Dr. Stephen C. Betts is a Professor of Management at William Paterson University. He has a BS in Industrial Engineering and an MS in Management Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and an MBA and PhD in Management from Rutgers University. He has been teaching at the college level since 1983. His primary teaching area is organizational behavior. In 2003 he received the Academy of Educational Leadership's Award for Innovative and Creative Teaching. He also is an active researcher with over fifty journal articles and a hundred conference presentations.
Before turning to academia as a full time career, Steve worked with several consulting firms participating in live industrial sociodramas and facilitating group exercises in such subject areas as Building Strength Through Diversity, Work/ Home Family Balance, Burnout, The Maturing Worker, Sexism and Racism in the Workplace, Managerial Coaching, Organizational Transition, Teambuilding, Downsizing/ Outplacement, Sexual Harassment and Gender Communication.
Social Entrepreneurship, Positive Organizational Studies, Small Business Management/Entrepreneurship, Crisis Management, Multiple Jobholding, The ADA, Decision Making, Leadership
PhD Management, Rutgers University Newark, NJ
BS Industrial Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, NJ
MS Management Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, NJ
MBA , Rutgers University Newark, NJ
Social Entrepreneurship: A Contemporary Approach to Solving Social Problems;
, Journal of Global Entrepreneurship;
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Having a Ball Catching on to Teamwork An Experiential Learning Approach to Teaching the Phase of Group Development;
Academy of Educational Leadership Journal;
Corporate Social Responsibility and Conflicting Stakeholder Interests: Using Matching and Advocacy Approaches to Align Initiatives With Issues’ Paper;
Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues;
Notable Courses Taught
Organizational Behavior, Evidence Based Management, Crisis Management, Leadership Across Time and Culture, MBA Capstone Experience, Human Resource Management