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金·S·卡梅隆(Kim S.Cameron)
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金·S·卡梅隆(Kim S.Cameron)
金·S·卡梅隆(Kim S.Cameron)

金·S·卡梅隆簡介

  金·S·卡梅隆(Kim S.Cameron,1946),耶魯大學博士,密歇根大學Ross商學院組織行為與人力資源管理教授兼教育學院高等教育學教授。是《組織的生命周期和效益標準》的合著者之一,和羅伯特·E·奎因提出了著名的組織文化評價量表。

  Dr. Kim S. Cameron, is a professor of management and organization in the Steven M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan (UM) and professor of higher education in the School of Education at UM since 2001. Previously, Dr. Cameron served as the dean for the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University

from 1998 to 2001, and as associate dean for the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University (BYU) from 1995- 1998, where he also served as professor of management. Dr. Cameron also served as department chair in organizational behavior and human resource management during his time at UM from 1984- 1995. Dr. Cameron holds a doctorate and a master's degrees in Administrative Sciences from Yale University, and a master's degree in Social Psychology and a bachelor's degree in Sociology from BYU. Dr. Cameron also worked as the director of Organizational Studies Division at the National Center for Higher Education Management

(NCHEMS) from 1981 to 1984.

Biography

  Cameron is a Latter-day Saint. He attended Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah from which he graduated in 1964. He then received a bachelors from Brigham Young University in 1970. At BYU Cameron dated Ann Davies. Latter he met Melinda Cummings who was the daughter of Hollywood actor Robert Cummings. Melinda's was introduced to BYU as the result of an invitation to visit the campus from M. Russell Ballard who was on the board of directors of a theatre her father was performing at. They were both involved in BYU stage productions, were members of the BYU Program Bureau (now Young Ambassadors), and Melinda had the lead role in the film Pioneers in Petticoats. Melinda joined the LDS church in part because of her experiences in that film.

  Cameron also served as Student Body Vice President and was a basketball player at BYU.

  Kim Cameron and Melinda Cummings were married. After earning a masters at BYU he became a faculty member at Ricks College. He then went on to earn a Masters and Ph.D. in administrative sciences from Yale University.

  The Camerons are the parents of seven children and have thirteen grandchildren.

  For a time Cameron served as president of the Ann Arbor Michigan Stake. He currently serves as Stake Patriarch in the Ann Arbor Michigan Stake.

  Cameron has served as Associate Dean of the Marriott School of Management at BYU and as Dean of the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. He has written or edited 13 scholarly books and been published in more than 120 academic articles. He co-founded the Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship at the University of Michigan, and his work in conjunction with the Center was recognized as one of the top 20 high-impact ideas of 2004 by Harvard Business Review.

  Among other ideas, Cameron advanced the notion that downsizing is not an effective business strategy.

  Cameron's latest scholarly work Positive Leadership examines the research demonstrating that positive leadership and virtuous practices in organizations lead to extraordinary performance.

  As of 2008 Cameron was a member of the high council of the Ann Arbor Michigan Stake.

  Cameron wrote several articles for the Encyclopedia of Mormonism.