Brad Mayer

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Dr. Brad Mayer
Professor

Phone: (409) 880-2383
Email: mayerbw@lamar.edu
Office: Galloway Business Building Room 262

Ph.D.   University of North Texas
M.B.A.   Minnesota State University
B.B.A.   University of North Dakota
B.S.E.   University of North Dakota

Courses Taught

MBA:

Business Case Writing 
Global Enrichment 
Performance Leadership 
Special Topics in Management  
Strategic Management 
Team Leadership

Bachelors:

Special Problems in Business 
Strategic Analysis in a Digital Global Economy 

Professional Experience

Academic Experience 

Professor, Lamar University (August, 2012 - Present), Beaumont, Texas.

Associate Dean and Director of MBA Program, Lamar University (2004 - Present), Beaumont, Texas.

Management Professor, Lamar University (August, 1994 - January, 2014), Beaumont, Texas.  Corporate Training in Franklin Covey used to enhance MBA, undergraduate degree, and executive education

AACSB Director, Lamar University (August, 2012 - July, 2013), Beaumont, Texas.

Associate Professor, Lamar University (1994 - 2010), Beaumont, Texas. Principles of MGMT, Human Resource MGMT, Organizational Behavior, Strategic MGMT, Contemporary Issues in Human Resource MGMT.

Department Chair (MGMT & MKTG), Lamar University (2003 - 2004), Beaumont, Texas.

Paid Service 

2013:  Schlage Lock,  Seven Habits of Highly Effective People 

2013:  Lamar University Staff and Administrators,  Performance Management Training

2013:  Lamar University MIS Staff,  Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

2013:  Lamar University Finance Staff,  Presented Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. 

Service

Professional Service 

Member: Committee/Task Force
2011 – 2012:  American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Beaumont, Texas (Local).  Local Leadership Chapter of ACHE
Other Professional Service Activities
2011 – 2012:  Cardinal Club, Beaumont, Texas (Local).  Member of Cardinal Club Lamar Athletics
Presentation
2014:  American Valve and Hydrant, Beaumont, Texas (Local).   Training at American Valve and Hydrant (June 2014)
2013:  Schlage Lock, Beaumont, Texas (State).   Presented 7 Habits of Highly Effective People to  Schlage Lock


Institutional Service 

Department Assignments

Member:
2013:  Management Hiring Committee:  Selection Committee for new faculty position in management  

Mentoring Activities:
2014-2015:  Mentoring Activities for MBA program and MGMT 5380  
2013:  Graduate Student Independent Study:  Independent study on Franklin Covey Leadership Modules  
2013:  Student Advising for Management Majors:  Advise students for Management major  

College Assignments

Chair:
2014-2015:  Personnel Committee Lamar University  
2011-2012 – 2012-2013:  Assessment Committee Lamar University  
2011-2012:  Graduate Program Committee Lamar University  

Faculty Advisor:
2015-2016:  Faculty advisor for Management students:  Faculty advising for Management students  
2015-2016:  MBA Exit Exams:  MBA exit exam committee  
2014-2015:  Faculty advisor for Management Students in the College of Business  
2011-2012 – 2014-2015:  Sigma Phi Epsilon  

Member:
2015-2016:  Personnel Committee  
2015-2016:  Facilities, Technology, & Space Development Committee  
2015-2016:  General Business Program Committee  
2011-2012:  Executive Committee Lamar University  

Mentoring Activities:
2015-2016:  Participate in Career Center Passport Program: Beyond the Backpack:  Enterprise Car Rental does seminar for all MGMT 4370 students  
2014-2015:  MBA Social  

Other Institutional Service Activities:
2015-2016:  Participant in graduation ceremony:  Participated in graduation ceremonies  
2011-2012 – 2013-2014:  Coordinator for Sedona: Coordinator for Sedona in the College of Business  

Chair:
2015-2016:  Co Chair of College of Business Strategic Planning Sessions: Programs Committee:  Co-Chaired strategic planning sessions for Programs Committee  

Member:
2014-2015:  MBA Exit Exam Committee  
2012:  Executive Committee: Member of Executive Committee

University Assignments

Member:
2015-2016:  Sports Management Committee member:  Worked on proposal for sports management degree program in the College of Education  
2015-2016:  Athletic Council:  Serve on Athletic Council  
2011-2012 – 2014-2015:  Athletic Council  
2013:  Classroom Technology Committee:  Served on University Classroom Technology Committee  
2011-2012:  Athletic Council  

University Assignments

Mentoring Activities:
2012-2013:  Arizona State University: Speaker for Preparing Future Faculty via teleconference for students at Arizona State University  
2012-2013:  Major Decision Symposium - Athletic Department and Career Center: Speaker at Major Decision Symposium


Community Service 

Other Community Service Activities
2015:  Host and Speaker for David Molina Golf Tournament (In memory of his son, David) Lamar Scholarship presented to Hampshire-Fannett student
2013:  Coach of Youth Groups (Soccor, Baseball),  Coached Youth Soccor and Baseball
2011 – 2012:  Cardinal Club,

Speech / Presentation at a Community Meeting
2013:  Business Development Week: Presentation on Meeting Effectiveness,  Presentation on Personal Productivity 

Intellectual Contributions

Refereed Articles 
  • Moss, J. & Mayer, B. (2015).  The Relationship of Alternative Energy Stocks with Oil Company and Natural Gas Company Stocks.   Oil Gas and Energy Quarterly, 64 (1), 31-39.
  • Mayer, B., Dale, K., & Fox, M. L. (2014).  Designing the business strategy game to promote strategic thinking and student engagement: An application of the four disciplines of execution.   Business Education Innovation Journal, 6 (2).
  • Fox, M. L., Dale, K., & Mayer, B. (2013).  Conflict Management Style, Transformational Leadership and Follower's Attitudes: A Test of Direct Effects and the Mediating Role of Transformational Leadership.   Leadership & Organizational Management Journal, 2013 (4).
  • Cavaliere, F. & Mayer, B. (2012).  Flooding the Zone: A Ten-Point Approach to Assessing Critical Thinking as Part of the AACSB Accreditation Process.   Education, 133 (2), 361-366.
  • Mayer, B. W., Dale, K. M., Fraccastoro, K. A., & Moss, G. (2011).  Improving Transfer of Learning: Relationship to Methods of Using Business Simulation.   Simulation & Gaming: An International Journal of Theory, Practice & Research, 42 (1), 64-84.
  • Mayer, B. W., Dale, K., & Fox, M. L. (2011).  Processes for Developing Simulation Self-Esteem.   Business Education Innovation Journal, 3 (1), 65-76.

Refereed Proceedings 

  • Brent, K. & Mayer, B. (2016).  Does emotional intelligence have an impact on an individual's level of organizational citizenship behavior: A proposed study.   2016 International Academic Business Conference: Clute Institute.
  • Brent, K. & Mayer, B. (2015).  The Relationship between Coachability and Organizational Commitment.   2015 International Business and Education Conferences: Clute Institute.
  • Mayer, B., Dale, K., & Fox, M. (2015).  The relationship between focus and execution of goals and performance elements of the Business Strategy Game.   Academic and Business Research Institute.
  • Mayer, B. & Dale, K. (2014).  Designing the business strategy game to promote strategic thinking and student engagement: An application of the four disciplines of execution.   Clute Institute Academic International Conferences, 2014 Orlando, FL.
  • Dale, K., Fox, M. L., & Mayer, B. (2013).  The relationship between conflict management style and perceptions of leader effectiveness, satisfaction with the leader, and extra effort.   Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting.
  • Moss, J. & Mayer, B. (2012).  Is Natural Gas an Alternative Energy Source? An Investor's Perspective.   Academic and Business Research Institute.
  • Mayer, B. & Dyson, J. (2012).  Analysis Of Perceived Leadership Styles And Levels Of Integrating Conflict Resolution Style Of Leadership MBA Students.   The Clute Institute International Academic Conferences, Orlando, FL: .
  • Moss, J. & Mayer, B. (2011).  Variables Explaining The Price Of Alternative Energy Company Stocks.   Clute Institute Conferences, 2011 Las Vegas Nevada.

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

  • Brent, K. & Mayer, B. (2016). Does emotional intelligence have an impact on an individual's level of organizational citizenship behavior: A proposed study.   2016 International Academic Business Conference: Clute Institute, Orlando, Florida.
  • Brent, K. & Mayer, B. (2015). The Relationship between Coachability and Organizational Commitment.   2015 International Business and Education Conferences: Clute Institute, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Mayer, B. (2015, January). The relationship between focus and execution of goals and performance elements of the Business Strategy Game.   Academic and Business Research Institute International Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Mayer, B. & Dale, K. (2014). Designing the Business Strategy Game to Promote Strategic Thinking and Student Engagement: An Application of the Four Disciplines of Execution.   International Academic Conference (Clute Institute), Orlando, Florida.
  • Mayer, B. & Dyson, J. (2012). Analysis Of Perceived Leadership Styles And Levels Of Integrating Conflict Resolution Style Of Leadership MBA Students.   The Clute Institute Conferences, Orlando, Florida.
  • Moss, J. & Mayer, B. (2012, October). Is Natural Gas an Alternative Energy Source? An Investor's Perspective.   Academic and Business Research Institute, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Moss, J. & Mayer, B. (2011, October). Variables Explaining The Price Of Alternative Energy Company Stocks.   Clute Institute Conferences, 2011 Las Vegas Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Papers Under Review 

  • Moss, J. & Mayer, B. (2014). "The Relationship of Alternative Energy Stocks with Oil Company and Natural Gas Company Stocks," Initial submission to Oil Gas and Energy Quarterly.
  • Fox, M. L., Dale, K., & Mayer, B. (2013). "Conflict Management Style, Transformational Leadership and Follower's Attitude: A Test of Direct Effects and the Mediating Role of Transformational Leadership," Initial submission to Journal Of Leadership Studies.

Working Papers 

  • Mayer, B. (2014). "Designing the Business Strategy Game to Promote Strategic Thinking and Student Engagement: An Application of the Four Disciplines of Execution.."