Scott Kuban's research focuses primarily on how misconduct, politics, and relational networks impact strategic leadership and how technology is changing the nature of the firm. He has also done research for both the Department of Defense and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Prior to pursuing graduate studies, Dr. Kuban worked for two Fortune 100 companies, the Federal Government, and several tech startups, including his own. He also serves on the board of a non-profit foundation.
Professor Kuban teaches Strategic Management (MGMT 4010) and Entrepreneurial Management (MGMT 4140).
- One of These Things is Not Like the Other: How Firms’ Post-Misconduct Actions Differ by Misconduct Context and CEO Attribution - Journal of Management
- Contracting in the Smart Era: The Implications of Blockchain and Decentralized Autonomous Organizations for Contracting and Corporate Governance - Academy of Management Perspectives
- Too Hot to Handle and Too Valuable to Drop: An Expanded Conceptualization of Firm's Reactions to Exchange Partner Misconduct - Academy of Management Journal
- All Things Great and Small: Organizational Size, Boundaries of the Firm, and a Changing Environment - Academy of Management Annals
- Formal and Informal Alliances in the Telecommunications Industry and Their Outcomes (DoD and OSTP white paper)
- Formal Alliances in the Telecommunications Industry and Their Outcomes (DoD and OSTP white paper)
Education & Affiliations
Mays Business School, Texas A&M University, Ph.D. in Strategic Management
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, B.S. in Business Administration