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Herbert Sherman

Chair of Managerial SciencesProfessor of Management

B.A., City College of New YorkM.S., Polytechnic UniversityPh.D., Union Institute and University

Description

Herbert Sherman, professor of management at Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus, teaches courses in business strategy, business and society, and organizational behavior. He has published four books in the last five years, several readers, over 30 cases and numerous articles in strategic management, small business/entrepreneurship, and business ethics. He is the acting chair of the Department of Managerial Sciences, the founding editor of The CASE Journal and the editor of the New England Journal of Entrepreneurship.

Specialties

Strategic Management, Business Ethics, Organizational Behavior, Case Research, Strategy and Management in Higher Education

Publications

  • Co-author, “Strategic Management: An Organizational Change Approach” (2006, reprinted in 2007)
  • Co-author, “Essentials of Business, Society and Government” (2008)
  • Co-author, “The Death of a Salesman Revisited: Parts A & B,” published in The CASE Journal (2008)
  • Co-author, “Mortgaging the Future for the Present? To Buy or Not to Buy a 2-Family House Parts A, B, C,” published in the Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management (2008)
  • Co-author, “Sabre Yachts: A Case Study,” published in Emerald’s Business Strategy Series 2008 (formerly Handbook of Business Strategy)
  • Co-author, “DHR Patio Homes, LLC,” published in the Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies and The Journal of the International Academy of Case Studies: Instructors’ Notes (2008)
  • Co-author, “Case Writing and Research: Professor Moore Looks For a Better Way to Grade Student Case Analyses,” published in The CASE Journal (2008)
  • Co-author, "The Big Stink at Darius D'Amore's Fragrances, Inc.,” published in The Journal of the International Academy of Case Studies and The Journal of the International Academy of Case Studies: Instructors’ Notes (2009)
  • Co-author, “Professor Moore Reviews a Case,” published in The Case Journal (2009)

Honors/Awards

  • Co-recipient, Best Case Award for "Firing and Conspiring at Existo’s Framingham Operation: Parts A & B," Eastern Academy of Management/The CASE Association (2005)
  • Co-recipient, Distinguished Research Award for “Monochromatic Personnel Scanning at TechMark,” Allied Academies: International Academy for Case Studies (2005)
  • Co-recipient, Best Published Case Award for “D & H Management: Parts A & B,” Institute of Behavioral & Applied Management: Journal of Behavioral & Applied Management (2005)
  • Co-recipient, Best Mentored Case, The CASE Association (2006)
  • Co-recipient, Best Paper Award for “Outcomes Assessment, Rubrics, and Case Instruction: A Preliminary Analysis,” Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management: Management Education Division (2008)
  • Recipient, Dortmunder Gambrinus Fellowship, Dortmund University of Technology (2008)

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, The Allied Academies
  • Member, Academy of Management
  • Member, The Case Association (formerly The Eastern Case Writers' Association)
  • Member, Eastern Academy of Management
  • Founding Member, The Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management

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