Ingrid Nembhard

Associate Professor of Public Health and Management

Professor Ingrid Nembhard

Professor Nembhard’s research focuses on organizational learning in health care, with an emphasis on understanding the effects of intra- and inter-organizational relationships, leadership behavior, team learning strategies and project management on quality improvement efforts and clinical outcomes. She integrates knowledge of organizational behavior, organizational theory and health services research to answer questions about managing learning, change and innovation within health care delivery organizations.

Education

  • PhD, Harvard University, 2007
  • MS, Harvard University School of Public Health, 2001
  • BA, Yale University, 1997

Courses

Managing Healthcare Organizations
MGT 630
Managing and Innovating in Healthcare Orgs.
MGT 681

Achievements

Best Paper Proceedings (Top 10% of submissions)
Academy of Management Meeting
2013
Best Abstract, Science of Quality Improvement
AcademyHealth
2012
Runner-Up, Best Health Care Management Paper Award
Academy of Management
2011
Best Paper Proceedings of the 2010 Academy of Management Meeting, Top 10% of submissions
Academy of Management Meeting
2010
Best Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS) Paper Award
Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS), Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
2008
First Prize
Alfred P. Sloan Industry Studies Dissertation Award
2007
Best Paper Based on a Dissertation
Health Care Management Division, Academy of Management
2007
Committee Member, Institute of Medicine/Academy of Management Knowledge-Sharing Project
Technical Expert, United States Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

Editorships

Journal of Change Management 2009-Present
Editorial Review Board Member
Advances in Health Care Management
Editorial Review Board Member