Timothy Loney brings to USF over 35 years of service as an educator in the field of organizational change management. Dr. Loney helps his students approach various kinds of organizational transformation, encouraging them to rigorously investigate not only internal behaviors and processes, but also their external effects on individuals, communities and the environment.
Dr. Loney teaches a range of subjects that include systems theory and application, economics and finance, business and public policy. With explorations into organizational analysis, diagnosis, intervention, strategy, design, creation and implementation of effective programs, human resource training and management, he hopes to prepare his students for careers as leaders in the public and nonprofit sectors.
Dr. Loney’s research, articles and presentations emphasize cooperation and strategic process change. His work has been published in leading journals on public administration and management, including Quality Digest, International Journal of Public Administration, Personnel Journal, Public Administration Review, Public Manager, and Public Personnel Management Review.
- strategic process change
- DPA, Public Management, University of Southern California, 1983
- MPA, Public Administration, University of Southern California, 1981
- MSA, Administration, George Washington University, 1971
- BS, Education, Southern Connecticut State University
- Editor, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Organization Management
Awards & Distinctions
Editorial Board, Public Administration Review
Editorial Board, Workforce Management
Former President, Society of Federal Labor Relations Professionals
"TQM and Labor-Management Cooperation-A Noble Experiment in the Public Sector," International Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 19, No. 10, 1996
"TQM and Labor-Management Cooperation: a New Challenge," The Public Manager, 1994
"TQM Training: The Library Service Challenge," Journal of Library Administration, Vol. 18, No. 1, 1993 (with A. Bellefontaine)