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iconiconiconNameCharles R. GreerImageCharles R. GreerFirstnameCharles R.LastnameGreerOffice Phone(817) 257-7565
Emailc.greer@tcu.edu
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Position:ProfessorDepartment:Management, Entrepreneurship and LeadershipOffice:Dan Rogers Hall 355Professorship / Chair:Neeley Professor of ManagementRole:FacultyEducation
  • Ph.D. University of Kansas
  • MBA University of Kansas
  • MS Wichita State University
  • BA Emporia State University
Areas of Expertise / Research
  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • Collaborative Innovation
  • Negotiation
Work Experience
  • U.S. Army, Infantry Officer
  • Program Development/Consulting/Executive Training for Such Companies as Burlington Northern Santa Fe, J. P. Morgan, Bell Helicopter, and Radio Shack.
  • Academic Administration: Department Head, Oklahoma State University, Department Chair, Texas Christian University, Associate Dean, Texas Christian University.
Courses Taught
  • MANA 30153 Organizational Management
  • MANA 70610 Essentials of Negotiation
Key Publications
  • Charles R. Greer, Robert F. Lusch, & Michael A. Hitt. (In Press). A Service Perspective for Human Capital Resources: A Critical Base for Strategy Implementation, Academy of Management Perspectives.
  • Greer, C. R., Carr, J. & Hipp, L. (2016). Strategic staffing and small firm performance. Human Resource Management, 55:741-764.
  • Charles R. Greer and Charles D. Stevens. (2015). HR in Collaborative Innovation with Customers: Role, Alignment, and Challenges, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26: 2569-2593.
  • Virick, M. & Greer, C. R. (2012). Gender diversity in leadership succession: Preparing for the future. Human Resource Management, 51: 575-600.
  • Greer, C. R. & Lei, D. (2012). Collaborative innovation with customers: A review of the literature and suggestions for future research. International Journal of Management Reviews, 14: 63-83.
  • Greer, C. R. & Virick, M. (2008). Diverse succession planning: Lessons from the industry leaders. Human Resource Management, 47: 351-367.
  • Gilley, K. M., Greer, C. R., & Rasheed, A. A. (2004). Human resource outsourcing and organizational performance in manufacturing firms. Journal of Business Research, 57: 232-240.
  • Greer, C. R., Youngblood, S. A., & Gray, D. A. (1999). Human resource management outsourcing: The make or buy decision. Academy of Management Executive, 13(3): 85-96.
  • Boettger, R. D. & Greer, C. R. (1994). On the wisdom of rewarding A while hoping for B. Organization Science, 5: 569-582.
  • Greer, C. R. & Ireland, T. C. (1992). Organizational and financial correlates of a contrarian human resource investment strategy. Academy of Management Journal, 35: 956-984.
  • Greer, C. R. (1984). Countercyclical hiring as a staffing strategy for managerial and professional personnel: Some considerations and issues. Academy of Management Review, 9: 324-330.
  • Greer, C. R. & Downey, H. K. (1982). Industrial compliance with social legislation: Investigations of decision rationales. Academy of Management Review, 7: 488-498.
  • Fiorito, J. & Greer, C. R. (1982). Determinants of U.S. unionism: Past research and future needs. Industrial Relations, 21: 1-32.
Awards / Recognition
  • Texas Christian University, Deans’ Research and Creative Activity Award, 2009
  • M. J. Neeley School of Business 2007 Award for Distinguished Achievement as a Creative Teacher and Scholar
  • Neeley School Graduate Teaching Award - Elective, 2006.
  • Neeley School of Business 1999 Distinguished Research and Creative Activity Award.
  • Neeley School's Nominee for a Dean's Award for Outstanding Teaching, 1996.
  • Former president of the Southern Management Association.
  • Fellow of the Southern Management Association.
International Experience
  • TCU, MBA Course on Doing Business in Latin America, Santiago, Chile, December 2005-January 2006.
  • TCU, MBA Course on Importing/Exporting and International Negotiations, Cologne, Germany and London, United Kingdom, May 2003.
  • TCU, Undergraduate and Graduate Summer in Germany Program, Cologne, Germany, June 1998, 1991.
  • TCU, Faculty Seminar Abroad, Budapest, Hungary, July 1997.
  • Guest Lecturer, Albert Ludwigs Universitat, Freiburg, Germany, November 1994.
  • Guest Lecturer, Groupe Ecole Superieure de Commmerece de Bourgogne, Dijon, France, November 1994.
  • Fenix Instituto, Intensive Spanish Instruction, Cuernavaca, Mexico, June 1994.
  • Guest Lecturer, Instituto Technologico Autonomo de Mexico (ITAM), Mexico City, Mexico, April 1994.
Consulting
  • Professor Greer is on the Labor Arbitration Panel of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service and the panel of neutral hearing officers for Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).
  • Has served as arbitrator, hearing examiner, or hearing officer in over 125 private and public sector cases in the Southwest Region including Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas, as well as in the Republic of Panama.
  • Industries in which he has heard cases include the following: aerospace manufacturing, aerospace maintenance, air transportation, baking, brewing, building products manufacturing, electric utilities, federal government agencies (various classifications), fire fighters, food retailing, food processing, food wholesaling, glass manufacturing, grain marketing/processing, healthcare, manufacturing, maritime, paper manufacturing, police, public transportation, public works, refining, soft drinks, trucking, steel, and water/sanitary services.