Professor Bryan Stinchfield earned his Ph.D. in Organization Studies from Southern Illinois University where he focused on Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, and Organizational Performance. Prior to entering academia, Professor Stinchfield was a pilot in the United States Army, a counter-terrorism officer, a sales representative for Pfizer, and a strategic sourcing consultant.
2009: Ph.D., Organization Studies, Southern Illinois University
2001: MBA, Strategy, University of Pittsburgh
1993: BA, Rhetorical Theory, University of Pittsburgh
Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, Organizational Performance
Gavor, M., & Stinchfield, B. 2013. “Towards a theory of corruption, nepotism, and new venture creation in developing countries,” International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 18 (1): 1-14.
Stinchfield, B., & Ní Bhrádaigh, E. 2013. June. “Blow-ins, locals and natives: Socio-cultural embeddedness, venture capabilities, and performance.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Management, Istanbul, Turkey.
Stinchfield, B., & Ní Bhrádaigh, E. 2013. June. “Blow-ins, locals and natives: Socio-cultural embeddedness, venture capabilities, and performance.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Lyon, France.
Stinchfield, B., and Silverberg*, R. 2012. June. "Entrepreneurship, Sustainability, and Civil Disorder." Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association of Business and Society Conference, Asheville, NC.
BOS 200: Strategies for Organizing
FND 130: Natural Resources and Conflict
BOS 215: Organizational Behavior
BOS 480: Eco-preneurship