Doctor of Philosophy, Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis, Organizational Development, International Management
D.E.S.S. (Master of Business Administration), Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis
Bachelor of Arts, Whitworth College, French
What year did you start teaching at AU
Why teach at AU?
I enjoy researching and teaching in a Christian context and perspective.
Christian foster care and adoption, organizing and leading mission trips
Notable achievements outside of discipline
Worked with wife to start Christian foster care and small business development in Nepali churches to decrease trafficking of young girls.
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Went with wife and kids on a 26-day camping tour of the United States from coast to coast.
How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?
You are put into a country team and tasked to look at the development of a new product/service in that country. Goals are to learn about other cultures and business, working in groups and improving your presentation skills.
Maxey E., Moore, J., Hanson, W. (2016). Book title: Handbook of Research on Training Evaluation in the Modern Workforce. Accepted book chapter: “Impetus for Culture Transformation: Disabled Employee Pre-Hire Training”. IGI Global, Hershey PA.
Hanson, W., Moore, J., Bachleda, C., Canterbury, A., Franco, C., Marion, A., et al. Moral development of the business student: Case study comparison between Brazil, USA and Morocco. Accepted for publication in Academy of Management: Learning & Education (2016).
Moore, Jeffrey, Hanson, William, Maxey, Evie, Kraemer, Larry. (2015). Fully integrated inclusive organization: beyond accommodation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of theAcademy of Management, Vancouver BC Canada. Benedictine University Best Paper Award for Outstanding Scholar-Practitioner Collaboration – Management Consulting Division.
Hanson, W. & Moore, J. (2014) Business student moral influencers: Unseen opportunities for development? Academy of Management Learning & Education, December 2014, Vol 13, No 4. p. 525-546.
Moore, J. & Hanson, W. (2014) Why business students make the ethical decisions they make. Proceedings of Institute of Strategic and International Studies Conference.
Moore, J., Hanson, W., Jiang, X., Rivera, C., McDonald, P., Moore, R. & Messana, C. J. (2014). Why go to Minor Care? A Patient Decision Making Process. International Journal of Management Excellence, Vol. 3, No. 3, p. 487-493, Aug. 2014.
Hanson, W., Moore, J., Whitesides, C., Foxx, M., Ramirez, M., Hickman, J. & Jordan, E. (2014). Why go to the Emergency Room? A Patient Decision Making Process. International Journal of Management Excellence, Vol. 3, No. 3, p. 480-486, Aug. 2014.
Hanson, W., Moore, J. “Ethical decision-making by business students: factors of influence” (2013). Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies (EJBO), Jyväskylä, Finland, Spring 2013 issue.
Moore, J. “Marketing na contabilidade solidifica a marca do profissional” (2013) (Your marketing brand in the accounting profession) Gestor Contabil, Professional CPA Journal of Sao Paulo Brazil (CRCSP), Issue 5 2013.
Moore, J., Goodwin, D. “Reducing voluntary turnover through improving employee self-awareness, creating transparent organizational cultures, and increasing career development” (2012). Springer Publications, Indian Institute of Science –Bangalore, India July 2012.
Moore, J., Kizer, L., Jeon, P. “Leading groups to create healthy culture through accomplishing tasks aligned to strategy” (2011). International Journal of Management & Information Systems – Second Quarter 2011, Volume 15, Number 2.
Jeffrey has lived in England, France, Germany, India, Nepal and Romania and worked in more than 30 countries. He believes it is part of his role as a Christian professional to focus on practical, innovative and Biblical skill development.