Barbara Sigmon Crandall, Ph.D., is a native Oklahoman and Professor Emeritus of Management at the Meinders School of Business. Barbara specializes in organizational behavior, organizational culture and leadership. She also serves on many campus committees. Barbara is a certified mediator, has contributed articles and cases to several books and taught in China, England, Malaysia, Singapore, Canada and Nicaragua. She has been involved in fundraising and building the Ronald McDonald House of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Children’s Health Foundation and Children’s Hospital Foundation.
After studying at University of Oklahoma and University of Central Oklahoma, Barbara began her teaching career at Oklahoma City University. She retired as Management Chair emeritus from the Meinders School of Business in 2014. She enjoyed teaching at OCU for over twenty-five years as well as short-term assignments in China, England, Malaysia, Singapore, Canada and Nicaragua.
As a community volunteer, Barbara was involved in fundraising and building of the Ronald McDonald House of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Children’s Health Foundation, and The Untitled Gallery.
Dr. Crandall specializes in organizational behavior, and organizational communication. She taught organizational behavior and is a certified mediator. Crandall has contributed articles and cases to several books and has consulted with such organizations as Veterans Hospital of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations, Oklahoma State Police Academy, Tinker Credit Union, Coors Brewing Co. and Johns Manville Corporation.
Post Doctoral, Business Administration, University of Oklahoma
Ph.D., Communication/Management, University of Oklahoma
M.A., Education/Psychology, University of Central Oklahoma