Bachelor, College Idaho, 1950; Master of Business Administration, University of Chicago, 1955; Doctor of Philosophy, University of Chicago, 1960.
Assistant director, assistant professor business Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, 1960-1970; associate director, associate professor, University of Chicago, 1970-1974; director, professor, University of Chicago, 1974-1984; visiting professor, Rikkyo U., Tokyo, 1985; visiting fellow Merton College, Oxford (England) University, 1986; chair, professor business, economics division, Albertson College Idaho, Caldwell, since 1987. Vice president Human Resources Research Cons., Chicago, 1980-1987.
Chairman Episcopal Commision on Higher Education, Chicago, 1970-1980, management committee United Way Chicago, 1982-1985. First lieutenant United States Army, 1950-1953, Korea. Member International House Japan, International Industrial Relations Research Association, Academy Management, Rotary.
Married Joan Laurie Penoyer, June 1, 1952. Children: Steven Mark, Kevin James.