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Dr. Charles Pringle



Professor of Management

Office: ZSH 624
Phone: (540) 568-3257

Email: pringlcd@jmu.edu

 

Recent Courses Taught
MGT 480 - Organizational Theory
COB 202 - Interpersonal Skills

Education
D.B.A. - University of Kentucky - Organizational Behavior
B.B.A. and M.B.A. - Baylor University

Research and Professional Interests
Organizational Behavior, Organization Theory, Motivation and Job Performance, Leadership

Key Publications
Pringle, Charles, and Mitri, Michel. "Assessment Practices
  in AACSB-Accredited Business Schools." JOURNAL OF EDUCATION
  FOR BUSINESS, 82, no. 4 (March/April 2007): 202-211

Pringle, Charles D., and Kroll, Mark J.  "Why Trafalgar Was Won
  Before It was Fought:  Lessons From Resource-Based Theory."
  ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT EXECUTIVE, 11, no. 2 (November 1997):
  73-89.

Pringle, Charles D. "Expectancy Theory: Its Applicability to Student
  Academic Performance." COLLEGE STUDENT JOURNAL, 29, no. 2 
 (June 1995): 249-255.

Pringle, Charles D.  "An Initial Test of a Theory of Individual
  Performance."  PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS 74, no. 6 (June 1994):
  963-973.

Campus and Community Involvement
Associate Dean for Academic Programs, JMU College of Business, 1997-2005
Head, Department of Management, JMU College of Business, 1986-1990

Experience
Consultant to organizations in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Texas
Buyer-Foley's, Houston
Rental Manager-Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation, Beaumont, Texas
Petty Officer-United States Navy, New London, Connecticut

Of Note
Interests away from work include 5K running and weekend motorcycling.