|Present||Adjunct Professor, Nova Southeastern University ‐ H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship|
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2016 - Present||Community Affairs Task Force, Nova Southeastern University, Engagement Committee and HCBE Community Affairs Task Force||2016 - Present||Representative, Nova Southeastern University, HCBE Academic Integrity Committee||2015 - Present||College Representative, Nova Southeastern University, Community Collaboration Committee||2010 - Present||Member, Curriculum Committee||2007 - Present||Board of Directors Member, Youth Ethics Initiative, Inc.||2003 - Present||Faculty Advisor, Nova Southeastern University, NSU Rotaract Club||2002 - Present||Assistant Governor, Rotary District 6990||2002 - Present||Educational Liaison, Rotary Florida Youth Exchange Program and Broward County Schools||2002 - Present||Assistant Governor of Rotary District 6990, Rotary International||2000 - Present||Editorial Board, Journal of Management and Entrepreneurship||2012 - 2013||Committee Member, Internal Review Committee for International Management||2011 - 2013||Team Member, Nova Southeastern University, NSU Performance Management Project||2011 - 2012||Chair, Curriculum Committee||2011||Invited Speaker and Discussant, HR Summit , Hallandale, FL.||2008 - 2009||Coordinator, Postgraduate Studies Center at Uganda Christian University||2007 - 2008||IRB Alternate Representative, Nova Southeastern University, IRB Committee||2006 - 2008||Responder, Rotary Student Visitors Program of Rotary District 6990||2003 - 2006||Assistant Director of Membership, Academy of Management||1999 - 2000||President, Rotary International||1990 - 1991||President, Rotary International|
|1976||Ph.D., Political Science (Public Administration and Business Combined Program), University of California, Los Angeles|
|1963||M.P.A., Public Administration, Syracuse University|
|1962||B.S., Political Science and Public Administration, California State University|
Oil and Governance in Uganda Journal of Public Administration and Governance (2015)
Many critical governance issues were created with the discovery of major oil deposits in Uganda. Because developing countries like Uganda lack strong institutional foundations, it is widely assumed that riches flowing from oil will result ...
Local Government Performance Assessment in Uganda Journal of African and Asian Local Government Studies (2015)
The Uganda government and its development partners have long been concerned that local governments in that country lacked adequate structural and financial resources to combat poverty effectively. In response to this challenge, assessment programs were ...
Task and Relationship Orientations of Ugandans and Americans International Business and Management (2013)
Uganda is emerging as a significant political and economic force on the African continent, but this landlocked nation remains largely a mystery within the international community. The study seeks to build a better understanding of ...
Organization Commitment and Organization Citizenship Behavior: The Moderating Role of Work Place Spirituality International Journal of Business Research (2012)
The relationship between organization commitment and organization citizenship behavior has been frequently investigated in the literature. What has received less attention is the role that workplace spirituality plays in this relationship. This study examines the ...
The Influence of Contextual Factors on Teachers' Entrepreneurial Intentions in Uganda: The Moderating Role of Cultural and Institutional Dimensions Review of Business Research (2012)
The entrepreneurship teacher is a key factor in the promotion of entrepreneurship education, and hence should practice what he/she teaches by, at minimum, exhibiting a positive attitude towards the practice of entrepreneurship, or where possible ...
A Long-Term Study of Sex Differences in Attitudes towards Women’s Roles in Society, in the Military, and in Combat Journal of the North American Management Society (2008)
This study explored changes in attitudes towards women’s roles in society, particularly the military, from 1993 to 2004 using the Spence, Helmreich and Stapp (1973) Attitudes towards Women scale. The researchers surveyed 500 respondents in ...
A Preliminary Exploration of Generational Similarities and Differences in Values between the US, UK, Iceland, Japan, Korea, Colombia and the Philippines DLSU Business & Economica Review (2008)
Generational similarities and differences among working adults in the United States, United Kingdom, Iceland, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, and Colombia were investigated using the Rokeach Value Survey (RVS). Hypotheses were supported for cross-cultural generational differences ...
Books and Book Contributions (1)
Uganda and Entrepreneurship Education Capitalism and Its Challenges Across Borders: Perspectives from the Asian, African and American Continents (2014)
Economic systems, especially capitalism, must stand on a foundation of morality and justice for the rich and poor alike if it is to be sustainable over time. The idea is to create sustainable forms of ...