Teaching Associate Professor, Economics and Business
Associate Director, Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Sid Hanna Saleh is a teaching associate professor in the Division of Economics and Business at Colorado School of Mines. He is also Associate Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. His research and teaching focus on collaborative creativity in the context of constraints.
PhD, Technology, Media & Society, The University of Colorado Boulder
BSc, Mathematics, The University of Houston
AREAS OF APPLICATION
Collaborative creativity and constraints
EBGN 360 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
EBGN 460 New Business Model Development
EBGN 566 Technology Entrepreneurship | Hacking for Defense (H4D)
EBGN 576 Managing and Marketing New Product Development
EBGN 577 Leading and Managing High Performing Teams
Nickoloff Entrepreneurship & Innovation Faculty Fellows Boot Camp
Designed and developed Change the World course series
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Saleh, S.H., Foo, M.D. The Role of Time Pressure and Organizational Rules in Promoting Collaborative Creativity. Academy of Management Conference Proceedings, Chicago, IL, August 2018.
Saleh, S.H., Foo, M.D. The Role of Time Pressure and Organizational Rules in Promoting Collaborative Creativity. Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL, August 2018.
Saleh, S.H. & Hunt, R.A. How Entrepreneurs Use Heuristics and Biases to Make Decisions That Require Creativity. European Academy of Management Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 2018.
Saleh, S.H., Hekman, D.R., Foo, M.D., Chan, E. Triggering Group Creativity: The Counterintuitive Benefits of Workload Pressure. Presented to the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 30th Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. April 2015.
Saleh, S.H., Foo, M.D., Hekman, D.R. Mentor or Tormentor: How Mentors Impact Entrepreneurs’ Creative Performance. Presented to the Annual Sustainability, Ethics and Entrepreneurship (SEE) Conference, Denver, CO, May 2015.
Saleh, S.H., Foo, M.D., Hekman, D.R. Mentor or Tormentor: How Mentors Impact Entrepreneurs’ Creative Performance. Accepted for presentation at the Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Wellesley, MA, June 2015.