Scott Bryant, Ph.D.

member emotional intelligence consortium

Affiliation: Montana State University


Scott Bryant currently serves as the Executive Director of the Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship and as a Professor of Management at Montana State University. He received his Ph.D. in management and organizations from the University of Oregon in 2002. He has a BA (1990) and an MBA (1998) from Seattle Pacific University.

He worked for several years in a small advertising agency and a technology startup in Seattle, spent a year in Poland teaching English, and worked as an admissions officer for nearly five years at SPU. His experience with technology companies in the Seattle area has prompted an interest in researching how high-tech, entrepreneurial firms manage knowledge to create sustainable competitive advantages. He has conducted research projects at Microsoft, Nike, Planar and published articles in leading management journals.

Scott’s recent research has focused on Emotional Intelligence with an active research stream in this area. He coauthored a recent paper on EI and stress in college students and has several working papers under way. In addition, he has led several seminars on EI and integrates this important topic into classes on personality, conflict and decision making.









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