- Senior Lecturer - Management
- Business Department
- PHONE: (262) 595-2617
- EMAIL: email@example.com
Teaching, Research/Creative & Consulting Interests
Dr. Holmberg-Wright teaches organization behavior and theory, leadership, theory of management, soft management skills, and general business courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Dr. Holmberg-Wright is the author of more than thirty-five peer reviewed publications. Her research interests include soft management skills, entrepreneur management skills, mentoring, and leadership. In addition, she has recently published articles examining current issues concerning business education and the recent global economic crisis. Dr. Holmberg-Wright is a reviewer for a number of professional journals and textbook publishers. She currently serves as Senior Advisor for Franklin Publishing.
Since 1994, Dr. Holmberg-Wright has held the publically elected position of President (mayor) or Constable of the Village of North Bay. As President, she administered a budget of over $267,000, head at all meetings of the board, and had signature authority. She currently sits on the Governor’s Task Force on Emergency Management, Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission Advisory Committee on Transportation Systems Planning and Programming, Racine County Heads of Government, Central Racine County Health Department, and has served in an advisory capacity to the Joint Finance Committee offering insight on concerns of smaller municipalities. In addition, Dr. Holmberg-Wright has provided consultative services to other government entities and business entities.
2018: Why Gender Diversity is Both a Challenge and an Impending Financial Growth Opportunity for the Global Technology Industry, Business Education Innovation Journal (51-58 pp.)
2016: Soft Skills: The Missing Piece for Entrepreneurs to Grow a Business, American Journal of Management (pp. 11-18 (7 pages) pp.)
2014: Rising Government Debt Levels: Significant Distinctions Between the State and Local Government Municipal Bond Market Versus the Federal Debt Market, Business and Law Journal (19-36 pp.)
2014: Soft Skills: Needed by Employers, Misunderstood by Students, and a University Response, Leadership and Organizational Management Journal (6-19 pp.)
Selected Awards & Honors
2015: Students nominate individual for teaching award; a committee chooses the recipient, Stella Gray Teaching Excellence Award, University of Wisconsin - Parkside
Key Service Activities
2017: Task Force Member - Stella Gray Teaching Award Selection Committee
BUS 494 - INTERNSHIP
MBA 741 - CONTEMP CHALLENGS MANAG ORGAN
MBA 744 - MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
MBA 799 - INDEPENDENT STUDY AND RESEARCH
MGT 349 - ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR