Faculty Associate | Wisconsin Evening and Executive MBA Programs
(608) 695-2502

Biography

Deb Houden, PhD, is an adjunct faculty member at the Wisconsin School of Business teaching Negotiations for the Executive MBA, Evening MBA, Center for Professional Development, the Center for Advanced Studies in Business, and the Graduate School of Engineering. She has also taught numerous courses at the undergrad level in Interpersonal Communication, Communication and Conflict Resolution, and Issues in Family Business Ownership.

Dr. Houden is also a consultant with Deb Houden & Associates, working with family enterprises on differing needs including developing effective communication and conflict resolution skills, facilitating various negotiated agreements (including shareholder and family employment agreements), developing family meetings, board development, and preparing younger generational members of family firms.

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Negotiations (MHR 628), Fall 2014.
Theory and practice of negotiations.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365), Spring 2009.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365), Spring 2010.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365), Spring 2011.
A course for the exploration of subject areas possibly to be introduced into the business curriculum.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365), Spring 2012.
A course for the exploration of subject areas possibly to be introduced into the business curriculum.

Contemporary Topics (BUS 365), Spring 2013.
A course for the exploration of subject areas possibly to be introduced into the business curriculum.

Graduate Courses

Contemporary Topics (MHR 765), Fall 2015.

(MHR 765), Fall 2016.