Dr. Anthony Mento
Professor of Management
Anthony Mento, Ph.D., Tony is a professor of management at Loyola University Maryland. He teaches primarily in the Executive and MBA programs in areas of Leadership, Power and Influence, Change Management, and Creativity. Current areas of research are reflection in managerial learning, team development in executive teams, change management and resistance to change.
Ph D, University of Maryland-College Park.
MA, Towson University.
BA, University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
Anthony J. Mento and John T. Everett, The implosion of Learning Team 17, Journal of Critical Incidents, 3 2010, 122-127.
Anthony J. Mento and Ellen D. Hoadley, Integrating the Executive MBA Curriculum:, American Journal of Business Education, 3(4) 2010, 91-98.
Richard H. Franke, Anthony J. Mento, Steven M. Prumo and Timothy Edlund, General Electric Performance over _ Century: Evaluation of Strategic Factors by Quantitative Case Analysis, International Journal of Business, 12(1) 2007, 137-149.
Mento, A. J., Epiphany: A Story of Improving Teaching Effectiveness in an Executive MBA Economics Course, Journal of Executive Education, 3, 1, (2004), p. 20.
Mento, A. J., Jones, R. M., Recipients of Change: The Overlooked Link in Change Management Programs., 12, 2, (2004), p. 38-46.
Jones, R. M., Mento, A. J., Desai, H. B., Integrated Team Development Methodologies for Managers in an EMBA Program: A Case Study, Journal of Executive Education, 2, (2003), p. 15-29.
Managing Partner, Executive and Fellows MBA Programs. (March 5, 2005).
An Analysis and Comparison of the approaches of Dr. Deming, Jack Welch, and Ed Locke on Management and Leadership
An Investigation of why most change efforts in organizations fail
Reflection: What it is and how to do it in executive business education