Since working as a shift manager and subsequently completing his graduate studies, Dr. Miller has been a faculty member at Baylor University, Wake Forest University, and the University of Houston. At Baylor, he served as Director of the Center for Executive Education. At Wake Forest, he served as an area coordinator, an associate dean, and a program director. He is an active member of the Academy of Management and the Strategic Management Society, having served in such roles as associate editor for Academy of Management Journal and reviewer for best paper awards at global conferences. Awards and honors include the Outstanding Young Researcher Award (from Baylor University), teaching awards from Wake Forest University and Duke University (where he was a guest instructor), and designation as the Farr Fellow in Leadership at Wake Forest.
Dr. Miller has worked with a number of managers and executives. Through management development programs, he has contributed to the development of individuals from such organizations as ABB, Bank of America, Krispy Kreme, La Farge, Red Hat, State Farm Insurance, Texas Special Olympics, and the United States Postal Service. His focus has been change management, strategic visioning, and high-commitment/high-involvement approaches to managing people.
Dr. Miller's published research focuses on the functioning of management teams, the design of organizational structures and management systems, and the design of strategic decision processes. His publications have been accepted for publication in a number of outlets outlets, including Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Executive, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.
- MH 325F
- No Web Site Currently
Bauer Faculty & Staff Directory
Find by Program
Find by Department
Find by Office
Find by Type
Join us on campus 7/26 for a conversation on best practices for working families. Lunch will be provided. Learn more.