Fall 2014 Office Hours

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Interests:

Management 

 

Peter M. Markulis

Professor of Strategic Management and Small Business Management

School of Business

South Hall 117C
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-5426
markulis@geneseo.edu

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Faculty Information

Education

  • B.A., Diocesen Preparatory Academy
  • M.A, St. John Vianney
  • Ph.D., SUNY Buffalo

Research Interests

Dr. Markulis' research interests are in the areas of small business, entrepreneurship and simulation.

Publications and Professional Activities

  • Markulis, P. and D. Strang. (2013). “Follow the Leader II,” presentation at Association of Business Simulation and Experiential Learning (vol. 40).
  • Markulis, P. and Strang, D. (2013). “Follow the Leader II,” published in the conference proceedings of Association of Business Simulation and Experiential Learning (vol. 40).
  • Kirk, A., Markulis, P. and Strang, D. (2013). “OB Simulation: A Hands-On Demonstration.” Presentation at Association of Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, vol. 40.
  • Kirk, A., Markulis, P. and Strang, D. (2013). OB Simulation: A Hands-On Demonstration,” published in the conference proceedings of the Association of Business Simulation and Experiential Learning (vol 40).
  • Sashittal, H.C., A.R. Jassawalla and P. Markulis. (2012). “Students’ perspective into the apathy and social disconnectedness they feel in undergraduate business classrooms,” Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 10(3), 413-446.

Affiliations

  • Association of Business Simulation and Experiential Learning
My Classes

MGMT 300:
Organizational Behavior

    A study of theories of organizational culture, behavior, and design. This course will focus upon individual behavior within groups and organizations; leadership and decision-making within organizations; organizational culture and design; group dynamics, total quality, and demographic diversity issues within organizations; and various macro-environmental influences on organizations, e.g. technology, ethical issues, global considerations, and environmental demographic diversity. Prerequisites: Junior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors and minors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business.

MGMT 385:
Special Topics in Business:

    This course involves the study of a specialized topic in business. Students may take this course for credit up to two times under different subtitles; it may be used only once to count toward the requirements of any School of Business major or minor. Prerequisites: Senior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors and minors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Offered every year.

MGMT 390: