Education master of Organization Development. Graduation date – August, 1992

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Beth A. Koufteros

821 Pine Valley Dr.

College Station, TX 77845

(C) 979-739-5148

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Master of Organization Development. Graduation date – August, 1992.


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Graduation date – August, 1990.

Dual Major: Human Resource Management and Production Operations Management.

Graduated Cum Laude.


THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO, Toledo, Ohio. Attended 1992-1994.

Human Resource Development – Completed seven doctoral level courses with a specialization in Training and Development. Courses were part of an employer-sponsored tuition waiver program.
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.

Management Department

Lecturer Aug. 2008-Present

Design course materials and teach Management, Organizational Behavior, Human Resource and Organizational Development to junior and senior and graduate level business students. Serve on assessment and curriculum committees. Consult for Aggies in Business. Co-coordinator for Mays Academy of Learning and Teaching (MALT).

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.

Information and Operations Management Department (INFO).

Asst. Director of Student Services/Lecturer Aug., 2007-Aug. 2008

Designed course material and taught Management, Statistics, and Supply Chain Management to junior and senior level business students. Recruited graduate and undergraduate INFO majors. Developed marketing materials and brochures for the department majors. Co-developed student orientation for new INFO majors. Supervised the MS-MIS admissions process. Selected, assigned and supervised all INFO graduate assistantships. Co-advised the student group Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). Served as chairperson for the department scholarship committee. Developed exit and salary surveys of majors. Coordinated the speaker network for the department.

Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida.

Management, International Business and Entrepreneurship (MIBE) Department.

Information Technology and Operations Management (ITOM) Department.

Instructor Jan., 2000-June, 2007

Designed and organized course materials and instructed Introduction to Management, Organization Development, Human Resource Management, Labor Relations, Operations Management, Quantitative Methods in Business and Supply Chain Management to junior and senior level business students. Advised the student group Phi Beta Lambda. Served as a faculty representative on the Broward Career Advisory Board. Conducted training programs through Executive Continuing Education. Created management course content for the Week-end BBA program. Served on selection committees for several administrative and faculty positions. Conducted academic and career advising as requested.

The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas.

Marketing and Management Department.

Lecturer Jan., 1996 – Aug., 1999.

Designed and organized presentation materials and instructed Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Labor Relations and Organizational Development courses for students majoring in Business Administration. Scheduled all departmental courses. Advised business students. Participated in faculty recruitment and selection for the department.

Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio.

Management Department.

Instructor of Management Aug., 1991 - May, 1995.

Facilitated the learning of 150 - 180 students per semester through instruction and individual consultation for Organizational Behavior and Principles of Management courses. Conducted academic advising for students majoring in Business. Advised a student group of management majors.

Graduate Assistant August, 1990 – August 1991
Aggies in Business Consulting, College Station, Texas

Research Consultant Feb. 2010 - Present

  • Meridium Project – Meridium, Inc., Roanoke Virginia

Researched, developed and administered a survey regarding Asset Performance Management. Presented findings at the Meridium Conference (Roanoke, VA, May, 2011) and the Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association (Orlando, FL, Oct. 2011).

  • Wireline Project – GeoDynamics and Well Services Magazine,

Developed survey to determine location and future projections for wireline trucks and well servicing companies. Provided analysis and feedback on survey findings to aid supply chain decisions.

  • Interstate Batteries Project- Developed a survey to gather information from dealers as part of a program to revise marketing strategies.

  • Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) Project.

Advised AiB students one the creation of surveys for students and faculty to provide advice on future recruiting activities.

Center for Executive Development, Mays, Business School, Texas A&M University

Instructor Oct. 2012- Current

  • Taught Human Resource Management for the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas.

Executive Education Programs, College of Business, Florida Atlantic University

Instructor Aug. 2005- May 2007

Taught classes on Training, Health and Safety, Compensation and Benefits.

City of Oregon, Oregon, Ohio.

Independent Training Consultant April, 1995 - June, 1995.

Planned, developed instructional material and conducted training seminars regarding sexual harassment policies and EEOC compliance for over 200 city employees.

Law Department, Owens-Corning Fiberglas Toledo, Ohio.

Administrative Assistant May, 1992 - August 1992.

Utilized software packages to present data concerning asbestos litigation in the form of monthly productivity reports. Handled word-processing needs and coded incoming dockets for the settlement analysts and the operations supervisor. Helped plan and organize organizational development efforts of the Law Department following results from annual employee surveys.

Campbell, D. J. & Koufteros, B., & Foo, Y. (2001). Goal-setting, Competition and Performance: Some Singaporean and American Similarities, Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 9(2) 3-26.
Campbell, D. J. & Koufteros, B. Personal Goals and Perceived Competition as Determinants of Task Performance. Proceedings from the American Psychological Society Annual Conference, 1995.
Koufteros, B. On-line Study Guide to accompany Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining: Cases, Practice, and Law, 8/E by Michael R. Carrell and Christina Heavrin. Prentice-Hall, 2007.
Koufteros, B. Test Bank to accompany Management of Organizations by

Richard M. Wright and Raymond A. Noe. Irwin Publishing, 1996.

Meridium Conference, Roanoke Virginia, April 2011

“Management Practices in Asset Intensive Industries.”

Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association (MESA) Orlando, FL. Oct. 2011

“Best Practices in Asset Management and Reliability.”


15 sections

Texas A&M University

MGMT 655 Survey of Management

MGMT 424 Organization Design, Change and Development

MGMT 372 Advanced Organizational Behavior

MGMT 363 The Management Process

MGMT 363(H) The Management Process Honors

MGMT 373 Managing Human Resources

INFO 364 Operations Management

INFO 303 Statistical Methods

Other Universities

Operations Management

Quantitative Methods

Supply Chain Management

Labor Relations

Organizational Development Management

Organizational Behavior

Human Resource Management

Study Tour (Costa Rica/Panama)

Texas A&M

Committee member for curriculum and course content issues.

Committee member for Competency Development and Assessment Committee.

Coordination committee for Transitions and Undergraduate Special Programs.

Evaluator for university-wide Critical Thinking Assessment.

Participated in Honors Faculty Workshops and Etiquette Dinners

Co-advisor, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.(CSCMP)

Reviewer for Mays Fellows program.

Reviewer for the university honors program applicants.

Evaluator for the Ideas Challenge packets for CNVE.

Scholarship committee chair, INFO Dept.

Business Honors New Student Conference – Small Group Leader.

Faculty mentor for Mays Regent Scholars Program.

Class Plant Tours – BP, Dell, New Southwest Baking Co., Nucor Steel.

Participant in the Wakonse Conference for College Teachers

Co-leader of the Undergraduate Leadership Development at the Wakonse conference.

Co-creator and team member of Mays Academy of Learning and Teaching (MALT)

Evaluator for Team Presentations for the freshmen PREP Program.

Evaluator for University Scholars Awards.


Faculty Member of the Year, Broward Achievement Awards – Student Affairs.

Recipient, Outstanding Club Advisor Award.

Finalist for Distinguished Teacher of the Year.

Semi-finalist for the Stewart Teaching Award.

Panelist for Best Practices in Teaching Seminar.

Faculty Member Award, Reality Bites – Career Advisory Board.

Resume Critique Panel at the Broward Job Fair.

Graduate Expo Participant

Faculty Rep. for the Broward Career Advisory Council

Advisor, Phi Beta Lambda - student group with focus on professional development.

Study Abroad Participant - Greece and Cyprus

Study Abroad Co-Leader – Costa Rica and Panama

Plant Tours - Jet Blue, City Furniture, MarineTech, Publix, Cubic Corp.. Gribetz

Dinner Meetings with ASTD, ODN, HRABC, APICS, NAPM/ISM

Selection Committee – various administrative staff and faculty positions.

Master of Organization Development – graduated 8/08/92

Bowling Green State University

Thesis Title: The Effects of Different Goal Levels on the Search for and Choice of Task Relevant Information Sources

Thesis Advisor: Donald J. Campbell

Courses Taken at BGSU for MOD

ORGD 670 Introduction to Organizational Development (3 hours)

ORGD 672 Organizational Behavior – Concepts And History (3 hours)

ORGD 675 Technical Organizational Analysis and Research (3 hours)

ORGD 677 Systems and Behavior (3 hours)

GRS 500 Workshop in Instruction in Higher Education (2 hours)

ORGD 671 Self-Awareness-Personality-Imp (3 hours)

ORGD 673 OD Theory and Technology (3 hours)

ORGD 674 Change Strategies (3 hours)

ORGD 678 Organizational Diagnosis (3 hours)

ORGD 679 Organizational Development Internship (3 hours)

ORGD 699 Thesis Research (12 hours)

Courses Taken at The University of Toledo – Non-Degree Program GPA = 4.0

EDMD 755 Educational Technology and Human Resource Development (4 hours)

EDMD 816 Research and Theory in Educational Technology (4 hours)

EDMD 850 Change Process in Education (4 hours)

EDMD 759 Human Resource Development: Training and Program Dev.-Org (4 hours)

EDMD 799 Independent Study in Educ. Technology – Instructing Adult Learners (4 hours)

EDMD 798 Problems in Educ. Technology (4 hours)

EDMD 890 Seminar on Focus Groups as a Research Tool (4 hours)

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