Gordon W. Meyer, PhD Chair, Management; Professor of Management
BA, Sociology — University of Delaware
MOB (Master of Organizational Behavior) — Brigham Young University
PhD, Organizational Behavior — New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University
Prior to beginning his 20 plus years as a management educator, Dr. Meyer worked full-time at General Motors in human resources and organizational consulting and in the public sector in training and development. He has also consulted to Harley-Davidson Corp., the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Moore Business Forms, and Tenneco Oil, among other clients.
Dr. Meyer is the author or co-author of articles which have appeared in Human Relations, the Journal of Organizational Change Management, Administrative Science Quarterly, and other professional publications. He currently serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Management Education.
Dr. Meyer served on the Board of Directors of the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management as well as serving on the Merit Board of Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
Dr. Meyer designed the "Empowerment and Workplace Teams" course taught at Canisius College and co-designed "Introduction to Management." Among other college appointments, he has served as a freshman advisor, as faculty advisor to the student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management, and as a member of the Faculty Senate, the Student Development Committee of the college’s Business Advisory Council, and the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.
- Evaluation, Planning, Staffing & Training
- Managing Change in Organization
- Teams in the Workplace