Baniyelme D. Zoogah, PhD (The Ohio State University, USA)
Immediate Past President
Research Interest: Dr Zoogahi teaches organizational behavior and human resource management courses. He has held visiting professorship positions in Ghana and South Africa. His research is at the meso level which combines micro and macro issues related to development of individuals, groups, and organizations as they pertain to competencies, strategies, and resources respectively. His current research focuses on strategic followership, corporate environmental sustainability, and autochthonous management. In addition to publishing in, and reviewing for, several journals, he has authored four books: (1) Strategic Followership: How Followers Impact Organizational Effectiveness; (2) Theoretical Perspectives of Strategic Followership; (3) Ethnos Oblige: Theory and Evidence; and (4) Managing Organizational Behavior in the African Context. In addition, he has edited Advancing Research Methodology in the African Context: Techniques, Methods, and Designs.
Stella M. Nkomo, PhD (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
University of Pretoria, South Africa
Research Interests: diversity, difference, race and gender in organizations, management in Africa.