Alex F. DeNoble is a Professor of Management and Executive Director of the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center in the College of Business at San Diego State University. He currently also serves as the Chair of the College of Business Steering Committee. Prior to his role in the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center, he served for 3 years as the Chair of the Management Department in the College of Business.
His primary areas of expertise include entrepreneurship and corporate innovation, technology commercialization and strategic management. He has conducted research in these areas and has taught related classes in the University's undergraduate, graduate and executive MBA programs. He has published articles in such journals as IEEE Transactions on Management, the Journal of Business Venturing, the Journal of High Technology Management Research, the Journal of Technology Transfer, International Marketing Review, and Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice.
Professor DeNoble teaches (click on course for the most recent syllabus):
Exploration of Business (BA 100)
Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (MGT 358)
Entrepreneurship (MGT 724)
Managing the Growing Entrepreneurial Firm (MGT 744)
Lavin Entrepreneurs 1 (BA 311)
Lavin Entrepreneurs 2 (BA 312)
Lavin Entrepreneurs 3 (BA 411)
Lavin Entrepreneurs 4 (BA 412)
Corporate Entrepreneurship (MGT 745)
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