Dr. Randall Harris

Randall Harris

Professor of Management, Chair

Office: OCNR 321

Phone: (361) 825-5533
Email: randall.harris@tamucc.edu

Education

Ph.D. Strategic Management, University of Florida, 1995
MBA Management, University of Texas at Austin, 1989
BA University of Texas at Austin, 1986


Joined the faculty in 2014

  • Research Interests: Triple Bottom Line Performance in Organizations, Sense-Making in Organizations,  the Organization-Environment interface, Case Research Method
  • Teaching Interests: Strategic Management, Small Business Management, Leadership, Decision Making, Ethics, Corporate Governance

Biography 

Dr. Harris holds BA and MBA degrees from the University of Texas at Austin. He earned a Ph.D. in Strategic Management from the University of Florida in 1995. He worked as a Lecturer at the University of Florida from 1995-1996 before being appointed to the faculty of California State University, Stanislaus (CSUS) in 1996. Dr. Harris served in various roles at CSUS, including Professor of Management, Director of the Executive MBA Program, Founding Director of the Online MBA Program, and Interim Director of the MBA Program. Dr. Harris joined the faculty of Texas A&M – Corpus Christi in 2014. He was promoted to the rank of Professor in 2017 and was named Chair of the Department of Management & Marketing in 2018. An active Case Researcher, Dr. Harris is a Past President of the North American Case Research Association.

Selected Publications

  • Harris, R. (2018). “Rosen Hotels & Resorts: Delivering Superior Customer Service.” In Thompson, A., Peteraf, M., Gamble, J. & Strickland, A. Crafting and Executing Strategy: The Quest for Competitive Advantage: Concepts and Cases, 21st NY, NY: McGraw Hill Education.
  • Harris, R. & Sherman, W. (2017). “General Motors and the Chevy Cobalt Ignition Switch Crisis.” Case Research Journal, 37(4), 1-27.
  • Sherman, W. S., & Harris, R. (2016). “Calling Corporate “Audibles”: Changing Signals in Response to Environmental Jolts.” SAM Advanced Management Journal, 81(1), 41-51.
  • Harris, R. (2014). “Goldman Sachs and the Big Short: Time to Go Long?” Case Research Journal, 34(2), 133-162.

 

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