27 Jun Dennis W. Campbell
Dennis W. Campbell joined the faculty of the Harvard Business School in 2003. He is currently the Dwight P. Robinson Jr. Professor of Business Administration. In addition to his academic position, he also serves as the Head of the Accounting & Management unit at HBS. During his time on the faculty, he has taught in and chaired a variety of courses in the school’s MBA, doctoral, and executive education programs in Boston, Asia and the Middle East.
Professor Campbell’s research and teaching activities focus broadly on the relationship between management control systems, organizational culture, and strategy execution. His current research efforts center more specifically on exploring employee ownership and economic transparency as drivers of organizational performance. He has studied these issues extensively in both domestic and international contexts and has published numerous case studies across a variety of industries including retail, hospitality, financial services, and consumer-goods manufacturing. His research has been published in leading academic journals including Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Management Science, and the Journal of Service Research.
Professor Campbell received his doctorate from Harvard Business School. Prior to beginning his doctoral studies, he worked at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C. on research and policy related to the structure, conduct, and performance of U.S. banking institutions and markets. He is currently serving on the board of the Harvard University Employees Credit Union and is a research fellow and chair for the Center for Organizational Entrepreneurship at the Filene Research Institute.