Executive Director, TCU EMBA
MBA – Executive
- PhD, University of Texas at Austin,
- MBA, University of Texas at Austin
- BS, University of Illinois Champaign/Urbana
Areas of Expertise/Research
- Corporate Reputation Management
- Strategic Leadership
- Top Management Teams
- Corporate Reputation Dynamics
- Social Enterprise
- Krause, R., Wu, Z., Bruton, G., and Carter, S. (in press). The coercive isomorphism ripple effect: An investigation of nonprofit interlocks on corporate boards. Academy of Management Journal.
- Carter, S. and Greer, C. 2012. Strategic Leadership: Values, Styles and Organizational Performance, Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.
- Carter, S., Davis, J., and Young, C. 2007. IPO Boards of Directors and Firm Performance: Threshold firms and governance theory boundaries. Journal of Corporate Ownership and Control, 4 (2): 162-169.
- Carter, S. 2006. Exploring the relationship of top management, organizational, and environmental factors on certain corporate reputation management activities. Journal of Management Studies. 43 (5): 1145-1176, (Citation of Excellence Award).
- Carter, S. & Ruefli, T. 2006. Intra-Industry reputation dynamics under a resource based framework: An empirical assessment of the durability factor. Corporate Reputation Review.
Honors and Awards
- Neeley Fellows Teacher of the Year, Class of 2019
- Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence, 2015
- EMBA Faculty Award for Outstanding Leadership Development, 2013
- EMBA Faculty Award for Outstanding Leadership Development, 2012
- Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence Award. Selected as one of the top fifty management articles in 2006. Carter, S. 2006. Exploring the relationship of top management, organizational, and environmental factors on certain corporate reputation management activities. Journal of Management Studies. 43 (5): 1145-1176.
- Best Academic Article Award - Corporate Reputation Institute. Carter, S. & Deephouse, D. 1999. "Tough Talk and Soothing Speech": Managing Reputations for Being Tough and for Being Good. Corporate Reputation Review, 2 (4): 308-332.