Wisconsin School of Business

Chip Hunter

Senior Associate Dean & Assoc Dean, Full-Time MBA Program

Associate Professor - Management & Human Resources, Office of the Dean, Strategic Human Resources Management
Pyle-Bascom Professor in Leadership

Larry W. (Chip) Hunter is Associate Dean for the Full-Time MBA Program, and an associate professor in the Department of Management and Human Resources, at the Wisconsin School of Business.

His research interests include the effects of firms’ employment practices on both individuals and organizations, and the relationship of those practices to the use of technology, to customer segmentation strategies, and the broader environment.

He has published numerous articles on work organization in the service sector, in settings ranging from long-term nursing care to retail banking to telephone call centers. Hunter was named Outstanding Young Scholar by the Labor and Employment Relations Association in 2001.

He received his Ph.D. from the Sloan School of Management, M.I.T., where he studied human resource management and industrial relations.
 

Selected Published Journal Articles


Hunter, L., & Katz, H. (2012). The impact of globalization on Human Resource Management and Employment Relations in the US automobile and banking industries. International Journal of Human Resource Management (23), 1983-1998. doi: 10.1080/09585192.2012.668341.
Hunter, L. (2010). Review of Never Good Enough: Health Care Workers and the False Promise of Job Training. Administrative Science Quarterly (55), 162-164. doi: 10.2189/asqu.2010.55.1.162.

Undergraduate Courses


Human Resource Skills for Managers
Course DescriptionStudents will study, and practice, the conduct of HR skills in such areas as job design, performance management, staffing, training, compensation and rewards, and employment law.
(MHR 613), Fall 2002.

Human Resource Skills for Managers
Course DescriptionStudents will study, and practice, the conduct of HR skills in such areas as job design, performance management, staffing, training, compensation and rewards, and employment law.
(MHR 613), Fall 2003.

Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionStudents will study, and practice, the conduct of HR skills in such areas as job design, performance management, staffing, training, compensation and rewards, and employment law.
(MHR 613), Spring 2003.

Human Resource Skills for Managers
Course DescriptionStudents will study, and practice, the conduct of HR skills in such areas as job design, performance management, staffing, training, compensation and rewards, and employment law.
(MHR 613), Spring 2004.

Labor-Management Relations
Course DescriptionLabor-management relations at the firm level including its evolution, characteristics and contemporary issues. Emphasis on analysis of the labor-management relationship through reference to theory and research on collective action, bargaining behavior and conflict resolution.
(MHR 612), Spring 2005.

Labor and Employee Relations
Course DescriptionLabor-management relations at the firm level including its evolution, characteristics and contemporary issues. Emphasis on analysis of the labor-management relationship through reference to theory and research on collective action, bargaining behavior and conflict resolution.
(MHR 612), Spring 2006.



Graduate Courses


Seminar-Personnel Management
Course DescriptionStudy and evaluation of merging issues in the field of personnel management. Extensive reading of appropriate literature together with analysis, reports and discussions.
(MHR 871), Spring 2003.

Capstone Iin Strategic HRM (MHR/MHR 765), Spring 2009.

Contemporary Topics (MHR 765 Section 3), Spring 2010.

Capstone in Strategic HRM (MHR 765 Section 3), Spring 2007.

Contemporary Topics (MHR 765 Section 3), Spring 2008.

Bargaining, Negotiating and Dispute Settlement for Managers
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728), Fall 2003.

Bargaining, Negotiating and Dispute Settlement for Managers
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728), Fall 2004.

Negotiation
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728 Section 001), Fall 2005.

Negotiations
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728 Section 002), Fall 2005.

Negotiations
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728 Section 030), Fall 2005.

Barg, Negot, Dispute Settlmnt
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Bargaining, Negotiating and Dispute Settlement for Managers
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728), Fall 2006.

Bargaining, Negotiating and Dispute Settlement for Managers
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728), Fall 2006.

Bargaining, Negotiating and D
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728 Section 1), Spring 2011.

Bargaining, Negotiating and D
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728 Section 2), Spring 2011.

Negotiation
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728 Section 1), Spring 2007.

Negotiation
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728 Section 1), Fall 2007.

Negotiation
Course DescriptionDesigned to improve student knowledge of the bargaining process and their negotiating skills. Students will learn about different bargaining theories and have the opportunity to apply these theories in exercises and role-playing cases.
(MHR 728 Section 2), Fall 2007.

Ethics (Single Lecture)
Course DescriptionFocuses on the ethical and social responsibilities managers and business organizations have regarding owners, managers, monmanagement employees, the local community, government, the natural environment and other important stakeholders. Furthermore, it examines the nature of business behavior within, and its effects on, these environments of business.
(BUS 710 Section 1), Spring 2009.

Ethics (Single lecture)
Course DescriptionFocuses on the ethical and social responsibilities managers and business organizations have regarding owners, managers, monmanagement employees, the local community, government, the natural environment and other important stakeholders. Furthermore, it examines the nature of business behavior within, and its effects on, these environments of business.
(BUS 710 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Etichs (Single lecture)
Course DescriptionFocuses on the ethical and social responsibilities managers and business organizations have regarding owners, managers, monmanagement employees, the local community, government, the natural environment and other important stakeholders. Furthermore, it examines the nature of business behavior within, and its effects on, these environments of business.
(BUS 710 Section 2), Spring 2010.

Ethics, Integrity and Society (BUS 710), Spring 2008.



Combined Undergraduate & Graduate Courses


Contemporary Topics (MHR/MHR 365/765), Fall 2004.



Professional Organizations


Industry Studies Association

Employment Policy Research Network


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Chip Hunter

Senior Associate Dean & Assoc Dean, Full-Time MBA Program
 
Associate Professor | Management & Human Resources, Office of the Dean, Strategic Human Resources Management
Pyle-Bascom Professor in Leadership
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