Jeanne McNett, Ph.D., MBA

Associate Professor of Management

Degrees Earned

B.A., University of Massachusetts at Amherst; English Literature/Education, 1970
M.A., University of Massachusetts at Amherst; English Literature, 1974
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts at Amherst; English Literature, 1980
M.B.A., City University Business School, London; International Business, 1983
Ph.D. Thesis Title: “Virginia Woolf on Biography: Theory and Praxis”

Undergraduate Courses Taught

International Management
Introduction to Management and Organizational Behavior
Images of Women (A Women’s Studies Course)

Publications & Editorships

Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management. Vol. VI: International Management, second ed. 2005. Lead editor with Lane, Maznevski, Mendenhall, O’Connell.

Blackwell Handbook of Global Management: A Guide to Managing Complexity. Blackwell, 2005. Editor with Lane, Maznevski and Mendenhall; Lead author on international ethics chapter. A project of the International Organization Network (ION).

“Bloom’s Taxonomy as a Learning and Teaching Tool.” Journal of Management Education, 2004. With N. Athanassiou and C. Harvey. Best Paper of the Year Fritz Roethlisberger Memorial Award, Organizational Behavior Teaching Society.

“Terralumen.” (2002). Richard Ivey School of Business and Harvard Business School Case Collection. With N. Athanassiou and David Wesley.

“Blue Ridge Spain,” 2000. Northeastern University Case Series, Ivey Case Collection, Ivey School of Business, Western Ontario University, Ontario, Canada and Harvard Business School Case Collection. With H. Lane, D. Wesley and N. Athanassiou.


“Tacit Knowledge in the Classroom: a Strategy for Learning.” Bern, Switzerland, 2004. Improving University Teaching Conference (IUT). With R. Wallace and N. Athanassiou. 

“Globally Dispersed Management Teams: a symposium.” Academy of Management Meetings, Washington, DC, 2001. Academy of Management Best Symposium Award, Management Education Division. With GDMT colleagues. “Experiential Exercises in International Management Education: What We’ve Learned and What We’re Learning,” Academy of Management meeting, Washington, DC, 2001. 

Teaching International Management, a professional development workshop, Academy of Management meetings, Toronto, August, 2000. Organizer and participant. 

“Challenging Boundaries: Careers and the Society of Outsiders,” 10th Annual Virginia Woolf Conference, Baltimore, MD, 2000. With Ann Murphy, English Department.