Stephanie Hurt

Associate Professor, School of Business

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Work Experience

Ph.D., Université de Lille I

Teaching Interests:
Business Policy, International Business, and Integrated Strategic Management (MBA).


SCHOLARSHIP

Articles and Chapters in Books:
Hurt, Stephanie & Hurt, M. (2009), “SAS: Leadership in Business Intelligence," The CASE Research Journal, 29(3,4): 77-107.

Hurt, Stephanie & Hurt, M. (2009), “A Confrontation of Mindsets: French Retailers in Poland," The CASE Journal, 5(2):54-65.

Hurt, Stephanie. (2008), “Business Model: a Holistic Scorecard for Piloting Firm Internationalization and Knowledge,” International Journal of Business Research, 8(3), 52-68.

Hurt, S. & Hurt, M. (2007, “Using Business Models to Assess the Effectiveness of Firm Internationalization,” International Journal of Business Strategy, VII, 86-106.

Hurt, S. (2007), “What Local Responsiveness Really Means to Multinational Corporations," Journal of the American Academy of Business, Cambridge, 11(2), 43-50.

Conference Presentations:
Hurt, Stephanie (2014), "How Does it Work?  Comparing and Contrasting Two Approaches to Management Consulting," presented in CSI -- Center For Scholastic Inquiry International Academic Research Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Hurt, Stephanie (2012), “Two Paths Followed by IT Service Providers Diversifying into Management Consulting,” presented in EGOS (European Group of Organizational Studies) Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

Hurt, Stephanie (2012), “MNE Knowledge Transfer Seen as Co-evolution,” presented at AIMS (Association International de Management Strategique) Annual Conference, Lille, France.

Hurt S. and Narapareddi, V. (2011), Case: ‘From Spinoffs to International JV’s,” presented at National NACRA Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Hurt, S. (2009, August), “Two Paths Followed by IT Service Providers Diversifying into Management Consulting: Insourcing and Outsourcing,” presented at the Academy of Management International
Management Conference, Chicago, IL.

Hurt, S. & Hurt, M. (2009, May), “Sonata Software: An Indian-German JV Opens a Path to Western Europe for an Indian Offshore Provider,” paper presented to the Eastern Academy of Management,
Hartford, CT.

Hurt, S. (2008, October), “Using Bus Models to Assess Internationalization,” paper presented to Academy of Management International Management Conference, Durham, NH.

Hurt, S. (2008, August), Organizer, Professional Development Workshop: “Business Model: in search of meaning,” (BPS Division) Academy of Management International Management Conference,
Santa Ana, CA.

Hurt, S. (2008, August), “Business Model: A Holistic Scorecard for Piloting Firm Internationalization and Knowledge Transfer,” paper presented to Academy of Management International Management Conference,
Anaheim, CA.

Hurt, S., & Hurt, M. (2007, October), “The SAS Institute and SAS Internationalization,” paper presented at the North American Case Research Association (NACRA), Keystone, CO.

Hurt, S. (2007, August), Organizer and Chair, Professional Development Workshop: “Making Case Study Research Count: Best Practices and Future Directions,” (IM Division) Academy of
Management International Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Hurt, S. & Hurt, M. (2007, August), “Putting Responsiveness Back into the Integration-Responsiveness Framework,” paper presented at the Academy of Management International Management Conference,
Philadelphia, PA.

Hurt, S. (2007, July), “The Need to Include Organization Embeddedness in Developing the Local Responsiveness of MNCs,” paper presented at the EGOS Conference, Vienna, Austria.

Awards:
2010 Best Case Award from the National Case Research Association: “SAS: Leadership in Business Intelligence,” published in the Case Research Journal, 2009.

School of Business Teacher of the Year, 2010, 2007


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