Robert W. Boozer
Professor of Management and International Business
Robert W. Boozer has more than 30 years experience teaching management courses focusing primarily on the "people" side of business: leadership, personality, motivation, teamwork, organizational politics and so on. He has also been active in conducting training workshops for people from both the public and private sector. His research interests focus on the relationship of Jung's psychological types and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator→ to politics.
- D.B.A, management, Mississippi State University
- M.B.A, management, Mississippi State University
- B.S., banking and finance, University of Florida
- Advanced Studies in Organizational Behavior
- Designing and Empowering Organizational Culture
- Organizational Theory and Behavior
- Jung's psychological types, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
- Organizational Politics
- Political Orientation
- Critical Management Studies
- "A Study of the Relationship among Psychological Type, Emotional Intelligence, and the Work Outcomes of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment." Journal of Psychological Type, 70(11): 123-133, 2010. With M. Engstrom, M. Forte, and N. Maddox.
- "The Relationship of Psychological Type to Political Self-Perceptions, Political Opinions, and Political Party Membership." Journal of Psychological Type, 67(3): 17-29, 2007. With M. Forte.
- "Management Stories We Tell and Patriarchy: The Mythological Connection." TAMARA: Journal of Critical Postmodern Organization Science, 5(3/4): 131-164, 2006. With E. N. Maddox and M. Forte.