Jane V. Wheeler, Ph.D.

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JANE WHEELER, PH.D.

Position: Associate Professor
Phone: (419) 372-6064
Email: jvwheel@bgsu.edu
Address: 3008B Business Administration

1)     What professional achievement are you most proud of? (teaching and/or research)

I am most proud of my students.  Nothing makes me prouder than watching them graduate.

 

2)     What is one book all business students should read and why?

This one is easy.  I recommend that all my students read the book I am going to write!

 

3)     Why did you become a professor/instructor?

I have always loved to teach.  It just took me a few years to realize it.

 

4)     On a personal note, what is the most interesting place you have visited and what made it so interesting?
The classroom is the most interesting place I have visited.  Although I have been to every US state, South America, and Europe, the classroom is the best place to visit!!  Nothing beats watching the students engage with themselves, others, and the material.

Education:

Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, Organizational Behavior

M.B.A., Boston University, Organizational Behavior & Management Policy

Certificate of Special Studies in Administration and Management, Harvard University

B.A., Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, American Studies,

Cum Laude, Student Leadership Award

 

EXPERIENCE:

Bowling Green State University, Department of Management
. Associate Professor, 2005-present
. Director, Master of Organizational Development Program, 2014-2015; 2004-2006
. Director, Institute for Organizational Effectiveness, 2002-2006
. Assistant Professor, 1999-2005


NYNEX Corporation (New England Telephone), Boston.  1984-1992.


AT&T (New England Telephone), Boston.  1978-1984.

  • Zhang, M., Gao, Q., Wheeler, J. V., & Kwon, J.  (2016). Institutional Effect on Born Global Firms in China: The Role of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War Strategies, Journal of Asian Business Strategy, 10(1), 1-19.
  • Wheeler, J. V. & Lanza, J. J.  (2014).  404. Relationship Not Found: Digital vs. Analog - Moving Towards a Synthesis, Organization Development Journal. 32(4), 77-89.
  • Hartley, J. L., Brodke, M., Wheeler, J. V., Wu, Z., & Steward, M. D.  (2014). Exploring supply management status, internal collaboration and operating performance, Operations Management Research, 7, 24–35.
  • Wheeler, J. V.  (2013). An holistic, organic process of personal growth and leadership, Organization Development Practitioner, 45(4), 38-42.
  • Cady, S. H., Wheeler, J. V., Dewolf, J., & Brodke, M.  (2011). Mission, vision, and values: What do they say?  Organization Development Journal, 29 (1), 63-78.
  • Schumacher, L, Wheeler, J. V., & Carr, A. S.  (2009). The relationship between emotional intelligence and buyer's performance, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, 24(3/4), 269-277.
  • Wheeler, J. V.  (2008). Impact of social environments on emotional, social, and cognitive competency development, Journal of Management Development, 27(1), 129-145.
  • Muthusamy, S. K., Wheeler, J. V., & Simmons, B. L.  (2005).  Self-managing work teams: Enhancing organizational innovativeness, Organization Development Journal, 23(3), 53-66.
  • Casile, M, & Wheeler, J.V.  (2005). The Magnetic Sentences Industry: A competitive in-class experience of business-level strategy, Journal of Management Education, 29(5), 696-713.
  • Druskat, V. U. & Wheeler, J. V.  (2004). How to manage a self-managed team, MIT Sloan Management Review, 45(4), 65-71.
  • Druskat, V. U. & Wheeler, J. V.  (2004). How to manage a self-managed team, IEEE Engineering Management Review, 32(4), 21-28.
  • Druskat, V. U. & Wheeler, J. V.  (2003). Managing from the boundary: The effective leadership of self-managing work teams, Academy of Management Journal, 46(4), 435-457.
  • Wheeler, J. V. & Hall, R.  (2003). Understanding emotional intelligence: A conversation with Richard Boyatzis.  Organization Development Journal, 21(4), 65-72.
  • Wheeler, J. V.  (2002).  Words from the wise: A proverbial look at emerging themes for the 21st century OD practitioner, Organization Development Journal, 20(4), 70-77.
  • Wheeler, J. V. & McLeod, P. L.  (2002). Expanding our teaching effectiveness: Understanding our responses to “In-the-Moment” classroom events, Journal of Management Education, 26(6), 693-716.
  • Boyatzis, R. E., Murphy, A., & Wheeler, J. V.  (2000). Philosophies as the missing link between values and behavior, Psychological Reports, 86, 47-64.
  • Boyatzis, R. E., Leonard, D., Rhee, K., & Wheeler, J. V.  (1996). Competencies can be developed, but not in the way we thought, Capability, 2(2), 25-41.
  • Bilimoria, D. & Wheeler, J. V.  (1995). Learning-centered education: A guide to resources and implementation,” Journal of Management Education, 19(3), 409-428.