TL Hill

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TL Hill

  • Fox School of Business and Management

    • Management

      • Professor of Instruction


TL Hill is Professor of Strategic Management at Temple University’s Fox School of Business. He serves as Managing Director of both the Translational Research Center and Fox Management Consulting. TL teaches highly experiential classes, including the MBA capstone, featuring live client projects (501 projects and counting!), the Fox Board Fellows nonprofit governance class, and community and executive education workshops. TL conducts theory-focused research on organization design and governance, social legitimacy and political risk and social networks in innovation, while also working on action research focused on experiential education, social impact, and the management of social ventures. TL is co-author of more than 35 peer-reviewed publications and commissioned reports and serves on the editorial board of the Academy of Management Review.

Courses Taught




SGM 3511

Doing Well by Doing Good: Where Innovation and Entrepreneurship Meet Social Impact


BA 5287

Fox MBA Capstone Experience


BA 5487

Capstone Project


BA 8100

Translational Business Research


BA 9683

Research Project I


BA 9783

Research Project II


BA 9883

Research Project III


SGM 5116

Non-Profit Governance: Preparing to Sit on a Board of Directors


Selected Publications


  • Blau, G., Hill, T., Nash, D., & Naumoff, N. (2023). Measuring competencies developed within an MBA capstone course and testing for group differences in perceived competencies for reporting career advancement behaviors. Journal of Education for Business, 98(6), 295-304. Informa UK Limited. doi: 10.1080/08832323.2022.2144988.

  • Blau, G., Hill, T., & Cannon, M. (2023). Course concept understanding and skill transfer as correlates of intent to recommend an experiential MBA non-profit governance course. Journal of Education for Business, 98(3), 117-125. Informa UK Limited. doi: 10.1080/08832323.2022.2063239.

  • Darendeli, I., Hill, T., Rajwani, T., & Cheng, Y. (2021). Surviving the Arab Spring: socially beneficial product portfolios and resilience to political shock. Multinational Business Review, 29(4), 522-544. doi: 10.1108/MBR-11-2019-0156.

  • Hill, T.L. & Mudambi, S. (2021). Surviving Populist Backlash: How Multinationals can Invest Locally to Thrive Globally. Fox Business Review, 1(1), 16-20.

  • Onuklu, A., Hill, T., Darendeli, I., & Genc, O. (2021). Poison or antidote: How subnational informal institutions exacerbate and ameliorate institutional voids. Journal of International Management, 27(1). doi: 10.1016/j.intman.2020.100806.

  • Blau, G., Hill, T., & Cannon, M. (2021). Exploring the relationships between nonprofit management education and career impact: Scale development and comparison. Journal of Education for Business, 96(1), 22-30. doi: 10.1080/08832323.2020.1738990.

  • Hill, T., Paris, D., Nash, D., & Blau, G. (2020). Live-Problem Project v. Client-Based Project: Which Is Most Effective for Perceived Learning of MBA-Level Marketing Concepts.? Journal of Education and Development, 4(3), 46. doi: 10.20849/jed.v4i3.806.

  • Meouloud, T., Mudambi, R., & Hill, T. (2019). The metropolitan effect: Colonial influence on the internationalization of francophone african firms. Management and Organization Review, 15(1), 31-33. doi: 10.1017/mor.2019.3.