Mark S. Teachout, PhD, MS, is a Professor in the H-E-B School of Business and Administration, at the University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX, where he has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of Management, International Management, Human Resources Management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Development, Organizational Change, and Business Statistics. Earlier, he was the Assistant Vice President of Learning and Performance Solutions, at USAA, and a Senior Scientist at the USAF Research Lab where he received the Scientific Achievement Award for outstanding research. He is an HR, training
and OD & Leadership consultant, with 30+ years of combined experience in research & development, Fortune 200, academic and consulting settings. He has assisted private
sector, public sector, government, military, and non-profit organizations in organizational change & culture, strategic planning, training, leadership development, and program evaluation. He has over 90 publications, including books, book chapters, articles, and technical reports and delivered over 140 professional and invited presentations in the USA and internationally, on these and other topics. He earned his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Old Dominion University. Among his many professional affiliations and accomplishments, he served on the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance
and Instruction (ibstpi
). In addition, he was listed as one of the most published authors in the 1990’s for top tier journals in his field. Finally, he has taught and conducted research internationally, at John Cabot University, Rome, at the European Study Center in Heidelberg, and at IMC University of Applied Sciences, Krems, Austria, where he was awarded the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant.
Dr. Teresa Harrison is an Assistant Professor in the H-E-B School of Business and Administration, at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas, where she has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of Organizational Behavior, Business Communication, Business Statistics, Human Resources Management, and Talent Management. Her research focuses on the effects of technology on role overload, social networking and diversity, electronic recruiting and selection, and the relations between cultural values and job choice preferences. She has published articles in Human Resource Management Review, the Business Journal of Hispanic Research, and Hispanic Marketing and Public Relations. Results of her research have been presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Management, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Southern Management Association, and UIW Research Week. In addition to these organizations, she is a member of the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, the Society for Human Resource Management, and is a faculty advisor for the UIW Business Club. She earned her Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in Organizational Behavior from the University of Texas at San Antonio.