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William C. Haeberle, MBA

Lecturer
Division of Business
CC Room 135

PHONE: 812.348.7268
E-MAIL: bihaeber@iupuc.edu

Biographical Statement

My primary interest in business is on integration: how all the parts of a business fit together to create a successful enterprise with a focus on the integration of strategy, finance, marketing, and production. I also specialize in the area of personal finance, including creating and maintaining healthy finances and accumulating wealth.

Education

  • M.B.A., Major-Management, Indiana University Bloomington, Kelley School of Business
  • B.S., Major-Finance, Minors-Accounting and Economics, Indiana University Bloomington, Kelley School of Business

Professional Activities

  • IU Trustee Lecturer in Business, IUPUI Columbus, August 2002 to present
  • Adjunct Lecturer in Business, IUPUI Columbus, August 2001 to July 2002
  • Adjunct Lecturer in Design Technology, Ivy Tech State College, January 2002 to December 2004
  • Instructor, National Entrepreneurship Foundation, January 1983 to August 1986

Courses Taught

  • BUS-A 202 Managerial Accounting (9 sections)
  • BUS-F 151 Collegiate Personal Finance (1 section)
  • BUS-F 255 Personal Financial Decision Making (9 sections)
  • BUS-F 260 Personal Finance (8 sections)
  • BUS-F 301 Introduction to Financial Management (1 section)
  • INTG-I 300 The Culture of Business, Money and Power in the U.S. (3 sections)
  • BUS-J 401 Administrative Policy, senior capstone course (3 sections)
  • BUS-M 300 Introduction to Marketing (1 section)
  • MBA Module 4 Analysis and Decision Making, lead instructor (3 sections)
  • BUS-P 301 Operations Management (25 sections)
  • BUCO-P 501 Operations Management for MBAs (5 sections)
  • BUS-W 200 Business Management (1 section)
  • BUS-W 211 Contemporary Entrepreneurship (1 section)
  • BUS-W 311 New Venture Creation (4 sections)
  • BUS-W 490 Independent Study in Business
  • BUS-X 100 Introduction to Business Administration (49 sections)
  • BUS-X 103 Learning Community: Introduction to Business (3 sections)
  • BUS-X 390 Integrative Experience (7 sections)

Administrative & Service Responsibilities

I chair the Undergraduate Policy and Curriculum Committee for the Division of Business and serve as a member of the General Studies Faculty Advisory Committee and the Faculty Annual Review Committee for the Division of Business.

Research Activities

  • The integration of the functional (finance, marketing, production) areas of business currently receives most of my research attention.

Awards & Activities

  • Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award, 2011
  • Outstanding Full-Time Faculty Teaching Award, 2009
  • Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award, 2008

Grants

  • INTG I300 Integrator Course Development Grant; $2,500; summer 2003, Judy Spector and I split a $5,000 grant for developing I300.
  • C4, Indiana Department of Education; $750; summer 2004, I collaborated with Becky Green, Head of the Business Department, Columbus East High School, Columbus, Indiana to develop teaching scenarios between the high school and the university.
  • Lecturer’s Development Grant, IUPUI; $5,000; summer 2007, I received a grant from IUPUI to develop the teaching method of advanced business simulations.
  • Jump Start Development Grant, IUPUI and IUPUC; $6,000; summer 2008, I was a member of the Jump Start cohort for 2008 at the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning. My project was developing a hybrid online X100 Introduction to Business course that I delivered in the fall 2008 semester. IUPUI received 40 applications from the faculty. My application was one of 9 applications that were accepted into the Jump Start program. Beginning with the spring 2009 semester, all of the X100 Introduction to Business sections at IUPUC have used the hybrid online format.
  • Common Theme Project grant, IUPUI; $500; academic year 2009-10; this grant helps to support my participation in the IUPUI Common Theme Project.

Publications

  • How a Business Works–What Every Businessperson, Citizen, Consumer, and Employee Needs to Know About Business, Author House (2008), is my first published boo. The book is used as the textbook for X100 Introduction to Business. Over 1,000 students have used the book as the course textbook for X100. Book reviews can be seen at amazon.com
  • Live Better, Spend Less, and Save More–Spending and Saving: How to Get Credit and Your Money to Work for You, Author House (2009). ISBN: 978-1-4389-8055-3 (Softcover), 978-1-4389-8056-0 (Hardcover), 978-1-4389-8057-7 (eBook). This book is used as the course textbook for F255 Personal Financial Decision Making. Book reviews can be seen at amazon.com
  • “Personal Finance and Owning a Business,” Matthew R. Rotert (senior business major), Lisa L. Young (senior business major), and William C. Haeberle; “Business Connections” newspaper (2008)
  • “Teach Your Kids to Manage Money like a Millionaire,” RaNae Shoaf (senior business major) and William C. Haeberle; “Business Connections” newspaper (2008)
  • “The 80/20 Principle or How to Get More Done with Less” by Keeton Carman (senior business major), RaNae Shoaf (senior business major) and William C. Haeberle; “Business Connections” newspaper (2008)
  • “Stop Running Your Business and Begin Owning It” by Zachary S. Carson (senior business major) and William C. Haeberle; “Business Connections” newspaper (2008)
  • “A Framework for Managing Change” by Hannah Bolte (senior business major) and William C. Haeberle; “Business Connections” newspaper (2008)
  • “Designing a Web Site” by Jon Thompson (junior business major) and William C. Haeberle; “Business Connections” newspaper (2008)
  • “Business Goals” by William C. Haeberle, “Business Connections” newspaper (2007)
  • “The Importance of Margin and Asset Velocity in Producing a Favorable Return on Assets for Your Business” by William C. Haeberle, “Business Connections” newspaper, a division of the “Republic” newspaper (2009)
  • “Why a Business Owner/Manager Should Focus on Asset Velocity as Well as Margin” by William C. Haeberle, “Business Connections” newspaper, a division of the “Republic” newspaper (2009)
  • “Why It Is Important for a Company’s Return on Assets to Exceed Its Cost of Capital” by William C. Haeberle, “Business Connections” newspaper, a division of the “Republic” newspaper (2009)
  • “How to Determine How Much a Business Is Really Worth to the Owner – a Financial Perspective” by William C. Haeberle, “Business Connections” newspaper, a division of the “Republic” newspaper (2009)
  • “The Marketing Mix – The Controllable Variables” by William C. Haeberle, “Business Connections” newspaper, a division of the “Republic” newspaper (2009)
  • “The Environmental Factors – The Uncontrollable Variables” by William C. Haeberle, “Business Connections” newspaper, a division of the “Republic” newspaper (2009)

Civic Engagement

I serve as a pro bono personal finance adviser and small business consultant for IUPUC students, faculty, and staff.

Additional Content

  • William C. Haeberle Company, LLC; 8/02 to present; Owner; I provide consulting services in the areas of owner-managed businesses and business startups, and personal finance for individuals. 
  • Indiana Petroleum Trust; 1995 to present; Co-Trustee; manage a trust that owns and operates oil producing properties and drills new wells. My focus is field operations and finding new oil properties to develop.