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  1. Update on Leadership-as-Practice Research
  2. Refining the Ethics of Leadership-as-Practice
  3. Concluding Remarks to the Exchange on the Role of Ethics in Leadership-as-Practice
  4. Leadership-as-Practice and Organization Development
  5. Leadership-as-Practice: Antecedent to Leaderful Purpose
  6. Action learning and collective leadership
  7. In Leadership, Look to the Practices Not to the Individual
  8. Leadership-as-Practice and its Ethics
  9. Hierarchy’s subordination of democracy and how to outrank it
  10. Not Leader Development - Leadership-as-Practice Development
  11. Methodology for L-A-P
  12. Action learning and collective leadership
  13. Practicing leadership-as-practice in content and manner
  14. What are you afraid of: Collective leadership and its learning implications
  15. Leadership-as-practice: Theory and application—An editor’s reflection
  16. Leadership-as-Practice: Theory and Application An Editor's Reflection
  17. It's not about the leaders
  18. Work-Based (Not Classroom) Learning as the Apt Preparation for the Practice of Management
  19. Leadership-as-Practice: Theory and Application
  20. Introduction to leadership-as-practice
  21. Action learning and the new leadership as a practice
  22. Action Modes of Research
  23. Imagine There Are No Leaders!
  24. The Gendered Effect of Cooperative Education, Contextual Support, and Self-Efficacy on Undergraduate Retention
  25. Leadership Development and Practice
  26. Leadership-as-Practice: A New Move-ment in Leadership
  27. The Facilitator of Dialogue
  28. Dialogue and Organizational Change
  29. Updating the state-of-the-practice of emotions in management education: The integrated emotions exercise
  30. Threshold concepts and modalities
  31. Work‐based learning: how it changes leadership
  32. From leadership-as-practice to leaderful practice
  33. The End of Managerial Control?
  34. Threshold Concepts and Modalities for Teaching Leadership Practice
  35. The End of Managerial Control?
  36. Work‐based learning: Valuing practice as an educational event
  37. Work‐based learning in US higher education policy
  38. The Practice Turn-Away: Forty Years of Spoon-Feeding in Management Education
  39. Seeking conceptual clarity in the action modalities
  40. Action Learning and Related Modalities
  41. Emancipatory Discourse and Liberation
  42. Refereeing the Game of Peer Review
  43. Toward an Epistemology of Practice
  44. Cooperative education as a means to enhance self-efficacy among sophomores (with particular attention to women) in undergraduate engineering
  45. The Return of Practice to Higher Education: Resolution of a Paradox
  46. Developing Managers as Learners and Researchers: Using Action Learning and Action Research
  47. Does Action Learning Promote Collaborative Leadership?
  48. Teaching as Facilitation
  49. Developmental action learning: Toward collaborative change
  50. The Role of Facilitation in Praxis
  51. We the Leaders: In Order to Form a Leaderful Organization
  52. Don't bother putting leadership into people.
  53. Should Faculty Be "Managed"?
  54. The Myth of Charismatic Leaders
  55. "I Don't Have Time to Think!" versus the Art of Reflective Practice
  56. Public Reflection as the Basis of Learning
  57. Preface
  58. Work‐based learning in practice
  59. A Model of Work-Based Learning
  60. Individual and Situational Precursors of Successful Action Learning
  61. Action learning and action science: Are they different?
  63. Three scales of professional deviance within organizations
  64. New Look at Performance Appraisal for Scientists and Engineers
  65. Preface
  66. Whither Management Education?
  67. Espoused action: It's a matter of consistency
  68. Three Scales of Professional Deviance within Organizations
  69. Theory and practice: Their roles, relationship, and limitations in advanced management education
  70. The Persean Ethic: Consistency of Belief and Action in Managerial Practice
  71. Cross-Cultural Implications of Professional/Management Conflict
  73. Academic Freedom and Control
  74. Let's not teach management as if it were a profession
  75. An Anatomy of Autonomy: Managing Professionals
  76. Unionization and deprofessionalization: Which conies first?
  77. Professionalizing the Organization: Reducing Bureaucracy to Enhance Effectiveness.
  78. The Professional as the Executive's Ethical Aide-de-Camp
  79. The '60s Kids in the Corporation: More Than Just “Daydream Believers”
  80. An Analysis of Professional Deviance within Organizations
  81. Work patterns in the professional life‐cycle*
  82. "Prologue: The Dilemma of Autonomy vs. Control in the Management of Organizational Professionals"
  83. The basis for the professional's resistance to managerial control
  84. An Examination of Deviant⁄Adaptive Behaviors in the Organizational Careers of Professionals
  85. R&D project termination in high-tech industries
  86. An Analysis of the Work Patterns of Salaried Professionals Over Three Career Stages.
  87. An Examination of Deviant/Adaptive Behaviors in the Organizational Careers of Professionals
  88. An Examination of Deviant/Adaptive Behaviors in the Organizational Careers of Professionals
  89. When To Kill That R&D Project
  90. A Comparative Analysis of Female‐Male Early Youth Careers
  91. A comparative study of later work experience among full-time, part-time, and unemployed male youth
  92. Building a Career: The Effect of Initial Job Experiences and Related Work Attitudes on Later Employment
  93. A Mandated Basis of Interorganizational Relations: The Legal-Political Network
  94. The Effect of Cooperative Education on Retention of Engineering Students & the Transition to Full-Time Employment
  95. Action modes of research
  96. The Effect Of Cooperative Education On Self Efficacy Among Undergraduate Engineering Students