Dr. William E. Gillis
Dr. Gillis’s research interests are in franchising from both the franchisor and franchisee perspectives, Healthcare, Organizational theory and change, and organizational form.
- Ph.D. in Business Administration (Strategic Management)
The Florida State University
University of West Florida
- M.S. History, Russian Area Studies
United States Air Force Academy
Maaloof, J., Combs, J. G., Gillis, W., Perryman, A. (2020). Replicate or adapt? Franchising and organizational routines. Journal of Knowledge Management.
Gillis, W., Combs, J. G., Yin, X. (2020). Franchise management capabilities and franchisor performance under alternative franchise ownership strategies. Journal of Business Venturing.
Whaley, A. R., Gillis, W., Affuso, E. (2017). A Panel Data Analysis of Efficiency and Productivity of the U. S. Hospital Care System. Review of Applied Economics.
Whaley, A. R., Gillis, W. (2016) Leadership development programs for healthcare middle managers: An exploration of the top management team member perspective. Health Care Management Review, 43(1), 11. DOI: 10.1097/HMR.0000000000000131
Harvey, P., Harris, K. J., Gillis, W., Martinko, M. (2014). Abusive Supervision and the Entitled Employee. The Leadership Quarterly, 25, 13.
Gillis, W., Combs, J. G., Ketchen, D. J. (2014) Using resource-based theory to help explain plural form franchising. Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice.
Weldy, T., Gillis, W. (2010). The Learning Organization and Performance: Variations across Levels and Organizations. Learning Organization, 17(5), 16. www.emeraldinsight.com/0969-6474.htm
Gillis, W., Castrogiovanni, G. J. (2010). The Franchising Business Model: An Entrepreneurial Growth Alternative. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 24. dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11365-010-0158-8
- MGT 485 – Business Policy in a Global Economy
- MGT 603 – Seminar in Organization Theory and Change