Wisconsin School of Business

Loren Kuzuhara

Senior Lecturer - Management & Human Resources

I am a teaching professor in the Department of Management and Human Resources. I teach undergraduate courses in organizational behavior, management consulting, leadership development, and I coordinate the summer internship program in the Department of Management and Human Resources.
 

Selected Published Journal Articles


Aldag, R. & Kuzuhara, L. (2005). Mastering Management Skills.: Mastering Management Skills
Aldag, R. & Kuzuhara, L. (2002). Organizational Behavior and Management: An Integrated Skills Approach.
Kuzuhara, L. & Dunham, R. (1990). Instructor's Resource Manual for Managing.

Practitioner-Oriented Publications


Kuzuhara, L. (2004). Organizational Behavior: Integrated Models and Applications.
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Presentations


Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference ( 2011 ) The Vision Actualization Project (VAP): A Team- Based Approach for Developing Leadership Skills by Changing the World

Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference ( 2010 ) Live case Studies: A Systematic Method for Enhancing Student Problem Solving, Teamwork, and Presentation Skills

Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference ( 2007 ) Critical Incident Dramatizations: Experincing the Experiences of Recent Graduates in the Real World

Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference ( 2007 ) Using the TV Show "The Office" to Illustrate Inefective Leadership and Management Practices

Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference ( 2003 ) Designing and Implementing an Effective Internship Program

Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference ( 2003 ) The Manager's Workshop: A Work Motivation Simulation

Conference of the American Psychological Society ( 2003 ) Expanding the Nomological Net of Emotional Intelligence

Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference ( 2001 ) An Integrated Semester Long Team Project


Undergraduate Courses


Seminar: Organizational Issues
Course DescriptionAnalysis and discussion of selected issues in organizational strategy, behavior, theory, design, or entrepreneurship.
(MHR 470 Section 1), Spring 2009.

Seminar: Organizational Issues
Course DescriptionAnalysis and discussion of selected issues in organizational strategy, behavior, theory, design, or entrepreneurship.
(MHR 470), Fall 2003.

Seminar: Organizational Issues
Course DescriptionAnalysis and discussion of selected issues in organizational strategy, behavior, theory, design, or entrepreneurship.
(MHR 470), Fall 2004.

Seminar: Organizational Issues
Course DescriptionAnalysis and discussion of selected issues in organizational strategy, behavior, theory, design, or entrepreneurship.
(MHR 470), Spring 2006.

Seminar: Organizational Issues
Course DescriptionAnalysis and discussion of selected issues in organizational strategy, behavior, theory, design, or entrepreneurship.
(MHR 470 Section 1), Fall 2009.

Seminar: Organizational Issues
Course DescriptionAnalysis and discussion of selected issues in organizational strategy, behavior, theory, design, or entrepreneurship.
(MHR 470 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Seminar: Organizational Issues
Course DescriptionAnalysis and discussion of selected issues in organizational strategy, behavior, theory, design, or entrepreneurship.
(MHR 470 Section 1), Spring 2007.

Seminar: Organizational Issues
Course DescriptionAnalysis and discussion of selected issues in organizational strategy, behavior, theory, design, or entrepreneurship.
(MHR 470 Section 1), Spring 2008.

The Management of Teams
Course DescriptionExamines components that comprise teams, highlights key factors that influence team effectiveness, develops skills in diagnosing opportunities and threats that face teams, and enhances teamwork expertise.
(MHR 401), Spring 2003.

(MHR 401), Spring 2004.

The Management of Teams
Course DescriptionExamines components that comprise teams, highlights key factors that influence team effectiveness, develops skills in diagnosing opportunities and threats that face teams, and enhances teamwork expertise.
(MHR 401), Spring 2005.

The Management of Teams
Course DescriptionExamines components that comprise teams, highlights key factors that influence team effectiveness, develops skills in diagnosing opportunities and threats that face teams, and enhances teamwork expertise.
(MHR 401), Fall 2005.

(MNG 399), Summer 2002.

Business Scholars & Honors Seminar (BUS 380), Spring 2009.

Contemporary Topics (MHR 365 Section 2), Summer 2009.

Contemporary Topics (MHR 365), Summer 2003.

Contemporary Topics (MHR 365), Summer 2004.

Contemporary Topics (MHR 365), Summer 2004.

Contemporary Topics (MHR 365), Summer 2005.

Contemporary Topics (MHR 365), Summer 2005.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365 Section 5), Fall 2009.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365), Fall 2008.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365), Spring 2009.

Contemporary Topics (MHR 365), Fall 2011.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365 Section 1), Fall 2007.

Contemporary Topics (MHR 365 Section 2), Summer 2007.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365 Section 4), Spring 2008.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365 Section 5), Spring 2008.

Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionPolicies and practices; principles and techniques applicable to problems such as employee staffing, training, labor relations, wages, comunications, etc.
(MNG 305), Fall 2001.

Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionPolicies and practices; principles and techniques applicable to problems such as employee staffing, training, labor relations, wages, comunications, etc.
(MNG 305), Fall 2001.

Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionPolicies and practices; principles and techniques applicable to problems such as employee staffing, training, labor relations, wages, comunications, etc.
(MNG 305), Spring 2002.

Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionPolicies and practices; principles and techniques applicable to problems such as employee staffing, training, labor relations, wages, comunications, etc.
(MNG 305), Spring 2002.

Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionPolicies and practices; principles and techniques applicable to problems such as employee staffing, training, labor relations, wages, comunications, etc.
(MNG 305), Spring 2001.

Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionPolicies and practices; principles and techniques applicable to problems such as employee staffing, training, labor relations, wages, comunications, etc.
(MNG 305), Spring 2001.

Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionPolicies and practices; principles and techniques applicable to problems such as employee staffing, training, labor relations, wages, comunications, etc.
(MHR 305), Fall 2006.

Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionPolicies and practices; principles and techniques applicable to problems such as employee staffing, training, labor relations, wages, comunications, etc.
(MHR 305), Fall 2006.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 1), Fall 2008.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice. Attitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 2), Fall 2008.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 1), Spring 2009.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 2), Spring 2009.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MNG 300), Fall 2001.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MNG 300), Fall 2001.

(MNG 300), Spring 2002.

(MNG 300), Spring 2002.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MNG 300), Summer 2002.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Fall 2003.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Fall 2003.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Spring 2003.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Spring 2003.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Fall 2004.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Fall 2004.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Spring 2004.

(MHR 300), Spring 2004.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Spring 2005.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Spring 2005.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MNG 300), Spring 2001.

Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MNG 300), Spring 2001.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Fall 2005.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Fall 2005.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Spring 2006.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Spring 2006.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 1), Fall 2009.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 2), Fall 2009.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300), Fall 2006.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 1), Fall 2010.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 300), Fall 2011.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 1), Spring 2007.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 2), Spring 2007.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 1), Fall 2007.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 2), Fall 2007.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 1), Spring 2008.

Organizational Behavior
Course DescriptionAttitudes and behavior within organizations. Satisfaction, performance, and job choice; models of organizational behavior and attitudes; use of the models to demonstrate how individual, group, and organizational characteristics influence attitudes and behavior. Implications for supervisory practice.
(MHR 300 Section 2), Spring 2008.

Business Scholars Seminar (BUS 170), Spring 2009.



Graduate Courses


Human Resource Management
Course DescriptionTwo broad substantive areas are covered. (1) Evidence (theoretical and empirical) reviewed on the determinants of employee job attitudes and behavior. For example, the impact of compensation on employee satisfaction and performance. (2) Functional activities of personnel management and their impact on employee behavior evaluated. Sample topics: Selection, development, evaluation and compensation.
(MHR 705), Summer 2004.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 700), Fall 2006.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 700), Spring 2007.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 700), Spring 2007.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 700), Fall 2007.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 700), Spring 2008.



Learning/Teaching Oriented Publications


Aldag, R. & Kuzuhara, L. (2009). Organizational Behavior: A Skill-Based Approach. , 757.

Editorial and Reviewing Activities


Journal of Management Education - July 2012 - June 2015
Board of Reviewers

Journal of Management Education - Since August 2008
Ad Hoc Reviewer


Photograph of Loren Kuzuhara

Loren Kuzuhara

 
Senior Lecturer | Management & Human Resources
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