Professor of Quantitative Management
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 1967
M.B.A., Southern Methodist University, 1959
B.B.A., Southern Methodist University, 1958
Charles N. Weaver, Ph.D., has taught business statistics, marketing and management for more than 40 years at St. Mary’s University. He has written more than 200 journal articles and convention papers mainly on minorities and worker attitudes. His research has appeared in “Academy of Management Journal,” “Monthly Labor Review,” “Texas Business Review,” “Quality Progress,” “California Management Review,” “Journal of Retailing,” and “Personnel Psychology,” “Personnel,” “The Personnel Administrator,” “Public Opinion Quarterly,” “Psychology Today,” “Sociology and Social Research,” “Social Forces,” “Phylon,” “Journal of Marriage and the Family,” “Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences,” and “Journal of Applied SocialÂ Psychology.”
Weaver has been a consultant for organizations in many industries including fast food, supermarkets, home building, automobile manufacturers and dealerships, newspaper, city governments, military (U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy, Corps of Engineers), pharmaceutical, cafeterias, banks, land developers, and advertising agencies. He currently limits his consulting to hospitals.
Weaver has published two books, TQM: A Step-by-Step Guide to Implementation and Managing the Four Stages of TQM: How to Achieve World-Class Quality.