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Research and Publications

Saunders College of Business research is published in the world's most respected, peer-reviewed journals and academic publications. For an annual review of highlighted scholarly research from Saunders Faculty, please visit the RIT Annual Scholarship Report, or for a full list including the latest published results, please see below.

Research topics

You’ll find thought leadership at Saunders College goes beyond our academic areas. Our faculty expertise extends to a variety of relevant topics that often cross the usual defined boundaries. This collaborative approach helps you learn how to work across functions and create solutions that shape the future.

Some featured research topics include: Cybersecurity, Social media and entrepreneurship, Fraud and litigation risk, Auditing and pricing decisions, Financial regulations, Stock market trading algorithms, Creativity in technology management, Corporate social responsibility, Social capital and work relationships, Leadership, and IT adoption in U.S. healthcare.

Faculty Research

  • ogilvie, dt, (2002). A fresh approach- Kmart strayed from success by making classic mistakes. Now it must reinvent itself once again if it wants to survive.. The Star-Ledger.
  • ogilvie, dt, Ford, C., (1996). The Role of Creative Action in Organizational Learning and Change. Journal of Organizational Change Management.
  • ogilvie, dt, (2018). Boom or Bust? Demystifying Trump's Deplorable Economics. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal.
  • ogilvie, dt, Parker, P., (1996). Gender, culture, and leadership: Toward a culturally distinct model of African American women executives' leadership strategies. Leadership Quarterly.
  • ogilvie, dt, Parker, P., (1996). Gender, culture, and leadership: Toward a culturally distinct model of African American women executives&apos&#x3b; leadership strategies. Leadership Quarterly.
  • ogilvie, dt, (1995). Any Expert Can Teach. Or Can She?. The Teaching Scholar.
  • ogilvie, dt, (1995). Profiting from a PhD.. The Bottom Line.
  • ogilvie, dt, (1995). Any Expert Can Teach. Or Can She?. The Teaching Scholar.
  • ogilvie, dt, Fitzsimmons, J., (1990). Should Your Global Strategy Include China?. Business Perspectives.
  • ogilvie, dt, Liedtka, J., (2007). Editors&apos&#x3b; Note- Special Issue: Design and Business. Journal of Business Strategy.
  • ogilvie, dt, Kirkman, D., Simms, S., (2016). An Examination of Cluster and Non-Cluster Firms&apos&#x3b; Knowledge-Based Activities . International Journal of Innovation Management.
  • ogilvie, dt, Jiao, H., Cui, Y., (2010). An Empirical Study of Mechanisms to Enhance Entrepreneurs' Capabilities through Entrepreneurial Learning in an Emerging Market. The Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship.
  • ogilvie, dt, Kirkman, D., Simms, S., (2016). An Examination of Cluster and Non-Cluster Firms' Knowledge-Based Activities . International Journal of Information Management.
  • ogilvie, dt, (1998). Creative Action as a Dynamic Strategy: Using Imagination to Improve Strategic Solutions in Unstable Environments. Journal of Business Research.
  • ogilvie, dt, Simms, S., (2009). The Impact of Creativity Training on an Accounting Negotiation. Group Decision and Negotiation.
  • ogilvie, dt, Jiao, H., Cui, Y., (2010). An Empirical Study of Mechanisms to Enhance Entrepreneurs&apos&#x3b; Capabilities through Entrepreneurial Learning in an Emerging Market. The Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship.
  • ogilvie, dt, Cummings, S., Bilton, C., (2015). Toward a New Understanding of Creative Dynamics: From One-Size-Fits-All Models to Multiple and Dynamic Forms of Creativity . Technology Innovation Management Review.
  • ogilvie, dt, Lucas, L., (2006). Things Are Not Always What They Seem: How Reputation, Culture, and Incentives Influence Knowledge Transfer. The Learning Organization: An International Journal.
  • ogilvie, dt, Fitzsimmons, J., (1990). Should Your Global Strategy Include China?. Business Perspectives.
  • ogilvie, dt, Cummings, S., Bilton, C., (2015). Toward a New Understanding of Creative Dynamics: From One-Size-Fits-All Models to Multiple and Dynamic Forms of Creativity . Technology Innovation Management Review.

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