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Kevin Rockmann

I am the associate dean of students at George Mason University's School of Business. My primary teaching assignments are organizational behavior and negotiation in the MBA program. Using theory on identity, decision-making, and social exchange, my research investigates the development and the influence of various types of attachments in organizations, whether they be at the individual, team, professional, or organizational level. My research has appeared in Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Small Group Research, and the Research in Managing Groups and Teams book series.

Tips for Paying for Your MBA Degree

If you are interested pursuing an MBA degree, paying for your MBA degree should be on the top of your list of things to consider. Like any investment, a graduate business degree comes with a large price tag. And although the career benefits far outweigh the costs, paying for your MBA degree can be a […]

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MBA Accredited Institutions Deliver Applied Knowledge

MBA accredited institutions are committed to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review. They deliver relevant course material by academically and professionally qualified faculty. The program design, courses, and faculty are regularly reviewed by other MBA accredited institutions to ensure the maintenance of high standards for the benefit of the students. […]

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MBA Alum Steers Upset Victory in Panama Presidential Election

It’s not every day a school can tout that an alumnus was instrumental in shaping global politics, but this month George Mason University’s School of Management can say just that. Master of Business Administration alum, Jonathan R. Snowling ’11, recently spearheaded an upset victory for his client, Juan Carlos Varela, in the race for the presidency […]

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