Woody primarily teaches Strategic Management at the graduate and undergraduate level, but has also taught courses in Sports Management, Business Ethics, and a Freshmen Seminar. He received teaching awards from Mississippi State University, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and the University of Central Florida while on the faculty of each university. In addition to those institutions, Woody served as a faculty member at Shenandoah University and Ball State University prior to arriving at UMW in 2013.
His research has appeared in the Journal of Business Ethics, Health Care Management Review, Simulation & Gaming, Journal of Education for Business, and the Journal of Management Education. He has written and published numerous cases that have appeared in the Case Research Journal, Business Case Journal, Journal of Applied Case Research, Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Journal of Finance Case Research, Sage Business Cases, Southeast Case Research Journal and over a dozen textbooks. The Case Research Journal recognized him as an Outstanding Reviewer for 2013, and appointed him to its Editorial Review Board in October of 2015.
Woody Richardson in the News
- Woody Richardson and Rachel Graefe-Anderson’s Article Accepted for PublicationAssociate Professor of Business Woody Richardson and Assistant Professor of Business Rachel Graefe-Anderson's article “Evaluating Retirement Planning: The Proper Mix of Investments?” has been accepted in the Journal of Applied Case Research, forthcoming in electronic format. [...] The post Woody Richardson and Rachel Graefe-Anderson’s Article Accepted for Publication appeared first on EagleEye.... Read more »
- Richardson Recognized as CRJ Outstanding ReviewerThe Case Research Journal (CRJ) recognized Woody Richardson, Associate Professor in the College of Business, as "CRJ Outstanding Reviewer for 2012-2013" at the annual meeting of the North American Case Research Association meeting held in Victoria, BC, Canada on Oct. 17-19, 2013. The CRJ is the leading academic journal for cases in... Read more »