Carlson General Management Program Faculty

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Ravi Bapna

Curtis L. Carlson Chair in Business Analytics and Information Systems
Associate Dean for Executive Education
Academic Director, Carlson Analytics Lab

Ravi Bapna's expertise lies in helping companies reframe their understanding of analytics, AI, and machine learning, and then leverage that understanding for competitive advantage.

Shalyma Cambridge

Shalyma Cambridge

Carlson Executive Educators Network

Shalyma is an instructor at The Humphrey Group. She brings a deep understanding of the unique leadership and communications challenges faced within large complex organizations and specifically within the financial sector.

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Louellen Essex

Carlson Executive Educators Network

Louellen Essex has 20 years’ experience working with companies and organizations on training and organizational development, leadership, communication, team building, and conflict resolution.

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Theresa Glomb

Professor, The Toro Company-David M. Lilly Chair in Human Resources

Professor Glomb specializes in the area of emotions and mood in organizations, job attitudes and behaviors, emotional labor, and workplace victimization including incivility, aggression and sexual harassment.

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Miquel Lladó

Carlson Executive Educators Network

Miquel Lladó is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Strategic Management at IESE Business School, University of Navarra. He combines teaching with strategic management consulting through his own firm Peak Business Advisory.

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Svjetlana Madzar

Senior Lecturer

As a management educator at Carlson School, Svjetlana Madzar has worked with a variety of multinational companies on challenges regarding working across borders and managing global teams. She has served as guest faculty at business schools around the world.

 Helen Moser

Helen Moser

Senior Lecturer, Finance

Helen has served in multiple finance roles including CFO, chief credit officer, commercial lender, controller, and commercial credit analyst. She brings a wealth of industry knowledge to her courses and has taught full-time since 2007.

Rand Park

Rand Park

Senior Lecturer, Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship

Rand Park specializes in corporate philanthropy and ethical decision-making. A member of the Carlson School faculty since 2013, he has also served in positions in law, public finance, higher education administration, and fundraising and development.

Mary Zellmer-Bruhn

Mary Zellmer-Bruhn

Professor, Department of Work and Organizations

Professor Zellmer-Bruhn teaches courses at the Carlson School on the management of teams, organizational behavior, and organizational change.  She has received the Carlson School's Excellence in Teaching and Outstanding Honor's Faculty teaching awards. 

Amy Tolbert

Amy Tolbert

Carlson Executive Educators Network

Amy S. Tolbert develops multicultural organizations and individuals through cutting-edge topics, such as, multicultural and diversity initiatives, leadership competency development, managing to style, and creating breakthrough teams. She is principal of Energizing Cultural Change in Organizations.

Connie Wanberg

Connie Wanberg

Professor and Industrial Relations Faculty Excellence Chair, Department of Work and Organizations

In her role as an educator, Professor Wanberg teaches classes involving human resources management, leadership, industrial/organizational psychology, and organizational behavior. In her role as a researcher, she is internationally known for her work on unemployment, job search, and careers.

Aks Zaheer

Aks Zaheer

Professor, Curtis L. Carlson Chair, Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship

Professor Zaheer was the winner of the Curtis Cup in 2006 for outstanding teaching in the Carlson Executive MBA program, MBA Core Teacher of the Year in 1995, 2005, 2009, 2010 and 2011, and awarded Excellence in Teaching awards from the Carlson School in 2004 and 2009.