Professor of Management
Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Programs
Address: Pace University - New York City campus
Room W-487, 1 Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038
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An authority on the use of technology to support the instructional process in higher education and in the development of work standards and performance appraisal systems, Dr. Dan Baugher is a professor of management at the Lubin School of Business and Chair of the Department of Management and Management Science.
Dr. Baugher has acted as a management consultant and trainer for a wide range of organizations including Yale University, New York State Division of the Budget, AT&T, Nippon Telephone and Telegraph, CBS, New York State Division of Taxation and Finance, Hardee's Food Systems, New Jersey Transit Rail Operations, the law offices of Fragomen, Del Rey, and Bernsen, Citibank, and the New York City Board of Education. Dr. Baugher is also Vice-president of a major condo Association in Manhattan.Dr. Baugher has served as a visiting professor at Rutgers University, taught on site in the college program for life inmates at Rahway State Prison in New Jersey, studied clinical depression at The Carrier Clinic, in Belle Meade, New Jersey, and served as a research intern in the Human Resources Research Laboratory of AT&T. He continues to consult with the Executive Department of the Governor's Office and the New York State Division of the Budget and has done so under both Governors Pataki and Cuomo and engages in assignments involving the immigration service and homeland security.
Dr. Baugher has co-authored several texts and a variety of support materials including videos and computer-based simulations in the field of management on such topics as strategic management, organizational behavior, leadership, and operations management for McGraw-Hill, Southwestern Publishing, and Random House. Dr. Baugher is the author of articles in a number of journals, including Transportation Research Record, Public Personnel Management, Aging and Work, Journal of Research in Personality, Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Journal of Education in Business, Journal of Managerial Issues, and Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education.
In 1994, Dr. Baugher assessed turnstile throughput for the Metrocard in the New York City subway system and aided in developing the business plan for bringing the Metrocard above ground as a payment medium in retail establishments. In 1998, Dr. Baugher received the Lubin School of Business Award for Innovation in Teaching and in 2000 and was the keynote speaker on the use of Internet-based courseware systems at the Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning (ABSEL). In 2002, SAP, the world's largest enterprise software manufacturer, awarded Professors Andrew Varanelli, Jr., Dan Baugher, and Kustav Sen a $25,000 grant to develop a plug-and-play software module for demonstrating the value of Enterprise Resource Planning in the design and costing of a new manufacturing facility. In the fall, 2004, Dr. Baugher along with Dr. Varanelli and Dr. Weisbord were presented with a best journal article award by the editors of Decision Sciences Institute for an article appearing in Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative education.
Dr. Baugher is currently conducting research to ascertain the impact of cultural diversity on the performance of students in competitive business games. He also continues his research on factors which contribute to student dropout from Business Schools as well as his research on how Internet instruction impacts student performance or may match specific types of students. Recent research efforts are focusing on how policies and procedures in diversified firms can foster conflict. Future projects seek to validate the relationship of prior training and experience to job performance and to assess student attitudes toward corporate social responsibility and business ethics.