Professor of the Practice, Department of Human and Organizational Development
Research: Professor Carlone’s research interests lie at the intersection of human communication, organization theory, and power/politics. He studies the communicative and cultural foundations for, and implications of, new economy forms of organization and work, such as flat and team-based organizations. Recently, he has focused on the representation and practice of communication in service and knowledge intensive work, and the forms of social and economic value that stem from the circulation of communication within such work.
Teaching: Professor Carlone’s current teaching responsibilities lie with HOD core courses. He has experience teaching service-learning courses and working with community partners to ensure robust learning experiences for students.