Mr. Daniel S. Zisk
Lecturer of in the Management Department
Started at JMU: 2007
Master of Teaching - University of Virginia
M.B.A. - Darden School of Business, University of Virginia
M.A. - Stanford University - Chinese
B.A. - University of Virginia - Asian Studies
Current Courses Taught:
COB 202 - Interpersonal Skills
MGT 340 - International Management
MBA 695 - Cultural Awareness Experience
Asian Culture and Business
Customer and Channel Marketing
Hiking, cooking, travel, all kinds of music, playing saxophone
Daly, P.S., White, M.E., Zisk, D.S., Cavazos, D.E. (2013). "Problem-Based Teaching in International Management: A Political/Economic Risk Assessment Exercise," Journal of Teaching in International Business, Vol. 23, issue 4.
Kolodinsky, R.W., Madden, T.M., Zisk, D.S., Henkel, E.T. (2010). Attitudes about Corporate Social Responsibility: Business Student Perspectives. Journal of Business Ethics.
Strategic Business Director, Asia - Colfax Corporation
Vice President, Business Development and Finance, Adenosine Therapeutics, LLC
Director, Consumer Service Systems - Kerry BeveragesLtd.
Director, Customer and Channel Marketing - Coca-Cola China Ltd.
Bottler Operations Manager, North China - Coca-Cola China Ltd.
Manager, Beijing Office - CET, Inc.
Consultant - Focus groups for non-profit organizations
Studied and worked for over eleven years in East Asia, including China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Japan.
Industry experience includes beverages, drug development, industrial products, and tourism.
Fluent in Mandarin Chinese.