Dr. Moronke Oke, Chair or Management and an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Management
Her professional experience includes working in various banking positions in Africa, and as an associate HR consultant in the UK. Her areas of research are inter-organizational dynamics and inter-firm networking. She has presented at various management conferences in both the U.S. and across Europe, and she has published articles in several peer-reviewed academic journals including the Journal of Change Management and Journal of Operations Management. In addition, Dr. Oke has authored a practitioner paper for the Intelligent Transport Systems in the UK and presented to government agencies in both the UK and USA. With over 20 years of teaching experience at the undergraduate and graduate level, Dr. Oke taught Organizational Behavior, Management, and Human Resource Management in the UK, and she has continued to teach those courses at Grand Canyon University (GCU) in the traditional ground modality as well as online. Dr. Oke has taught in the Master of Science in Leadership Program, the Doctorate program at GCU as well as in the Executive MBA Program. As the Chair of the Management department at GCU, Dr. Oke has oversight of the Management and Leadership programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels at GCU. She sits on the Faculty Research Council and served as an associate editor of the Canyon Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. She has also sat on several university committees including the Institutional Review Board, One Foundation, and the Graduate Council.
Dr. Oke earned her MBA (with Distinction), Post-graduate Diploma in Research Methods, and Ph.D. from Cardiff Business School in the UK, a top research school belonging to the Ivy League of the UK and an AACSB accredited institution. Dr Oke was inducted into the Eta Chi Chapter of Delta Mu Delta Honors society DMD in 2010. She served as the chapter’s Co-adviser and became the Adviser of the Eta Chi chapter since 2016. The Eta Chi Chapter has been awarded the Star Chapter in 2018 and 2019 and was named the A.J. Jablonksy Chapter of the Year in 2020.Click Here to Email Me