Dougan, William

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Management
Position
PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-1159
Office Location
HH 4513

Select Publications:

 

Author(s) Year Article Title Journal Name Volume Issue Pages
Vanevenhoven, J., Winkel, D., Dougan, W., Malewicki, D., & Bronson, J. 2011 Varieties of Bricolage and the Process of Entrepreneurship. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship. 14 2 53-66

COBE Faculty Service Award
2015
COBE
UWW Faculty Service Award
2015
University of Wisconsin Whitewater
CEO Chapter Advisor of the Year
November 2015
Collegiate ENtreprneurs ORganization
Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award
August 2012
OMT Division of Academy of Managment
COBE Faculty Service Award
2011
COBE
Best Chapter Advisor
November 2010
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
Four National Awards
November 2010
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
Winner of Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award for
August 2010
OMT Division of Academy of Management
Entrepreneur Idol
November 2009
Northwestern University
Second Place Best Chapter Advisor
November 2009
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
Four Awards
October 2009
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
Outstanding Student Organization Advisor
May 2009
UW Leadership Center
Winner of Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award for
2005
OMT Division of Academy of Management
Reviewer Award
2002
Entrepreneurship Track of Midwest Academy of Management
Reviewer Award - Entrepreneurship Track of Midwest Academy of Management
2002
Midwest Academy of Management
Reviewer Award - OB/OT Track of Midwest Academy of Management
2002
Midwest Academy of Management
Winner of Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award for
1998
OMT Division of Academy of Management
Winner of Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award for
1996
OMT Division of Academy of Management
Winner of Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award for
1996
OMT Division of Academy of Management

Ph.D
Business and Public Administration
Cornell University
1987
M.S
Organizational Theory and Behavior. Minors in Business Policy and Sociology.
Cornell University
1982
B.S.
Business Administration
The University of Kansas
1978

American Sociological Association
Current
Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization
2006 - Current
Wisconsin Innovation Network
2006 - Current
Academy of Management
2007 - 2008
Midwest Academy of Management
October 2007 - September 2008

“Running a Business Plan Contest.”
A Dynamic Matrix Method Approach to Venturing
David Gee
A Grid Based Optimization Algorithm to Select Intertwined Markets That Maximize Trading Returns
Athula D. A. Gunawardena, and Patrick E. Monaghan
The art and science of the perfect elevator pitch
Big Data, Data Science and Competitive Strategy
TREPiCAN Business Model Design Workshop
David Gee
Contracting in Academe: Universities and International Services Entrepreneurship,”
Idea Tournaments, Commons-Based Peer Production and the Sciences of the Artificial in the Generation of New Enterprises
Optimal Selection of an Independent Set of Cliques in a Market Graph,”
Athula D. A. Gunawardena, Robert R. Meyer, Patrick E. Monaghan and Choton Basu
Wingtips to Dancing Shoes: Institutional Dynamics of Strategic Planning in a Privatizing Public Firm
ZDavid Jennings
Running a Business Plan Contest
Junior Faculty Paper Development Workshop
Candace Jones and Eero Vaara
OMT and Sense making
“Determinants of Capital Provider Evaluations of Oral New Venture Proposals
Christopher Brooks
“Bridges, Bets and Holes in the Walls: opening up opportunities for venture development inside colleges and universities
“Business Plan Creation
“Starting and Operating a Venture Planning Contest
Anthony Gierczak
“What Does a Campus Committed to Entrepreneurship Look Like and How do We Get There?
Understanding International Exchange Relationships in Management Education: Considering the Economics of Transaction and Agency
Linda Reid
Managing International Agreements and Contracts
Linda Reid
Crafting International Exchange Relationships in Management Education: A New Contracting Perspective
Kristin Khail
Crafting International Exchange Relationships in Management Education: A New Contracting Perspective
Linda Reid
The Case for Using Multiagent Systems in International Supply Chains
Parental Divorce and Offspring’s Marital Quality: Revisiting Ruben Hill’s Theory of Family Adaptation to Stress
Susan Kahl, Lynn Mulkey and Pamela Ray Koch
Best Practices for Teaching Entrepreneurship
James Bronson
Inducing Faith: How Novice and Nascent Entrepreneurs Can Convince Reluctant Stakeholders
Louise Tourigny
The Role of Technology as a Competitive Weapon in Each of the Five Phases of Growth
Maria Hizon and James Bronson
Resisting Reliability: An Institutional Approach to Explaining Regulatory Outcomes in Aviation
Resisting Reliability: An Institutional Approach to Explaining Regulatory Outcomes in Aviation
Using Triadic Analysis to Determine the Origins of Errors in Actor Assessment of Advice Networks
Using Triadic Analysis to Determine the Origins of Errors in Actor Assessment of Advice Networks
Using Intitutional Theory to Explain Regulatory Outcomes in Aviation
Using Triadic Analysis to Determine the Origin of Error in Actor Assessments of Advice Networks.
Labor-Management Conflict and Industrial Accidents: Lessons from the Airline Industry
S. Havlovic
Labor-Management Conflict and Industrial Accidents: Lessons from the Airline Industry
S. Havlovic
An Entrepreneurship Minor/Cognate for Graduate Engineering Degrees
R. Schultz, A. Johnson, J. Wambsganss, C. Won, B. Giesinger, P. Osburnsen, J. Rydel, and T. Timpane
Using Triadic Analysis to Determine the Origin of Error in Actor Assessments of Advice Networks
An Entrepreneurship Minor/Cognate for Graduate Engineering Degrees
R. Schultz, A. Johnson, J. Wambsganss, C. Won, B. Giesinger, P. Osburnsen, J. Rydel, and T. Timpane
A Proposed Entrepreneurship Minor/Cognate for Graduate Engineering Degrees
B. Giesinger, A. Johnson, P. Osburnsen, J. Rydel, R. Schultz, T. Timpane
A Proposed Entrepreneurship Minor/Cognate for Graduate Engineering Degrees
B. Giesinger, A. Johnson, P. Osburnsen, J. Rydel, R. Schultz, T. Timpane
Multiple Pane Ceilings: Examining Barriers to Board Participation among Nurse Executives
Anna Kiehn
Multiple Pane Ceilings: Examining Barriers to Board Participation among Nurse Executives
Anna Kiehn
So Many Ways to Go Wrong: Classifying and Examining Inconsistencies in the Perceptions of Members of an Advice Network
Sheila Hanson
So Many Ways to Go Wrong: Classifying and Examining Inconsistencies in the Perceptions of Members of an Advice Network
Sheila Hanson
Do Part-Timers Pull Their Own Weight? Evidence from a Software-Intensive Industry
James Bronson
Do Part-Timers Pull Their Own Weight? Evidence from a Software-Intensive Industry
James Bronson
Triple Pane Ceilings: Identifying Multiple Barriers to Participation among Nurse Executives
Anna Kiehn
Triple Pane Ceilings: Identifying Multiple Barriers to Participation among Nurse Executives
Anna Kiehn
Network Externalities and Path Dependence: The Role of Organizational Strategy and Industry Practice
James Bronson
Consortium Affiliation and Travel Agency Performance: Birds of a Feather Beat Lone Wolves
James Bronson and Joann Krauss
Technology Adoption in an Industrial Community: Should Externalities Influence Policy
James Bronson

International Proceedings of Economic Development and Research
IACSIT Press
Vol. 29 Pg. 281-285
“Varieties of Bricolage and the Process of Entrepreneurship
New England Journal of Entrepreneurship
“What Makes a Great PDW?"
Academy of Management Annual Meeting Website
Vol. http://annualmeeting.aomonline.org/2010/docs/category/2-pdw Pg. 9 pages
Operational Information Systems Task Efficiency and Synergy
International Journal of Electronic Governance
Vol. 2 Iss. 2/3 Pg. 210-222
Starting and Operating a Venture Planning Contest
The Role of Technology as a Competitive Weapon in Each of the Five Phases of Growth
The ICFAI University Press
Pg. 25-35
Revisiting Ruben Hill's Theory of Familial Response to Stressors: The Mediating Role of Mental Outlook for Offspring of Divorce
Family and Consumer Science Research Journal
Vol. 36 Iss. 1 Pg. 5-21
What makes a good Professional Development Workshop
Newsletter of OMT Division of Academy of Management
Iss. Spring 2007 Pg. http://division.aomonline.org/omt/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=119&Itemid=101
The Mother Robinson Black Beaufort Cares Network: Security, Privacy and Confidentiality in a Shared Human Service Information System
Jones & Bartlett
Pg. 182-189
The Role of Technology as a Competitive Weapon in Each of the Five Phases of Growth
ICFAI Press
Pg. 3-13
What makes an award winning paper in a community of communities?
OMT Division of the Academy of Management
Iss. Fall 2006 Pg. http://division.aomonline.org/omt/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=96&Itemid=98
Internationalizing our research efforts
Newsletter of the OMT Division of the Academy of Management
Iss. Spring 2006 Pg. http://division.aomonline.org/omt/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=20&Itemid=99
Book Review: Social, Ethical and Policy Implication of Information Technology
Journal of Information Privacy and Security
Vol. 1 Iss. 4
Electronic Governance: Locals and Cosmopolitans “In and As” a Virtual Community
International Journal of Public Administration
Vol. 28 Iss. 7/8 Pg. 703-722
Revisiting Locals and Cosmopolitans “In and As” Electronic Governance: A Comparative Analysis of the Production of Academic Community
CRC Press
Pg. 107-126
OMT Research News
OMT Division of Academy of Management
Iss. Fall 2005
Nothing Succeeds Like Failure
Janesville Gazette
The Role of Technology as a Competitive Weapon in Each of the Five Phases of Growth
Small Business Advancement National Center Center
Iss. 391-2005
The Sociologist as Expert Witness: A Resource for Resolving Injustice in Employment Practices of a Social Service Agency
The North Dakota Journal of Human Services
Vol. 5 Iss. 1 Pg. 25-34
Explaining Executive Integrity: Governance, Charisma, Personality and Agency
Management Decision
Vol. 41 Iss. 10 Pg. 1035-1049
Suboptimal Technology Adoption: the Case of Computer Reservations Systems in the Travel Industry
Journal of High Technology Management Research
Iss. 14 Pg. 289-305
The Role of the Corporate Reputation for Multinational Firms: Accounting, Organizational and Market Considerations
Journal of Global Business
Iss. 14 Pg. 88-91
The Role of Corporate Reputation for Multinational Firms: Accounting, Organizational and Market Considerations
Journal of Global Business
Vol. 14 Iss. Fall Pg. 88-91
Architecture of Markets
Journal of Global Business
Vol. 14 Iss. Spring Pg. 87-90
A Proposed Entrepreneurship Minor/Cognate for Graduate Engineering Degrees
Proceedings of the 2001 Meetings of the North Midwest Section of American Society for Engineering Education
Consortium Affiliation and Travel Agency Performance: Evidence of Strength in Numbers
Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing
Vol. 11 Iss. 1 Pg. 1-16
Extending Mathematical Aggregation Strategies to Multiparameter Group Decisions
Small Group Research
Vol. 30 Iss. 2 Pg. 188-208
Consortium Affiliation and Travel Agency Performance: Birds of a Feather Beat Lone Wolves
Proceedings of the Travel and Tourism Research Association
Technology Adoption in a Industrial Community: Should Externalities Influence Policy
Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Management

Black and McDonald, Ltd
Toronto, Ontario CANADA
Provided lecture on Strategic Management of Technology

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