Bunderson to lead Executive Programs

Published 1/16/2014
Stuart Bunderson, the George and Carol Bauer Professor of Organizational Ethics and Governance, has accepted the appointment to the position of associate dean of executive programs at Olin Business School. He will assume this role on March 1, 2014.

In his new position, Bunderson will be responsible for providing strategic direction and overseeing operations and administration of Executive MBA and nondegree Executive Education programs.

Bunderson joined Olin’s faculty as an assistant professor of organizational behavior in July 1998. He became a full professor in 2010 and is an honorary professor of Group and Organization Management in the Faculty of Economics and Business at The University of Groningen (Netherlands). Bunderson has taught Executive MBA courses at Olin for more than a decade including the Leadership Residency and is the recipient of multiple teaching awards

He received a BS in psychology (with honors) and an MS in organizational behavior (with highest honors) from Brigham Young University, and earned his doctorate in organizational behavior from the University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management.

Before pursuing his academic career, Bunderson worked in organization and management development at PepsiCo, Inc. He has worked closely with a wide range of leading companies in his executive teaching, consulting, and collaborative research activities. Bunderson has also published extensively in top academic journals, and has served in editorial positions for those journals.

Sam Chun, senior lecturer in management practice, will continue in his role as interim associate dean for executive programs until February 28, 2014.