Ikwukananne Udechukwu, D.B.A.
Department of Business
Ike has served as a Lead Faculty for Management at Columbia Southern University where he was focused on assisting the Program Director in the day-to-day management of the business program, to include faculty management, teaching, scheduling, curriculum development, etc., for about 7 years. He has served as a doctoral dissertation chair and reader of comprehensive exams in schools to include Capella University and Grand Canyon University. He has also taught as an adjunct faculty at schools to include Mercer University and Shorter University in Georgia. He holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University and a Master in Public Administration from Valdosta State University. Ike enjoys biking and watching any nature shows narrated by Sir David Attenborough of the BBC.
Doctorate in Management
Nova Southeastern University
Master's in Public Sector Management
Valdosta State University
Bachelor's in Management
Research interests are in the areas of management, organizational behavior, leadership, international business, human resources, etc.
- Benjamin, W., & Udechukwu, I. (2014). The relationship between HRM practices and turnover intentions: A study of government and employee organizational citizenship behavior in the Virgin Islands. Public Personnel Management, 43(1), 58 – 62.
- Udechukwu, I., & Mujtaba, B. (2013). An institutional and architecture based view of corruption in Nigeria: A developing economy’s analysis of formal and informal structures. Journal of Business Studies Quarterly, 4 (3), 230 – 239.
- Kaba, A., Udechukwu, I., & Mujtaba, B. G. (December, 2012). The value of social exchanges in building links between fairness and trust in multinational mining organizations. International Journal of Physical and Social Sciences, 12 (2), 422 – 440.
- Udechukwu, I., Redmond, D., & Mujtaba, B. G. (September, 2012). Spinning the wheels of trust and culture in organizations: A conceptual and mathematical model using social exchange theory. International Journal of Arts and Commerce, 1(4), 11-28.
- Udechukwu, I. & Manyak, T (2009, Winter). Job applicant’s perception of resumes versus employment application forms in the recruitment process in a public organization. Public Personnel Management, 38(4), 1-18.
- Udechukwu, I. (2009). Correctional Officer Turnover: Of Maslow’s Need Heirarchy and Herzberg’s Motivation Theory. Public Personnel Management, 38(2), 69-82.
- Udechukwu, I., Harrington W., Manyak, T., Segal, S., & Graham S. (2007, Fall). The Georgia Department of Corrections: An exploratory reflection on Correctional Officer turnover and its correlates, Public Personnel Management, 36(3), 247-268.
- Udechukwu, I. (2007). The influence of intrinsic and extrinsic satisfaction on organizational exit (voluntary turnover): Evidence from a correctional setting. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, 12 (1), 127 - 141.
- Udechukwu, I. I., & Mujtaba, B. G. (2007). Determining the probability that an employee will stay or leave the organization: A mathematical and theoretical model for organizations, Human Resource Development Review, 6(2), 164-184.
Ed.D. in Leadership Doctor of Education
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Ed.S. in Leadership Educational Specialist
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M.Ed. in Educational Business Administration Master of Education
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M.Ed. in Teacher Leadership Master of Education
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Certificate in Adult Education and Corporate Training Certificate
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Certificate in Leadership Certificate
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Certificate in Teacher Leadership Certificate
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Micro-Credential in Information Systems Micro-Credential
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Micro-Credential in International Education Micro-Credential
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Micro-Credential in Leadership Micro-Credential
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