Greg Reilly, Ph.D.

University of Connecticut
Assistant Professor of Management

Greg Reilly is Assistant Professor of Management at the University of Connecticut School of Business. Professor Reilly currently teaches Strategy, Planning and Policy in the MBA program, has served as part of the faculty for the University of Michigan Business School executive education course – Corporate Performance Measurement, and has spoken at performance measurement conferences and workshops around the country. Professor Reilly’s research activities are focused on strategic risk-taking, executive team goals and incentive compensation, and financial decision-making. His research is currently exploring these issues in the healthcare and electric power industries and he has authored both academic and practitioner articles on these subjects. Professor Reilly provides strategy development and performance measurement consulting services to a broad range of organizations. His consulting work supports the further development of the Measure Network, a framework and process for analyzing, assessing and improving performance measurement systems. The framework provides structure and insight into complex measurement systems. Professor Reilly earned his Ph.D. in Corporate Strategy at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He earned both his MBA, concentrating in Finance and Accounting, and his BA in Mathematics from The University of Michigan.

Faculty for Finance, 2009 – present
Faculty for Applying Finance, 2009