Craig works with organizations to develop strategic direction,
link implementation steps to strategy, identify organizational
culture, and develop processes to bring about organizational
change. Since 2007, Dr. Caldwell has served as an Associate
Professor of Management in the College of Business at Butler
University. He teaches MBA and undergraduate courses in Strategy,
Leadership, and Ethical Decision-Making. With a team of others, he
delivers an MBA Gateway class that partners MBAs with Central
Indiana businesses aimed at putting a fresh set of eyes on
persistent business problems. Craig has won six teaching awards and
two advising awards. He currently serves on the Graduate Council
and has served on the Faculty Annual Evaluation Committee.
Dr. Caldwell's consulting activities focus on strategy
development and organizational change. He has worked with client
firms in logistics, manufacturing, food service, life-sciences and
architecture. In addition to strategy development, Craig works on
leadership, decision-making, values-based leadership, and
Craig's research includes academic articles in Business and
Society, Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, The
Monitor, Business and Society Review, Management Accounting
Quarterly, and Journal of Corporate Citizenship.
Craig holds a Doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh, an
MBA from Virginia Tech, and a BA from Anderson University.