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Biography

Smeal College of Business
Director

Clinical Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Michael J. Farrell Endowed Professor for Entrepreneurship, Program Chair, Committee for Centers and Institutes, MBA CIENT Options Planning Team, Director of Farrell Center for Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Program Coordinator, Faculty Liaison - Smeal Board of Visitors Innovation Subcommittee

Expertise

Business Architecture Modeling Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship Global Prescience Strategic Alignment TMT Sensemaking

Education

Ph D, Business Administration (Management and Organization), The Pennsylvania State University, 1999

Master of Organizational Behavior, Marriott Graduate School of Management, 1989

BS, Biological Sciences (English), Brigham Young University, 1986

Selected Publications

Clark S. M., "Business Process Portfolio Management: A Strategic Alignment Perspective." 2012. Clark S. M., Gioia D. A., Ketchen D., Thomas J. B., "Transitional Identity as a Facilitator of Organizational Identity Change during a Merger." vol. 55, 2010, pp. 397-438.

Research Impact and Media Mentions

"Made-to-order education: Saxbys Coffee cafe looks to offer real-world business experience", Collegian, Newspaper "Online Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship program tackles industry needs", Penn State News, Web "Saxbys, Smeal Partner for Unique Learning Opportunity", Pennsylvania Ag Connection, Web "Saxbys, Penn State Smeal partner for unique experiential learning opportunity", Penn State News, Web "Penn State Launches Online Course in Innovation and Entrepreneurship", The Business Journal, Journal or Magazine "A strange(r) way to start a business?", telegraphherald.com, Web "Penn State Smeal Exposes Scientists to Business, Entrepreneurship Expertise", The Student Entrepreneurs, Web "4 Essential Tips for Grads Starting a Business Despite Student Debt", NerdWallet.com, Web "4 Tips for New Grads Starting a Business Despite Student Debt", Huffington Post, Web "The Best Place to Start a Business Might Not Be Where You Think", nbcnews.com, Web "Hello stranger! Let's start a business together", Manitowoc Herald, Web "Hello stranger! Let's start a business together", PressReader - Houston Chronicle Sunday, Web "Hello stranger! Let's start a business together", apnews.com, Web "Hello stranger! Let's start a business together", billingsgazette.com, Web

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