Jeanne is on the management faculty at Portland State University. She uses her expertise to help students and leaders explore the relationship between their roles as business people and their hopes to live meaningful and happy lives.
Jeanne also teaches in the healthcare MBA, a joint project between OHSU and PSU, to grow leadership in the healthcare industry.
Jeanne completed her doctoral degree in social and organizational psychology from the University of Chicago.
Jeanne’s past research has shown the effects of high quality relationships between managers and their work teams in the food industry.
In one consulting project, Jeanne worked with the retail grocery industry on mindset shift to change behavior in energy conservation.
The result was a Better Bricks Award for the local grocery chain.
She has provided strategic planning services for clients like Clark County Health Services and the regional group of the National Association of College Bookstores and serves on various non-profit boards.
Articles from this Contributor
- Boxed in by your state of the art innovation approach?
- Bending Reality
- Do You Really Know Your Customer?
- HAMMER + CHISEL ALONE ≠ A BEAUTIFUL SCULPTURE … Why innovation tools are not enough to succeed in innovation
- Reflect Before You Innovate
- Effectiveness vs. Efficiency: Communicating effectively to define new products and services…
- New Concept Review Process – Three Virtual Rooms
- Avoid the destructive editing trap!
- Incremental vs. High Impact Innovations