Dr. Jeffrey G. Soper is a “seasoned corporate warrior” and proven executive with a combination of industry, consulting and academic experience spanning a variety of industries and functional areas. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Technology and Management from the University of Maryland University College; a Master of Business Administration degree from Columbia University; and a Doctorate degree from The Pennsylvania State University specializing in Human Resource Development. Doctor is professionally certified by the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Human Capital Institute (HCI) and is a certified executive and business coach and Master Coach Trainer.
Taylor, G., & Soper, J. (2004). Institutionalizing the Management Research Process in China. Proceedings of the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR) 1st Annual Conference.
Soper, J., & Schröttner, B. ( ). Can A Culture of Empowerment Be Created Through Leadership Development? Revised and resubmitted to Leadership & Organization Development Journal.
Soper, J., & Diebel, P. (2003). From Napkins to Spreadsheets: Operationalizing the Systems Equilibrium Model [CD-ROM]. Proceedings of the 17th Australia New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference.
Matson, J., Daou, S., & Soper, J. (2003). Effective Expert Witnessing, 4th Edition. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
Soper, J. (2002). A Change on Change. Human Resource Institute 2002 Bi-Annual Issues Report
Rothwell, W., Sanders, E., & Soper, J. (1999). The ASTD Models for Workplace Learning and Performance. Washington, DC: The American Society for Training and Development.
Hayden, J., & Soper, J. (1999). ASTD Models for Workplace Learning and Performance: Individual Self-assessment. [CD-ROM] Washington, DC: The American Society for Training and Development.
Peerapornvitoon, M. (1999, co-chair with Dr. William J. Rothwell). Practitioner Perceptions of the Importance of Workplace Learning and Performance Competencies to Present and Future Job Success in Thailand.
Crampton, U. (1999). A Comparative Analysis of the Perceived Importance of Leadership Competencies to Job Success for Practicing Engineers and Other Disciplines in a Telecommunications Equipment Firm.
Schlemmer, C. (1999). An Exploratory Analysis of the Implications of Problem-solving Style on Student Retention in the College of Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University.