Assistant Professor, Organizational Behaviour

  • Faculty Director, Executive Education

Profile

Professor Loree joined the Ivey School of Business in July 2000. Before moving to Ivey, he was a faculty member in the Management Department at Texas A&M University, where he served as a core faculty member of the full-time MBA program. David received a B.S. in electrical engineering from Bradley University, an MBA from University of Dallas, and a Ph.D. in Organizations, Strategy, and International Management from University of Texas. Before moving into executive education, he previously worked as a design and reliability engineer with Texas Instruments, Inc. on various national defense-related projects.

David has received the Ivey Teaching Innovation Award for innovative course design and curriculum. He currently teaches in the areas of leadership, management behaviour and change management for the core MBA programs in Canada as well as the Executive MBA programs in Canada.

David is the Director of the Ivey Leadership Program -- named by Financial Times as one of the world’s top ten programs in general management and leadership. He has also designed and delivered executive education programs for private clients such as Effem / Mars, KPMG, NCR, McCain Foods, Maple Leaf Foods, Ontario Power Generation (both hydro and nuclear divisions of the company), Volvo, Dofasco, The Globe and Mail (Canada’s largest-circulation national newspaper), General Dynamics Land Systems, HSBC, Bank of China Hong Kong, Manulife, ING-Canada, TD Bank Financial Group, Canwest, Magellan Aerospace, Rogers Communications, Ontario Power Authority, Canadian Standards Association, Schulich School of Medicine (Western University), Teknion Office Products, Certified General Accountants Association, Pelmorex (The Weather Network), Ministry of Attorney General, Aecon Construction Group, Cari-Med Ltd., Open Text, Royal Bank of Canada, The Learning Partnership, Bruce Power (Nuclear), Ontario Teacher’s Pension Plan, Great-West Lifeco, Greater Toronto Airport Authority, and Price Waterhouse Coopers.

Teaching

  • Organizational Behaviour

Programs Taught

  • Executive Education

Education

  • BSEE, Bradley University
  • MBA, University of Dallas
  • PhD, University of Texas at Dallas

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Bapuji, H., Loree, D.W., Crossan, M.M., 2011, "Connecting External Knowledge Usage and Firm Performance: An Empirical Analysis", Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, October-December 28(4): 215 - 231.
  • Loree, D.W., 2008, "Density-dependent Strategic Action: Outcomes of Structural Market Commitment in the Global Integrated Circuit Industry", Journal of Engineering and Technology Management 25(1-2): 23 - 57.
  • Levitas, E., McFadyen, M.A., Loree, D.W., 2006, "Survival and the Introduction of New Technology", Journal of Engineering and Technology Management 23(3): 182 - 201.
  • Loree, D.W., Chen, C., Guisinger, S., 2000, "International Acquisitions: Do Financial Analysts Take Note?", Journal of World Business, Third Quarter 35(3): 300 - 313.
  • Loree, D.W., Guisinger, S., 1995, "Policy and Non-Policy Determinants of US Equity Foreign Direct-Investment", Journal of International Business Studies 26(2): 281 - 299.

Experience

  • Western University Assistant Professor (2000-present)
  • Texas A&M University Assistant Professor (1995 - 2000)
  • University of Texas at Dallas Instructor (1992 - 1995)
  • Texas Instruments, Inc. Design and Reliability Engineer (1987 – 1992)