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  • 1. CURRICULUM VITAE Abbreviated John D. Blair Georgie G. and William B. Snyder Professor in Management Rawls College of Business • Texas Tech University • Lubbock, Texas • 79409-2101 Office: (806) 742-2134 • Fax: (806) 742-2308 • Home: (806) 795-4283 • jblair@ba.ttu.edu Education: PhD University of Michigan, 1975 MA University of Michigan, 1972 Columbia University, 1966 - 67 (Graduate studies interrupted for military service) BA Gustavus Adolphus College, 1966 Honors and Awards (selected): Elected to be a Fellow of the Southern Management Association, August 2000 (No more than five percent of SMA members can be selected for this honor.) For “significant contributions to the science and practice of management by superior research and scholarship and by service to the Southern Management Association.” Recipient of "The Myron D. Fottler Excellence in Service Award," August 2000. From the Health Care Management Division of the Academy of Management. “In recognition of long-standing and ongoing commitment to the field of health care management.” Recipient of the 1994, 1995 and 1997 "Best Theory to Practice Paper Awards" From the Health Care Management Division of the Academy of Management. Awards sponsored by Health Care Management Review. (Senior author of each) Recipient of the 1995-1996 College of Business Administration Research Award, For “outstanding contributions to his field,” Texas Tech University Recipient of the Texas Tech University Outstanding Researcher Award, 1995 Recipient of the 1994 Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Regents Award From the American College of Healthcare Executives for "building bridges between theory and practice." Recipient of the Texas Tech University President's Award for Academic Achievement, For "distinguished teaching, research and service," 1991 Recipient of the Texas Tech University President's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1984 University of Maryland General Research Board Faculty Research Grants, 1976 and 1980 Horace H. Rackham Prize Fellow (Ford Foundation), University of Michigan, 1973-1974 Bronze Star Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Paratrooper Jump Wings, U.S. Army, 1968-1971 Fellow of the Faculty, Columbia University, 1966-1967
  • 2. John D. Blair 2 February, 2004 Current Faculty and Academic Leadership Roles: 2003-present Georgie G. and William B. Snyder Professor in Management Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University • First faculty member to hold Snyder Professorship • Teaching and research focus on: o Strategic Thinking & Entrepreneurial Action in the Health Care Industry o Bioterrorism Preparedness, Attack and Response o Terrorism and Business Continuity o Strategic Management and Leadership Configurations o The Role of Paradox in Leadership and Strategy 2001-present Founding Chief of Bioterrorism Studies The Center for Healthcare Leadership and Strategy, Rawls College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University • Bioterrorism Studies Group provides research and education for o Healthcare Organizations, e.g., hospitals, medical groups o Business and governmental organizations • Bioterrorism Response Project (2002) on bioterrorism leadership and strategy issues: o Preventing or preparing for mass casualties o Responding to successful attacks • Service focus on “citizen patriot” challenges in homeland security • Research focus on integrating theoretical and empirical management research with understanding of: o Terrorist organizations (e.g., as entrepreneurial firms) and o The environmental jolt that their actions provide for other organizations (e.g., business firms, components of the military and healthcare organizations). 1997-present Founding Director The Center for Healthcare Leadership and Strategy, Rawls College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University • Industry-specific center for research and executive education • Editorial office for Advances in Health Care Management (JAI/Elsevier Press) o Endorsed by Health Care Management Division of Academy of Management • Facilitates faculty and doctoral student research • Supports new Executive MBA for Physician Leaders o First and only Executive MBA in Rawls College • Raises funds and supports John A. Buesseler, MD, MSBA Distinguished Lecture Series o Brings in leaders in the health care industry o Meetings and presentations to community, faculty and students o Leads to ongoing relationships with HOM Programs and Center US-Mexico Sustainable Development Program: • Focus on health, safety and environment issues in implementation of NAFTA • Endorsed by: o US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce o US-Mexico Cultural and Educational Foundation • Program provides research and education leadership for o “Seven Principles of Environmental Stewardship” Program initiated by US and Mexican Governments (EPAs) and US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce
  • 3. John D. Blair 3 February, 2004 o Health Sector Taskforce of US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce Former Faculty Roles: 1997-2003 The Trinity Company Professor in Management and Healthcare Strategy Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University School of Medicine, TTU Health Sciences Center • First faculty member to hold The Trinity Company Professorship 1988-1997 Professor of Management and Health Organization Management College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University School of Medicine, TTU Health Sciences Center 1984-1988 Associate Professor of Health Organization Management School of Medicine, TTU Health Sciences Center 1981-1988 Associate Professor of Management, College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University 1975-1981 Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Maryland (College Park) 1969-1970 Instructor in Sociology, North Carolina State University, Fort Bragg Campus, Part-time. 1967-1968 Instructor in Sociology, Gustavus Adolphus College Former Academic Leadership Roles: 2001 Consultant to the Chancellor Texas Tech University System • Consulting project to assess and redesign system-wide development efforts across campuses in multi-institutional system • Worked with Deputy Chancellor for System Operations • Interviewed and discussed issues with all key system stakeholders: • Streamlined operations and reduced redundancy system-wide • Enhanced system integration and increased synergy across units • System CFO projected $1.6 million annual cost-savings • (Spring and summer, part-time) 1999- 2000 Executive Director Health Organization Management (HOM) Programs (College of Business and School of Medicine) • First to hold new position to lead expanding family of related health care management programs linking business and medicine: o BBA/MBA (HOM)—Based on Honors Program in Management o MBA (HOM) o MD/MBA (HOM) o PhD (HOM) • Directed program leadership team consisting of: o Director of Admissions and Placement o Director of Advising and Operations o Program Coordinator
  • 4. John D. Blair 4 February, 2004 • Dual-accredited by AACSB and ACEHSA o MBA Program is one of only nine such MBA-based, dual-accredited programs (includes Kellogg, Wharton and Duke) o MD/MBA Program is only fully accredited four-year program o Reaccredited in Year 2000 • Programs supported by Center for Healthcare Leadership and Strategy 1997-1998 Area Coordinator (Department Chair) The Area of Management, College of Business Administration Texas Tech University • 14 Professorial Faculty, 6 Lecturers, 10 Teaching Doctoral Students • Created Area-wide Academic Program Council to increase administrative integration and synergy • Developed Honors Program in Management (HPM): o University’s first formal honors major in collaboration with Honors College o College’s first explicit 120-hour “Pre-MBA” Program o Seamless BBA/MBA in 150 hours—most popular option • New HPM-Based Programs: o Applied Leadership o Entrepreneurship and Family Business o Health Organization Management • Linked each academic program to one or more of Area’s four centers to increase support and faculty research and teaching synergy: o Center for Entrepreneurial and Family Business o Center for Healthcare Leadership and Strategy o Institute for Leadership Research o Texas Center for Organizational Innovation 1984-1994 Founding Director The MBA and PhD Programs in Health Organization Management College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University • Built new program upon generic MBA and PhD in Management • MBA initially Dual-accredited by AACSB and ACEHSA in 1994 • Developed industry-specific research program to integrate faculty teaching and research • Ensured health care management research was recognized in merit and promotion and tenure systems • Facilitated faculty involvement and leadership in Health Care Management Division of Academy of Management Simultaneously served as: Associate Chair, Department of Health Organization Management School of Medicine, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center • Programs are joint ventures with the School of Medicine
  • 5. John D. Blair 5 February, 2004 1994-1997 (Last) Director The Institute for Management and Leadership Research (IMLR), College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University • Reassessed strengths and weaknesses of Institute o Prepared recommendations for Dean o Testified to Board of Regents on recommended changes • Recommended and facilitated the founding of two new centers within Area of Management from former IMLR: o Institute for Leadership Research o Center for Healthcare Leadership and Strategy • Major IMLR Strategic and Health Organization Management Study: o "Facing the Uncertain Future: Enhancing Strategic Responsiveness of Medical Groups," o 1993-1996 o Study funded externally by the Medical Group Management Association and Abbott Laboratories. o Served as Co-Principal Investigator with counterpart at Medical Group Management Association o Study led to two books, multiple journal articles and four dissertations 1988-1994 Founding Director of Strategic Studies (1993-1994) Founding Director of Health Organization Management Studies (1988-1993) The Institute for Management and Leadership Research, College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University • “Factors Influencing Length of Stay in Hospital Cardiac Units” Study o 1991 o College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University o Co-Principal Investigator • Kellogg Foundation Grant on “Emerging Health Information Systems” o 1985-1987 o Texas Tech School of Medicine, o School of Nursing o School of Allied Health o College of Business Administration o Served as Research Coordinator for College faculty team 1985-1989 Doctoral Advisor (Director of Doctoral Studies), The Area of Management College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University • Formed and chaired new Doctoral Studies Committee • Made major revision in doctoral program curriculum and design o Streamlined and shortened program dramatically o Strengthened research methods preparation o Simplified comprehensive examination process o Basic design continues today 1982.1984 Co-Principal Investigator • “Leadership on the Future Battlefield” Study • U. S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences Grant
  • 6. John D. Blair 6 February, 2004 • Performed prior to the formation of The Institute for Management and Leadership Research Other Management and Leadership Experience (selected since 1980): 2002 to Present Advisor to the Chairman on Bioterrorism and Health Issues Reserve Forces Policy Board (Congressionally-mandated) Office of the Secretary of Defense, Pentagon Serve pro bono as public professional service 2002 to Present Board Member US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce Serve pro bono as professional service 2002 to Present Co-Chair Health Sector Task Force, US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce Serve pro bono as professional service 2001to Present Member Bi-National Steering Committee, “Seven Principles of Environmental Stewardship” Program initiated by US and Mexican Governments (EPAs) and US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce Serve pro bono as professional service 1993-1995 Faculty Practice and Research Fellow Lubbock Methodist Hospital System • Participated as member of system’s top management team o Contributed to teaching of emerging vertical and horizontal integration occurring within health care industry o Served as management coach for key system leaders • One day a week for three years • Sponsored by: o The American College of Health Care Executives and o The Association of University Programs in Health Administration • Qualitative research valuable to: o Theory-building o Design of Facing the Uncertain Future (quantitative) Study 1980-1981 Faculty Fellow and Project Director Productivity Research Division, U. S. Office of Personnel Management, Washington, D.C. • Directed and mentored federal employee researchers in project: o The Application of Japanese Management Techniques to the Federal Work Force” • Worked with Federal Executives in Internal Revenue Service
  • 7. John D. Blair 7 February, 2004 Published Research: Books, Monographs & Journal Special Issues Thematic Books: Blair, John D. and Myron D. Fottler (eds.), Strategic Thinking and Entrepreneurial Action in the Health Care Industry. (JAI/Elsevier Press, 2005 in process. • (Special Thematic Volume 6 of Advances in Health Care Management). . Blair, John D., Myron D. Fottler and Albert C. Zapanta (eds.), Bioterrorism Preparedness, Attack and Response. (JAI/Elsevier Press, 2004)s. • (Special Thematic Volume 4 of Advances in Health Care Management). . Blair, John D. and Myron D. Fottler, Strategic Leadership for Medical Groups: Navigating Your Strategic Web, (San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1998). • Combines qualitative and quantitative data analysis to test theory from 1990 book. • Creates and applies new theory to practice concepts of strategic web and its navigation Stanley, Jay and John D. Blair (eds.), Challenges in Military Health Care: Perspectives on Health Status and the Provision of Care (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 1993). Blair, John D. and Myron D. Fottler, Challenges in Health Care Management: Strategic Perspectives for Managing Key Stakeholders (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1990). • Selected as one of six finalists for the Academy of Management’s George R. Terry Award for the 1990-1991 book, which has made the greatest scholarly contribution to the field of management. • Selected by the 1992 Best Books Committee of the American College of Health Care Executives as one of four books to be recommended to their 25,000 members. Hunt, James G. and John D. Blair (eds.), Leadership on the Future Battlefield. (New York: Pergamon Press, 1985). Bachman, Jerald G., John D. Blair and David R. Segal, The All-Volunteer Force: A Study of Ideology in the Military. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1977). Anthology Volumes in the Advances in Health Care Management Peer-Reviewed Research Series: Savage, Grant T., John D. Blair and Myron D. Fottler (eds.), Advances in Health Care Management: Volume 3 (JAI/Elsevier Press, 2002). Fottler, Myron D., Grant T. Savage and John D. Blair (eds.), Advances in Health Care Management: Volume 2 (JAI/Elsevier Press, 2001). Blair, John D., Myron D. Fottler and Grant T. Savage (eds.), Advances in Health Care Management: Volume 1 (JAI/Elsevier Press, 2000). Research Monograph: Blair, John D., Myron D. Fottler, Andrea R. Paolino, and Timothy M. Rotarius, Medical Group Practices Face the Uncertain Future: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies (Denver, CO: Center for Research in Ambulatory Health Care Administration, 1995). • Research Monograph, 63 pages, ISBN 1-56829-009-8).
  • 8. John D. Blair 8 February, 2004 Special Issues of Peer-Reviewed Journals: Stanley, Jay and John D. Blair, eds., Health of the Force. Special issue of Armed Forces and Society (Summer, 1992). Blair, John D. and James G. Hunt, eds., 1987 Yearly Review of Management. Special issue of Journal of Management (Summer, 1987). Hunt, James G. and John D. Blair, eds., 1986 Yearly Review of Management. Special issue of Journal of Management (Summer, 1986). Segal, David R. and John D. Blair, eds., Women and the Military and Youth and the Military Separate special issues of Youth and Society (September and December Issues, 1978). Published Research: Articles and Book Chapters Research on Strategic Management Issues in Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response: Blair, John D., Myron D. Fottler and Albert C. Zapanta, "The Bioterrorism Formula: Facing the Certainty of the Uncertain Future,” Advances in Health Care Management: (4) 2004, in press. Blair, John D. and K. Wade Vlosich, "Cocktails, Deceptions and Force Multipliers in Bioterrorism,” Advances in Health Care Management: (4) 2004, in press. Blair, John D., Robert K. Keel, Timothy W. Nix and K. Wade Vlosich, "Modeling the Environmental Jolt of Terrorist Attacks: Configurations of Asymmetrical Warfare” Advances in Health Care Management: (4) 2004, in press. Blair, John D., Cynthia A. Holubik, Robert K. Keel, Angela M. Roberson and Steven R. Tomlinson, "Bioterrorism Preparedness," pp XX in Lawrence F. Wolper (ed.) Health Care Administration: Principles, Practices, Structures and Delivery, 4th Edition. (Boston: Jones and Bartlett, 2003).  Prior editions of this volume were translated into Greek, Indonesian, Thai and Turkish. Research on Strategic Leadership and Other Strategic Issues in the Health Care Industry: Blair, John D., Timothy W. Nix, G. Tyge Payne, Timothy M. Rotarius, and Carlton J. Whitehead, "Stakeholder Management Strategies and Styles," in Lawrence F. Wolper (ed.) Health Care Administration: Principles, Practices, Structures and Delivery, 4th Edition. (Boston: Jones and Bartlett, 2003, in press).  Prior editions of this volume were translated into Greek, Indonesian, Thai and Turkish. Blair, John D., Starr A. Blair, Myron D. Fottler, Timothy W. Nix, G. Tyge Payne and Grant T. Savage, "From Stakeholder Management Strategies to Stakeholder Management Styles: Serendipitous Research on Organizational Configurations," Advances in Health Care Management: (3) 2003: 319-346. Payne, G. Tyge , Timothy W. Nix, James Hoffman and John D. Blair, "An Integrated Doctoral Education model for Developing Researchers in Health Care Strategic Management," Journal of Health Administration Education, In Press. . Fottler, Myron D., John D. Blair and Grant T. Savage, "The Future of Integrated Delivery Systems: A Consumer Perspective," Advances in Health Care Management: (1) 2000: 15-32.
  • 9. John D. Blair 9 February, 2004 Payne, G. Tyge, John D. Blair and Myron D. Fottler, "The Role of Paradox in Integrated Strategy and Structure Configurations: Exploring Integrated Delivery in Health Care," Advances in Health Care Management: (1) 2000: 109-141. Blair, John D. and G. Tyge Payne, "The Paradox Prescription: Leading the Medical Group of the Future," Health Care Management Review, 25 (1), Winter 2000: 44-58. . Blair, John D., G. Tyge Payne, Timothy M. Rotarius, Carlton J. Whitehead and E. Gordon Whyte, "Strategic Management of Stakeholder Relationships," pp. 136-160 in Lawrence F. Wolper (ed.) Health Care Administration: Planning, Implementing, and Managing Organized Delivery Systems, 3rd Edition. (Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publishers, 1999). Whyte, E. Gordon and John D. Blair, "Strategic Planning for Health Care Provider Organizations pp. 121-135 in Lawrence F. Wolper (ed.) Health Care Administration: Planning, Implementing, and Managing Organized Delivery Systems, 3rd Edition. (Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publishers, 1999). Blair, John D. and John A. Buesseler, "Competitive Forces in the Medical Group Industry: A Stakeholder Perspective," Health Care Management Review, , 23 (2) 1998: 7-27. • Winner of the 1997 “Best Theory to Practice Paper Award,” Health Care Management Division, Academy of Management Blair, John D. and Myron D. Fottler, "Effective Stakeholder Management: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies," in W. Jack Duncan, Peter M. Ginter and Linda E. Swayne, (eds.) Handbook of Health Care Management, (Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1997). Fottler, Myron D., John D. Blair, Timothy M. Rotarius, and Manisha R Youngblood. “Strategic Choices For Medical Group Practices: Managing Key Strategic Relationships in the Integrated Future.” Medical Group Management Journal 43:3 (May/June 1996): 32-50. Blair, J.D., Myron D. Fottler and Carlton J. Whitehead. “Diagnosing the Stakeholder Bottom Line for Medical Group Practices: Key Stakeholders’ Potential to Threaten and/or Cooperate.” Medical Group Management Journal, 42:6 (March/April, 1996): 40-50,74. Blair, John D., Terence T. Rock, Timothy M. Rotarius, Myron D. Fottler, Gena C. Bosse and J. Matthew Driskill, "The Problematic Fit of Diagnosis and Strategy for Medical Group Stakeholders—Including Integrated Delivery Systems and Networks," Health Care Management Review, 21 (1), Winter 1996: 7-28. • Chosen to be lead journal article for the year • Winner of the 1995 “Best Theory to Practice Paper Award,” Health Care Administration Division, Academy of Management • The preceding article is reprinted in: Brown, M. (Ed.), Integrated Health Care Delivery: Theory, Practice, Evaluation and Prognosis, Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publishers, 1996). Paolino, Andrea R., John M. Greaves, John D. Blair, Myron D. Fottler and Timothy M. Rotarius, "Medical Practice and Physician Executives Face the Uncertain Future," Medical Group Management Journal, 42 (4) (September/October, 1995): 36-43, 76-78.
  • 10. John D. Blair 10 February, 2004 Rotarius, Timothy M., Andrea R. Paolino, Bonny M. McMurrough, Myron D. Fottler and John D. Blair, "Integrated Delivery Systems/Networks in the Uncertain Future" Medical Group Management Journal, 42 (4) (July/August, 1995): 22-31. Blair, John D., Myron D. Fottler, Steven S. Lazarus, Andrea R. Paolino and Timothy M. Rotarius, "Strategic Stakeholder Management: First Round Results from ‘Facing the Uncertain Future’," Medical Group Management Journal, 42 (3) (May/June, 1995): 16-21 (Cover Story). Blair, John D., Timothy M. Rotarius, Karolyn Shepherd, Carlton J. Whitehead and E. Gordon Whyte, "Strategic Stakeholder Management for Health Care Executives," pp. 302-326 in Larry Wolper (ed.), Health Care Administration, 2nd Edition. (Rockville, MD: Aspen Publishers, 1995). Whyte, E. Gordon and John D. Blair, "Strategic Planning for Health Care Provider Organizations," pp. 289-301 in Larry Wolper (ed.), Health Care Administration, 2nd Edition. (Rockville, MD: Aspen Publishers, 1995). Fottler, Myron D., John D. Blair, Elizabeth W. Michael, and Grant T. Savage "Contemporary and Future Human Resources Challenges," pp. 514-535 in M.D. Fottler, S. R. Hernandez, C. L. Joiner (eds.) and Associates, Strategic Management of Human Resources in Health Services Organizations, 2nd edition, (Albany, NY: Delmar Publishers, 1994). Blair, John D., Jay Stanley and Carlton J. Whitehead, "A Stakeholder Management Perspective on Military Health Care," Armed Forces and Society, 18, 4 (Summer, 1992): 548-575. Blair, John D. and Susan M. Long, "The 'Con' Perspective on Regulations Like Certificates of Need," in Jack Duncan, et al., (eds.) Strategic Issues in Health Care. (Boston: PWS-Kent, 1992). Savage, Grant T., John D. Blair, Michael J. Benson, and Byron Hale, "Urban-Rural Hospital Affiliations: Assessing Control, Fit, and Stakeholder Issues Strategically," Health Care Management Review, 17 (1): 35-49, Winter 1992. The preceding article is reprinted in: Behoed en Bewaak uw 'Stakeholders.' Ziekenhuis [Hospital], 22 (13): 641-648, 2 July 1992. [Reprinted translated portions of text and all figures. This is the bi-weekly research publication of the national Institute of Health in The Netherlands. Savage, Grant T., John D. Blair, Ritch L. Sorenson, & John A. Buesseler. "Negotiating with Interactive Scenarios and Strategies," Physician Executive Journal of Management, 16:3 (May/June, 1991): 4-10. Blair, John D. and Kimberly B. Boal, "Strategy Formation Processes in Health Care Organizations, " 1991 Yearly Review of Management. A special issue of the Journal of Management, 16:2 (Summer, 1991): 305-344. Blair, John D., Grant T. Savage, Carlton J. Whitehead, & Susan B. Dymond. "Negotiating for More Than a Slice of the Pie," Physician Executive Journal of Management, 16:2 (March/April, 1991): 3-9. Fottler, Myron D., Robert L. Phillips, John D. Blair and Catherine A. Duran. "Achieving Competitive Advantage Through Strategic Human Resource Management," Hospital and Health Services Administration, 35:3 (Fall, 1990): 341-363. The preceding article is reprinted in: Levey, S. (Ed.), Hospital Leadership and Accountability. Ann Arbor, MI: Health Administration Press, 1992), pp. 325-348.
  • 11. John D. Blair 11 February, 2004 Blair, John D., Charles R. Slaton and Grant T. Savage, "Hospital-Physician Joint Ventures: A Strategic Approach for Both Dimensions of Success," Hospital and Health Services Administration, 35:1 (Spring, 1990): 3-26. Blair, John D., Grant T. Savage, and Carlton J. Whitehead, "A Strategic Approach for Negotiating with Hospital Stakeholders," Health Care Management Review, 14:1 (Winter, 1989): 13-24. Fottler, Myron D., John D. Blair, Carlton J. Whitehead, Michael D. Laus, and Grant T. Savage, "Assessing Key Stakeholders: Who Matters to Hospitals and Why?" Hospital and Health Services Administration, 34:4 (Winter, 1989): 525-546. Whitehead, Carlton J., Susan Y. Stanton, John A. Buesseler, and John D. Blair, "Stakeholder Management Strategies for Physician Executives,” Physician Executive Journal of Management, 15:4 (July-August, 1989): 2-6. Blair, John D., John A. Buesseler, Susan Y. Stanton, and Carlton J. Whitehead, "Stakeholder Issues for the Physician Executive," Physician Executive Journal of Management, 15:3 (May-June, 1989): 9-14. Savage, Grant T. and John D. Blair, "The Importance of Relationships in Hospital Negotiation Strategies," Hospital and Health Services Administration, 34:2 (Summer, 1989): 231-253. Whitehead, Carlton J., John D. Blair, Robert R. Smith, Tim W. Nix, & Grant T. Savage. "Stakeholder Supportiveness and Strategic Vulnerability: Implications for the HMO Industry's Competitive Strategy," Health Care Management Review, 14:3 (Summer, 1989): 65-76. Blair, John D., Grant S. Savage and Carlton J. Whitehead, " Negotiating Strategically with Hospital Stakeholders," Best Papers Proceedings 1988: Academy of Management, pp. 80-84. Blair, John D. and Carlton J. Whitehead, "Too Many on the Seesaw: Stakeholder Diagnosis and Management for Hospitals," Hospital and Health Services Administration, 33:2 (Summer, 1988): 153-166. The preceding article is reprinted in: Levey, S. (Ed.), Hospital Leadership and Accountability. Ann Arbor, MI: Health Administration Press, 1992), pp. 59-72. Research on Strategic Processes Outside of the Health Care Industry: Blair, John D. and Joan B. Rivera, "A Stakeholder Management Perspective on Strategic Leadership,” pp. 81-98 in Robert L. Phillips and James G. Hunt (eds.) Strategic Leadership (New York: Quorum Publishers, 1992). Savage, Grant T., Timothy W. Nix, Carlton J. Whitehead & John D. Blair. "Strategies for Assessing and Managing Stakeholders." Academy of Management Executive, 5:2 (May, 1991): 61-75. Savage, G. T., T. W. Nix, C. J. Whitehead & J. D. Blair. "Beyond the Squeaky Wheel: Strategies for Assessing and Managing Stakeholders." Best Papers Proceedings 1990: Academy of Management, pp. 149-153. Savage, Grant T., John D. Blair and Ritch L. Sorenson, "Consider Both Relationships and Substance When Negotiating Strategically." Academy of Management Executive, 3:1 (February, 1989): 37-48. The preceding article is reprinted in (selected):
  • 12. John D. Blair 12 February, 2004 Ivancevich, M. & M.T. Matteson. Organizational Behavior and Management, 3rd Ed. Homewood, IL: Irwin, 1993, pp. 416-429. Lewicki, R., J. Minton & D. M. Saunders. Negotiation: Reading, Exercises and Cases, 2nd Ed. Homewood, IL: Irwin, 1993, pp. 53-70. Hellriegel, D., J. W. Slocum & R. Woodman. Organizational Behavior, 6th Ed. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Company, 1992, pp. 480-488. Johnson, Brad, B.R. Baliga and John D. Blair, "Chapter 11: Social Advantage and Social Anathema?" Journal of Business Ethics, 5 (1986): 51-61. Research on the Application of Japanese Management Techniques: Phillips, Robert L., Catherine A. Duran, John D. Blair, Mark F. Peterson, Grant T. Savage, and Carlton J. Whitehead, "Quality Circles in Healthcare Organizations: Pitfalls and Promises,” in N. Metzger (ed.), Handbook of Health Care Human Resources Management, 2nd Ed. (Rockville, MD: Aspen, 1990): 137-146. Blair, John D. and Carlton J. Whitehead, "Can Quality Circles Survive in the United States?" Business Horizons, (September/October, 1984): 17-23. Blair, John D. and Kenneth D. Ramsing, "Quality Circles and Production/Operations Management: Concerns and Caveats," Journal of Operations Management, 4, 1 (November, 1983): 1-9. Ramsing, Kenneth D. and John D. Blair, "An Expression of Concern About Quality Circles," Best Papers Proceedings 1982: Academy of Management, pp. 323-327. Blair, John D. and Jerome V. Hurwitz, "Quality Circles for American Firms? Some Unanswered Questions and their implications for Managers,” in Sang M. Lee and Gary Schwendiman (eds.) Management by Japanese Systems (New York: Praeger Publishers, 1982): 450-459. Blair, John D., Jerome V. Hurwitz and Stanley L. Cohen, "Quality Circles: Practical Considerations for Public Managers,” Public Productivity Review, VI, 1-2 (March-June, 1982): 9-18. The preceding article is reprinted in: Production Management and Control, 10, 6 (November and December, 1982): 21-23.
  • 13. John D. Blair 13 February, 2004 Research on Military Organization and Management: Gilroy, Curtis L., Robert L. Phillips and John D. Blair, "The All-Volunteer Army: Fifteen Years Later,” Armed Forces and Society, 16, 3 (Spring, 1990): 329-350. Phillips, Robert L., John D. Blair and Neal Schmitt, "Beyond Group Cohesion: The Concept of Organizational Synergy and its Impact on Performance," National Journal of Sociology, 1, 2 (Fall, 1987): 140-171. Blair, John D. and Carlton J. Whitehead, "Developing Long-Term Adaptability and Innovativeness in the U. S. Army", in J. G. Hunt and John D. Blair (eds.), Leadership on the Future Battlefield. (New York: Pergamon Press, 1985): 248-260. Whitehead, Carlton J. and John D. Blair, "Designing and Leading the Army of the Future: A Paradigmatic Perspective", in J. G. Hunt and John D. Blair (eds.), Leadership on the Future Battlefield. (New York: Pergamon, 1985): 133-148. Blair, John D. and Robert L. Phillips, "Job Satisfaction Among Youth in Military and Civilian Work Setting", Armed Forces and Society, 9, 4 (Summer, 1983): 555-568. Blair, John D., Richard C. Thompson and David R. Segal, "Race and Job Satisfaction in the U. S. Army" in James Brown, Michael J. Collins and Franklin D. Margiotta (eds.), Changing Military Manpower Realities (Boulder: Westview Press, 1983): 129-154. Segal, David R., John D. Blair, Joseph Lengermann and Richard Thompson, "Institutional and Occupational Values in the U. S. Military," in James Brown, Michael J. Collins and Franklin D. Margiotta (eds.), Changing Military Manpower Realities (Boulder: Westview Press, 1983): 107-127. Blair, John D., "Internal and External Integration Among Soldiers,” Journal of Political and Military Sociology Vol. 8 (Fall, 1980): 227-242. Segal, David R., Barbara A. Lynch, and John D. Blair, "The Changing American Soldier: Work-Related Attitudes of U. S. Army Personnel in World War II and the 1970s,” American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 85, No. 1 (July, 1979): 95-108. Blair, John D., "Social and Value Integration of Youth in the Military," Youth and Society Vol. 10, No. 1 (September, 1978): 33-46. Blair, John D., "Emerging Youth Attitudes and the Military," pp. 155-177 in Franklin D. Margiotta (ed.) The Changing World of the American Military (Boulder: Westview Press, 1978). Segal, David R. and John D. Blair, "Public Confidence in the U. S. Military," Armed Forces and Society 3 (Fall, 1976): 3-11. Blair, John D. and Jerald G. Bachman, "The Public View of the Military," in Nancy Goldman and David R. Segal (eds.) The Social Psychology of Military Service (Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1976). Bachman, Jerald G. and John D. Blair, " 'Citizen Force' or 'Career Force?' Implications for Ideology in the All- Volunteer Force," Armed Force and Society 2 (Fall, 1975): 81-96. The preceding article is reprinted in: Nancy Goldman and David R. Segal (eds.) The Social Psychology of Military Service (Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1976).
  • 14. John D. Blair 14 February, 2004 Segal, David R., John D. Blair, Frank Newport and Susan Stephens, "Convergence, Isomorphism and Interdependence at the Civil-Military Interface," Journal of Political and Military Sociology 2 (Fall, 1974)” 157-172. The preceding article is reprinted in: George A. Kourvetaris and Betty Dobratz (eds.) World Perspectives in the Sociology of the Military (New York: Transaction Press, 1977). Research on the Sociology of Management as a Science: Hunt, James G. and John D. Blair, "Content, Process, and the 'Matthew Effect' Among Management Researchers," Journal of Management, 13, 2 (Summer, 1987): 191-210. Blair, John D. and James G. Hunt, "Getting Inside the Head of the Management Researcher One More Time: Context-Free and Context-Specific Orientations in Research, " Journal of Management, 12, 2 (Summer, 1986): 147-166. Professional and Institutional Service Professional Service (Selected, Not Listed Elsewhere): Recent Speaking Roles: Speaker, “Bioterrorism and Homeland Security: Challenges and Strategies” First Annual Reserve Forces Policy Board Total Force Symposium Symposium Theme: “Strategic Challenges in Balancing American Military Power: Creating the Total Force Vision” National Defense University, Washington, DC, May 2003 Moderator, “Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Issues” Congressional Border Issues Conference (For US and Mexican Members of Congress) Members’ Room, Library of Congress, March 2003 Leadership Roles: Chair, Health Care Administration Division, Academy of Management, 1991-1992. Board of Governors, Southern Management Association, 1986-1989. Chair, Managed Care Faculty Forum, Association of University Programs in Health Administration, 2000-2002. Regent’s Advisory Council, American College of Healthcare Executives, 1992-1997. Council, Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, 1987-1995 Editorial Roles: Founding Series Co-Editor, Advances in Health Care Management, JAI/Elsevier, 1998-present Founding Co-Editor, Yearly Review of Management, 1985-1987 Associate Editor, Journal of Management, 1983-1986
  • 15. John D. Blair 15 February, 2004 Associate Editor, Armed Forces and Society, 1983-1995 Editorial Boards: Health Care Management Review, 1999-2002 National Journal of Sociology, 1987-present Journal of Political and Military Sociology, 1979-1983 Institutional Service (Selected, Not Listed Elsewhere): System (University & Health Sciences Center) Roles: Chair, Bioterrorism Faculty Forum, 2002-Present Chair, Health Organization Management Executive Committee, 1985-1994, 1999-2000 University Roles: Member, Center for Public Service Advisory Board, 1981-1994 Member, Faculty Senate, 1985-1988 College Roles: Chair and Member, Promotion, Tenure and Post-Tenure Review Committee, Multiple Years Member, Merit Committee, Multiple Years Chair and Member, Research Advisory Board, Multiple Years Doctoral Education (Selected, Not Listed Elsewhere): Chair, Doctoral Dissertation Committees, Multiple Students Most Recent Graduates: G. Tyge Payne, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington, 2001 Timothy W. Nix, PhD, Texas Tech University, 1998 Member, Doctoral Dissertation Committees, Multiple Students Chair and Member, Doctoral Studies and Comprehensive Committees, Multiple Years Chair and Member, Doctoral Comprehensive Committees, Multiple Years Faculty Member, Doctoral Seminar in Strategic Management, Multiple Years Personal: Digs Cool Jazz. Avid (but coordination-challenged) golfer. Builder of custom golf clubs.

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