Michael Hasler is a Lecturer at the Red McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin where he teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses in the Information, Risk, and Operations Management department. He is also the Program Director for the MS program in Business Analytics and a fellow in the Supply Chain Management Center of Excellence. The bulk of his professional experience was in the auto industry in Supply Chain and Operations, and he moved to high technology in the semiconductor equipment industry with Applied Materials in Austin, Texas. While at Applied he helped launch their Supply Chain Management activity, led operations for a $1 billion division, and was the Head of Global Materials Operations before leaving in 2003. As one of the operations executives at Applied, he was chosen to help create and lead Applied Materials’ Leadership Development program, and it was this experience that led to his PhD in Human Resource Development at Texas A&M University in 2009. A native of the Midwestern US, Michael (Mike) Hasler grew up in Indiana and Michigan, and has lived throughout the Great Lakes region. With his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from General Motors Institute (now Kettering University), Mike spent over twenty years in the auto industry working for a few different companies including General Motors and Nissan; as well as owning a company that was part of the auto, defense, and engineering industries. During this time, he attended the University of Virginia as a GM Fellow, where he obtained a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering. Mike and his wife, Nancy, are the parents of two adult children—Adam and Whitney—and live in Dripping Springs, Texas.
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|Michael G. Hasler. 2009. Leadership development in context: A phenomenological study of leadership development activities during significant organizational change. (Unpublished Dissertation). College Station, TX: Texas A&M University, forthcoming.|
|Michael G. Hasler, M. D. Thompson, and M. Schuler. 2006. National human resource development in transitioning societies in the developing world: Brazil. Advances in Developing Human Resources 8(1), 116-135.|
|Michael G. Hasler. 2005. Leadership development and organizational culture: Which comes first?, in Academy of Human Resource Management 2005 Conference Proceedings, M. L. Morris and F. M. Nafukho, eds. Bowling Green, OH: AHRD, 996-1003.|
|Callahan, J. L., Michael G. Hasler, and H. Tolson. 2005. Perceptions of emotion expressiveness: Gender differences among senior executives. The Leadership & Organization Development Journal 26(7), 512-528.|
|Michael G. Hasler, M. D. Thompson, S. A. Lynham, and K. E. Paprock. 2004. HRD in Latin America: An exploratory review of the literature, in Academy of Human Resource Management 2004 Conference Proceedings, T. M. Egan and M. L. Morris, eds. Bowling Green, OH: AHRD, 463-470.|
|Michael G. Hasler and B. VanWert. 1981. Selection of a conformal coating for the General Motors electronic control module, in SAE Technical Paper Series, Warrendale, PA: Society of Automotive Engineers.|