Fall 2014 Office Hours

Please contact Professor Markulis

 

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
Fall 2014 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 organization
    s; 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.
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MGMT 385:
SpecTop-Bus:Small Bus Mgmt Sem

    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 req
    uirements 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.
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MGMT 390:
Strategic Management

    A capstone course for business school majors emphasizing an integrated, total quality approach to organizational objectives, strategies, and policies. Through case studies and other managerial projec
    ts, students learn and apply the processes of strategy formulation, implementation, and evaluation to best achieve an organization's goals. Prerequisites: MGMT 300, MGMT 311, MGMT 331, and senior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors and minors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business.
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