Gene Baker

Professor and Chair • Professor of Management

Management • Coggin College of Business

Areas of Expertise

Organizational Behavior, Organization Theory, Foundations of Business, Administrative Management, Topics in Organization Theory (Graduate)

Education

Ph.D., University of Florida, Department of Organizational Behavior and Business Policy, 1988

MBA, University of North Florida, 1976

BBA, University of North Florida, 1974 (with distinction)

Biography

H. Eugene Baker III is Professor of Management and Department Chair at the University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida. He holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the University of Florida and is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR).

Dr. Baker teaches Organizational Behavior, Organization Theory, Administrative Management, and Topics in Organization Management. He was the recipient of the 2000 Prime F. Osborn III Award for Distinguished Business Leaders in Business Education. Dr. Baker has received numerous teaching awards including the University of North Florida Undergraduate Teaching Award and was twice the recipient of the State of Florida Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award.

His research interests include employee socialization processes, career development, and teaching methodologies. He has published in numerous journals including the Human Resource Management Review, The Labor Studies Journal, The International Journal of Organizational Analysis, Public Personnel Management, The Journal of Applied Management Studies, and HRMagazine. He is the co-author of Experiential Exercises in Organization Theory.
 

Awards

2005 Coggin College of Business, Outstanding Alumni Award
2000 Prime Distinguished Professor, Prime F. Osborne, III
1997-2002 College of Business Administration, Outstanding Teacher
2000-2002 College of Business Administration, Outstanding Researcher
1996-1997 State of Florida, Teaching Incentive Program Recipient
1993-1994 State of Florida, Teaching Incentive Program Recipient
1991 University of North Florida, Undergraduate Teaching Award
 

Affiliations

Academy of Business Education
Academy of Management
American Psychological Association
Society for Human Resource Management
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Publications & Presentations

JOURNAL ARTICLES:

Baker III, H.E. and Jennings, K.M., (2000) Limitations in “Realistic Recruiting”and subsequent socialization efforts: The case of Riddick Bowe and the United States Marine Corps. Public Personnel Management. 29, (3), 367-378.

Baker III, H.E. (2000). Maximizing the benefits of an ancillary. Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 1, 39-42.

Paulson, S.K. and Baker III, H.E., (1999). An experiential approach to facilitate anticipatory socialization. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 7, (4), 365-378.

Baker III, H.E. and Bates, H., (1999) Student and faculty perceptions of the impact of plus/minus grading: A management department perspective. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 10, (1), 23-33.

Baker III, H.E. and Jennings, K.M. (1999). Dysfunctional organizational control mechanisms: An example. Journal of Applied Management Studies, 8, (2), 231- 239.
 

Baker III, H.E., Bates, H., Garbacik-Kopman, J.V. and McEldowney, J. (1998). A preliminary investigation into the correlation between teaching and research in the Florida State University System. Management Research News, 21, (9), 1-9.

Baker III, H.E. and Jennings, K.M. (1994). An out- of-control organizational control mechanism. Journal of Management Education, 18, (3), 380-384.

Paulson, S.K. and Baker III, H.E. (1993). An empirical typology of approaches to the teaching of Organization Theory. Journal of Education for Business, 69, (1), 18-22.

Baker III, H.E. (1993). The impact of readability level on questionnaire measures reliability. Management Research News, 16, (4), 1-5.

Baker III, H.E. (1993). Minority attitudes about work: A view from the high achievers. Negro Educational Review, 44, (1-2), 32-39.

Baker III, H.E. (1993). “Wax on-Wax off": French and Raven at the movies. Journal of Management Education, 17, (4), 517-519.

Baker III, H.E. and Coltrin, S.A. (1993). Practitioner-Driven human resource management course development. HRMagazine, 38, (11), 90-96.

Baker III, H.E. (1992). Employee socialization strategies and the presence of union representation. Labor Studies Journal, 17, (1), 5-17.

Baker III, H.E. and Kare, D.D. (1992). Relationship between annual report readabilityand corporate financial performance. Management Research News, 15, 1-4.

Baker III, H.E. and Feldman, D.C. (1991). Linking organizational socialization tactics with corporate human resource management strategies. Human Resource Management Review, 1, (3), 193-202.

Baker III, H.E. and Paulson, S.K. (1991). A survey of approaches to teaching organization theory. Journal of Education for Business, 67, (1), 45- 49.

Baker III, H.E. and Feldman, D.C. (1990). Strategies of organizational socialization and their impact on newcomer adjustment. Journal of Managerial Issues, 2, (2), 198-212.

Baker III, H.E. (1989). Dynamics of change: Precipitated resistance to change in the classroom. The Organizational Behavior Teaching Review, 13, (4), 134-137.

BOOKS and
BOOK CHAPTER:

Baker III, H.E. and Paulson, S.K. (2007). Experiential Exercises in Organization Theory and Design. 2nd. Edition, Mason, OH: South-Western.

Baker III, H.E. and Paulson, S.K. (2007). Instructors Manual and Guide to
Accompany Experiential Exercises in Organization Theory and Design. 2nd. Edition Mason, OH: South-Western.

Baker III, H.E. and Paulson, S.K. (2004). Experiential Exercises in OrganizationTheory and Design. Mason, OH: South-Western.

Baker III, H.E. and Paulson, S.K. (2004). Instructors Manual and Guide to
Accompany Experiential Exercises in Organization Theory and Design. Mason, OH: South-Western.

Baker III, H.E. and Paulson, S.K. (1995) Experiential Exercises in Organization
Theory. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

Baker III, H.E. and Paulson, S.K. (1995) Instructors Manual and Guide to
Accompany Experiential Exercises in Organization Theory. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

Baker III, H.E. and Williamson, S.A. (1993). Strategies for teaching and administering
large classes. In Richard A. Dunipace and Kenneth N. Thompson (Eds.), Teaching The Mass Section: Selections From The Literature, St. Paul, Mn: West Publishing Company. pp. 43-48.

RESEARCH
MONOGRAPH:

Williamson, S.A., Baker III, H.E., and Beck, F.C. (May 3, 1992). An empirical examination of cardiopulmonary resuscitation skills acquisition and retention of emergency medical service personnel in the state of Florida. State of Florida Health and Rehabilitative Services, Office of Emergency Medical Services Matching Grant #M0188.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

Baker III, H.E., Bates, H., Garbacik-Kopman, J.V. and McEldowney, J. (1999). The Correlation Between Teaching and research: A Case Study. Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the Western Decision Sciences Institute.April 6-10, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Baker III, H.E. and Coltrin, S.A. (March 25, 1993). Results of HR Practitioner Computerization Survey. In Bulletin To Management. 44, (12), 95. Washington, D.C.:Bureau of National Affairs.

Baker III, H.E. and Coltrin, S.A. (1992) HRM students need adeptness in HRsoftware. HRNews, 11, (9), December, A4.

Baker III, H. E. and Kare, D. D. (1991). Relationship between annual report readability and corporate financial performance. Unpublished manuscript, University of North Florida, 1991. In Financial Executive, "Business Talk", (January/February), 9-10.
 

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