Loyola University Chicago

- Navigation -

Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

Homer Johnson

Title: Professor
Office #: Maguire 428
Phone: 312.915.6682
E-mail: hjohnso@LUC.edu

Personal Information

Degrees

Research Interests

Professional Associations

Professional Activities

Courses Taught

Research Listings

Refereed Articles

Nicholas, John. & Johnson, H. "Case History: Quality Initiative in the Pathology Lab." The Organization Development Practitioner(2010).

Johnson, Homer. & Kim, S. "When strategy pales: Lessons from the department store industry." Business Horizons, 52. 6 (2009). 583-593.

Johnson, Homer. , "Implementing the triple bottom line." The Organization Development Practitioner, 41. 1 (2009). 50-53.

Johnson, Homer. & Colantoni, T. "Anticipating Major Resistance in Metro City." The Organization Development Practitioner, 40. 1 (2008). 47-50.

Johnson, Homer. , "Mental Models and Transformative Learning: the Key to Leadership Development." Human Resource Development Quarterly, 19. 1 (2008). 85-90.

Johnson, Homer. , "A case of too much diversity?" The Organization Development Practitioner, 39. 2 (2007). 45-48.

Johnson, Homer. , "Resolving conflict at InSo." The Organization Development Practitioner, 38. 3 (2006). 49-52.

Johnson, Homer. , "Some questionable practices at County General." The Organization Development Practitioner, 38. 1 (2006). 50-54.

Johnson, Homer. , "You walked into a political minefield, and I hope you survive." The Organization Development Practitioner, 37. 4 (2005). 48-51.

Johnson, Homer. , "Do you want to work for a jerk?" The Organization Development Practitioner, 37. 1 (2005). 42-46.

Book

Johnson, Homer. H. , Basic principles of effective consulting. Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates (2006).

Loyola

Quinlan School of Business · 820 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.915.7057 · quinlan@luc.edu

Notice of Non-discriminatory Policy