• Phone: 617-353-4281
  • E-Mail:  ffoulkes@bu.edu
  • Website: http://www.bu.edu/HRPI
  • Office: 550
  • Office Hours:
    Thur. 01:00PM - 04:00AM
  • Address: Boston University Questrom School of Business
    595 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston, MA 02215

Profile Summary

Principal publications include: Creating More Meaningful Work (The American Management Association); Casebook on Church and Society (with Keith Bridston, Ann D. Meyers and Louis Weeks, Abington Press); Personnel Policies in Large Nonunion Companies (Prentice-Hall); Human Resources Management: Cases and Text (with E.R. Livernash, Prentice-Hall); Employee Benefits Handbook (editor and contributing author Warren, Gorham & Lamont); Strategic Human Resources Management: A Guide for Effective Practice (Prentice-Hall), Human Resources Management: Readings (Prentice-Hall) and Executive Compensation: A Strategic Guide for the 1990s (Harvard Business School Press). Professor Foulkes has also written numerous articles, including five published in the Harvard Business Review, and has developed over 160 case studies. Professor Foulkes is the founder and director of the Human Resources Policy Institute. The Institute is a partnership between Boston University's School of Management faculty and senior human resources executives. Its members include the heads of human resources for over 45 large, global companies, including Colgate-Palmolive, CVS, EMC, Fidelity, HP, IBM, P&G, and Raytheon.

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    DBA, Harvard Business School, 1968.

    MBA, Harvard Business School, 1965.

    AB, Princeton University, Economics, magna cum laude, 1963.

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    Book Chapters:

      Foulkes, F., (1974). in Special Report on Job Boredom : Compton Yearbook Encyclopedia.

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    Invited Lectures:

      Foulkes, F. K., (Moderator), Hot Topics in Compensation: Implications for the Proxy Season, NACD New England Chapter, Newton, MA. (December 10, 2013).

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    Panera Bread (2006-present) Wheelock College (2011-present) National Academy of Human Resources Foundation (2010-present)

    Trustee, Wheelock College 2011 to Present Pro Bono