Chapman, Dr. Jared R., PhD, MBA, MSc
Title:
Instructor
Office:
CS426T
Phone:
801-863-5393
Fax:
801-863-7327
Mail Code:
119
Last Updated: 10/29/14 -

Biography

Dr. Chapman has 10 years experience facilitating leadership development and employee performance as a coach, trainer, manager, and professor. His career focus has been creating environments where people can be effective and successful. Jared's broad work experience and education (including work as a general manager, production manager, instructional designer, technology specialist, and trainer) allow him to engage multiple perspectives when solving organizational issues.

Education

  • Ph.D. Applied Social Psychology - Brigham Young University - 2009
  • M.B.A. Business Administration - Brigham Young University - 2005
  • M.S. Instructional Technology - Utah State University - 2001

Subjects Taught

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business Statistics
  • Leadership and Supervision
  • Time Management
  • Personal Effectiveness
  • Strategic Management
  • Intro to Business
  • Project Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Operations Management

Research Interests

Individual Performance

  • Enhancing individuals’ ability to perform through effective training and mentoring
  • Matching individuals’ abilities and traits with appropriate responsibilities
  • Defining and developing effective leadership and management skills
  • Defining and developing effective personal management, relationship, and productivity skills

Supportive Environments

  • Creating organizational culture, discipline, and excellence
  • Developing heuristics for designing technology that genuinely enhances worker performance
  • Understanding and developing methodologies for how knowledge is developed, managed, and transferred
  • Improving efficiency and efficacy in organizational systems and processes
  • Strategic management

Management Education

  • Using technology to enhance the constructive development of declarative knowledge
  • Developing effective classroom methods for the constructive development of models of expert performance