About Dr. Springfield
An executive professional with more than twenty-four years of industry experience building organizational capability. Has a demonstrated leadership style that facilitates performance from all levels within an organization and an aptitude to develop and implement high yield strategic plans which focus on growth.
Lecturer in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University. Received his Bachelor of Science (1984) and Master of Agriculture (1988) in Agricultural Economics, and Ph.D. (2008) in Agricultural Education, all from Texas A&M University.
Areas of Interest:
Management of small to medium size agribusinesses; change management; diffusion of innovation; agribusiness marketing; edu-marketing; agribusiness sales training; ranch management.
Springfield, H. (2008), Feed and farm supply store managers’ perceptions of employee training as a contributor to competitive advantage. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
Goodwin Jr., H.L., Capps Jr., O. Watkins, S., Eagleson, C., Karges, K., Springfield, C., & Shearer, N. (2016, March 07). Poultry diets compared for gross margin improvement. Feedstuffs, 88(03), 20-21.
Capps Jr., O., Goodwin Jr., H.L., Burns, L., Karges, K., Springfield, C., & Shearer, N. (2015, April 04). Value of feed ingredient characteristics evaluated. Feedstuffs. 88(04), 34-35.