Tim Hart, PhD
Tim Hart researches in the areas of strategy and sustainability. His work has been published in Journal of Business Research, Strategic Organization, Business & Society, and Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, among other outlets. He has lived in the Great Plains most of his life and has either worked at or attended school at The University of Tulsa, Oral Roberts University, The University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University (Stillwater and Tulsa) and Tulsa Community College. Prior to joining academia, Dr. Hart practiced corporate law at the Tulsa firm of Barber & Bartz and also worked in industry as a corporate trainer and supervisor at a local tax software company. Tim is a devoted husband and father and enjoys spending time outdoors with his family.
Gilstrap , J., and T. Hart. How Employee Behaviors Effect Organizational Change and Stability. Journal of Business Research, 2020.
Hart , T. Sustainable Tulsa: How Sustainable Is the Sustainability Business?. Journal of Business Cases and Applications, 2020.
Hart , T., and C. Fox. How the World Has Changed and What That Means for Teaching Strategy and CSR. 2018.
Shao, F., & Hart, T. A. (2017). Unbundling the effect of prior invention experience from firm size on future exploratory and exploitative search behaviors. Innovation: Organization & Management, 19(2): 227-244.
Hart, T. A., Gilstrap, J. B., & Bolino, M. C. 2016. Organizational citizenship behavior and the enhancement of absorptive capacity. Journal of Business Research, 69(10): 3981-3988.
Hart, T. A., Fox, C. J., Ede, K. F., & Korstad, J. 2015. Do, but don’t tell: The search for social responsibility and sustainability in the websites of the top-100 US MBA programs. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 16(5): 706-728.
Hart, T. A., David, P., Shao, F., Fox, C. J., & Westermann-Behaylo, M. 2015. An examination of the impact of executive compensation disparity on corporate social performance. Strategic Organization, 13(3): 200-223.
Hart, T. A., & Sharfman, M. 2015. Assessing the Concurrent Validity of the Revised Kinder, Lydenberg, and Domini Corporate Social Performance Indicators. Business & Society, 54(5): 575-598.
Hart , T. Assessing the Concurrent Validity of the Revised Kinder, Lydenberg, and Domini Corporate Social Performance Indicators. 2015.
Mitchell, J. R., Hart, T. A., Valcea, S., & Townsend, D. M. 2009. Becoming the boss: Discretion and postsuccession success in family firms. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 33(6): 1201-1218.
Hart , T. Becoming the Boss: Decision Control and Post-Succession Success in Family Firms. 2009.
Townsend, D. A., & Hart, T. A. 2008. Perceived institutional ambiguity and the choice of organizational form in social entrepreneurial ventures. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 32(4): 685-700.
Hart , T. Perceived Institutional Ambiguity and the Choice of Organizational Form in Social Entrepreneurial Ventures. 2008.
Hart, T. A. 2001. Taxing E-Commerce: The sales and use tax question. Tulsa Law Review, 37: 397-423.
Hart , T. Taxing E-Commerce: The Sales and Use Tax Question. 2001.
Shao , F., A. Murrell, X. Zhao, K. Zhang, and T. Hart. Understanding the Dynamic Relationships Between CSR and CSIR. Journal of Strategy and Management.
Gilstrap, J. B., & Hart, T. A. 2012. How employee behaviors contribute to firms’ absorptive capacities. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2012(1): 1-1: doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2012.5316.
Hart, T. A., Fox, C. J., Korstad, J., & Nill, E. E. (2017). Sustainable MBAs: A phase model development of sustainability in MBA education. In J. A. Arevalo, & S. Mitchell (Eds.), Handbook of Sustainability in Management Education: In Search of a Multidisciplinary, Innovative and Integrated Approach. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA. US: Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Principles of Management
- Social Responsibility in Business
- Corporate and Business Strategy
- Strategic Management
- Strategic Management Society
- Academy of Management
Awards & Honors
- Golden Torch Award Recipient
- Richard W. Poole Research Excellence Award
- Daniel Wren Student Support Scholarship
- Michael F. Price College of Business Doctoral Student Summer Research Fellowship Grant Competition Award
- Ronald B. Shuman Memorial Business Awar
- Ben Barnett Doctoral Student Scholarship
- MVP: Most Valuable Professor (Nate Walker, Football)
- 2016-2017 Mayo Teaching Excellence Award Recipient
- TU Faculty Development Summer Fellowship
- 2015-2016 Collins College of Business Excellence in Teaching Award Nominee
- 2014-2015 Merrick Teaching Award Nominee
- Business Student Council Business Faculty of the month
- 2019 University of Tulsa Equity Award
- Chapman Professorship award
- Featured as National ‘Best Lesson’ Professor at coursehero.com/faculty-club/best-lessons/tim-hart
- Freshman Orientation Mentor of the Year
- Volunteer of the Month
- 2017-2018 Helmerich Graduate Faculty Excellence Award Recipient
- CCB Faculty Development Summer Fellowship
- Collins College of Business Excellence in Teaching Award Nominee
- MVP: Most Valuable Professor
- 2019-2020 Collins College of Business Excellence in Teaching Award Nominee
- 2018-2019 Collins College of Business Excellence in Teaching Award Nominee
- 2020 CCB Excellence in Teaching Award
- 2020 TU Faculty Development Summer Fellowship
- 2018-2019 CCB Excellence in Teaching Award
- 2019 Freshman Orientation Mentor of the Year
- Chapman Professorship
- Equity Award
- National ‘Best Lesson’ Professor
- 2021 CCB Excellence in Teaching Award
- Ronald B. Shuman Memorial Business Award
- 2015 Best-in-Track Paper Organization Theory / International Management
- Business Faculty of the month
- 2018 Helmerich Graduate Faculty Excellence Award
- 2017 Collins College of Business Mayo Teaching Excellence Award
- 2016 Collins College of Business Excellence in Teaching Award Nomination