Carol Harvey, MBA

Professor Emerita

Degrees Earned

A.B., Anna Maria College; Sociology, 1965
M.A., Assumption College; Psychology and Counseling, 1973
M.B.A., Northeastern University, 1982
C.AG.S., Northeastern University; Business, 1986
Ed.D., University of Massachusetts, 1991
Ed.D. Thesis Title: “A Case Study Of Cognitive Style in a Collaboratively Structured Management Class”

Publications & Editorships

“Instructor’s Manual to Accompany J. Schermerhorn’s Management, revised for the 12th edition, (in press), John Wiley & Sons. 

“Understanding & Managing Diversity: Readings, Cases and Exercises” (with M.J. Allard) (2011). Pearson: Prentice Hall. Have co-authored five previous editions and Instructor’s Manuals. 

“What Students Are Telling Us about Teaching: The Dangerfield Effect” (with M.J. Allard, K. Quoc and M. Simpson), Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review, vol. 6, April 2010, 1-8. 

“Panera Bread Case”, in J. Schermerhorn Jr., J.G. Hunt and R. Osborn’s Organizational Behavior”, 10th edition, John Wiley & Sons: New York, p. WW-37-39, (2009). 

“Age Discrimination Act of 1975,” published in The Seventies in America, Salem Press, (2006). 

“Diversity Perspectives” (four diversity related cases) in S. Robbins and D. DeCenzo’s Organizational Behavior, 8th edition, Prentice Hall, (2005). 

“Is This Sexual Harassment?” in Organizational Behavior, by Gary Johns, 6th ed., Prentice Hall. (2005) and 5th ed. Addison-Wesley-Longman (2001). 

“Critical Thinking in the Management Classroom: Bloom’s Taxonomy as a Learning Tool”, (with N. Athanassou and J. McNett), Journal of Management Education, October, 2003 Winner of the Roethlisberger award from the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society and Sage Publications for the best paper of 2003. 

“Delegating with Style: Learning Style” in The Consultant’s Big Book of Organizational Development Tools, Mel Silberman, (ed.), McGraw-Hill, pp. 35-40 (2003). 

“Bloom’s Taxonomy: Schema for the Cognitive Domain,” in Your Guide to College Success, Jane Halonen, Second Edition, Wadsworth ITP, (2001). 

Ø “Bloom’s Taxonomy as a Teaching Tool: An Experiment.” 2000 Proceedings, Improving University Learning and Teaching: 25th Annual Meeting, Frankfurt, Germany, (2000).


Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, June, 2011, at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, presented a paper on “Experiential Learning + Collaborative Learning = Improved Learning Communities”. 

Improving University Teaching Conference, July 20, 2011, at Bielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany, presented a workshop on “Promoting Academic Collaboration: Avoiding the Pitfalls and Developing Strategies”. 

Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, June, 2010, at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, presented a paper on “Improving Community Service Learning: Reflection Meets Critical Thinking”. 

Improving University Teaching Conference, July 2010 at Bethesda, MD, presented a paper on “What Students Can Teach Us about Community Service Learning”. 

Presented on May 18, 2010 at the Faculty Development Workshop at Assumption College on “Scholarship & Community Service Learning”.

Professional Affiliations

Omicron Delta Sigma – National Honor Society

Academy of Management

Organizational Behavior Teacher’s Society (OBTS)

SIETAR (Society for Education, Intercultural Training and Research)

North American Case Research Association (NACRA)