Dr. Rebecca Guidice, Professor of Management and Director of the Professional and Executive MBA Program
"[I want students to learn] strategic decision-making from the integrative perspective of the business owner and/or upper management."
- Ph.D. in Business Administration – Washington State University, 2001
- MBA – Eastern Washington University, 1994
- B.A. in Business Administration – Whitworth University, 1990
- Co-authored numerous peer-reviewed research papers in top-tier academic journals
- Teach doctoral, masters and undergraduate course in strategic management, leadership and survey design
- Has taught domestically and internationally
- Chair of a half a dozen doctoral dissertations
- Earned tenure at current institution in 2014
- Prior to joining the faculty at UNCW, was a faculty member at the University of Mississippi and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- Continues to hold the position of Global Scholar in Kennesaw State University's Doctoral Program
In which online programs do you teach?
Which class do you teach online?
MBA 558: Strategic Management
What types of projects can online students expect in your course?
Video/audio research presentation, case analysis, and group or class discussion board post.
What do you want students to learn in this course? What is the expected learning outcome?
Mastery of the content and demonstrated higher-level learning (i.e., evaluation, synthesis, and creation).
- Understand strategic decision-making from the integrative perspective of the business owner and/or upper management
- Appreciate the practice of strategic decision-making with incomplete information
- Transition between the classroom and real-world organizational concerns
- Refine conceptual, analytical, problem-solving and communication skills
Why did you start teaching?