Patrick R Rogers

Associate Professor

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Merrick Hall 112
MBABusiness Administration / Western Carolina University
Ph.D.Business Administration / The University of Tennessee
B.A.Business Administration/General Management / Western Carolina University

Research Interests

Online Learning, Organizational Theory,

Recent Publications

  • Patrick Rogers, Patrick Rogers (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.
  • Alice Stewart, Susan Houghton, Patrick Rogers, Alice Stewart, Susan Houghton, Patrick Rogers (2012). (Instructional Design, Active Learning, and Student Performance Using a Trading Room to Teach Strategy). (6) 36, pp. 753–776 ). Journal of Management Education.
  • Patrick Rogers, Patrick Rogers (2011). (Student Online Course Performance: Does Learning Style Matter?). 12, ). Journal of the Academy of Business Education.
  • Patrick Rogers, Kimberly Mcneil, Patrick Rogers, Kimberly Mcneil (2009). (Student Learning Styles and Online Course Performance: An Empirical Examination of Student Success in Web-Based Management Courses.). (18) ). Business Education Digest.
  • Alice Stewart, SM Houghton, Patrick Rogers, Alice Stewart, SM Houghton, Patrick Rogers (2005). (Instructional design). pp. 186–93 ). A practical guide for medical teachers. Edinburgh: Elsevier.
  • Patrick Rogers, Charles Bamford, Patrick Rogers, Charles Bamford (2002). (Information planning process and strategic orientation: the importance of fit in high-performing organizations). (3) 55, pp. 205–215 ). Journal of Business Research.
  • C Bamford, Patrick Rogers, A Miller, C Bamford, Patrick Rogers (1999). (Transformation of strategic typed: an examination of the internal antecedents to organizational change). (16) 1, pp. 135–50 ). Journal of Business Strategies.
  • Patrick Rogers, Alex Miller, William Judge, Patrick Rogers, Alex Miller (1999). (Using information-processing theory to understand planning/performance relationships in the context of strategy). (6) 20, pp. 567–577 ). Strategic Management Journal.