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THOMAS G. GUTTERIDGE PERSONAL DATA
Business Address: Emeritus Dean and Distinguished Professor of Management CIBER Fellow School of Business University of Connecticut 2100 Hillside Road Unit 1041 Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1041 Telephone: (860) 486-6418 Fax (860) 486-6415 Tom.Gutteridge@business.uconn.edu
Ph.D. June 1971 - Industrial Administration Herman C. Krannert Graduate School of Industrial Administration Purdue University Major Area: Industrial Relations/Human Resources Minor Areas: Industrial Psychology; Strategic Planning and Management August 1966 - Industrial Administration Herman C. Krannert Graduate School Purdue University August 1965 - Industrial Engineering General Motors Institute (now Kettering University)
2002 – present 1992 - 2002 1983 - 1992 1970 - 1983 Emeritus Dean and Distinguished Professor of Management, CIBER Fellow, School of Business, University of Connecticut Dean and Distinguished Professor of Management, School of Business Administration, The University of Connecticut Dean and Professor of Management, College of Business and Administration, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale Associate/Assistant Professor of Human Resources and Industrial Relations, School of Management, State University of New York at Buffalo 1982 - 1983 1981 - 1983 1978 - 1983 1974 - 1983 1974 - 1978 1967 - 1969 Director, Development Center for Business MBA Program Chair Associate Dean and Executive Director, Regional Economic Assistance Center Director, Human Resources Institute Director, Human Resources Management (HRM) Option in MBA Program
Instructor in Personnel/Industrial Relations Krannert School of Industrial Management Purdue University
1995 - 1998 1970 - Present Member, Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations. Appointed by Governor John Rowland. Human resources consultant with varied international assignments related to organizational career development, human resource planning, succession planning and personnel management. Also conduct national seminars on these topics. Per-diem labor arbitrator. Member of American Arbitration Association and Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Arbitration Panels Per-diem labor mediator, fact-finder and arbitrator (grievance and interest). New York State Public Employment Relations Board Assistant to marketing vice-president and corporate recruiter, Industrial Nucleonics Corporation Assistant safety engineer, production supervisor and other varied work assignments, Buick Motor Division, General Motors Corporation
1977 - Present 1972 - 1983 1966 - 1967 1960 - 1965
Honors and Awards Who's Who Registry, Platinum Edition American Men and Women in the Social Sciences Beta Gamma Sigma Golden Key Honor Society Robert F. Betters Memorial Award for Excellence in Personnel Administration/Industrial Relations, Niagara Frontier Chapter of American Society of Personnel Administration, 1979 Walter F. Storey Awards for Leadership and Professional Contributions in the Career Development Field, 1983 Selected Academic Leadership Accomplishments (in collaboration with others)
University of Connecticut
Increased the School’s endowment from just over $1 million (1992) to over $23 million in commitments. In the process, helped create four endowed centers and nine endowed chairs/professorships. Secured funding for a new business school facility in Storrs (dedicated October 2001) and helped plan its design. Received $22.5 million for the building from UConn 2000 and raised an additional $4.5 million plus from alumni and friends.
3 Obtained funding and refunding (twice) from the U.S. Department of Education for the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), one of only thirty such centers nationwide. Worked with School’s Operations and Information Management Department (OPIM) to establish an unprecedented intellectual partnership with GE Capital (edgelab) that provides unique experiential learning opportunities for students, research for faculty and GE Capital professionals, and state-of-the-art facilities for School and UConn at our Stamford location. The School’s strong relationship with GE resulted in their making an investment (donation) to UConn totaling $11 million. Worked with the University of Connecticut Foundation and the School’s Finance Department to establish $1 million Student Managed Investment Fund at the undergraduate and MBA levels. Helped establish partnerships with other Connecticut Fortune 500 companies, e.g., Aetna/ING, The Hartford, Pratt and Whitney, Travelers. Helped establish School executive development network and oversee four MBA programs operated at regional campuses as profit centers. Received two grants from GE Fund (totaling over $1 million) to establish Master of Science in Technology Management (MSTM), to create an SBA Diversity Network, and to develop SBA elearning capability. Created highly successful Family Business Program. Integrated Connecticut Small Business Development Center into School. Established strong linkages with other UConn academic units (e.g., Engineering, College of Liberal Arts, Medical School), including establishment of business minor. Changed and improved School’s managerial and operational processes. Established Schoolwide strategic planning processes and created vision statement. Oversaw revision, updating and reengineering of School’s academic programs at all degree levels, i.e., BS, MBA, MS, PhD. Obtained business and accountancy reaccredidation from AACSB.
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Obtained approval for and provided academic leadership to $4.7 million COBA Capital Campaign, first-ever in SIUC history Established COBA External Advisory Board
4 Created series of COBA outreach centers · Business Research Center · Center for Managerial and Executive Development · International Business Institute · Small Business Development Center Provided leadership in obtaining funding for Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), consortium with Memphis State University, funded by U.S. Office of Education Helped develop and then update College's five-year strategic plan Formulated College's alumni relations program and structured annual alumni phone-a-thon Implemented annual faculty planning and review program Established international linkage agreements with counterpart institutions in People's Republic of China and Taiwan Reorganized academic management of College's BS, MBA, and DBA programs Established career planning and placement emphasis within College Helped obtain approval for School of Accountancy within COBA Established COBA Associates program as a means of strengthening relationship between College and corporate sector Teaching Interests Primary teaching responsibilities have involved personnel/human resources management, organizational career development and industrial relations Have also taught in areas of employment and training policy, employment discrimination, corporate strategic planning/business policy and management processes Also teach variety of continuing education seminars/workshops on topics such as career development, human resource planning, interviewing/selection and management development Grant Development Experience 1972 1974 Obtained research grant with Professor Joseph Ullman from U.S. Department of Labor to study effectiveness of National Registry for Engineers Obtained four year, $400,000 grant from U.S. Department of Labor to train regional employment and training specialists under Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) Obtained series of grants from State of New York, City of Buffalo and Erie County to conduct applied manpower research and provide technical assistance and continuing education courses to staff of Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) prime sponsors
1974 - 1982
Received two year, $650,000 contract (in cooperation with Columbia University) from U.S. Department of Labor to fund proposal entitled "Development of an Improved CETA Evaluation and Reporting System" Obtained two year, $265,000 grant from U.S. Department of Commerce to study adjustments made by New York State business firms to conditions of economic decline, especially the decline brought about by foreign competition Helped obtain annual funding from Small Business Administration for SIUC Small Business Development Center and Small Business Institute projects Assisted in development of CIBER proposal submitted to U.S. Office of Education and funded for three years at $300,000 level. Consortium proposal with Memphis State University Assisted in development of successful CIBER proposal for UConn. Assisted in development of proposals to GE Fund to enhance diversity within School ($475,000), to establish masters in technology management ($250,000) and to create e-learning capability ($400,000).
1979 - 1982
1984 - 1990 1990 1995/1999/ 2002 1995/2000
Service Involvement 1. Professional Affiliations Academy of Management American Arbitration Association Human Resource Planning Society 2. Professional Leadership · American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (now AACSB International) Chair, Illinois Council of Deans, 1985 - 1986 Program Chair and Vice President, Mid-East Region, 1987 - 1988 President, Mid-Continent East Region, 1988 - 1989 Member, AACSB Visitation Committee, 1987 - 1990 Member, Continuing Accreditation Committee, 1990 - 1992 Member, Business Accreditation Committee, 1996 - 1999 Member, Accreditation Application Review Committee, 1999-present Have served as chair, advisor or member of over fifty AACSB accreditation reviews. · Elected to Board of Governors of Beta Gamma Sigma, 2002 - present · Academy of Management Executive Board of Personnel - Human Resources Division, 1974 - 1977 Chair, Career Development Committee of Management Education and Development Division, 1974 - 1976 Membership Officer of Management Education and Development Division, 1974 - 1975 Steering Committee of Career Interest Group, 1980 - 1983 Executive Committee of Careers Division, 1989 - 1992
6 · American Society for Personnel Administration, Niagara Frontier Chapter Treasurer, 1979 Secretary, 1980 President, 1981 · American Society of Training and Development Career Development Task Force, 1977 - 1979 Career Development Division Executive Committee, 1979 - 1983 Chairman of CDD Executive Committee and member of ASTD Board of Directors, 1981 - 1982 · Editorial Board, Human Resource Planning, 1988 - 1989 3. Public Service (Selected Listing) Member, Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations, 1995-1998 Member, Board of Directors, Connecticut Award for Excellence ( CAFÉ), 1997-2000 Chair, SIUC/Sheller-Globe Planning Committee, 1986 - 1989 Illinois SBDC Advisory Board, 1985 - 1989 Management Assistance Committee, United Way, Also member of Executive Committee, 1980 - 1983 Erie County Economic Development Task Force, Vice-Chair of Employment and Training Subcommittee, 1982 Manpower Advisory Council of Erie County Manpower Planning Office, Member of Council's Executive Committee, 1974 - 1979 Labor Commentator, WEBR radio, 1976 - 1977 Advisory Board, Every Woman's Opportunity Center, 1976 - 1977 Institutional Service (Selected Listing) University of Connecticut Chair, SBA Executive Committee, 1992-2002 Member, Dean of Students Search Committee, 2001 Chair, Search for Associate Vice Chancellor of Tri-Campus, 1998-2000 Member, Center for Science and Technology Commercialization Committee 2000-present Member, Provost Search Committee, 1994-1995 Member, Provost Distance Learning Committee, 1994-1996 Southern Illinois University at Carbondale Chair, COBA Executive Committee, 1983 - 1992 Member, Dean's Advisory Council, 1983 - 1992 Member, Budget Advisory Committee, 1987 - 1989 Member, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Research Search Committee, 1987 Member, Graduate Council, 1986 - 1987 Member, Honorary Degrees Committee, 1984 - 1987 Member, Naming Facilities Committee, 1984 - 1987 Chair, Search Committee for Incubator Director, 1990 Chair, Incubator Business Executive Board, 1990 - 1992
7 SUNY - Buffalo Member, SOM Career Development Committee, 1970 - 1980 Member, SOM Advisory Committee, 1978 - 1983 Chair, MBA Program Committee, 1981 - 1983 Faculty Senate Alternate, 1980 - 1981 Chair, Search Committee for Personnel Director, 1978
RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
Research interests include career patterns of college trained manpower, design, implementation and evaluation of organizational career programs and strategic human resource planning systems and evaluation of personnel/human resources management.
Books and Monographs
Thomas Gutteridge, Zandy Leibowitz, and Jane Shore, Organizational Career Development: Benchmarks for Building a World-Class Workforce, Jossey Bass in cooperation with ASTD, 1993. Thomas Gutteridge and Uma Sekaran, Career Planning and Development: A Multi-Dimensional Perspective, An Annotated Bibliography, American Society for Training and Development, April 1986, 68 pp. Thomas Gutteridge and Fred Otte, Organizational Career Development: State of the Practice, American Society for Training and Development, Spring 1983, 108 pp. Thomas Gutteridge, Career Planning and Development: Perspectives of the Individual and the Organization, Annotated Research Bibliography, American Society for Training and Development, October 1980, 76 pp. James Walker and Thomas Gutteridge, Career Planning Practices, An American Management Association Survey Report, AMACOM, 1979, 40 pp. Thomas Gutteridge, editor, Joint Canadian-American Conference on Manpower Policy, Anna Publishing Company, 1976, 50 pp.
Contributor to Monographs
Thomas Gutteridge, "Linking Career Development and Human Resource Planning," in 1983 ASTD Conference Proceedings, Sandy Hirsch and Zandy Leibowitz, editors, American Society for Training and Development, Fall 1983. Walter Society, editor, A Guide for Career Development Inquiry, American Society for Training and Development, 1979. Updated as Career Development Systems: Questions Worth Asking and Answers Worth Questioning, Stephen Merman and Zandy Leibowitz, editors, 1987. Thomas Gutteridge, "Commentary: A Comparison of Perspectives," in Careers in Organizations: Individual Planning and Organizational Development, Lee Dyer, editor, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, 1976.
Thomas G. Gutteridge, Zandy Leibowitz and Jane Shore, “A New Look at Organizational Career Development,” Human Resource Planning Journal, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 71-84. Thomas G. Gutteridge, Zandy Leibowitz and Jane Shore, “When Careers Flower, Organizations Flourish,” Training and Development Journal, Nov. 1993. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "The HRPD Profession: A Vision of Tomorrow," Human Resource Planning Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 109-124. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Organizational Career Development Systems: The State of the Practice," in Douglas T. Hall, editor, Career Development in Organizations (San Francisco: JosseyBass, 1986). Thomas G. Gutteridge and Peggy Hutcheson, "Career Development," in Leonard Nadler, editor, The Handbook of Human Resource Development (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1984 and updated in 1990). Thomas G. Gutteridge and Fred Otte, "Organizational Career Development: What's Going On Out There," Training and Development Journal, Vol. 37, No. 2 (February 1983), 22-26. Thomas G. Gutteridge and Raymond Hill, "Career Planning and Development: A Survey of Business School Instructional Practices," Collegiate News and Views, Winter 1981 - 82, 5-9. Elmer Burack and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Pervasiveness of Institutional Manpower Planning: Rhetoric Versus Reality," California Management Review, spring 1978, 13-22. Reprinted in (a) Larry F. Moore and Larry Charach, eds., Manpower Planning for Canadians, Vancouver, B.C.: Institute of Industrial Relations, University of British Columbia, 1979; (b) Mariann Jelinek, editor, Career Management: For the Individual and the Organization, Chicago, Illinois: St. Clair Press, 1979; and © George E. Biles and Steven R. Holmberg, eds., Strategic Human Resource Planning, Glen Ridge, N.J.: Thomas Horton and Daughters, 1980. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Organizational Career Development and Planning," Pittsburgh Business Review, Spring 1978, 8-14. Reprinted in J.J. Chruden and A. W. Sherman, Jr., eds., Readings in Personnel Management: The Utilization of Human Resources, Cincinnati, Ohio: South Western Publishing, 1980. Robert Cerveny and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Policy Capturing and the Distribution of CETA Title VI Project Grant Monies," Urban Systems, Vol. 4, No. 3/4 (1979), 233-241. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Labor Market Adaptations of Displaced Technical Professionals," Industrial and Labor Relations Review, July 1978, 460-673. Excerpted in Wharton Magazine, Winter 1979. Robert Allen and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "The Effects of Additional Education on the Labor Market Experiences of Two Year College Alumni," Research in Higher Education, Fall 1978, 357-372. Robert Allen and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Intensity of Occupational Training: Its Effects on Subsequent Labor Market Experiences," Community/Junior College Research Quarterly, Fall 1978, 307-380. Jerry Newman, Bhal Bhatt and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Determinants of Expatriate Effectiveness: a Theoretical and Empirical Vacuum," Academy of Management Review, July 1978, 655-661.
Robert Allen and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "The Effects of Additional Education on the Subsequent Labor Market Success of Two-Year College Alumni: The Case for Engineering Majors," IEEE Transactions on Education, November 1977, 178-182. Jerry Newman, Bhal Bhatt and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Determinants of Expatriate Effectiveness: A Theoretical and Empirical Vacuum," Academy of Management Proceedings, August 1976. Robert Allen and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "The Effects of Educational Attainment on Labor Market Experiences," IRRA Proceedings, December 1975, 75-83. Thomas G. Gutteridge and Joseph Ullman, "An Analysis of the Reemployment Aspirations of Displaced Engineers and Scientists," Academy of Management Proceedings, August 1974, 36. Robert Allen and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "The Career Profiles of Business Majors from Two-Year Public and Proprietary Colleges," Academy of Management Proceedings, August 1974. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Career Profiles of the New Engineer," New Engineer, June 1974, 30-34. Joseph Ullman and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Job Search in the Labor Market for College Graduates: A Case Study of MBAs," Academy of Management Journal, June 1974, 381-386. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "The Composite MBA," MBA, April 1974, 23-30. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "The Hardest Job of All: Career Planning, MBA, October 1973, 19-23. Thomas G. Gutteridge and Joseph Ullman, "On the Returns to Job Search: An Empirical Study," Academy of Management Proceedings, August 1973, 366-371. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "MBA Recruitment and Utilization: A Comparison of Two Perspectives," Personnel Journal, April 1973, 293-303. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "MBA Education: The Issue of a Product-Market Mismatch," AACSB Bulletin, April 1973, 14-27. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Predicting Career Success of Graduate Business School Alumni," Academy of Management Journal, March 1973, 129-137. Joseph Ullman and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "The Relation of Job Search to Job Choice and Career Patterns," Journal of College Placement, February-March, 1973, 67-72. Thomas g. Gutteridge, "Career Progress of Krannert MSIA Alumni," Krannert Alumni Bulletin, Fall 1971, 4-7. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Alumni Job Search: A Review of Alternative Placement Sources," Krannert Alumni Bulletin, Spring 1970, 1-4.
Zandy Leibowitz and Thomas G. Gutteridge, Contributing Editors, "Career Development: Future Focus," Training and Development Journal, Vol. 37, No. 2 (February 1983). Thomas G. Gutteridge, Sharlene Gallson and Patricia Zimmerman, "Career Planning and Development: Perspectives of the Individual and the Organization," An Annotated Research Bibliography, 1975+ update, Journal Supplement Abstract Service, Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, November 1981, Vol. 11, 90. Ray Hunt, J.P. Near, R.W. Rice and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Job Satisfaction and Life Satisfaction: Survey Results on Work and Non-Work Related correlates," Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, Journal Supplement Abstract Service of the American Psychological Association, May 1977. Patrick Pinto, Thomas G. Gutteridge, Robert Gillman and Anne Tsui, "Career Planning and Career Management: Perspectives of the Individual and the Organization," An Annotated Research Bibliography, Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, Fall 1975, Vol. 61.
Unpublished Research Reports
Thomas G. Gutteridge, Economic Impact of the State University of New York at Buffalo on the County of Erie, Regional Economic Assistance Center, School of Management, SUNY-Buffalo, April 1982, 60 pp. Donald Arsem, Thomas G. Gutteridge and James McConnell, The Nature and Implications of the Adjustment Processes Used by U.S. Manufacturing Firms in Import-Impacted Industries. Report to the Economic Development Association, U.S. Department of Commerce, October 1981, 165 pp. plus 11 pp. supplement. Thomas G. Gutteridge and Gerald Kelly, Ranking Buffalo: An Average Cost City, Regional Economic Assistance Center, SUNY-Buffalo, School of Management, 1981. Brian Becker and Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Determinants of Successful Private Sector Involvement in Public Employment and Training Programs," Human Resources Institute Survey Report, July 1979, 24 pp. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Career Planning: State of the Practice," in Experiential Approaches to Career Assessment and Planning, Thomas Gutteridge, editor, Symposium at Thirty-Seventh Annual Academy of Management Meeting, August 1977, 58 pp. Thomas G. Gutteridge, "Some Theoretical Perspectives on Career Development," in Organizational Career Development: State of the Practice, Thomas Gutteridge, editor, Symposium at ThirtySixth Annual Academy of Management Meeting, August 1976, 77 pp. Joseph Ullman and Thomas G. Gutteridge, The Effectiveness of Mailed Applicant-Opening Matches as a Placement Device and as Labor Marketing Information: A Study of the National Registry for Engineers. Report to the Office of Research and Development, Manpower Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, June 1973, 11 pp.
Book and Article Reviews
Reviewer for Choice of books in labor, personnel management, career development and human resources. William F. Glueck, PERSONNEL: A DIAGNOSTIC APPROACH, in the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 36, No. 2, January 1983. Peter B. Doeringer, WORKPLACE PERSPECTIVES ON EDUCATION AND TRAINING, in the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 35, No. 4, July 1982. Albert Eichner and Charles Brecher, CONTROLLING SOCIAL EXPENDITURES: THE SEARCH FOR OUTPUT MEASURES, in the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 33, No. 4, July 1980. Elmer H. Burack, STRATEGIES FOR MANPOWER PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING, in the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 27, No. 1, October 1973.
Presentations (Selected Listing) "Organizational Career Development," A Professional Workshop, Division of Management Education, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor - three times per year from 1978- 1992. "Organizational Career Development: State of the Practice," Annual Conference of American Society for Training and Development, San Francisco, California, May 1991. "Organizational Career Development," Singapore Institute of Management, May 1991, June 1995. "Workplace 2000 - A Career Development Perspective," ASTD Chapter - Cincinnati, Ohio, March 1991. "Career Development: A Shared Responsibility," AMOCO Production Company, Houston, Texas, January 1991. "The HRPD Professional: A Vision of Tomorrow," Niagara Frontier Chapter - SHRM, September 1990. "HR Planning for the 90's," Oklahoma Human Resources Conference, May 1990. "Career Development: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities for the 90's," 1989 ASTD National Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, June 1989. "Strategic Human Resource Management," Singapore Institute of Management, March 1989.
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