Linda Livingstone, PhD
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 1978-1983, 1987-1992
PhD Degree: Received May, 1992
Major: Management with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior
Minors: Psychology, Quantitative Methods
Dissertation: Person-Environment Fit on the Dimension of Creativity: Relationships with Strain, Job Satisfaction and Performance.
M.B.A. Degree: May, 1983
B.S. Degree: May, 1982
Grade Point Average (A=4) All Courses: 4.0
2002-Present Dean, Graziadio Business School, Pepperdine
University. Provide leadership to a school with approximately 2,000 students on seven campuses, over 30,000 alumni worldwide, yearly
revenues of nearly $60 million, an annual operating budget of approximately $35 million, and a $33 million endowment.
1998-2002 Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, Hankamer School of Business,
Baylor University. Responsible for all graduate business degree programs
(MBA (including 2 EMBA programs), MSIS, MBA/MSIS, MAcc, MTax, JD/MTax, MSEco, MBA-IM).
1997-2002 Associate Professor, Department of Management, Baylor University,
Waco, TX. Primary teaching responsibilities include graduate Organizational Behavior, MBA capstone course, and EMBA Organizational Behavior.
1991-1997 Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Baylor University,
Waco, TX. Teaching responsibilities include Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior (graduate and undergraduate) and Principles of Management.
1987-1991 Graduate Teaching Associate, Management Department, Oklahoma State
University, Stillwater, OK. Taught Organizational Behavior, Principles of Management and Introductory Computer Applications.
1988-1989 Research Assistant, Management Department, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK
1988-1989 Student Programs Director, Alumni Association, Oklahoma State
University, Stillwater, OK. Advisor to the Student Alumni Board and the
Homecoming Steering Committee.
1986-1987 Accountant, Enid Memorial Hospital, Enid, OK. Prepared all monthly
financial reports and supporting schedules, payroll.
1983-1986 Director (8/84 to 8/86) and Programs' Supervisor (11/83 to 7/84), Kid's
Incorporated, Woodward, OK. Supervised all youth and adult programs
and activities for the county-wide recreation program.
1982-1983 Administrative Intern, Oklahoma State University Athletics Department,
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Norman, P.M., L.E. Palich, G.R. Carini, & L.P. Livingstone, (2004). "The Role of
Paradoxical Logic in Innovation: The Case of Intel." Journal of High Technology
Management Research, (15): 51-71.
Palich, L.E. and L.P. Livingstone, (2003). "Improving Research Performance: Teamwork
Trumps Solo Endeavors." Graziadio Business Report, 6(2): 1-6.
Livingstone, L.P., M.A. White, D.L. Nelson, F. Tabak, (2002). "Changes in Attitudes Toward an Information Systems Innovation: Reactions to Implementation Delays."American Business Review, 20(2): 80-89.
Livingstone, L.P., L.E. Palich, G.R. Carini (2002). "Promoting Creativity Through the Logic of Contradiction." Journal of Organizational Behavior, 23(3): 321-326.
Palich, L.E., G.R. Carini, G.R. & L.P. Livingstone (2002). "Comparing American and Chinese Negotiating Styles: The Influence of Logic Paradigms." Thunderbird
International Business Review 44(6): 777-798.
Carini, G.R., L.E. Palich, and L.P. Livingstone (1998). "East Versus West: Perspectives from Formal Logic and the Logic of Contradiction." Long Range Planning, 31(2): 315-318.
Livingstone, L.P., L.E. Palich, and G.R. Carini, (1998). "Viewing Strategic Innovation Through the Logic of Contradiction." Competitiveness Review, 8(1): 46-54.