Dr. Lawrence C. Rhyne is an Associate Professor of Management at San Diego State University. Prior to joining the faculty at SDSU, Professor Rhyne taught at the J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, and the Stuart School of Business Administration at Illinois Institute of Technology. In addition, He has eight years of corporate experience, most recently as Manager of Corporate Planning, Skil Corp., Chicago, Illinois during which he acquired a CPA certificate.Read More…
At SDSU he most frequently teaches: MGT 460 - Business Plan Development; MGT 405 - International Business Strategy & Intergration; MGT 626 - Industry and Competitive Analysis; and MGT 731- Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation.
His research interests center on effective strategies for companies in high technology and emerging industries in a global context. Dr. Rhyne has published articles in the Strategic Management Journal, the Journal of High Technology Management Research, the Journal of Management Studies, the Journal of Product & Brand Management, and the International Journal of Project Management. Dr. Rhyne has presented a number of refereed papers before professional conferences. He has also made numerous presentations to professional groups.
- Ph.D, Northwestern University, Policy & Environment.
- Musteen, M., Rhyne, L., Zheng, C. (2013). Asset or constyraint: Corporate reputation and MNCs' involvement in the least developed countries. Journal of World Business, Vol. 48, 321-328.
- Sundaramurthy, C., Zheng, C., Musteen, M., Francis, J., Rhyne, L. (2012) Bricolage and Social Value Creation Across Countries. Academy of Management Meetings
- Sundaramurthy, C., Zheng, C., Musteen, M., Francis, J., Rhyne, L. (2011) Bricolage and Social Value Creation Across Countries. Strategic Management Society, San Diego, CA (Presenter)
- Rhyne, L. (2009). Business Model Design for Biotechnology Firms. International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, Vol. 3 (5-Apr), 298-310.
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