Tim Quigley is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management at the University of Georgia. His research is focused on CEO’s, top executives, and managerial discretion. More specifically, Tim’s interests lie in understanding how and when CEOs and other top executives impact organizational outcomes, the causes and outcomes of CEO succession, and how these have changed over the course of time. Tim received his Ph.D. in Strategic Management from Penn State University, is treasurer for the RM division of the Academy of Management, and has twice won an outstanding reviewer award for Strategic Management Journal. Prior to pursuing his Ph.D., Tim worked in non-profit, publishing, and technology-related positions including several years on the management team of an internet consulting firm in Philadelphia.