Laurie Levesque, PhD
Associate Professor, Management and EntrepreneurshipSend a Message
Dr. Laurie Levesque’s research interests fall into two areas, one of which is scholarship on emergent processes, such as new organizational roles, psychological contracts, socialization of new hires, and shared cognition. The other focus is on developing teaching tools, instructional cases, and classroom activities. These two streams intersect with her current work on Classroom-as-Organization simulation and the facilitation skills and approaches that enhance simulation as a learning methodology.
Her publications appeared in Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Human Relations, Journal of Management, Human Resource Management Journal, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and Career Development International and in The Case Research Journal, The CASE Journal, Management Teaching Review, and Simulation and Gaming.
She is currently the Program Director of the Master in Management and Organizational Leadership program. She also serves on the editorial board of International Journal of Instructional Cases and is an ad hoc peer reviewer for several journals. She previously served as an Associate Dean overseeing the BSBA. She led, co-led, or served on teams and task forces over her 20 years at Suffolk that resulted in new curricula and gen-ed requirements, enhanced course offerings, minors, co-curricular and career programming, new student organizations, and instructor professional development.
Honors and Recognitions
- 2021 Fellow of the Eastern Academy of Management
- 2016 Sawyer Business School Dean’s Administrative Service Award
- 2016 Journey Leadership Awards: Faculty Club Advisor of the Year
- 2015 Student Government Association: Outstanding Business Faculty Member
- Program Director, Master in Management and Organizational Leadership (2019-)
- President, Eastern Academy of Management (2018-2019)
- Associate Editor, International Journal of Instructional Cases (2019-)
- Alumni Advisory Board, AIESEC-Boston (2014-)
Recent Intellectual Contributions
Levesque, L.L. (2021). Trust in classroom-as-organization simulations: Parallel experiences of participants and facilitators, Simulation and Gaming.
Lam, C.F., Rees, L., Levesque, L.L., & Ornstein, S. (2018). Shooting from the hip: A habit perspective of voice. Academy of Management Review, 43(3): 1-19.
Cases and Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Levesque, L.L., and Kilmer, J. (2020). Leasing a City Apartment (Negotiation Case), Published by the Dispute Resolution Research Center (U. of Michigan).
Levesque, L.L., and Cerulli, S.D. (2020). Young Entrepreneurs Council. International Journal of Instructional Cases.
Levesque, L.L. (2018) Student-Authored Ethics Vignettes: Giving Voice to Values All Semester. Management Teaching Review, 3(4), 331–345.
Levesque, L.L. & Cheng, A.S. (2017). A New Team at Tier1 Coaching and Development, Inc. The Case Research Journal, 37 (3): 45-50.
Levesque, L.L., Hung, K.T. & Arslan, H. (2017). Teradyne: Hitting the Great Wall. The CASE Journal, 13 (4): 546-560.