Frank Shipper, Professor of Management at the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University and author of his latest book, “Shared Entrepreneurship: A Path to Engaged Employee Ownership” joins Enterprise Radio. Frank has received many awards for his research and writings on leadership and employee-owned companies from, among others, the Center for Creative Leadership, the Academy of Management, and the Maryland Board of Regents.
- Why did you write, Shared Entrepreneurship: A Path to Engaged Employee Ownership?
- Who benefits from the practice of shared entrepreneurship?
- What sets shared entrepreneurship apart from other approaches to improving organizational profitability?
- What are the key elements in a shared entrepreneurship enterprise?
- What’s the bottom line?
Frank Shipper, PhD, is an awarding-winning professor of management in the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University. His teaching, consulting, and research interests are managerial/leadership skills development, employee ownership, and collaborative cultures. He has consulted for and studied employee-owned companies for over 25 years.
Since 2010, he has received Kelso and Ruble Fellowships from Rutgers, a ROOF Grant from the National Center for Employee Ownership, grants from the Foundation for Enterprise Development and a Regents’ Faculty Award for Excellence in Research from the University System of Maryland. His work has appeared in publications such as The Academy of Management Learning and Education, Leadership Quarterly, Organizational Dynamics, and The Academy of Management Journal.
Frank is a professor of management in the Perdue School of Business, Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.