Jill R. Hough

Jill Hough

Associate Professor of ManagementHelmerich Hall 303-D
918-631-3221
jill-hough@utulsa.edu

In addition to her recent publications listed, Professor Jill Hough has published in the Journal of Management, Biographical Dictionary of Management and Performance Improvement Quarterly, among others.  She has also presented papers at the Strategic Management Society Conference, the Academy of Management and the Decision Sciences Institute.  She received the Mayo Researach Excellence Award from TU in 2008, Distinguished Paper Award in Supply Chain Management from the Decision Sciences Institute in 2004 and was named an Outstanding Reviewer by the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management in 2004.  She was named to Who's Who in Business Higher Education in 2003 and Who's Who Among America's Teachers  in 2002 and 2005.  Hough belongs to the Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society and Southern Management Association.

Education and Degrees Earned

  • Ph.D., Business Administration, Oklahoma State University, 1999
  • M.S., Industrial Engineering, Oklahoma State University, 1984
  • B.S., Math/Statistics, Oklahoma State University, 1982

Areas of Academic Specialty

  • Strategic management
  • Management of technology and innovation
  • Organizational change

Professional Affiliations

  • Academy of Management
  • Strategic Management Society
  • Southern Management Association

Awards & Recognition

  • Mayo Research Excellence Award from TU in 2008
  • Distinguished Paper Award in Supply Chain Management from the Decision Sciences Institute in 2004
  • Outstanding Reviewer by the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management in 2004
  • Who's Who in Business Higher Education in 2003
  • Who's Who Among America's Teachers in 2002 and 2005

Publications

  • Contextual Factors Affecting the Integration of Enterprise Systems in Post-Merger Oil and Gas Companies to Enterprise Information Systems
    With Haines, R. and Giacomo, S., EnterpriseInformation Systems 1 (4), (2007): 421-441.
  • Business Segment Performance Redux: A Multi-level Approach
    Strategic Management Journal 27 (1) (2006): 45-61.
  • Using a Web-based Supply Chain Management Simulation as an Experiential Learning Tool Across the Business Curriculum
    With Haines, R., Haines, D., and Metlen, S., Hournal of College Teaching & Learning 2 (12) (2005): 71-77.
  • An empirical test of cognitive style and strategic decision outcomes
    With Ogilvie, D., Journal of Management Studies 42 (2005): 417-448.
  • George Westinghouse
    The Encyclopedia of the History of American Management (2005).
  • Scanning actions and environmental dynamism: Gathering information for strategic decision-making
    With White, M.A., Management Decision 42 (2004); 781-793.