Jeremy Funk

Ph.D. (Cand.)

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Assistant Professor of Business Administration

Education
B.A. (Major in Business Administration) Trinity Western University, 1985
M.B.A. (Major in Management) University of Manitoba, 1987
Ph.D. (Major in Business Administration) I.H. Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba

Contact Information

Teaching Fields

Introduction to Management
Business Consultation
Professional Certification
Organizational Behaviour
Small & Family Business Management

Professional Experience

2012 - Present: Providence University College, Faculty
1999 - Present: PFP Ventures Inc., Partner
2011: I.H. Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba, Course Instructor
2007 - 2010: I.H. Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba, Teaching Assistant
2007 - 2008: I.H. Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba, Research Assistant
2002 - 2007: Providence College, Assistant Professor of Business
1999 - 2001: LCC International University (formerly Lithuania Christian College), Klaipeda, Lithuania, Business Manager & Business Faculty
1998 - 99: Penner Foods Stores, Sobeys, General Manager
1985 - 98: Penner Foods Ltd., Training & Development Coordinator

Professional Associations

Academy of Management – AOM (USA)
United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship – USASBE (USA)
North American Case Research Association – NACRA (USA)

Publications and Presentations

Peer-Reviewed Publications

(Conditional Acceptance at Journal of Family Business Strategy)
Funk, J. & Litz R. (2010). Should Small Family Businesses Tell Their Customers That They are ‘Family’ Businesses? Exploring the Frequency and Correlates of Family-Based Firm Self-Identification.

Funk, J. & Wan, F. (April, 2011). “Branding Israel” Beyond the Message of Conflict: An Interview with Amir Gissin. The Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship.

Funk, J., Wan, F. & Litz, R. (2010). Windows of Opportunity for a Canadian Family Business: An Interview with Charles Loewen. The Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, 15 (2), 130-142.

Refereed Conference Presentations

Participant at the Family Enterprise Research Conference Doctoral Consortium (2011, May). Family Enterprise Research Conference, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Funk, J. (2011, May). Do Family Businesses “Pay It Forward”? Seeking to Understand the Relationship Between Succession Intention & Intergenerational Behaviour. Poster presented at Family Enterprise Research Conference, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Funk, J. & Street C. (2011, January). Cognitive Isolation: Clearing the Path to Entrepreneurial Risk Assessment with Empirical Results. Developmental paper presented at the 2011 United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Conference, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

Funk, J. & Street C. (2009, August). Cognitive Isolation: Clearing the Path to Entrepreneurial Risk Assessment. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

Participant at the AOM Entrepreneurship Doctoral Consortium (2009, August). Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

Funk, J. & Litz R. (2009, April). Got Family? The Influence of “Family” Identity on Customer Loyalty. Poster presented at Family Enterprise Research Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Awards

2009 Family Enterprise Research Conference (FERC) Doctoral Scholarship ($500) sponsored by the Family Enterprise USA

Course Syllabi

471.11 Introduction to Management

471.12 Business Communications

471.13 Introduction to Business

471.21 Fundamentals of Marketing

471.23 Business/Government Relations

471.34 Commercial Law

471.41 Business Consultation

471.42 Professional Certification

472.12 Organizational Behaviour

472.21 Introduction to Management Science

472.22 Business Administration Co-op Placement

472.24 Human Resource Management

472.32 Advanced Business Administration Co-op Placement

472.33 Small & Family Business Management

472.41 Business Plan

472.42 Strategic Management & Policy

472.43 Business Administration Academic Paper

472.44 Business Administration Internship (12 credit hours)

473.11 Economics I: Microeconomics

473.12 Economics II: Macroeconomics

473.23 Introductory Financial Accounting

473.24 Introductory Managerial Accounting

473.32 Corporate Finance

213.32 Ethics in the Marketplace

 

 
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