Kylie King
Kylie King
Affiliated with Business Administration, Management & Innovation

Kylie is an Assistant Professor of Business and Entrepreneurship. She is passionate about experiential learning, teamwork, design, and innovation and teaches courses on these topics.

Kylie earned a Ph.D. in Measurement, Statistics, and Evaluation from the University of Maryland, College Park. Her research interests include the study of entrepreneurial teams, methods for team selection and performance measurement, and the use of predictive analytics in human resource management.

In her free time, Kylie enjoys swimming, biking, running, competing in triathlons, trying new recipes and restaurants, and spending time with her husband, Jason, and their son, Lyle.

Previously, Kylie directed and taught in a multidisciplinary honors program for undergraduate students at the University of Maryland, College Park. 

Recent Works

King, K.G. (2017). The impact of within-team variance on transactive memory system development and team performance. Team Performance Management: An International Journal, 23(3), 124-135.

King, K.G. (2017). Measuring teamwork and team performance in collaborative work environments. Evidence-based HRM: a Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship, 5(2), 196-205.

Draper, J., & King, K. (2017). Citizenship rubric. In S. R. Komives, W. Wagner, & Associates, Leadership for a better world: Understanding the social change model of leadership development (2nd ed.; pp. 193). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

King, K. G. (2016). Data Analytics in Human Resources: A Case Study and Critical Review. Human Resource Development Review, 15(4), 487-495.

Champlain Insight

Champlain College is a wonderful community of intelligent, energetic, and intellectually curious students, faculty, and staff. It is exciting to teach at such an entrepreneurial and innovative institution. Champlain is positioned to be a thought-leader in the areas of experiential learning and continuous improvement, two tenets of the educational experience here at Champlain that will become increasingly important in higher education in the years to come.