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Russell Teasley, Ph.D.

Russell Teasley
Title: Professor - Management
Phone: 706-864-1616

Office: Newton Oakes Center, 114, Dahlonega
Areas of Expertise: Strategic Management, International Strategy, Project Management


Dr. Teasley is currently associate dean of faculty and graduate studies of the Mike Cottrell College of Business. Before joining UNG in 2004, he taught as a graduate professor of project management at Western Carolina University. His professional experiences include a commercialization and business start-up consultant, project coordinator for the international Intelligent Manufacturing Systems research consortium, researcher at Tokyo University’s Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, project manager for Department of Energy’s summer Institute of Technology Transfer at the Savannah River Federal Laboratory, and property development contractor.

Courses Taught

BUSA 4527: International Business, MGMT 6630: Project Management and Control


  • Ph.D., Management, International Business Cognate, University of South Carolina, 1998
  • M.S., Project Management, Western Carolina University, 1988
  • B.S., Engineering Operations, North Carolina State University, 1970


Gabriel, T. J., Teasley, R., Walker, W., Schraeder, M., Jordan, M. (2016). The ‘Corps’ of the Matter: An Illustration of Collaborative Engagement for Organizational Development. Organization Development Journal, 34(3), 25-42.

Teasley, R. W., Simmons, K., Helms, M. (in press). Using Porter’s Diamond as the Focus Project For a Short-Term International Business Study Abroad Course. Journal of Education for Business

Jordan, M., Gabriel, T. J., Teasley, R., Walker, W., Schraeder, M. (2015). An integrative approach to identifying factors related to long-term career commitments: a military example. Career Development International, 20(2), 163-178.

Teasley, R., Jordan, M., Sangtani, V. (2012). The human side of technology project performance: Effects of satisfaction, perceived technology policy, task significance and training. Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, 15(2), 53-72.

Work Experience

Graduate Professor
Western Carolina University
2004 - 2006

Training Consultant
NAACO Materials Handling Group
2004 - 2005

Millennium Services
1999 - 2004

University of South Carolina, College of Engineering
1998 - 1999

Project Coordinator
Academic Coalition for Intelligent Manufacturing Systems
1996 - 1998

Visiting Researcher
University of Tokyo, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology

International Research Grantee
National Science Foundation, US Department of Education
1994 - 1995

Instructor and Research Assistant
University of South Carolina
1990 - 1994

Residential Contractor

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