High Tech with a Human Touch
MANLEY, T. Roger
College of Business
Personal OverviewPresident, REM Management Development and Consultation, Inc.
Member Boards of Directors: Ron Jon Surf Shop of Florida, Inc.; Compsys, Inc.; Airwire.Net, Inc.
Reviewer: National Science Foundation; Journal of Management; Journal of Business Research; Armed Forces and Society.
Reviewer and session chairperson, annual conferences of: Academy of Management; American Psychological Association; Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology; and Southern Management Association
Author or co-author of more than 100 chapters in books, journal articles; papers in conference proceedings, magazine articles and newspaper op-ed columns, and technical reports.
Presented more than 75 scholarly papers at national and international conferences.
Keynote speaker at six professional conferences, and numerous presentations and workshops at meetings of various professional societies.
Educational BackgroundB.S. U.S. Naval Academy
M.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Ph.D. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Professional ExperienceProfessor of Management and Organizational Psychology, College of Business, Florida Institute of Technology, 1979 present
Dean, School of Management, Florida Institute of Technology, 1988-1990
Associate Dean and Chair of Management Department, School of Management and Humanities, Florida Institute of Technology, 1980-1988
Professor of Management and Organizational Behavior, Systems Management Department, College of Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology, 1972-1979
Lecturer and Chair of Systems Management Department, Florida Institute of Technology, 1968-1969
Engineering Manager, Titan Space Launch Vehicle Systems, US Air Force, 1965-1969
Academy of Management; American Psychological Society; American Society for Engineering Management; Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Southern Management Association; and Association for Psychological Type.
Current ResearchPlanned organizational change; Partnering and teambuilding; strategic visioning and goal setting; leadership and management development; executive coaching and 360 degree feedback; organizational surveys and assessment; personal values and business ethics; conflict management; the experience economy; and the evolving social contract between employers and employees.
Selected PublicationsManley, T.R. and Shaw, W.H., 2004. Incorporating Risk Management in Project Partnering. Proceedings, 25th National Conference of American Society for Engineering Management, Alexandria, VA.
Manley, T.R. and Shaw, W.H., 2004. Suppose the Construction Industry Took Partnering Seriously? Proceedings, 10th Annual International Conference, Industry, Engineering and Management Systems, Cocoa Beach, FL.
Manley, T.R., 2003. Navigating the White Water of Discontinuous Change. Invited keynote address, 2003 Federal Clerks of Court Conference, Orlando, FL.
Manley, T.R., 2003. What Does it Mean to Be Ethical? Post-Enron Reflections. Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, Satellite Beach, FL.
Bunker, S.P. and Manley, T.R., 2002. Crisis Management at Holmes Regional Medical Center. Ethics Case Study and separate Teaching Note for use in 2002 Florida Institute of Technology School of Management Business Ethics Competition for High School Students.
Manley, T.R. and Shaw, W.H., 2002. Action Research, Appreciative Inquiry and Organizational Learning. Conference Proceedings, 2002 IEEE International Engineering Management