Director, Executive Graduate Education; Development Emerti Associate Professor of Management Systems
Brazil Executive MBA; Professional MBA; Full-Time MBA; Management Department
PhD, The Ohio State University, 1987. Business administration. Major in industrial relations; minor in organizational behavior.
MBA, University of Akron, 1976. Management.
Strategic management education and development, organizational learning, development and directed change, strategic human resource management, global human resource management.
The Corporate MBA Program, a collaborative project between Ohio University College of Business and Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), the electric utility of Malaysia.
Tenaga Nasional Berhad, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, development and delivery of a corporate MBA program.
Tenaga Nasional Berhad, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a strategic shift to SBU structures of the core businesses.
Institut Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Malaysia, development of a curriculum in human resource management.
Martin Marietta Energy Systems, need assessment, design and delivery of training on team building as mandated by the US Department of Energy.
State of Ohio, Department of Taxation, facilitator of joint labor-management committee training; design, implementation, and evaluation of a flexible work hours program.
City of Columbus, development of a performance appraisal system.
Bob Evans Farm Foods, Inc., development of a training program for restaurant managers; development and implementation of a behaviorally-anchored performance appraisal system; development of a manpower plan.
Development and implementation of an MBO program.
Coombs, G., Yost, E. (2004). International Consulting Projects: Collaborating Across Borders (th ed., vol. 3, pp.285-305). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
Dr. Ed Yost holds a Bachelor of Science in Management and MBA degree from the University of Akron. He has a doctorate in human resource and organizational behavior from the Ohio State University and is certified as a Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR). Ed is an Associate Professor Emeritus of Human Resource Management at Ohio University and currently the Director of Graduate Executive Education and Development with the OU College of Business. A native of Ohio, Ed grew up as a dairy farmer and spent time in the US Navy. Ed’s teaching career includes Ohio State, Franklin University and for more than 25 years, Ohio University. In the past Ed has designed and delivered executive MBA programs in Malaysia, China, Brazil and Ohio. Ed’s major research and consulting focus is strategic human capital management and executive development. Ed has published books, articles, cases, chapters and monographs as a result of his research. As a consultant Ed has worked with many organizations in the US and abroad including, India, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Brazil, Macedonia, Estonia and many others. Ed is married with 4 adult children and two grand daughters. Ed resides in Athens, Ohio with his wife Christine who is also a faculty member at Ohio University.