Frank X. Wright
Lecturer, Lally School of Management
Prof. Wright teaches Introduction to Management, as the initial offering in the Lally School’s core undergraduate curriculum, utilizing blended andragogy, and co-teaches Enterprise and Economic Development in seminar format. Prof. Wright has taught International Business to graduate students employing hybrid, blended andragogy; Negotiations in International Markets module to Korean students in the Techno-MBA program at the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Graduate School of Management in a face-to-face practicum; and an entrepreneurship course to regional high school scholars for the EntrePrep Summer Institute (Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership) administered through Lally’s Severino Center for Technological Entrepreneurship through a week long “boot camp” format. Professor Wright’s management research explores understanding the “best practices” of management where advanced technology depends on foreign direct investment for the purposes of regional development. His andragogical research explores electronic mediated educational technologies and their exploitation for independent student development and subject mastery.
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Naval Postgraduate School; B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of New Mexico
- General Management
- Business Policy and Strategy
- Entrepreneurship and R&D Management