Organizational Behavior/Negotiations/Team Building
Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Aram Donigian served in the U.S. Army for 21 years as an infantry and public-affairs officer, deploying three times to Afghanistan. Donigian cofounded the West Point Negotiation Project and is the coauthor of several articles on negotiation within the military context. Donigian currently teaches the Negotiations course at Tuck and works closely with the Tuck Business Bridge Program.
Aine Donovan is a Clinical Professor of Business Education at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. She is the Director Emerita of the Ethics Institute at Dartmouth College, a campus-wide initiative that serves the needs of faculty and students in ethics education. Prior to her tenure at Dartmouth, she was a professor at the United States Naval Academy where she developed the ethics curriculum and founded the first ethics center at Annapolis.
Her research emphasis, publications, and professional presentations are in the field of moral education, bioethics, business ethics and global strategies for ethical understanding. Her recent books include "Global Bioethics" (Oxford) and "The Human Genome Project in College Curriculum: Ethical Issues and Practical Strategies"(UPNE).
Dia Draper spent 15 years leading diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives in the Dartmouth and Upper Valley communities, before becoming the first Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Tuck in 2020.
Sydney Finkelstein’s approach to leadership and strategy focuses on the strengths and weaknesses of executive talent. His widely read research analyzes how capable leaders make bad decisions and, ultimately, fail. He teaches the core course Analysis for General Managers.
Eric Furstenberg is an Instructor of Business Administration at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. Prior to joining Tuck he was a member of the faculty at The College of William and Mary, The University of Virginia and Dartmouth College. He has extensive experience teaching Statistics, Econometrics and Microeconomics. Prior to his academic career, Eric worked as a consultant in the metals and oil industries at the Economics Resource Group in Cambridge MA. Eric lives with his wife and two daughters in Lyme NH, where they enjoy cooking and exploring the outdoors.
Constance Helfat’s research seeks to understand the nature of strategic change in organizations, particularly change that is a result of emerging technology, knowledge, and capabilities. She teaches the elective courses Deconstructing Apple, a research-to-practice seminar, and Strategic Principles for Internet Businesses.
Conwell Worthington has held faculty positions in marketing at both Babson College and Bentley University. Prior to transitioning into academia, Worthington served as an executive in arts management. Worthington acted as the Associate General Manager at The Huntington Theatre Company and the Theater Manager at the Charles Playhouse, both in Boston, MA. Career production highlights include management positions on shows nationally and internationally: Broadway (Billy Crystal: 700 Sundays, Boeing Boeing and 33 Variations); international engagements (Australia and Canada); national tours (The Lion King, Billy Crystal: 700 Sundays, and The Book of Mormon); and regional theatre (The Laramie Project, Sister Act: The Musical, Fences, Purlie, Ray Charles Live! and Blue). Worthington also acted as Worldwide Associate to the Production Supervisor for The Lion King, helping coordinate productions in China and the Netherlands. Worthington served as Associate Producer on In a Booth at Chasens at The Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Currently, he is working as a management consultant for The Obsidian Theatre Festival in Detroit, MI and J&B Theatricals in California.