Murray Dalziel, Ph.D.
Department of Management and International Business
- Ph.D., Harvard University
- M.A., University of Edinburgh
Murray M. Dalziel, is the 12th dean of the University of Baltimore’s Merrick School of Business. He is an academic thought leader, longtime business developer and adviser to senior executives in a number of top global companies, particular the U.S. and Europe. He frequently coaches and advises senior executives and is active in advising and investing in early stage businesses. His expertise is in the fields of organizational behavior, human resource management and global business strategy. Dean Dalziel takes pride in developing business and the people to deliver it. At his previous role as Dean of the University of Liverpool’s Management School, he led the team that obtained the school’s AACSB accreditation.
LaPointe, M., Wingard, J., & Dalziel, M. (2016). University of Liverpool: Online Degree Programs for Professionals. American Manangement Association. (1st), 72-82.
Dalziel, M. Xiang-Jiaotong Liverpool University Management Forum, "Does Venture Capital Really Encourage Innovation?," Suzhou, China. (2013).
Dalziel, M. Symposium; Academy of Management Conference, "Bridging Practice and Scholarship," Boston. (2012).
Research in Progress
"Do business models really explain "value creation"?" (On-Going)
"Does venture capital really encourage innovation? New models for obtaining value from innovation"
"Swarming - understanding leadership in professional organizations"