Peter Cardon

Academic Director for the MBA for Professionals & Managers, and Professor of Clinical Business Communication at USC Marshall School of Business

Schools

  • USC Marshall School of Business

Links

Biography

USC Marshall School of Business

PhD, Utah State University; MBA, Utah State University; BA, Brigham Young University

Pete Cardon teaches a variety of business communication courses. He researches team communication, role of technology in leadership communication, and intercultural business communication. Professor Cardon previously served as President for the Association of Business Communication. Prior to joining USC, Pete taught at the University of South Carolina for six years and Utah State University for three years. Before working in higher education, he held several marketing and management positions in the tourism and manufacturing industries. Along the way, he has worked in China for three years and traveled to approximately fifty countries for work and research. He is the author of Business Communication: Developing Leaders for a Networked World.

Videos

Read about executive education

Other experts

Moshe Rubinstein

Moshe F. Rubinstein, PHD is an internationally renowned authority on problem solving and creativity in organizations. He is a professor emeritus at the UCLA School of Engineering and Applied Science and advises many major corporations on innovation. He has won numerous teaching awards and has wri...

Colin Elman

Director, Center for Qualitative and Multi-Method Inquiry Director, Qualitative Data Repository Degree Ph.D., Columbia University, 1999 Specialties International relations, national security, qualitative methods Biography   Colin Elman is Professor of Political Science. Elma...

Jason Triplett

Education B.S. in Public Affairs, Indiana University, 2013 Certified Nonprofit Professional, Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, 2014 Courses V267 American Humanics Management Institute, Fall 2016 – Present

Looking for an expert?

Contact us and we'll find the best option for you.

Something went wrong. We're trying to fix this error.