Patrick R. Rogers

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentManagement

Phone336-285-3347

Fax336-256-2645

Emailrogersp@ncat.edu

OfficeMerrick Hall
Room: 112

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Patrick R. Rogers

Education

Ph D: Business Administration and Management, General, The University of Tennessee, 1994

MBA: Financial Analysis, Western Carolina University, 1988

Other: Management, Western Carolina University, 1982


Research Interests

Online Learning, Organizational Theory,


Recent Publications

Rogers, Patrick  (2015).  STUDENT LOCUS OF CONTROL AND ONLINE COURSE PERFORMANCE: AN EMPIRICAL EXAMINATION OF STUDENT SUCCESS IN ONLINE MANAGEMENT COURSES.  (3,  19,  pp. 261–270).  Academy of Education Leadership Journal.

Stewart, Alice  Houghton, Susan  Rogers, Patrick  (2012).  Instructional Design, Active Learning, and Student Performance Using a Trading Room to Teach Strategy.  (6,  36,  pp. 753–776).  Journal of Management Education.

Rogers, Patrick  (2011).  Student Online Course Performance: Does Learning Style Matter?.  (12,  ).  Journal of the Academy of Business Education.

Rogers, Patrick  Mcneil, Kimberly  (2009).  Student Learning Styles and Online Course Performance: An Empirical Examination of Student Success in Web-Based Management Courses..  (18,  ).  Business Education Digest.

Stewart, Alice  Houghton, SM  Rogers, Patrick  (2005).  Instructional design.   A practical guide for medical teachers. Edinburgh: Elsevier.

Rogers, Patrick  Bamford, Charles  (2002).  Information planning process and strategic orientation: the importance of fit in high-performing organizations.  (3,  55,  pp. 205–215).  Journal of Business Research.

Bamford, C  Rogers, Patrick  Miller, A  (1999).  Transformation of strategic typed: an examination of the internal antecedents to organizational change.  (16,  1,  pp. 135–50).  Journal of Business Strategies.

Rogers, Patrick  Miller, Alex  Judge, William  (1999).  Using information-processing theory to understand planning/performance relationships in the context of strategy.  (6,  20,  pp. 567–577).  Strategic Management Journal.