Dale Tuttle, MBA
Dale B. Tuttle is a Lecturer of Management for the School of Management, University of Michigan – Flint. Over the last 20 years he has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in management at universities including Michigan State University, Eastern Michigan University and the University of Michigan – Flint. Courses taught have included Business Communication, Business Concepts and Careers, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Development, Organizational Behavior, Business and Society, Strategic Management, Business and Corporate Strategy.
Dale’s professional experience includes serving as consultant and advisory board member for corporations and for-social-benefit organizations including R.L. Polk & Company, Bondpage.com, Joining Forces Michigan, and the Division of Student Affairs, University of Michigan – Flint. From 2002 to 2007 he was Vice President of Investments and Director of Strategic Management for Cambridge Group Investments, Ltd.
Dale has published several articles and essays in journals and books including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Organizational Change Management, Scandinavian Journal of Management, Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, Encyclopedia of New Venture Management, and Encyclopedia of Business in Today’s World.
His current research interests include social entrepreneurship and developing conceptual models to better understand the strategic implications of the simultaneous need to cooperate and compete in business, government and society.