University of Southern California

Doug Andrews
Professor of Clinical Management Communication

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

Phone: 
213-821-2393
Education: 
PhD, Northwestern University; MA, BA, Texas Tech University

Overview

Doug Andrews specializes in accounting-environment communication issues, writes about those issues in accounting journals, and helps corporate clients (IBM, KPMG, PwC, Exxon, Deloitte, Chevron, GE, Mars, SEIU) and smaller firms. His teaching, research, and consulting sensibilities are tempered by a range of experiences: two and a half years as Associate Dean of Marshall's undergraduate business program, 17 years as department chair, 30+ years of classroom teaching, four Vietnam-era years in Special Forces, four years as a truck driver and bowler, three summers on a Midwestern crop harvesting team, eight years as a sales specialist for a publisher, and a PhD from Northwestern.

Research

A Holistic Analysis of Japanese and American Business Negotiations 1987
Teleconferencing: Applications for Business 1987
Measuring Conceptual Complexity: A Content-Analytical Model Using the Federal Income Tax Laws 1986
Effective Writing 1984
How Effective Does the 'New' Accountant Communicate? Perceptions by Practitioners and Academics 1984
Improving the Publications for ABCA 1983
Managing Organizational Communication 1983
Readability in the Adult Reader 1983
Revision Techniques for Accountants: Means for More Effective and Efficient Written Communication II 1983
Revision Techniques for Accountants: Means for More Effective and Efficient Written Communication 1981
Sale of Loss Assets in a Section 337 Liquidation 1979
Communication Difficulties as Perceived by Accountants and the Accounting Profession 1978