Articles by Barry Barnes, PhD
Barry Barnes, PhD, is the Chair of Leadership at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he teaches graduate-level courses in leadership, strategic decision making, and organizational behavior. In 2009, he received an Outstanding Research Award at the Global Conference on Business and Finance; he received a Best Paper Award at the International Global Academy of Business, and he was selected as Faculty Member of the Year in 2000. Dr. Barnes has published in the International Journal of Organizational Analysis, The International Journal of Business Research, Review of Business Research, the Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, and other journals. His recent research and writing focus on the relationship between leadership, organizational change, and strategy, as well as the innovative and improvisational business practices of the legendary rock band the Grateful Dead.
This article discusses the role of finance in strategic planning, decision making, formulation, implementation, and monitoring.