Timothy GlaidAdjunct Instructor
School of Leadership and Professional Advancement
Education:D.Mgt., Management and Organizational Leadership, University of Phoenix, 2002
M.A., Organizational Management, University of Phoenix, 1997
B.S., Computer Science, University of Pittsburgh, 1981
For 30 years, Dr. Glaid consulted with many Fortune 500 information technology leaders on ways to use technology to gain competitive advantage. He has held senior management positions with AT&T, MCI and Verizon. Additionally, for the past 10 years, he has led large teams in the higher education industry, including serving as the Dean of the Business School at a West Virginia university, the College President and Campus Director of a Pittsburgh-based proprietary technical college, and a full-time professor of leadership studies at a private university. Dr Glaid enjoys teaching in the areas of business, leadership, management, organizational behavior and development, HRM, and information technology.
In addition to holding his current full-time position of business and accounting professor at an Ohio-based community college, and his adjunct work at other colleges and universities, Tim continues to serve as the Principal of his own consulting firm, Leadership Ignite Company, and in 2010, published his first book entitled "Leadership Ignite ... Unleashing the Consciousness".
- Graduate Leadership Capstone
- Best Practices in Organizations
- Organizational Behavior
- Leadership Trends in Information Technology
Glaid, T. K., (2010). Leadership ignite ... Unleashing the consciousness. Indianapolis, IN: Xlibris Publishing Co. ISBN13 hardcover: 978-1-4535-5014-4,
A scholar-practitioner presentation of articles and practical examples of leadership and people who reside in leadership positions, including a reflection on decades of experience in major organizations, and pulled from the past 10 years as a life-long learner, student and professor of the fascinating study of organizational leadership.
Glaid, T.K., (2002). Doctoral Research, University of Phoenix, October, 1999 - April, 2002.
The growth of the information technology sector remains strong, and the demand for qualified workers within it remains high. A case study survey was conducted to identify many of the values perceived as meaningful by the high technology workers. Furthermore, a descriptive and ethnographical overview of the culture of the high technology industry was identified. Ten management principles were offered that enable the postmodern organization to meet these challenges. Finally, several examples of how some high technology companies are currently coping with challenges and achieving success are offered. Dr. Carolyn Salerno, School of Advanced Studies. (ProQuest Document ID 726401731)
Glaid, T.K., (1997). Masters Research, University of Phoenix, September, 1995 - July, 1997.
This study evaluated the opinions of Pittsburgh-based workers, who were employing Telecommuting work arrangements on permanent bases, and provided a comparative analysis of the performance of similar functions within traditional office settings. Specifically, the research measured the perceived investment return in terms of economic, morale, and customer-impacting benefits that Telecommuting initiatives provide. Dr. Burdette Hansen, School of Graduate Business & Management, San Diego Campus.