MINDAY Don

Senior Lecturer

Department : Management and Organization

Nationalities :

Teaching

  • Business Ethics at Rennes (1998-2004)
  • International Management at IGS Paris (1997-2004) and at ESC Rennes (2000-2002)
  • Management at CEFAM (Centre d’Études Franco-Américain) (1994-1999)

Qualifications

  • MBA, University of South Carolina, USA
  • BSc in Biochemistry, Michigan State University, USA

 

Research Interests

  • Franco-American cultural differences in management and Qualifications
  • Managing cultural change in mergers and acquisitions
  • Business Ethics: creating a values-driven corporate culture

Work Experience

Academic

  • Management and Organization Academic Area Coordinator, Rennes School of Business (September, 2013 – Present).
  • Senior Lecturer in Management & Organization, Human Resources Management Academic Area, Rennes School of Business (August, 1999 – Present).
  • Temple / IGS Program International MBA Program Manager, Lecturer in Management, CEFAM and Groupe IGS (August, 1994 – June, 1999).
  • Director of Studies, CESMA MBA program, Groupe ESC Lyon (now EM Lyon) (August, 1990 – March, 1994).

Non Academic

  • Training Manager, The Navigators ( January, 1975 – August, 1990)
  • Laboratory technician, Michigan State University, Dept. of Biochemistry (March, 1973 – December, 1974)

Intellectual contributions

Refereed Proceedings Learning & Pedagogical Scholarship

Conference paper Can you please stop talking while I teach

Authors:Minday, D., Marsillac, E., & McNamara, T. Published in:Anglo-saxon teaching expectations in a French Business education environment. AIB Midwest Conference, Chicago, USA. March 2007. Date:2007