Steven F. Freeman

Academic Positions

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page last modified: 04/28/2017
Philadelphia University, 2016-present
 
Develop research methods curriculum and practicum for new doctoral program designed for senior executives to address current problems and issues in industry. Teach research methods courses.
 
University of Pennsylvania, 2000-present
 
Faculty appointments at the Wharton School, School of Arts and Sciences, the Center for Organizational Dynamics, the Wharton Entrepreneurial Center, and the Ackoff Collaboratory for Advancement of Systems Approach
 
Developed and taught a broad array of distinctive courses often rated among the highest at the University. Noted for innovative teaching materials, exercises and experiences, including innovation tours and award-winning business cases.
 
Sponsored research on organizational resiliency, employee ownership, and a broad range of other topics including election fraud. Recipient of multiple research grants and awards. Papers have been among the most downloaded in the history of the Scholarly Commons Digital Library.
 
Rutgers University, 2011-2012
School of Management and Labor Relations, New Brunswick, NJ
Louis O. Kelso Fellowship for employee ownership research
 
Sabanci University Executive Development December, 2009
Visiting Professor, Istanbul, Turkey
Crisis preparedness and Organizational Resilience
 
INCAE (Central American Institute of Business Administration),  1998-2003
Professor of Management, Alajuela, Costa Rica; Managua, Nicaragua
 
INCAE was founded by the Harvard Business School and Organization of American States to serve as what is still Latin America’s only international business school, attracting top students from throughout the region and interchange students from around the world. The executive education program is among the world’s largest, training regional leaders from all professions.
 
Universidad de San Andrés, 2002
Karel Steuer Chaired Professor (Visiting) in Entrepreneurship, Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
Courses, research and public lectures on Entrepreneurship and Resilience. The Karel Steuer chair is the only chaired professorship of entrepreneurship in Latin America.
 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management, 1994-1998
Cambridge, MA
Teaching Assistant (Eric Von Hippel); New Enterprises course
Research Assistant (Tom Malone), MIT Center for Coordination Science

Research Assistant (Peter Senge), MIT Organizational Learning Center

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