Current affiliation: Northeastern UniversitySubject: Business & ManagementPrimary location: United States
Published in:Journal of Organizational Change ManagementPublication date:2012-02-10
This article reveals some critical insights for managers who have struggled with the leadership necessary to effect participatory change. In it, ...
Published in:Development in Learning Organizations An International JournalPublication date:2011-08-23
Practitioners in the development and learning field already know the value of work‐based learning for learning purposes, but in this article, it is...
Published in:Management LearningPublication date:1994-06-01
A New Paradigm for Advanced Management Education-How Knowledge Merges with Experience
Published in:Human RelationsPublication date:1980-01-01
This paper seeks to broaden our understanding of interorganizational phenomena by focusing on the mandated basis of interorganizational relations, ...
Published in:Journal of Organizational BehaviorPublication date:1994-11-01
Published in:Journal of Organizational BehaviorPublication date:1989-04-01
Published in:Journal of Vocational BehaviorPublication date:1981-12-01
Published in:LeadershipPublication date:2011-05-01
Consistent with views that see leadership emerging from social practices rather than from the external mind, this paper contributes to an emerging ...
Published in:OrganizationPublication date:2012-09-21
In this article a new role for managers is advocated to create conditions for genuine collaborative engagement in 21st Century organizations. The n...
Published in:Management LearningPublication date:2011-11-14
Can the teaching of leadership transform practice? What concepts and modalities are best suited to do so?
This article builds on Meyer and Land’s ...
Published in:2007 37th annual frontiers in education conference - global engineering: knowledge without borders, opportunities without passportsPublication date:2007-10-01
Northeastern University and the University of Wyoming are investigating whether the participation of sophomores (with particular attention to women...
Published in:The International Journal of Management EducationPublication date:2011-12-12
An experiential exercise is presented to align emotions education and practice with state-of-the-art emotions research. Starting with a contextuali...
Published in:Academy of Management Learning and EducationPublication date:2008-03-01
In this article, I depict the journal peer review process as a high-stakes game involving three parties: editor, reviewer, and author. In light of ...
Published in:Journal of Management EducationPublication date:1997-08-01
Published in:Journal of Management EducationPublication date:2006-10-01
Professional Education, Action Learning and Beyond
Published in:Academy of Management Learning and EducationPublication date:2007-12-01
Higher and post-experience education in many parts of the world has unfortunately overlooked what practice can contribute to our knowledge base dis...
Published in:Academy of Management Learning and EducationPublication date:2006-06-01
Evolving from action research are two of the most popular action technologies or strategies in use today, action learning and action science. Actio...
Published in:The SAGE Handbook of Management Learning, Education and DevelopmentPublication date:Not available
In this chapter, I hope to first locate action learning within the range of prevailing “action modalities” in management development that conceive ...
Published in:Business HorizonsPublication date:1993-05-01
Published in:Management LearningPublication date:2009-08-27
This article takes a whimsical look at the state of pedagogical delivery in management education over the last 40 years, and concludes that the lon...
Published in:The Journal of General EducationPublication date:2007-01-01
We are witness to a growing paradox in higher education ever since the recognition that one of
its primary purposes has become the advancement of p...
Published in:Higher Education Skills and Work-based LearningPublication date:2010-10-29
Although most U.S. institutions of higher education now make appreciable use of work-based learning options, their attention to experiential educat...
Published in:Group & Organization ManagementPublication date:2010-12-31
This paper has the aim of considering whether managerial control, no matter its form, has outlived its usefulness in post-bureaucratic society, and...
Published in:Action Learning Research and PracticePublication date:2006-04-01
In this account of practice, the authors introduce a variant of classic action learning, called developmental action learning or DAL. The DAL model...
Published in:Business HorizonsPublication date:1994-05-01
Published in:Action Learning Research and PracticePublication date:2009-03-01
This article begins with the presumption that action learning has not made as deep an impact in promoting participatory social change as its suppor...
Published in:Organizational DynamicsPublication date:1997-06-01
Published in:Human RelationsPublication date:1993-05-01
Published in:Journal of Workplace LearningPublication date:1998-12-01
Published in:Organization SciencePublication date:1997-12-01
Published in:New Directions for Teaching and LearningPublication date:2010-12-01
This is a chapter from the volume: Experiential Education: Making the Most of Learning Outside the Classroom, in which the author introduces the th...
Published in:Management LearningPublication date:2008-11-01
This paper takes up an important question that has puzzled learning theorists in the critical tradition, namely, are the dialogic practices of eman...
Published in:Management LearningPublication date:1999-06-01
Published in:Management LearningPublication date:2001-03-01
Published in:Journal of Occupational PsychologyPublication date:1985-09-01
Published in:Reflections The SoL JournalPublication date:2002-09-01
Published in:AcademePublication date:2003-01-01
Published in:College TeachingPublication date:1991-02-01
Published in:Organization Management JournalPublication date:2006-05-01
Published in:Academy of Management ExecutivePublication date:1987-08-01
Published in:Organizational DynamicsPublication date:2006-01-01
Published in:Human Resource ManagementPublication date:1985-01-01
Published in:Journal of Leadership & Organizational StudiesPublication date:2005-12-01
Published in:Academy of Management ExecutivePublication date:2004-08-01
Most leadership training that is being conducted in corporate offsites is ill-advised. I make this bold statement because the intent of most of thi...
Published in:IEEE Transactions on Engineering ManagementPublication date:1985-01-01
Published in:Academy of Management ExecutivePublication date:1987-02-01
Published in:Academy of Management ProceedingsPublication date:1984-08-01
Published in:Academy of Management ExecutivePublication date:1989-08-01
Published in:Business HorizonsPublication date:1990-03-01
Published in:The Academy of Management ReviewPublication date:1984-07-01
Published in:Journal of Library AdministrationPublication date:1985-04-23
Published in:Human RelationsPublication date:1986-12-01
Published in:Industrial Relations A Journal of Economy and SocietyPublication date:1982-03-01
Published in:Journal of Engineering EducationPublication date:2014-10-01
Gendered Effects on Undergraduate Retention
Longstanding data have established that women earn about 20% of undergraduate degrees in engineering. It has also been reported that women students...
Published in:Management Teaching ReviewPublication date:2016-03-01
This article makes the case that work-based learning is the most advantageous method to prepare people to assume mutual responsibility for leadersh...
Published in:LeadershipPublication date:2014-11-25
Fearing that our over-reliance on an individual, heroic model of leadership will only continue to dampen the energy and creativity of people in our...
Published in:LeadershipPublication date:2017-04-01
Published in:Not availablePublication date:1980-12-01
Published in:Organizational DynamicsPublication date:2016-04-01
This article explores the mythology of leadership as residing in particular individuals. It argues that given the complex requirements of 21st Cent...
Published in:Journal of General ManagementPublication date:1992-03-01
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2014-01-01
Emerging complexities have arisen regarding leadership, leadership studies and leadership development requiring new approaches and new styles of or...
Published in:Management Research NewsPublication date:1991-07-01
Published in:2016 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition ProceedingsPublication date:Not available
This study expands on the findings from an NSF funded study entitled “Pathways to Self-Efficacy and Retention of Women in Undergraduate Engineering...
Published in:Academy of Management ProceedingsPublication date:1995-08-01
Published in:Academy of Management ProceedingsPublication date:2014-01-01
This symposium has been carefully designed to advance a new paradigm in the field of leadership studies, referred to as the “leadership-as-practice...
Published in:Action Learning Research and PracticePublication date:2015-05-04
The quest to find definitive answers about leadership has proved elusive. Leadership
defies a single definition – it changes with the situation, an...