Ted Hayduk III, Ph.D. (ABD)
Spartan Complex 115
Ted is originally from Miami, Florida. He has worked as an operations consultant for MLB and as a technology specialist for Super Bowl XLVIII. His research focuses on innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship in the sports industry. It is his goal to provide students with the knowledge and resources they need to start, manage, and grow their own sport-related ventures. When not doing research or teaching, Ted enjoys physical fitness, outdoor activities like backpacking, hiking, and camping, and ________.
PhD, Sport Management (ABD), Texas A&M University
MS, Sport Management, University of Southern Mississippi
BS, Political Science; BS Social Science, Florida State University
Expertise, Research & Teaching Interests
Ted’s main research interests revolve around sport entrepreneurship. Sport entrepreneurship involves using sport as a catalyst for innovation and entrepreneurial activity. Sport is intimately connected to society in ways traditional industries aren’t. Therefore, people tend to trust sport enterprises and think of them as altruistic, whereas other firms (Facebook, Shell Oil, etc) are seen as primarily self-interested. Entrepreneurs can therefore leverage the power of sport to generate new ventures that fix social ills while also being financially lucrative.
Quantitative Research Methods
Strategic Management of Sport Organizations
International Sport Business
Hayduk III, T.M. & Walker, M. (in press). Do Applicants Care? Assessing the Influence of Social Responsibility Communication on Job Seekers in the Sport Industry. International Journal of Sport Communication, 11(2).
Hayduk III, T.M. & Walker, M. (2017). Mapping the Strategic Factor Market for Sport Entrepreneurship. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 1-20.
Hayduk III, T.M. (2017). The Case for a Complete Model of Strategic Resource Utility in Sport and Entertainment Management. Journal of Applied Sport Management, 9(3), 1-12.
Hayduk III, T.M. & Walker, M. (2017). Re-Assessing Resource Worthiness: Proposition of a Framework for Analyzing Resource Utility. Organizational Dynamics, 46(1), 40-45.
Hayduk III, T. & Walker, M (June, 2018). Optimal Pacing and Novelty in the Opportunity Development Process Model: an Empirical Test. Presentation at the meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Hayduk III, T. & Walker, M (May, 2018). Professional Sport Franchise Ownership Experience Carry-Over Effects. Presentation at the International Conference on Sport Economics & Sport Management, Vienna, Austria.
Hayduk III, T.M., & Walker, M. (February, 2018). Ownership Marketing Background Experience Carry-Over Effects: Evidence from Major League Baseball. Presentation at the meeting of the Applied Sport Management Association, Waco, TX.
Hayduk III, T.M., & Walker, M. (November, 2017). Does Advertising Matter? Assessing the Accounting Determinants of Sport Consumer Behavior. Presentation at the meeting of the Sport Marketing Association, Boston, MA.
Hayduk III., T.M. & Walker, M. (June, 2017). Social Consciousness, Perceived Person-Organization Fit, and Corporate Social Responsibility as Drivers of Strategic Competitiveness (NASSM Student Research Competition Finalist). Presentation at the meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management, Denver, CO.
Hayduk III, T.M. & Walker, M. (June, 2017). Testing a Complete Model of Strategic Resource Utility: The Effect of Tangible and Intangible Resources. Presentation at the meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management, Denver, CO.
Hayduk III, T.M., & Pickett, A. (June, 2017). Latent Semantic Analysis in Sport Management. Presentation at the meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management, Denver, CO.
Undergraduate/Graduate Student Research Supervision
North American Association of Sports Economists
Strategic Management Society
North American Society for Sport Management
Sport Marketing Association