ARTP Department of Management

College of Business & Economics
Department of Management
Date Approved: July 2018

 

Confidentiality of Personnel Deliberations

Composition of Departmental Personnel Committees (Probationary and Temporary Appointment, Retention, Tenure, and Promotion, and Evaluation of Temporary, Probationary and Tenured Faculty)

Composition of Departmental Personnel Committees

The department annually elects 3 personnel committees.

The probationary and tenured faculty members of the department or equivalent unit shall elect a peer review committee(s) of tenured faculty members. When there are insufficient eligible members to serve on the peer committee, the department shall elect members from a related academic discipline(s).

(The Committees, as a whole, must take responsibility for the following tasks: Probationary Appointment; Temporary Appointment; Retention, Tenure and Promotion; Range Elevation; Evaluation of Temporary Faculty; Evaluation of Probationary Faculty; Evaluation of Tenured Faculty (Post-Tenure review); Evaluation for Request to Emeritus status; and Collaboration on the Development of Individual Professional Plans. It is required that each unit indicate below which Committee is responsible for each of these tasks.)

Committee Titles and Responsibilities

Number of Members

(at least 3; all tenured full time)

(Indicate if must be (full) professor rank)

Number of Alternates

(1 or more; all tenured full-time)*

(Indicate if must be (full) professor rank)

Faculty Affairs

Committee A

see additional

3 full professors 1 full professor

Faculty Affairs

Committee B

see additional

3 tenured professors 1 tenured professor

Committee to Evaluate the Department Chair

see additional

 

3 full professors

1 full professor

Additional:

1) STRUCTURE
    The Department Faculty Affairs Committee A consist of three full professors elected by the faculty of the

    Department.

    The Department Faculty Affairs Committee B consist of three tenured professors elected by the faculty of the
    Department.

    The Committee to Evaluate the Department Chair consists of three full professors elected by the faculty of the
    department. Members of this committee may serve on the College or Department Faculty Affairs Committees. Faculty
    members participating in the Faculty Early Retirement Program are eligible to serve on this committee. The Department

    Chair may not serve on this committee.

    Each of these Committee shall elect its own chairperson. The elected chairperson of the Committee shall serve as
    secretary of that Committee. The term of membership for each Committee shall be one year, beginning with the first
    meeting of the fall semester. All those on the ballot of each Committee who are not elected will be considered alternates,

    in rank order according to the votes received.

    All probationary and tenured faculty unit employees including those participating in the Faculty Early Retirement Program
    who are teaching during the semester in which the election takes place shall be eligible to vote in the election for
    members of the Department Faculty Affairs Committee A and B. There shall be at least two names on the

    ballot for each position to be filled. Faculty members from outside of the Department shall be candidates if necessary.

    The election shall take place within the spring semester. Members serving on the College Faculty Affairs
    Committee are not eligible to serve on the Department Faculty Affairs Committee A only; they can serve on the

    Department Faculty Affairs Committee B and the Committee to Evaluate the Department Chair.

2) THE CHARGE TO THE DEPARTMENT FACULTY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

  1. To make recommendations on promotion, retention and tenure matters of all full-time faculty unit employees. In such matters, all motions are to be placed in the affirmative and recommendations shall be by majority vote of the committee.
  2. To make recommendations to the appropriate administrator(s) regarding the 5-year review and evaluation of the performance of tenured faculty.
  3. To collaborate with faculty in the preparation of individual professional plans.
  4. To develop and recommend personnel policies and procedures to the Department.
  5. To handle such other matters as are mandated to this Committee by the current Agreement between the Board of Trustees of the California State University and the California Faculty Association and other duly constituted academic authority, including assurance that the Department will make positive efforts to comply with the letter and spirit of the non-discrimination policies of the University.
  6. To handle other matters that are related to faculty welfare, including assurance that the Department will make positive efforts to comply with the letter and spirit of the non-discrimination policies of the University.

3) THE CHARGE TO THE DEPARTMENT FACULTY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE B

  1. To make recommendations to the appropriate administrator(s) regarding retention of all temporary faculty unit employees. In such matters, all motions are to be placed in the affirmative and recommendations shall be by majority vote of the committee.
  2. To  make recommendations to the appropriate administrator(s) regarding the review and evaluation of the performance of presently employed temporary faculty members.
  3. To make recommendations concerning the evaluation of temporary faculty for Range Elevation.
  4. To handle such other matters as are mandated to this Committee by the current Agreement between the Board of Trustees of the California State University and the California Faculty Association and other duly constituted academic authority, including assurance that the Department seeks to achieve the short and long range equity and diversity goals of the University.
4) THE CHARGE TO THE COMMITTEE TO EVALUATE THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR
  1. To make recommendations to the appropriate administrator(s) regarding the annual evaluation of the Department Chair.
  2. To handle other matters that are related to faculty welfare, including assurance that the Department will make positive efforts to comply with the letter and spirit of the non-discrimination policies of the University.

Eligibility for Committee Service and Balloting

Recruitment of Probationary Faculty

Appointment of Probationary Faculty

Personnel Action Files

Individualized Professional Plans

Additional:

The Management Department Faculty Affairs Committee A shall review individual professional plans in connection with periodic performance reviews.

Eligibility for Tenure and Promotion

Area of Specialization Terminal Degree
  • Business Administration
  • Business Policy/Strategy
  • Business Communications
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Operations Management
  • Organization Behavior
  • Human Resources Management
  • Human and Organizational Systems
  • Health Care Management
  • New Venture Management
  • Social Responsibility, Sustainability, and Business Ethics

 

 

 

Ph.D. in business, D.B.A., or Ph.D. in a non-business discipline and completions of the AACSB Post-Doctoral Bridge to Business Program

Evaluation of Permanent Instructional Faculty

Additional:

Category B: Activities considered appropriate as "scholarly and creative activities" for the discipline are:

  • Publication in peer-reviewed journals
  • Publication of research monographs
  • Publication of textbooks
  • Publication of chapters in scholarly books
  • Publication in peer-reviewed conference proceedings
  • Presentations at the meeting of scholarly and professional societies
  • Service as editor or reviewer for peer-reviewed journal

The Department policy shall conform to the College policy.

On average, a sustained record of one peer, refereed publication per year in quality journals in the field relevant to the faculty member's teaching assignment is expected when being reviewed for tenure and promotion. The faculty member, Department, and College will ensure the articles have not been published in predatory journals.

Committee Procedures

Review of Faculty Holding Joint Appointments and of Faculty Active in Interdisciplinary Programs

Additional:

Faculty members with joint appointments shall be evaluated by a joint committee of two full professors from each department/division/school.

Student Consultation in Academic Personnel Processes

Oral Testimony

Role of Department/Division/School Chair or Director

Appointment of Temporary Faculty

Evaluation of Temporary Faculty

Additional:

Temporary faculty will be evaluated once during the term of appointment. For example, temporary faculty having three-year appointments will be evaluated once in that three-year term. Temporary faculty having one-year appointments will be evaluated once in that one-year term.

Temporary faculty having multi-year appointments will receive one peer observation of instruction in that multi-year term.

Temporary faculty members with multi-year contracts may demonstrate currency in the filed through Option A or Option B:

Option A: Faculty members may demonstrate currency through participation in any two of the following activities (documentation must be provided):

  1. Attendance at continuing education seminar required to maintain professional certification
  2. Maintenance of a professional certificate of license in a field relevant to the area of teaching
  3. Employment in a mid-level or higher -level professional, technical, or managerial position (non-teaching), earning income for at least 400 hours in a year
  4. Operation of a business with annual revenues exceeding $500,00 throughout the review period
  5. Engagement in consulting services, for which at least 80 hours were billed in a year
  6. Publication of a peer-reviewed journal article

Option B: Faculty members may also demonstrate currency through the following documented activities:

  1. Publication of two (2) papers in peer-reviewed journals within the most recent five-year period in the field relevant to the faculty member's teaching assignment
  2. Attainment of an appropriate terminal degree earned in the most recent five-year period

The Department policy otherwise conforms to College policy.

Consideration for Three-Year Appointments

Consideration for Range Elevation

Additional:

Candidates for range elevation may demonstrate currency in the field through Option A or Option B:

Option A: Faculty members may demonstrate currency through participation in any two of the following activities (documentation must be provided):

  1. Attendance at continuing education seminar required to maintain professional certification
  2. Maintenance of a professional certificate of license in a field relevant to the area of teaching
  3. Employment in a mid-level or higher-level professional, technical, or managerial position (non-teaching), earning income for at least 400 hours in a year
  4. Operation of a business with annual revenues exceeding $500,00 throughout the review period
  5. Engagement in consulting services, for which at least 80 hours were billed in a year
  6. Publication of a peer-reviewed journal article

Option B: Faculty members may also demonstrate currency through the following documented activities:

  1. Publication of two (2) papers in peer-reviewed journals within the most recent five-year period in the field relevant to the faculty member's teaching assignment
  2. Attainment of an appropriate terminal degree earned in the most recent five-year period

The Department policy otherwise conforms to College policy.

Review of Department Personnel Procedures