Some of the earliest memories of joining the Orange family begin the day new students move onto campus. During Syracuse Welcome 2021, faculty and staff are invited to join the Orientation Leaders, Goon Squad and the Office of First-Year and Transfer Programs (FYTP) in continuing the kick-off tradition of greeting and moving new students into their residence halls. A variety of volunteer times…
School of Management doctoral candidate Wheatley to speak on innovation strategy in April 10 Pathways to Knowledge lecture
School of Management doctoral candidate Wheatley to speak on innovation strategy in April 10 Pathways to Knowledge lecture April 06, 2001Judy Holmesjlholmes@syr.edu
Kathleen Keir Wheatley, a Ph.D. candidate in Syracuse University’s School of Management, will present “Implementing an Innovation Strategy: The Effects of Strategic Leadership Structure and Compensation” at 7:30 p.m. April 10 in Grant Auditorium. Her lecture is part of the continuing Pathways to Knowledge Lecture Series. Wheatley’s research investigates the implication of strategic leadership structure and compensation on the innovation strategy-firm performance relationship. Traditionally, top management teams and boards of directors share leadership responsibilities. Innovation strategy is becoming a more common vehicle through which firms gain competitive advantage. The strategies, along with leadership issues, have been examined independently in strategy research. The methodology has traditionally focused on the direct relationship between innovation and performance, or on leadership and performance. Wheatley’s research attempts to bridge the gap between these two viewpoints and integrate the research areas by exploring the role of strategic leadership in implementing an innovation strategy. Sponsored by the Department of Science Teaching in The College of Arts and Sciences and the Graduate School, the Pathways to Knowledge Lecture Series is designed to broaden the academic horizons of undergraduate students by inviting the University’s Ph.D. candidates to share their research.