John J. Mauriel, Jr.
Carlson School of Management Residence/Home Office
271 19th Avenue South
6566 France Avenue South University
of Minnesota Edina MN 55435
(612) 624-5845 (952) 920-8933
University of Michigan AB in Economics
Harvard Business School MBA, DBA
Previous Education Positions
Served successively as Research Assistant, Lecturer on Economics and Lecturer in Business Administration at Harvard Business School
Carlson School of Management - Faculty member 1965-2005
..Founded and directed the Executive Development Center and the Minnesota Executive Program
..Director of Bush Educators Program -- a two-year course for Minnesota
Visiting Scholar -- Stanford University School of Education, winter 1990.
Visiting Professor – North European Management Institute, 1975-6
Current Research Interests
The Design and Delivery of Leadership Development Programs
Evaluation of nonprofit organizations attempting to improve society
Worked as IBM Data Processing Representative designing, selling, and installing Management Information and Control Systems, 1957-1959.
H.B. Fuller Company, 1968-2004 (A Fortune "1000" Industrial Company) Other smaller corporate boards
Independent School District 275, Golden Valley, Minnesota, 1977-1980
Mercy Missionaries (chairperson), 1984-present (Northside Minneapolis)
Friends of the University of Minnesota Library, 2004-2008
Northside Achievement Zone 2010-
Social Venture Partners Minnesota 2008-
Military Service - Korean War Veteran --U.S. Navy Supply Officer, 1953-1956
Honors - Listed in Who's Who in Midwest and Who's Who in Finance and Industry
"Cooperation and Collaboration: Reality or Rhetoric" International Journal of Leadership in Education, accepted for publication in 2004 – with Roger Jenni
“What Is Your Company’s Audit Culture?” The Corporate Board, Vol23 # 137 (Nov./Dec 2002)
“A Framework for Linking Culture and Improvement Initiatives in Organizations” Academy of Management Review, October 2000, (with Detert and Schroeder)
“Quality Management in U.S. High Schools: Evidence from the Field” Journal of School Leadership, March (2000) with Detert, Kopel and Jenni
"An Instrument for Measuring Quality Practices in Education” Quality Management Journal 2000 (with Detert, Kopel and Jenni)
"School-Based Management: Doomed to Failure?" Education and Urban Society, August 1989, with Karin Lindquist
"Evaluation and Control of Overseas Operations," Management Accounting, May 1969
"Misevaluation of Investment Center Performance,” Harvard Business Review, March- April, 1966
Over twenty five Cases Published by Intercollegiate Case Clearinghouse, Cases in Public Policy and in text books.
The Logic of Strategy [with D. Gilbert, RE Freeman, E. Hartman] (Ballinger, 1988).
Strategic Leadership for Schools (Jossey-Bass, 1989).
Teacher's Guide for Management Accounting: Text and Cases, third edition (with Robert N. Anthony, Richard D. Irwin 1964
"Depth versus Breadth in Innovation Implementation" [with Karin Lindquist] in Research on the Management of Innovation, Van de Ven et al. (Eds.) Cambridge, MA. Harper & Row, 1989.
"Computer Assisted Planning Models: A Functional Analysis," with G.W. Dickson and J.C. Anderson, in Corporate Simulation Models, edited by Albert N. Schreiber, University of Washington, 1970.
"Quality Management in U.S. High Schools: Evidence from the Field" Journal of School Leadership, March (2000) with J. Detert, Kopel and Jenni
"An Instrument for Measuring Quality Practices in Education" Quality Management Journal 2000 with J. Detert, Kopel and Jenni (forthcoming)
Strategic Leadership for Local School Districts, Jossey-Bass, 1989
"School-Based Management: Doomed to Failure?," Educational and Urban Society, 1989
"Depth and Breadth in Innovation Implementation: The Case of School-Based Management," Research on the Management of Innovation, A. Van de Ven, H. Angle and M. Poole (eds.), Ballinger Publishing Co., 1988
The Logic of Strategy, Ballinger Publishing Co., 1988
"A Framework for Linking Culture and Improvement Initiatives in Organizations," with J. Detert and R. Schroeder, Academy of Management Review, October 2000
"Cooperation and Collaboration: Reality or Rhetoric?" International Journal of Leadership in Education, April-June 2004.
This individual is not scheduled to teach in the last, current, or next term.