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Rick Milter, Ph.D.

Professor and Faculty Director of Capstone Programs, Carey Business School, The Johns Hopkins University

Richard G. Milter, professor and faculty director of capstone programs at The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, has served previously as interim chair of professional programs and director of MBA programs.  His personal management experiences include positions in the construction, retail, housing, and consulting industries.  He has held previous teaching and leadership positions at Ohio University, Boston College, Universiti Teknologi MARA (Shah Alam, Malaysia), the University at Albany, Loyola University of Chicago, and Janus Pannonius University (Pecs, Hungary).  Rick serves on editorial boards of the Information Age Publishing series Research in Management Education and Development and the Springer Verlag Publishing series Innovation and Change in Professional Education.  He serves as Associate Series Editor of the Springer Science and Business series Advances in Business Education and Training. Rick’s research and publications have paralleled his consulting activity in the areas of executive judgment, strategy, group decision-making processes, management information systems, negotiation strategies, managerial ethics, leadership, and innovative learning platforms. Having formerly served as chairman of EDiNEB, an international network of innovative educators based in Maastricht, the Netherlands, Rick has delivered keynote addresses and seminar courses on decision making, leadership, business policy, organization development, creative thinking, and strategic management to audiences in the US, Malaysia, Sweden, and Hungary.  He has presented workshops to educators on innovative learning strategies across the U.S., Sweden, Hungary, the Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, Japan, and Malaysia.  He was co-founder and director of an MBA program that earned best practice status for technology-mediated learning by AACSB and APQC.