Michael Mannor


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Assistant Professor of Management

Office: 365 Mendoza College of Business
Phone: 574-631-3298
Email: mikemannor@nd.edu

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Areas of Expertise

Executive leadership and organizational learning, IT

Mannor researches how organizations create and leverage unique knowledge to achieve superior performance and create breakthrough innovations. In his work on top executives, his research focuses on the powerful role of executive leadership to both help and hurt organizations through strategic action. Mannor has traveled widely to spend time with CEOs, researching the most complex strategic decisions these leaders have ever faced. This has included in-depth research with the CEOs and board chairs of many of the largest organizations in the world, including leading firms from the US and Europe in energy, banking, healthcare, retail, professional services, telecommunications, fast food, investment management, insurance, risk and other industries.


Ford CEO’s “epically large” pay package raises questions of moral responsibility

Steve Jobs’ leave is dangerous for Apple


When scandal gets you down, study reveals, talk yourself up – sometimes


Huffington Post—Murdoch’s Sky News Admits To Hacking

Associated Press—UK’s Sky News: We hacked in the public interest

CNN.com—James Murdoch out as head of U.K. publishing unit

The Street—Apple, iPhone Enter the Post-Jobs Era

The Today Show on NBC—Cook may find it hard to sustain Apple culture

Los Angeles Times—Apple fans shocked by Steve Jobs’ resignation as CEO

USA Today—CEOs, employees ponder what’s next for Apple

MSNBC—Cook may find it hard to sustain Apple culture

Huffington Post—Steve Jobs Leaves Apple: Employees Ask ‘What Would Steve Do?’