Welcome to the website of Jill Kickul, Ph.D.
SOM faculty were active and
honored participants at the recent United States Association for Small Business and
Jill Kickul, Deborah Marlino, and Fiona Wilson
won the Best Paper award at the USASBE conference
Entrepreneurial Future: Examining the Diverse Attitudes and Motivations
of Teens Across Gender and Ethnic Identity,” Journal of
Jill Kickul won the Coleman Foundation Best Empirical
for Measure: Modeling Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy onto Instrumental
Tasks Within the New Venture Creation Process,” with Pennsylvania
State University professor Robert D’Intino.
Helsinki School of Economics, Management of Fast Growing Firms.
Professors Bonita L. Betters-Reed and Lynda L. Moore
presented the “Darlene Jeter and Jet-A-Way, Inc.” case.
received funding from the USASBE Minority and Women Division Case Writing
Incubator Project sponsored by the Coleman Foundation for researching and
writing the Darlene Jeter and Jet-A-Way, Inc. case.
Moore and Betters-Reed also received a Coleman Grant at the Conference to
develop a case on Kija Kim, CEO, Harvard
Mapping and Design, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This case is the
second in a series of cases written on minority women entrepreneurs and
their successful leadership by Professors Moore and Betters-Reed.
Jill Kickul presented “Building an Inclusive Entrepreneurial
Culture: The Effects of Organizational Participation on Venture
Performance and Innovation,” with Lisa Gundry, DePaul University and Tim Blumentritt, Marquette University.
Challenges, Opportunities, and
Strategies: A Research Report on Chicago Manufacturing
Psychological contracts in the 21st century (2001 Cason Hall &
Company Publishers Best Paper Award).