Lori A. Coakley
Dr. Coakley is a Professor of Management at Bryant University. She received her BA from UCSC, her MBA from the UMASS Lowell her Ph.D in Organizational Studies from the UMASS Amherst. Her research focuses on women and leadership, innovative pedagogy in business. Dr. Coakley is an Research Fellow for the Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership, a certified Facilitator in Design Thinking, and an active consultant focused on strategic leadership, effective communication, and organizational behavior.
Ph D, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
MBA, University of Lowell
BA, Santa Cruz
Coakley, L., How to Influence Change at the Middle Manager Level, Journal of the American Management Association, 2017.
Coakley, L.,Roberto, M., Design Thinking in the Digital Age, Journal of the American Management Association.
Coakley, L.,Roberto, M.,Segovis, J., Meeting the challenge of developing innovative problem-solving students using design thinking and organizational behavior concepts, Business Education Innovation Journal, Elm Street Press.
Roberto, M.,Segovis, J.,Coakley, L., Meeting the Challenge of Developing Innovative Problem-Solving Students Using Design Thinking and OB Concpets, Business Education Innovation Journal.
Segovis, J.,Coakley, L., Five Easy Pieces, Ivey Publishig.
Segovis, J.,Coakley, L., Leading Adversity: Challenges of Institutional Vision, Survival and Failure, Case Research Journal .
Vakil, R.,Coakley, L., Put Some Sole in Your Student's Cross-Cultural Negotiation: An Exercise, Journal of International Business education.
Coakley, L.,Sousa, K., The Effect of Contemporary Learning Approaches on Student Perceptions in an Introductory Business Course, Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2013.
Teaching interests include Women and Leadership, Management Theory and Practice, Leading Effective Organizations. Organizational Behavior, International Management and Global Cases.
Organizational Studies, Culture and Strategy, Work/Family Conflict, Leadership and Women, Comparative Russian/American Issues, Business Education and Pedagogy, International Relations/ Human Resource Management, International Relations
Academy of Management
Decision Science Institute
Organizational Behavior Teaching Society
LEADING WOMEN of MASSACHUSETTS