Dr. Jason C. Senjem has taught for more than two decades including full time at Syracuse University and St. Norbert College before joining St. Ambrose. He has been involved in consulting for non-profits and small business and has worked with several local municipal initiatives on economic development and sustainability.
His research is concerned with how organizations use innovative work practices to create economic, social, and environmental value.
Dr. Senjem is published in the Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, Group and Organization Management, and Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, and presents papers at the Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society, British Academy of Management, and Babson-Kaufman Entrepreneurship conferences. He has presented in London, Berlin, Sweden, and Switzerland, and teaches the Made in Italy study abroad program in Milan, Italy.
Dr. Senjem is advisor for Circle K International and St. Ambrose Enactus and is a member of the Academy of Management, American Psychological Association, Society for Human Resource Management, and Strategic Management Society.
PhD, University of Colorado at Boulder
MS, Purdue University
Human Resource Management/Organizational Behavior
BA, University of Minnesota
Senjem, J. C. (2015). Getting beyond service-learning myths in management education. In O. Delano-Oriaran, M. Penick-Parks, and S. Fondrie (Eds.) The SAGE Sourcebook of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement. (pp. 201-209). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Mueller, S., D'Intino, R. S., Walske, J., Ehrenhard, M. L., Newbert, S. L., Robinson, J. A., Senjem, J. C. (2015). What's Holding Back Social Entrepreneurship? Removing the Impediments to Theoretical Advancement. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 6(3), 245-256.
Senjem, J. C., & Reed, K. (2002). Social Capital and Network Entrepreneurs. In Paul Reynolds et al (Eds.), Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2002 (22nd edition). Babson Park, MA: Babson College, Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
Koberg, C. K., Boss, R. W., Senjem, J. C., & Goodman, E. A. (1999). Antecedents and outcomes of empowerment: Empirical evidence from the health care industry. Group & Organization Management, 24(1), 71-91.