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Mcmanus, Joseph J

Joseph McManus, Ph.D.

  • Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Associate Professor
  • Chair

Department: Management and Leadership

Office: Bey Hall 147

Phone: 732-923-4643

Email: jmcmanus@monmouth.edu


Dr. McManus is an Assistant Professor and Chair within the Leon Hess Business School. He joined Monmouth University in 2012 while completing his Ph.D. at Rutgers. He has also served as the Director of the Leon Hess Business School’s Center for Entrepreneurship since 2013. Prior to entering academia, Dr. McManus worked as a Senior Vice President at Aon Corporation’s Financial Services Group for close to ten years. At Aon, Dr. McManus focused on Directors’ & Officers’ liability insurance programs as well as specialty insurance solutions tied to M&A activity.

Education

Ph.D., Rutgers University

MBA, Pepperdine University

J.D., Rutgers University – Camden Law School

Scholarly Articles

McManus, J. (2021). “Emotions & Ethical Decision Making at Work: How the Rational Tail Wags the Emotional Dog.” Journal of Business Ethics, 169(1), 153-168.

Nersesian, R. L. & McManus, J. (2020). “Maximizing the Contribution of Renewables in a Utility Energy Mix,” International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management, 10(4), 278-306.

McManus, J. 2018. “Ethical Considerations and the Practice of Tanking in Sport Management.”  Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, Accepted for publication May, 2018.  DOI 10.1080/17511321.2018.1483418

McManus, J. 2018.  “Hubris & Unethical Decision Making: The Tragedy of the Uncommon,” Journal of Business Ethics. 149(1), 169-185.

McManus J. J. & Mosca, J. B. 2015.  “Strategies to Build Trust & Improve Employee Engagement,” (with Dr. Joseph Mosca).  International Journal of Management & Information Systems, 19(1), 37-42.

Book Chapters

Nersesian, R. L. & McManus, J. 2018. “Risk Inherent in Matching Unreliability with Uncertainty,” (with Professor Roy Nersesian).  Research, Practices, and Innovations in Global Risk and Contingency Management, (pp. 73-97).  IGI Global.

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Fall

  • Corporate Governance and Organizational Ethics – BM 660
  • Entrepreneurship – BM 451

2022 Summer B

  • Corporate Governance and Organizational Ethics – BM 660
  • Entrepreneurship – BM 451

2022 Spring

2021 Fall

2021 Summer B

  • Corporate Governance and Organizational Ethics – BM 660
  • Entrepreneurship – BM 451

2021 Spring

  • Entrepreneurship – BM 451
  • Insurance and Risk Management – BF 341
  • Strategic Management – BM 490

2020 Fall

  • Business Analysis, Research and Communication – BM 510
  • Business Research: Management – BM 599
  • Corporate Governance and Organizational Ethics – BM 660

2020 Summer B

  • Corporate Governance and Organizational Ethics – BM 660

2020 Spring

  • Entrepreneurship – BM 451
  • Insurance and Risk Management – BF 341

2019 Fall

  • Corporate Governance and Organizational Ethics – BM 660
  • Entrepreneurship – BM 451
  • Strategic Management – BM 670

2019 Summer B

  • Corporate Governance and Organizational Ethics – BM 660

2019 Spring

  • Corporate Governance and Organizational Ethics – BM 660
  • Entrepreneurship – BM 451
  • Insurance and Risk Management – BF 341

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Business Analysis, Research and Communication (BM 510)
  • Business Research: Management (BM 599)
  • Corporate Governance and Organizational Ethics (BM 660)
  • Entrepreneurship (BM 451)
  • Insurance and Risk Management (BF 341)
  • Production and Operations Management (BM 519)
  • Strategic Management (BM 490, BM 670)