994). Evaluations of Ethical Situations by University Faculty: A Comparative Study (pp. 145-148). Journal of Education for Business.
Stevens, R. E., Harris, O. J., Williamson, S. (1993). A Comparison of Ethical Evaluations of Business School Faculty and Students: A Pilot Study (pp. 611-619). Journal of Business Ethics.
Williamson, S. (1991). Evaluating Ethics Training: Measuring the Unmeasurable (pp. 4-6). Training Today.
Stevens, R. E., Harris, O. J., Williamson, S. (1995). Ethical Sensitivity: A Comparison of Business School Faculty and Students (pp. 18-21). Res Scholaris.
Stevens, R. E., Harris, O. J., Loudon, D. L., Williamson, S. (1994). Research Briefs: A Comparison of Ethical Behavior of Students in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Hong Kong (pp. 16). Res Scholaris.
Stevens, R. E., Loudon, D. L., McConkey, C. W., Williamson, S. (1999). The Use of Strategic Planning in College and University Sports Programs: A Survey (pp. 218). Proceedings of the Association of Marketing Theory & Practice.
Clinton, R. J., Williamson, S. (1992). Surveying Employee Attitudes and Perceptions: A Prerequisite to TQM (pp. 654-658). Proceedings of the Institute of Management Sciences Southeastern Chapter.
Williamson, S., Motwani, J. (1990). The Ethics of Industry and Hospital Executives: The Need for Comparative Research (pp. 109-111). Proceedings, Southern Management Association.
Motwani, J., Zbib, I., Williamson, S. (1990). Writing Performance and Ethical Reasoning: An Examination of Moral Reasoning Development and Written Business Communications (pp. 54-60). Proceedings, Association for Business Communication, Southwest Region.
Clow, K. E., Williamson, S., Ardoin, E., Cole, H. S. (2015). Beliefs and Values as Drivers of Job-Related Stress in Small Business Owners. ASBE/EEP Proceedings.
Williamson, S., Ardoin, E., Clow, K. E., Cole, H. S. (2018). An Exploratory Study of the Relationships of Small Business Owners' Ethical Orientation and Customer Orientation (pp. 80-96). Boiling Springs, North Carolina: Journal of Ethics and Entrepreneurship.
Pham, L., Berry, R., Williamson, S. (2018). Student Perceptions of E-learning Service Quality, E-satisfaction, and E-loyalty (pp. 19-40). Philadelphia, PA: International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems.
Pham, L., Williamson, S., Walker, B., DeNardin, T., Strickler, C. (2019). Measuring e-learning service quality: An exploratory study in a newly emerging country. Houston, Texas: 2019 Southwest Decision Sciences Institute’s 50th Annual Meeting in Houston, March 13-16, 2019..
Pham, L., Williamson, S., Lane, P., Limbu, Y. (2020). Technology Readiness and Purchase Intention: Role of Perceived Value and Online Satisfaction in the Context of Luxury Hotels (pp. 91-117). International Journal of Management and Decision Making.
Bui, N., Pham, L., Williamson, S., Mohebbi, C., Le, H. (2020). Intention to Use Mobile Commerce: Evidence from the Newly Emerging Country of Vietnam (pp. 1-30). Philadelphia, PA: International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems.
Strickler, C., Williamson, S., Ardoin, E., Cole, H. (2019). Personal Selling in a Small Business (pp. 16). Houston, Texas: Proceedings of the Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Pham, L., Williamson, S., Mohebbi, C., Nguyen, B., Nguyen, H. (2019). The Mediating Role of Perceived Value in the Effect of Multi-Dimensional Risk in Mobile Banking (pp. 1-25). International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems.
Nguyen, H., Pham, L., Williamson, S., Vu, H., Pham, H., Pham, T. (2020). Impact of Perceived Risk on Mobile Banking Usage Intentions: Trust as a Mediator and a Moderator (pp. 94-118). Olney: International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets.
Nguyen, H., Pham, L., Williamson, S., Chan, C., Tran, T., Vu, N. Explaining Intention to Use Mobile Banking: Integrating Perceived Risk and Trust into the Technology Acceptance Model. Olney: International Journal of Applied Decision Sciences.
Pham, L., Williamson, S. Individual Investors’ Satisfaction and Loyalty with Online Securities Trading in Vietnam: Integrating Perceived Security, Privacy, and Trust into the Technology Acceptance Model. International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems..

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, 13 course(s)

MGMT 3001MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS & PRACTICE, 2 course(s)

MGMT 3005ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 32 course(s)

MGMT 4009STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 27 course(s)