Scott Bryant

 

 

Dr. Scott Bryant

Professor of Management

Office: 222 Jabs Hall

Email: bryant@montana.edu

Phone: (406) 994-6191

Courses:
BMGT 461 - Small Business Management
BMGT 466 - Middle Management Skills



 

Research Interests

Peer mentoring

Emotional intelligence

Entrepreneurship

Transformational leadership

Teaching

Expertise & Service

  • Emotional Intelligence Workshops
  • Managing Conflict Seminars

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Bio

Dr. Scott Bryant’s main research stream examines the strategic role of knowledge creating and sharing in organizations, especially as related to peer mentoring, leadership, emotional intelligence and trust. Currently he is studying the impact of emotional intelligence and transformational leadership on organizational outcomes by examining how these impact the effectiveness of human resources managers and not-for-profit managers and how these impact safety of wilderness crews in the Montana Conservation Corps. Dr. Bryant also researches entrepreneurship in the emerging economy context and pedagogical innovations.

Google Scholar profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=-YfXr8MAAAAJ&hl=en

ResearchGate profile:  https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Scott_Bryant

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Selected Publications

  • "An Empirical Study of Emotional Intelligence and Stress in College Students," co-authored with T. Malone, Business Education & Accreditation Journal, 7: 1-11. (2015)
  • "Sub-national Institutions, Export Strategy, and Firm Performance: A Multilevel Study of Private Manufacturing Firms in Vietnam," co-authored with T. Nguyen and N. Bich, Journal of World Business, 48: 68-76 (2013)
  • "Does Emotional Intelligence—as Measured by the EQI—Influence Transformational Leadership and/or Desirable Outcomes," co-authored with F. William Brown and Michael Reilly, Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 27: 330-351. (2006) *Won 2006 Best Paper in Journal Award
  • "The Impact of Peer Mentoring on Knowledge Creation and Sharing: An Empirical Study in a Software Firm," Group and Organization Management, 30: 319-338. (2005)
  • "The Role of Transformational and Transactional Leadership in Creating, Sharing and Exploiting Organizational Knowledge," Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 9: 32-44. (2003)

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Awards

  • Gary K. Bracken Excellence in Teaching Award, Montana State University, 2012
  • President’s Excellence in Teaching Award, Honorable Mention, Montana State University, 2012
  • President’s Excellence in Teaching Award, Honorable Mention, Montana State University, 2011
  • NCIIA Grant (6290-08)—$24,500. “Moving clean energy innovations to market and creating entrepreneurial learning opportunities through cross-disciplinary student teams,” 2009-11
  • Loendorf Excellence in Teaching Award, Montana State University, 2009
  • Dean’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research, Montana State University, 2008
  • Emerald Literati Award for best paper in Leadership and Organization Development Journal for “The Role of Emotional Intelligence, as Measured by the EQI, on Transformational Leadership and Organizational Outcomes,” 2007
  • Fellow, Nemours Center for Medical Leadership to support research in health care management, 2005-07
  • Dean’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research, Montana State University, 2005
  • Thomas Nopper Excellence in Teaching Award, Montana State University, 2004
  • Roger Best Award for Outstanding Teaching, Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon, 2001

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Education

Ph.D., Management and Organizational Studies, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 2002

M.B.A., Management Emphasis, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA, 1998

B.A., Philosophy, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA, 1990

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