Miguel (Mickey) Quiñones, Ph.D.
Miguel Quiñones, the O. Paul Corley Distinguished Chair of Organizational Behavior, is a highly-regarded expert in the field of human resource management as well as organizational development and change. He also leads the SMU Cox CEO Sentiment Survey that tracks the state of the Dallas/Fort Worth area business community through the perspective of local business leaders. He has been widely recognized for his scholarship, including recently being selected to serve on a panel of the National Academy of Sciences, serving as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar and visiting professor in Santiago, Chile, and being elected a fellow for the American Psychological Association and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. He currently serves as associate editor of the Journal of Management.
Bob is an assistant professor in the Management and Organizations Department. His tenure in the Cox School has covered three disciplines: communication, management and ethics. He began as director of communication services, designing the school’s communication skills courses and supervising a writing lab. Later he moved into the Management and Organizations Department and concentrated on managerial leadership. He is a member of the SMU Cox CEO Sentiment Survey team that annually tracks the perception of local business leaders in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area business community. In the 1990’s he shifted his teaching and research focus to organizational ethics and corporate responsibility. For 2011-2013, he is a Fellow in the “SMU Texas Project for Human Rights Education,” awarded by the Boone Family Foundation. His current research is directed to examining the appropriate roles and responsibilities of corporations in addressing human rights issues. Throughout his career he has been a keynote speaker and trainer, and has participated in executive education programs with more than 100 corporate organizations and professional associations. He is the author/co-author of six books and numerous articles.