Joann Farrell Quinn
Joann Farrell Quinn teaches management courses as an instructor in the Department of Management and Organization.
Her research focus is in the areas of emotional and social competencies, identity, and leadership, with a particular focus on physician leadership. She also serves as a reviewer for several conferences and journals.
Quinn received her PhD from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. She holds an MBA from Syracuse University and a BA from the University of Rochester. She owns her own consulting practice, JFQ Consulting, and a Northern California boutique winery with her husband, Harold. She is often sought out for consulting and speaking engagements. Quinn is a member of the Academy of Management and the American Psychological Association and is a past president of the Security Traders Association of Florida.
• MAN 3240 191 - Organizational Behavior Analysis
• MAN 4737 191 - Integrated Management Applications
• MAN 4063 191 - Management Ethics
• MAN 4441 191 - Negotiation & Management Conflict
- Quinn, Joann Farrell. Social Intelligence and the Role of Shared Vision in Determining Physician Leader Engagement. To be presented as part of the Symposium 'Neuroscience of Effective Leadership' at the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) Annual Meeting on November 17, 2012.
- Quinn, Joann Farrell. First and Foremost, Physicians: The Clinical versus Managerial Identities of Physician Leaders. Presented at the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) Annual Meeting on November 20, 2011, as well as at the First International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship at Case Western Reserve University on June 2, 2011; published in conference proceedings, as well as on the Management Research Network website.
- Quinn, Joann Farrell. Characteristics of Effective Physician Leaders. Presented at ARNOVA Annual Conference on November 19, 2010, Washington, DC.