Jonathan Kush, PhD

Assistant Professor

Management & Marketing

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Charlton College of Business 319

Education

2016Carnegie Mellon UniversityPhD
BSCarnegie Mellon University

Teaching

Courses

A service-learning course in which students complete a semester-long team based project. The focus is on developing students' knowledge and skills needed to effectively contribute to or manage a project team. Students will be introduced to the core processes of high-performing teams and concepts in the areas of team development, team dynamics, and project management.

A service-learning course in which students complete a semester-long team based project. The focus is on developing students' knowledge and skills needed to effectively contribute to or manage a project team. Students will be introduced to the core processes of high-performing teams and concepts in the areas of team development, team dynamics, and project management.

Teaching

Online and Continuing Education Courses

A service-learning course in which students complete a semester-long team based project. The focus is on developing students' knowledge and skills needed to effectively contribute to or manage a project team. Students will be introduced to the core processes of high-performing teams and concepts in the areas of team development, team dynamics, and project management.
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Jonathan Kush is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Charlton College of Business. He received his PhD from the Organizational Behavior and Theory group at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business. His research focuses on group collaboration and ways in which groups can be made to collaborate more effectively. Using a combination of theory building and experiments, Professor Kush has investigated how both changes in group membership and the structure of group communication affect group member’s ability to find experts and work effectively.

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