Rick Dool

Richard
Dool

Teaching Professor and Director of the Master of Communication and Media Program

Faculty

OFFICE:
CI 206
PHONE:
848 932-7112 or (C) 908-627-2600
FAX:
732-932-6916
EMAIL:
richard.dool@rutgers.edu
OFFICE HOURS:

Richard Dool is a former CEO and Global Executive Leader paying it forward as a Graduate Director, Professor & Leadership Advisor. His research interests are in the areas of organizational renewal and transformations as well as leadership communication. He has been teaching and publishing in these areas since 2003.


Education

University of Maryland UC
D.Mgt., Management/Organizational Processes

Seton Hall University
M.A., Strategic Communications and Leadership

Thomas Edison State College
M.S., Management

Fordham University
B.A., Political Science and Public Administration

University of Wisconsin
Post Grad, Professional Certificate in Online Education


Research

Richard Dool is an active researcher and presenter in the areas of organizational transformations, leadership communication, and strategic development. He has published and presented on the concepts of Change FatigueTM, LeaderocityTM, and topics related to online pedagogy. He is the author of “Enervative Change: The Impact of Persistent Change Initiatives on Job Satisfaction.” He also holds several national certifications in online learning, instruction, and course development.


Research Keywords


Selected Publications

In Robert Ubell (Ed.), Virtual Teams: Mastering the Art and Practice of Online Learning and Corporate Collaboration, Wiley Publishing, June 2010.

In Robert Ubell (Ed.), Virtual Teams: Mastering the Art and Practice of Online Learning and Corporate Collaboration, Wiley Publishing, June 2010.

Dool, Richard. Enervative Change: The Impact of Change Initiatives on Employee Job Satisfaction. Saarbrücken, Germany: AV Akademikerverlag, 2012. Print.

Dool, Rick, and Ann Christine Mooney. “ABSOLUT in 2004: The Iconic Brand Faces New Competition.” Case Research Journal 29.1 (2009): n. pag. Print.

Dool, Richard, Matthew Kuofie, and Dana Stephens-Craig. “An Overview Perception of Introverted Leaders.” International Journal of Global Business 29.1 (2015): 93–103. Print.


Awards & Recognitions

North American Case Research Association (NACRA), Runner-up Award (Top 6) – Annual Teaching Case Program – "The Iconic ABSOLUT Vodka Brand Faces Competition," with Ann Christine Mooney, 2008