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Jason Cavich, Ph.D.

Jason Cavich
Assistant Professor of Management
jcavich@nova.edu

Education:

  • PHD - University of Texas at San Antonio - Management
  • MBA - Oklahoma State University - Business
  • Other - Oral Roberts University - Religion
  • BA - University of Michigan - Ann Arbor - Sport Management
Jason Cavich is a former banking vice president with a large international bank focusing on client development and the credit side of banking. Former clients include GE Healthcare, Home Depot, Bemis, and the State of Wisconsin. In addition, he is a former management consultant working with large petroleum firms.

He has taught at six different universities and has nineteen years of teaching experience. Courses taught include strategic management, organizational behavior, strategic human resources, negotiation, and business ethics. His research interests focus on strategic leadership, corporate governance, and shareholder activism.
HRM 5355 Strategic Human Resource Management
MGT 5170 Applying Strategy for Managers
MGT 5641 Critical Thinking for Managers

Nascent Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurial Intent , , 2020,

Job Burnout in 911 Operators , IABE West Palm Beach Conference, 2020,

Portfolio Firm Responses to Institutional Investor Activists , IABE Conference, 2019, West Palm Beach

Intersection of Spiritual and Business Knowledge Realms with Pragmatic Ties , Academy of Management, 2018, Chicago

Nonmarket Signals: Corporate Political Activity and the Performance of Initial Public Offerings, Academy of Management, 2015, Vancouver, Canada

 

Jason Cavich & Ravi Chinta (2019). Portfolio Firm Responses to Institutional Investor Activists . Journal of Academy of Business and Economics (), pp. .

Kerry Newness, Steven Negron, Mutter Ashley, & Jason Cavich (). Job Burnout in Police Dispatchers . Journal of Academy of Business and Economics (), pp. .

Bruce Rudy & Jason Cavich (2017). Nonmarket Signals: Corporate Political Activity and the Performance of Initial Public Offerings. Business and Society (), pp. .

 

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