A. Sisk, Ph.D.
Director of Executive Graduate Programs and Associate Professor of
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EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:
PUBLISHED RESEARCH: PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS
Miller, GL. & Sisk, FA. Business education and gender bias at the C-level Administrative Issues Journal: Education, Practice and Research, volume 2, Issue 1, 2012.
Sisk, Faye A. & Rutledge Arthur L. Strategies for Managing Organizational Politics to Optimize the Quality Chain through Total Quality Management Ethics & Critical Thinking Journal, September 2008.
Sisk, Faye A. & Rutledge, Arthur L. Increasing Small Business Strategic Speed through Technology Enhanced Teams Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, March 2008.
PUBLISHED RESEARCH: PEER REVIEWED PROCEEDINGS
Miller, G.L. & Sisk, F. A. “Gender Bias in Corporate America and Business Education: Helping Women Rise to the “C-Level” Proceedings from the 17th Annual International Conference on Advances in Management & 3rd International Conference on Social Intelligence, Atlanta, Georgia, July 2010.
Sisk, F.A. “What is Good Medicine for Small Business” Small Business Institute Annual Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico., February, 2010. (Abstract)
Sisk, F.A. “Sarbanes-Oxley and Its Impact on Non-Profit Health Care Organizations” The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Proceedings, January, 2005.
Sisk, F.A. “The Risk vs. The Reward: Beating the Odds of an Epidemic” Association of Global Business Conference Proceedings, November 2003.
Brennan, Linda L. & Sisk, Faye A. Strategic Management for Results. University Readers, March 2012. ISBN: 1609272366, 9781609272364
“Rethinking Forecasting: An imperative whose time has come” Production and Operations Management Society, May 2008 (with Arthur L. Rutledge).
“Is OODA Just so much Voodoo? Contrasting the OODA Loop or Boyd Cycle to Conventional Approaches of Strategic Decision Making” Decision Science Institute, November 2007 (with Arthur L. Rutledge).
PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS & CONSULTING:
“From Spillover to Waterfall: The Impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on Healthcare Organizations”. Presented to the Voluntary Hospitals of America. September, 2005.
Consultant for Ardent Health Systems, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Engagement included operations & workflow assessment; personnel reorganization & leadership development plan; training program & curriculum development for multi-hospital & reference laboratory information system Implementation involving 400 employees in 6 locations. Summer 2007.
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