Matthew Diabes' teaching connects practitioners to contemporary organization science by teaching evidence-based strategies to (future) managers. His teaching interests include (but are not limited to) organizational behavior, management of teams, negotiations, self- and employee-development, and organizational and cultural change.

Diabes currently instructs the following undergraduate course:

  • "Negotiation and Conflict Resolution" (Spring, 2020) (Evaluation: TBD)

Diabes has instructed the following undergraduate course:

  • "Organizational Behavior" (Summer, 2019) (Evaluation: 4.86 / 5.00)

Selected anonymous student remarks from course evaluation:

    • "This course was great. It inspired me to research more on my own and made me very interested in how I work within teams and how I can behave in my first internship (and future ones as well)."
    • "Professor Diabes succeeded in making the classroom environment both professional and comfortable. I felt comfortable asking questions, and he always welcomed more questions. I'm so glad I took this course."

In addition, he has assisted the instruction of the following MBA courses as a teaching assistant:

  • "Developing Star Performers" (Spring, 2019)
  • "Organizational Behavior" (Spring, 2019)
  • "Negotiations" (Fall, 2018)
  • "Customer-Driven Strategies and Services" (Fall, 2018)
  • "Organizational Behavior" (Fall, 2018)
  • "Organizational Change" (Summer, 2018)
  • "Developing Star Performers" (Spring, 2018)
  • "Managing Networks and Organizations" (Spring, 2018)
  • "Negotiations" (Spring, 2018)
  • "Competitive Strategy" (Spring, 2018)