potm-october-2018

Professor of the Month: Dr. Daryl Green

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Dr. Daryl Green
Business Professor

University: Oklahoma Baptist University
Location: Shawnee, Oklahoma

Dr. Daryl Green, DSL, is the Dickinson Chair of Business professor at Oklahoma Baptist University in the Paul Dickinson College of Business. In 2016, Green retired from the Department of Energy, where he worked for over 27 years. His primary research areas are leadership, management, culture, and decision-making. Green has contributed to the scholarly research within his discipline with more than 15 articles published in well-known academic journals. Additionally, Green is a member of editorial boards for several academic journals, including Strategic Leadership Review and Management and Economics Research Journal.

Green is an award-winning author with several books. He has been noted and quoted by USA Today, Ebony Magazine, and the Associated Press.

He is a man of faith and believes anything is possible with God on your side. He has been an active member of his church in Tennessee as an ordained deacon, Bible lecturer, and youth advisor.

Green has been called a “Modern-day Renaissance Man” whose many talents include ballroom dancing, which he has participated competitively.

Source: OKBU

We asked Dr. Green a few questions. His answers are below:

STUKENT COURSEWARE DR. GREEN USES

I am a management and marketing professor who attempts to leverage opportunities for my students. Digital marketing was a big gap in our marketing curriculum. Stukent materials have assisted us in building a solid digital technology program. Some Stukent materials include Digital Marketing Essentials, Mimic Intro, Social Media Marketing, and Mimic Social. In 2019, we plan to add Marketing Analytics and Mobile Marketing Essentials.

SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING TEACHING TIPS

I believe it’s important to connect with today’s students by integrating technology with practical experience. I am a proponent of experiential learning for undergraduate students. Online simulation programs like Mimic help provide some of this practical experience.

HOBBIES

My wife and I have competed and performed ballroom dancing in several states (Georgia, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Oklahoma) for over six years.

CONNECT WITH DR. GREEN

Congratulations, and thank you, Dr. Green!

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