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John Doggett

John Doggett
GSB 5.124K (512) 232-7671
GSB 4.202 (512) 471-3676

Senior Lecturer



John N. Doggett is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Management. He received his B.A. from Claremont Men’s College, his J.D. from Yale Law School and his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. His research and teaching interests include international entrepreneurship, global competition and Sustainability and Energy. Since 1999, Professor Doggett has spent part of each summer and winter teaching courses on entrepreneurship and global competition in Austria, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. Since the spring of 2003, Professor Doggett has led MBA students on annual two week observation tours of the People's Republic of China.


Orlando R. Kelm, John N. Doggett, and Haiping Tang. 2011. When we are the foreigners: What Chinese think about working with Americans. Charleston, SC:
John N. Doggett, Prabhudev C. Konana, and S. Balasubramanian. 2005. Advantage China: Comparing India’s and China’s Growth Strategies. Frontline Magazine (India) 22(6).
John N. Doggett, Nobue Brown, and Jay Whitman. 2003. A Report on U.S. Energy and Technology Startup Firms. Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc..
John N. Doggett, John S. Butler, and Jay Whitman. 2000. A Report on How American Venture Capital Firms and Incubators Evaluate Business Plans. Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc..
John N. Doggett. 1988. Private Sector Training Needs Assessment. United States Agency for International Development Mission.
John N. Doggett, Edward L. Felton Jr., John C. Edmunds, and et. al. 1985. An Assessment of the Need for Management Training and Development in the English Speaking Caribbean. Caribbean association of Industry and Commerce, U. S. Agency for International Development.

Teaching Awards

Outstanding Professor Award, Executive MBA Program2009
Outstanding Professor Award, Full-Time MBA Program2008
Outstanding Professor Award, Texas Evening MBA Program2007
Outstanding Elective Professor Award, Full-Time MBA Program2004
Outstanding Professor Award, Texas Executive MBA Program @ DFW2004
Outstanding Faculty Award, Executive Engineering Management Master’s class2002
Outstanding Professor in an Elective MBA Class1998
Faculty Honor Roll, MBA Program and US Army War College