Faculty & Staff
Benyamin B Lichtenstein , PhD
- Associate Professor in Management
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100 Morrissey Blvd. Office Location: M-5-214
Areas of Expertise
Entrepreneurship and Small Business; Clean-Tech – Sustainability – Social Entrepreneurship; Organizational Change and Transformation; Leadership.
PhD, Boston College, 1998
BA, University of California at Santa Cruz, 1988
Professional Publications & Contributions
Conference design and implementation; Sales and marketing for entrepreneurial companies.
Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation (MGT 667);
Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MGT 470);
Organizational Analysis and Skills (MGT 650);
Honors Thesis Program (MGT 478);
Managing Organizations (MGT 303).
Clean-Tech Entrepreneurship course for Spring, 2011
Emergence and transformation of entrepreneurial ventures; Dynamics of social and organizational change. Complexity science and the ecology of leadership; Social change through entrepreneurial innovation.
Journal of Business Venturing
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
Journal of Organizational Change Management
Praxyma, Inc. - Consulting practice for sustainability and growth in entrepreneurial companies
College of Management Faculty Research Fellow, 2009-2011. U-Mass Boston.
Best Paper of the Year Award; Academy of Management Executive, 2001 for “Self-Organized Transitions: A Pattern Amidst the ‘Chaos’ of Transformative Change.”
Outstanding Paper Award; Journal of Organizational Change Management - MCB Press, 1998. For “Grace, Magic & Miracles: A Chaotic Logic of Organizational Transformation.”
Outstanding University Teaching Award—Harry Jack Gray Teaching Scholarship; University of Hartford, 1999-2000
Sam M. Walton Free Enterprise Fellow; Students in Free Enterprise. 1999-2002. Regional Competition Awardees (Rookies of the Year; and 2nd Runners-Up in the 4-year University section)
Outstanding Student Club at the University (Founding Faculty Advisor for the Entrepreneurs Association) - Office of Student Affairs; University of Hartford, 2000-2001.