Christopher S Tuggle

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Christopher S Tuggle

Assistant Professor of Management
Management
Contact Information

CBA 260
P.O. Box 880491
Lincoln, NE 68588-0491
Phone: +1-402-472-9420
ctuggle2@unl.edu

Joined the college in July 2012.

Expertise
  • Boards of Directors
  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • Corporate Governance
  • Strategic Leadership
Education
Ph.D.    Texas A&M University, Strategic Management/Entrepreneurship
M.B.A.  Missouri State University, Management
B.S.       Missouri Southern State University, Accounting
Research Interests
Boards of Directors
Corporate Entrepreneurship
Corporate Governance
Strategic Leadership
Teaching Interests
Foundations of Strategy
Strategic Management
Published In
Academy of Management Journal
Strategic Management Journal 
Harvard Business Review
Journal of Management Studies
Organization Studies
Family Business Review
Journal of Management Inquiry
Refereed Publications
Harms, P.D., Bien, M. & Tuggle, C. (2014) Additional training will lead to a competitive disadvantage: Perspective from a business school.  Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 7: 83-86.
 
Tochman-Campbell, J., Campbell, T., Sirmon, D.G., Bierman, L., & Tuggle, C.S. 2012. Shareholder influence over director nomination via proxy access: Implications for agency conflict and stakeholder value. Strategic Management Journal, 33(9): 1431-1451.
 
Johnson, S.G., Schnatterly, K., Bolton, J. & Tuggle, C.S. 2011. How to get the board you want: Attracting directors who have social capital. Journal of Management Studies, 48 (8): 1782-1803.
 
Tuggle, C. S., Sirmon, D. G., Reutzel, C. R., & Bierman, L. 2010. Commanding board of director attention: Investigating how organizational performance and CEO duality affect board members' attention to monitoring. Strategic Management Journal, 31(9): 946-968.
 
Tuggle, C. S., Schnatterly, K., & Johnson, R. A. 2010. Attention patterns in the boardroom: How board composition and processes affect discussion of entrepreneurial issues. Academy of Management Journal, 53(3): 550-571.
 
Chiles, T. H., Vultee, D. M., Gupta, V. K., Greening, D. W., & Tuggle, C. S. 2010. The philosophical foundations of a radical Austrian approach to entrepreneurship. Journal of Management Inquiry, 19(2): 138-164.
 
Chiles, T. H., Tuggle, C. S., McMullen, J. S., Bierman, L., & Greening, D. W. 2010. Dynamic creation: Extending the radical Austrian approach to entrepreneurship. Organization Studies, 31(1): 7-46.
 
Rodriguez, P., Tuggle, C. S., & Hackett, S. M. 2009. An exploratory study of how potential "family and household capital" impacts new venture start-up rates. Family Business Review, 22(3): 259-272.
 
Woidtke, T., Bierman, L., & Tuggle, C. 2003. Reining in activist funds. Harvard Business Review, 81(3): 22-23.
Awards
CBA Faculty Distinguished Teaching, Research and Service Award (2013-2014), University of Nebraska
CBA Distinguished Research Award (2012-2013), University of Nebraska
Richard G. Miller Summer Scholar Award (Summer 2010-2014), University of Missouri
O’Brien Excellence in Teaching Award (Spring 2009), University of Missouri
Provost’s Outstanding Junior Faculty Teaching Award (Spring 2008), University of Missouri
Mays Business School Postdoctoral Fellow (2004-2005), Texas A&M University
Dean’s Award for Outstanding Teaching (2003-2004), Texas A&M University