|Title:||Professor - Management|
Scott C. Hammond is a professor of business management at Utah Valley Univesity. A nationally known consultant and speaker, Scott has published over 30 academic articles with current research in cross cultural studies, dialogue, management education, and faculty development. In 2012 he published "Lessons of the Lost: Finding Hope and Resilience in Work, Life and the Wilderness" (Berrett-Kohler). In the summer of 2006 Scott created two video case studies at Johnson & Johnson for McGraw Hill. He has facilitated over 50 strategic planning processes, with clients including the National Park Service, The Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, The Visiting Nurses Association of America, Johnson & Johnson, Monsanto and others.
In 1980s he worked as a reporter/producer for two Salt Lake Television stations. Some reports aired on Nightline, and World News Tonight, and Good Morning America. He is currently host and producer of the Utah Business Boardroom (KUEN-PBS), a Telly Award winning program about Utah Business Entrepreneurs.
Recently Scott consulted for Amway Corporation, Boart Longyear and Alticor on issues of scenario planning and globalization. Scott has been the lead consultant on best practices in adult learning to Johnson & Johnson Corporation eUniversity (J&J has an annual training budget of 250 million USD).He worked for four years as a development consultant for the Los Alamos National Laboratory, creating training for scientists on career development and diversity. At UVSC he worked with colleagues to created a faculty development program for the School of business which has been the subject of three presentations at Western Academy of Management, The Academy of Management, with forthcoming publication in several academic journals. Scott has published several articles in local newspapers on the value of education with links below:
Scott is married to Barbara Gross Hammond. They are the parents of 5 children. Scott is a volunteer search and rescue worker. With his dog Dusty, he serves with Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs as a first responder in wilderness searches..