Yohannes Haile, Ph.D.

Yohannes Haile, Ph.D.
Assistant Teaching Professor of Management, IBE, Industrial Engineering, MBA, and MMM programs
257A Burke
Mailing Address:
PENN STATE BEHREND
281 BURKE CENTER
ERIE PA 16563

Yohannes Haile, Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University. Innovation, new product & process development, advanced manufacturing methods, systems, controls, and energy engineering, quantitative methods, new business development (business model & technology innovations), designing sustainable systems, entrepreneurship, strategic management and interest in cyber-physical-biological systems. Has 22 years experience in industry and business.

Strategic Management, Business Model/Technological Innovations, Socio-Technological Paradigm shifts, Cyber - Physical - Biological Systems, Transition Management

Mediation Testing in Marketing Analytics: Replication and Extension of Germann et al,(2013)., Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness - 2020
Collaborator: Diane Parente, Co-Author

Student-Prepared Videos in Undergraduate Instruction., Journal of Instructional Pedagogies - 2020
Collaborator: John Parente, Author

Value Potentials in Innovation, Resources, Strategic Networks and Blocks, Advances in Systems Science and Applications - 2020
Collaborator: Jeffrey Forrest, Author

Workplace Empowerment Incorporating Stability Overtime: Replication & Extension, Journal of Organizational Psychology - 2020
Collaborator: Diane Parente, Co-Author

Adapting Cyber Physical Production Systems to Small and Mid-Size Manufacturing Companies, International Journal of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering - April, 2019

Ecocommunal Management, Transition Engagement, and Connectedness: A Model for the Performance of Renewable Energy Project in Emerging Economies, IEEE Explore - - November, 2015

Ph D, Management - Designing Sustainable Systems, Case Western Reserve University

MBA, Business Administration, Bowling Green State University

MS, Energy Engineering, University of Massachusetts

BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Massachusetts