Chad McAllister, Doctorate of Philosophy, Organization and Management

Distinguished Core Adjunct Professor, School of Business

Chad McAllister Photo

Areas of Expertise:

  • ​Product Development
  • Product Management
  • Innovation Management

Education:

  • Doctorate of Philosophy, Organization and Management, 2006. School of Business, Capella University, Minneapolis Minnesota.
  • Master of Science, Electrical Engineering, 1993. University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
  • Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, 1987
  • University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

Dissertation:

  • Requirements Determination of Information Systems: User and Developer Perceptions of Factors Contributing to Misunderstandings.

Research Areas of Interest:

  • ​Product and Innovation Management

Certifications and /or licenses:

  • Product Development and Management Association’s New Product Development Professional (NPDP),2008-Present.
  • Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional (PMP), 2009-Present
  • Association of International Product Marketers and Managers’ Certified Innovation Leader (CIL), 2012-Present

Select Publications:

  • McAllister, C. A. (Producer). (2014-Present, Weekly). The Everyday Innovator [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from http://www.theeverydayinnovator.com. 
  • Olson, J., McAllister, C., Grinnell, L., Walters. K., & Appunn, F. (2016). Applying Constant Comparative Method with multiple investigators and inter-coder reliability. The Qualitative Report, 21(1), 26-42. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol21/iss1/3/.
  • McAllister, C. A. (2015). A retrospective on the value of the NPDP body of knowledge. Visions, 39(1) p. 26-29. 
  • McAllister, C. A. (2015). Insights: The road to market-winning products. Walden University Alumni Magazine. Retrieved from http://www.waldenu.edu/about/newsroom/publications/articles/2015/01-insi...
  • McAllister, C. A. (2014). Turning ideas into market-winning products. Denver, Colorado: PIE Press.
  • Olson, J., Appunn, F., McAllister, C., Walters, K., & Grinnell, L. (2014). Webcams and virtual teams: An impact model. Team Performance Management, 20(3/4) Retrieved from http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=1352-7592&volume=20&issu...
  • Olson, J., McAllister, C., Grinnell, L., Walters, K., &  Appunn, F. (2012). Building community among researchers:  A 10-Step method that creates collaboration, identifies themes, and recognize trends.  Paper presented at the  Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.

Select Professional Experience:

  • ​Microsoft. Rapid Product Mastery Experience, Product Management & Innovation Coaching
  • Haas. Rapid Product Mastery Experience, Product Management & Innovation Coaching
  • Charter Communications. Rapid Product Mastery Experience, Product Management & Innovation Coaching
  • Concur SAP. Rapid Product Mastery Experience, Product Management & Innovation Coaching
  • Motorola Solutions. Rapid Product Mastery Experience, Product Management & Innovation Coaching
  • G4S. Design Thinking Boot Camps
  • ETS. Rapid Product Mastery Experience, Product Management & Innovation Coaching
  • Panasonic. Rapid Product Mastery Experience, Product Management & Innovation Coaching
  • Boston University, Project Leadership & Communications Course. Invited by Dr. Steve Leybourne as guest lecturer
  • Colgate-Palmolive. Rapid Product Mastery Experience, Product Management & Innovation Coaching