Dr. Campbell has been a member of the Leadership and Management Studies (LMS) area in the Dept. of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at USMA since 1999. He served as Director of LMS during 2002 – 2004.
His formal academic training emphasized industrial-organizational psychology, but he has worked in traditional Colleges of Business throughout his professional career. This includes faculty appointments in the Department of Business Administration, University of Iowa; the Department of Management, Bowling Green State University; the School of Business, Duke University; the Department of Organizational Behavior, National University of Singapore, and the Department of Management, Hong Kong Baptist University.
He has taught a range of management and management-oriented courses, at both the undergraduate and MBA levels. These courses include Introductory Management; Human Resource Management; and Strategic Management. He has also taught Organizational Behavior; Performance and Compensation; Team-building and Group Processes, and various courses on organizational development.
He has consulted with various national and international firms on a variety of management issues: e.g., supervisory training and development; employee motivation and morale; job analysis and design; visioning and strategic direction.
Dr. Campbell did his basic training at Fort Dix, and his advanced training at Fort Hamilton, later serving as an enlisted member of the U. S. Army Reserves in various New York, Pennsylvania, and Indiana AR units.
Leading Organizations Through Change
Human Resource Management
- Ph.D., Industrial Organizational Psychology, Purdue University
- M.S., Industrial Organizational Psychology, Purdue University
- B.A., Psychology, New York University
His scholarly work has been published in many top-tier management journals: e.g., Academy of Management Journal; Academy of Management Review; Academy of Management Executive. Additional outlets for his work include: Creativity and Innovation Management; Human Resource Management Journal; Human Resource Planning; International Journal of Human Resource Management; etc. He has also published in highly-regarded psychology journals, including the Journal of Applied Psychology and Personnel Psychology.
His most recent research has appeared in Armed Forces and Society and in Military Psychology.