Mark Washburn

Mark Washburn

Associate Professor, Management/HRM (MHRM)
Email: mark.washburn@csulb.edu
Campus Phone: 562.985.4757
Office: COB-312 (Hours)

Mark Washburn earned a PhD in strategy at University of California, Irvine in spring 2009. He also received an MBA specializing in Accounting from CSULB in 2005. His work focuses on how managers interact with stock market analysts, and how such interactions influence strategic decisions.

Mark currently teaches Business Strategy and Policy (Mgmt. 425). His interest focus on evaluating and articulating different firm-wide strategies.

Organizational level decision making, and the influence of framing and behavior on strategic decisions. Aspirations, targets, and applied measures of firm performance. Executive succession as a method of promotion strategic change.

  • PhD, University of California, Irvine, 2009
    Major/Concentration: Management
  • Master, California State University, Long Beach, 2003
    Major/Concentration: Business Administration - Accounting
  • Bachelor, University of California, Los Angeles, 2001
    Major/Concentration: Economics
    Academic
  • California State University, Long Beach (2009 - Present) Assistant Professor
  • University of California, Irvine (2006 - 2007) Vice President, Business Student Association
  • University of California, Irvine (2006 - 2008) Teaching Assistant
  • Consultant
  • HCOM Consulting (2007 - 2008) Ad-Hoc Consultant
  • Other
  • UCLA Outdoor Adventures (1999 - 2001) Primary Guide and Instructor
  • Professional
  • Los Angeles Unified School District (2002 - 2005) Administrative Analyst
  • Marsan Turf and Irrigation (2001 - 2002) Associate
  • "Differences Between Inter- and Intra-Group Dynamics in Knowledge Transfer Processes", Management Decision , Jan-2017
  • "Estimating consumer demand for country of origin labeling: Cross country comparisons of German and US consumer home appliances", International Journal of Scientific Management and Development, Jan-2017
  • "Dispensing pleasantries? Responding to legitimacy and reputation in online medical marijuana marketing.", Management Decision , Sep-2016
  • "Managers and Analysts: An examination of mutal influence", Academy of Management Journal , Dec-2014
  • "Comparing Aspiration Models: The Role of Selective Attention", Journal of Management Studies , Jan-2012
  • "Running to Stand Still: Examining Firm Aspiration Track-Records Over CEO Tenure", Western Decision Science Institute , Mar-2019
  • "Balancing on The Triple Bottom Line: An Examination of Firm CSR Strategies", Western Decision Science Institute (WDSI) Meeting , Hawaii , Apr-2018
  • "Outpatient Foley Bulb Induction Protocol Provides Clinical and Cost Benefits", American College of OBGYN Annual Conference , Jan-2018
  • "Estimating Consumer Demand on Country of Origin (COO) Labelling within the Scope of Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Negotiations: Cross-Country Comparison of German and US Consumers Focused on Home Appliance Sector", Western Academy of Management , Jan-2015
  • "Differences Between Inter- and Intra-Group Dynamics in Knowledge Transfer Processes", Academy of Management , Jan-2014
  • "Shifting Perceptions of Paradigms in the Field of O&M", Western Academy of Management , Oct-2012
  • "Dispensing Pleasantries? Impression Management and Marketing of Medical Marijuana Online" , CBA Research Colloquia , Jan-2013
  • "Impression management; Examining esecutives' external influence activities" , CBA Research Colloquia , Jan-2012
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