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  • 1. CURRICULUM VITA –Summer, 2008 THOMAS M. BOX ADDRESS Pittsburg State University 110 Kelce Pittsburg, KS 66762 Phone: 620-235-4582 Email: tbox@pittstate.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. Oklahoma State University 1991 Major: Management (Strategy/Entrepreneurship) Minors: Marketing and Sociology MBA University of Tulsa 1979 BS - Math University of Tulsa 1977 ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 8/90 - Present PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY TITLE: PROFESSOR OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT DUTIES: Currently teaching Business Policy (Strategic Management), Six Sigma Quality Management and Leadership, at both the under- graduate and graduate levels. Developed new graduate and under- graduate courses in Six Sigma Quality Management, Leadership and Entrepreneurship. Member of the Graduate Faculty. Experi- enced with distance education including IDL and Web based courses. Have also taught Operations Management and Organiza- tional Behavior. OTHER Director - PSU Small Business Institute (1991-94) DUTIES: Managed MBA and undergraduate student teams providing con- sulting services to area small business and government agencies. Won the Kansas City District and Regional SBA 1994 Graduate Case Award. Director - Entrepreneur Internship Program (1996-1997) Supervised 50 student interns in the Kauffman Foundation's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Program. The Kaufman Internship
  • 2. Box - Page 2 of 9 Program, resulting from a $50,000 start up grant, sought to develop the entrepreneurs of the 21st century. 6/84 - 7/90 UNIVERSITY OF TULSA TITLE: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR DUTIES: 1987-90 - Assistant Professor - Management 1984-87 - Instructor - Quantitative Methods OTHER Faculty Consultant, ENTERPRISE CENTER. Provided start up DUTIES: consultation for new businesses. Conducted training workshops for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Directed student-run entrepreneurial businesses. Evaluated business plans and feasibili- ty studies. Actively involved with Tulsa Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Tulsa Economic Development Foundation. INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 4/80 - 6/84 SOUTHWEST TUBE MANUFACTURING CO. TITLE: SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT - OPERATIONS DUTIES: Hired to turn this firm around. Corporate officer in charge of all manufacturing, engineering and quality control. Reported to Chairman of the Board. P&L responsibility for start up subsidiary corporation producing welded stainless tubing. Actively involved with international customers and suppliers. Products - carbon and stainless pipe and tube. Supervised 600 employees. 7/72 - 4/80 BRADEN STEEL CORPORATION TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT/OPERATIONS DUTIES: Hired to help start up Metal Building Division. Corporate officer in charge of manufacturing, purchasing, quality control, and engi- neering drafting for Metal Building Division. Reported to Division President. Also directed manufacturing at Special Products Divi- sion (1978-79). Products - buildings, heavy structures, mining trucks. Supervised 400 employees. 3/69 - 7/72 RIVERSIDE INDUSTRIES TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT AND DIVISION MANAGER DUTIES: Corporate officer with complete P&L responsibility for Tulsa Divi- sion. Products included dams, buildings, transmission towers and refinery vessels. Served as American Project Manager on an inter- national joint venture with the Government of Mexico. Supervised 1,200 employees.
  • 3. Box - Page 3 of 9 PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES and CASES Box, T. & Byus, K, (2008). Southwest Airlines 2007. Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies. Accepted and Forthcoming. Allied Academies Distinguished Research Award Byus, K, & Box, T. (2007). Guerrilla actions as small business strategy: Out-witting is more competitively responsive than out-spending. Entrepreneurial Executive V12 (1), 51-64. Allied Academies Distinguished Research Award. Box, T. & Byus, K. (2007). Ryanair (2005): Successful low cost leadership. Journal of the In- ternational Academy for Case Studies. V13 (3), 65-70. Box, T.M. (2006). Six Sigma Quality: Experiential Learning. SAM – Advanced Management Journal, V71 (1), 20-23. Box, T. & Saxton, S. (2004). JetBlue: A new challenger. Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies. V10 (1), 69-74. Allen, S., Watts, L., Motley, L., Box, T., & Fullerton, S. (2002) Burns, Morris & Stewart: Sup- plying the home construction remodeling industries. Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies.V8 (6), 13-32. Box, T., & Lowery, C. (2002). Lockheed Martin: An Update (2002). Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies. V8(1), 75-83 Wittliff, H., Watts, L., & Box, T. (2002). Paradigm shift and organizational conflict: A Field study. Academy of Strategic and Organizational Leadership Journal, 5(1)), 1-16. Box, T., Otter, J., & Watts, L. (2001). Advanced manufacturing techniques and mass customization. Academy of Strategic and Organizational Leadership Journal, 4(2), 69-76. Watts, L., Jackson, W., & Box, T. (2001) Ethical frameworks and ethical behavior: A comparison of business and non-business students. Academy for Studies in Business Law Journal, 3(2), 33-43. Box, T., West, T., Watts, L., & Whisman, M. (2000). Learning organizations: Panacea or partial answer? Academy of Strategic and Organizational Leadership Journal, 3(2), 54-63. Darling, J. and Box, T. (1999). Keys to success in the leadership of multinational corporations, 1990 through 1997. Advanced Management Journal, 64(4), 16-20.
  • 4. Box - Page 4 of 9 Micklethwaite, A., Fontaine, D., Watts, L., and Box, T. (1999). Business process reengineering downsizing and stress in healthcare organizations. Academy of Strategic and Organizational Leadership Journal, 2(2), 87-95. Box, T., Glasgow, S., and Watts, L. (1999). Jamaican microbusiness: Reasons for startup and difficulties encountered. International Journal of Entrepreneurship, 2(1), 26-33. Box, T., Crouch, H., and Clow, K. (1999). Entrepreneurial performance in foreign settings. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 4(1), 32-42. Box, T., Watts, L., and Dewar, D. (1998). Mexican and Texas small business owners: An em- pirical study of performance predictors. International Journal of Entrepreneurship, 1(1) 29-36. Johnson, S., Watts, L. R., and Box, T.M. (1997). Temple-Inland forest products: Hope Arkansas particleboard plant. Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 3(1), 91-99 (Dis- tinguished Case Award). Box, T.M., Beisel, J.L., and Watts, L.R. (1996). Thai Entrepreneurs: An empirical investigation of individual differences, background and scanning behavior. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 1(1), 18-24. Watts, L.R., Jackson, W.T., and Box, T.M. (1995). Student related outcomes and task design characteristics. Texas Business Education Journal, V(1), 127-141. Box, T.M. & Watts, L.R. (1995). TQM: Learning from the military. TSU Business and Eco- nomic Review, 19(4), 9-12. Box, T.M. & Watts, L.R. (1995). CEO characteristics and TQM adoption among small manu- facturing firms. Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship, 7(1), 25-30. Blake, C.G. & Box, T.M. (1994). Manufacturing entrepreneurs in Mississauga, Ontario: An em- pirical investigation of firm performance. Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship, 11(4), 85-92. Box, T.M., Watts, L.R., & Hisrich, R.D. (1994). Manufacturing entrepreneurs: An empirical study of correlates of employment growth in the Tulsa MSA and rural East Texas. Journal of Business Venturing, 9(3), 261-270. Box, T.M., White, M.A., & Barr, S.H. (1993). A contingency model of new manufacturing firm performance. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 18(2), 31-46. Box, T.M. & Kash, T.J. (1993). Manufacturing entrepreneurs: An empirical study of perfor- mance. Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship, 5(3), 53-64.
  • 5. Box - Page 5 of 9 Lee, C.Y. & Box, T.M. (1992). Business opportunities for Korean firms in Vietnam: Analysis and recommendations. Korea and World Affairs, 16(4), 714-735. Wolfe, J. & Box, T.M. (1988). Team cohesion effects on business game performance, Simula- tion and Games, 19(1), 82-98. Shirley, J.M. & Box, T.M. (1987). Productivity gains at Southwest Tube. Production and Inven- tory Management Journal, 28(4), 57-60. Box, T.M. (1983). Bushranger Supply - A Case Study, in Cook and Russell (eds.), Contempo- rary Operations Management: Text and Cases, New York: Prentice- Hall. Box, T.M. (1983). Southwest Tube - A Case Study, in Cook and Russell (eds.), Contemporary Operations Management: Text and Cases, New York: Prentice- Hall. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, PRESENTATIONS AND COLUMNS Byus, K. & Box, T. (2008). OODA loop decision–making: An adaptive strategy development for turbulent times. Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. October 8, 2008. Al- buquerque, NM. Bartholet, F. & Box, T. (2007). Reusable learning objects: A modified Delphi study. Allied Academies Fall Conference, September, Reno, NV. Box, T., Byus, K., Fogliasso, C and Miller, W. (2007). Hardball and OODA Loops: Strategy for small firms. Proceedings. Allied Academies Spring Conference, April, Jacksonville, FL.. Fogliasso, C., Box, T., Baack, D. and Byus, K. (2007). Learning styles and teaching pedagogy: A preliminary survey. Proceedings., Society for Advancement of Management. Internation- al Conference, March, Las Vegas, NV. Fogliasso, C., Baack, D., and Box, T. (2007). The rich picture pedagogy for business professors and assignment for students. _Proceedings_, Southwest Decision Sciences Institute meeting, March, San Diego, CD ROM. Byus, K. & Box, T. (2006) Quality Function Deployment: The Financial Performance Effective- ness of a New Product Development Technique. ASBE Fall Conference Proceedings. Miller, W. & Box, T. (2006). Joined at the Hip: Combining Valuation and Strategy to Enhance Value for Clients. Business Valuation Resources Teleconference. September 20, 2006. Box, T, (2006), Lean Six Sigma: Better, Faster, Cheaper. Joplin Tri-State Business V1(2), 27. (Invited Column).
  • 6. Box - Page 6 of 9 Byus, K. & Box, T. (2006). Including the Quality Dimension in Strategy: A Flexible Small Firm Approach. Proceedings of the Society for Advancement of Management International Busi- ness Conference, Orlando, FL. April 6-9, 2006. O’Bryan, D., Weaver, D. & Box, T. (2004). Miller’s professional imaging 1999 A. Proceedings of the Allied Academies, New Orleans, LA. [Distinguished Paper Award] Affholder, J. & Box, T. (2004). Struggles of female entrepreneurs. Proceedings of the Allied Academies, New Orleans, LA. Pinar, M., Rogers, J. & Box, T. (2004). Organizational performance and leadership: An empiri- cal study of small Turkish firms. Proceeding of the Association for Small Business and En- trepreneurship, Albuquerque, NM. Wellman, R., Box, T., & Saxton, S. (2003). Six sigma in the U.S. Army: A potential for excel- lence. Proceeding of the Allied Academies, Las Vegas, NV. Box, T.M., Watts, L.R. & Jackson, W.T. (2003). Continuois quality improvement in the class- room using the nominal group technique. Association for Small Business & Entreprenurship Proceedings. 2003 Annual Conference – Houston, TX. March 5-8, 2003. Box, T.M. (2002, May) Adult Learners in Distance Education. Paper presented at e-Learning Awareness Conference at Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL. Rogers, J., Box, T., O’Bryan, D., & Watts, L. (2002) Open book management and SRC. Acade- my of Strategic and Organizational Leadership Proceedings 7(1). pp. 9-14. Fox, T., Box, T, & Watts, L. (2001) Cash incentives alone may not boost productivity. Academy of Strategic and Educational Leadership Proceedings 6(2). pp. 24-28. Pinar, M., Box, T., Crouch, H., & Yucel, T. (2001). Comparison of the performance of OSO 9000 vs. non ISO 9000 firms in the Turkish stock market: Preliminary findings. Proceedings - Global Business and Technology Association, International Conference Istanbul, Turkey, July 2001. pp.728-737. Box, T., & Watts, L. (2000). Modular manufacturing in the automobile industry: Dana leads the way. International Academy for Case Studies Proceedings, Allied Academies International Conference, October 11-14, 1-5. Box, T. (2000, March). Critical success factors in distance education. Paper presented at the meeting of the Allied Academies, Myrtle Beach, SC. Box, T. (2000, March). Leadership is a contact sport. Invited colloquium presented at The Cen- ter for Leadership Studies at Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, TX.
  • 7. Box - Page 7 of 9 Box, T., Mall, C., Rogers, S., & Thakor, S. (1998). Strategic management in the computer in- dustry: Dell computer corporation. Proceedings of the International Academy for Case Stud- ies, 5(1), 39-49. Watts, L.R., Box, T.M. & Jackson, W.T. (1998). Course redesign to maximize student autono- my: The impact on curricula characteristics, affective outcomes, skills development and course objectives. Proceedings of the Academy of Educational Leadership 3(2), 24-34. Box, T.M., Dewar, D.A., Mitchell, H.R., & Watts, L.R. (1997). Mexican entrepreneurs: Reasons for start-up and difficulties encountered. Association for Small Business and Entrepreneur- ship Annual Proceedings, 49-51. Murphy, L., Watts, L.R., & Box, T.M. (1997). Internships and academia: How vital is internship experience in the current job market? Southwest Case Research Association 1997 Annual Proceedings, 6: 28. Duffy, M., Box, T. M., & Watts, L. R. (1996). A cross-cultural comparison of entrepreneurs: In- dividual differences, background, and scanning behavior. Proceedings of the International Management Development Association, New Orleans, 69-75. Baack, D.E., Clow, K.E., and Box, T. M. (1996). Entrepreneurial success: Test of a predictive model. 1996 Proceedings - Decision Sciences Institute (1), Orlando, FL, 426-428. Box, T.M., Dewar, D., Vargas-Hernandez, J.G., & Watts, L.R. (1996). A cross-cultural com- parison of Mexican and Texas small business owners: Similarities and differences in back- ground, psychology and scanning behavior. In L.D. Ponthieu (Ed.), Proceedings of the Southwestern Small Business Institute Association Conference, 90-94, San Antonio, TX: University of North Texas. Box, T.M. (1995, October). Kaizen in the classroom. Third Annual Southwestern Business Ad- ministration Teaching Conference Proceedings, Houston, TX. Beisel, J.L. & Box, T.M. (1995). An investigation of certain perceptions and practices of Thai entrepreneurs regarding marketing in their firms. Proceedings of the Pan-Pacific Business Conference XXII. Dunedin and Queenstown, New Zealand. Box, T.M. & Watts, L. R. (1994). TQM: Learning from the military. In O.D. Perry, R. Cook, and W. Beaupre (Eds.), Proceedings of the Twenty Sixth Mountain Plains Management Con- ference, 29-35, Durango, CO: Fort Lewis College. Watts, L.R., Jackson, W.T., & Box, T.M. (1994). Student related outcomes and task design characteristics. In O.D. Perry, R. Cook, & W. Beaupre (Eds.), Proceedings of the Twenty Sixth Mountain Plains Management Conference, 559-568, Durango, Co: Fort Lewis College.
  • 8. Box - Page 8 of 9 Box, T.M., Watts, L.R., & Hisrich, R.D. (1993). Mexican and Texas entrepreneurs: A cross-cul- tural comparison. In A.L. Porter (ed.), Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Mountain Plains Management Conference, 73-78, Cedar City, Utah: Southern Utah University. Watts, L.R., & Box, T.M. (1993). Student performance in the classroom: An application of per- formance theory. In A.L. Porter (ed.), Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Mountain Plains Management Conference, 475-480, Cedar City, Utah: Southern Utah University. Watts, L.R., & Box, T.M. (1992, November). The role of nAch in the growth of hi-tech and medium tech firms, Paper presented at TIMS/ORSA National Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Box, T.M., & Box, B.J. (1990). Manufacturing entrepreneurs: An exploratory study in Tulsa, Proceedings - SWFAD Conference. Cagley, J.W., Box, T.M., & Hisrich, R.D. (1998). Knowledge and usage of marketing tools by entrepreneurs: A comparative analysis, Working Paper Series - Vol. 1, College on Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship (TIMS). Wolfe, J. & Box, T.M. (1987). Team cohesion effects on business game performance, in Kelly and Sanders (eds.), Developments in Business Simulation and Experiential Exercise, Volume 14, Stillwater, OK. BOOKS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS Box, T (2008 – In Press) . Open Book Management. In Richard Schuttler. Laws of Communica- tions. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Box. T. & Byus, K. (2008 – In Press). Strategy in Small Doses. Cullowehee, NC: Whitney Press. Box, T.M. (2003). Six Sigma: How to Save Money, Increase Profits and Reduce Costs. (Ebook). Pittsburg, KS: Mid-America Manufacturing and Technology Center. Maurer, R.A., Box, T.M., & Yourstone, S. (1998). An electronic companion for operations man- agement. San Francisco: Cogito Learning Media. Box, T.M. & Chilcoat, B. (1986). Preventive maintenance for operators. Tulsa, OK: Ford Motor Company. Box, T.M. & English, J. (1986). Introduction to statistical process control. Tulsa, OK: Ford Mo- tor Company. Box, T.M., Shirley, J.M., & Webb, R.E. (1984). Energy Efficient Purchasing Handbook. Okla- homa City: State of Oklahoma.
  • 9. Box - Page 9 of 9 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Academy of Management Allied Academies Society for Advancement of Management Society of Manufacturing Engineers HONORS/AWARDS Distinguished Research Award (2007) – Allied Academies Distinguished Paper Award (2004) – Allied Academies Certificate of Achievement (2004) - NMA Distinguished Paper Award (2003) – Allied Academies Honorable Mention (2002) – International Academy for Case Studies Distinguished Teaching Award (2002) – Academy of Educational Leadership Distinguished Paper Award (2000) - Allied Academies Distinguished Paper Award (1999) - Allied Academies Distinguished Paper Award (1998) - Academy of Entrepreneurship Distinguished Case Award (1996) - International Academy for Case Studies Distinguished Paper Award (1995) - The Academy of Entrepreneurship Distinguished Paper Award (1995) - Second Runner Up - S.S.B.I.A. Excellence in Teaching Award (1994) - Kelce School of Business (P.S.U.) Graduate Case of the Year (1994) - U.S. Small Business Administration - Kansas City District GRANTS 1991.1994 Small Business Administration - $50,000 grant to operate Small Business Institute at Pittsburg State University. 1996 Kauffman Foundation - $50,000 grant to establish Entrepreneurial Intern- ship Program at Pittsburg State University (with Henry Crouch) 1997 Kauffman Foundation - $25,000 grant to continue Entrepreneurial Intern- ship Program at Pittsburg State University (with Henry Crouch) SERVICE Advisor: 37 undergraduate Management majors Chairman: Kelce AACSB Accreditation Committee (1991-1994) Chairman: PSU Graduate Council (2002 - 2004) Consultant: Community small businesses (pro bono) Director: Small Business Institute (1991-94) Director: Kauffman Entrepreneur Internship Program (1996-97) Editor: Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal (1999-02) Editor: Entrepreneurial Executive (2007 -) Member: PSU Graduate Council (2004 – present) Member: PSU Faculty Senate (1992 – present)

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