Recent Research Publications

James Bailey

Books

Clegg, S.R. & Bailey, J.R. (Eds.). (2007). International encyclopedia of organization studies, Volumes 1, 2 & 3. London: Sage.

Kessler, E. & Bailey, J.R. (Eds.). (2007). Handbook of managerial and organizational wisdom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [Most Promising New Management Book, European Academy of Management, 2006]

Articles

Seal, C., Bailey, J.R. & Boyatzis, R. (2007). “Fostering emotional intelligence in organizations.” Organization Management Journal.

Bailey, J.R. & Lewicki, R. J. (2007).  “The Scientist and the sage.”  BizEd, July-August, pp. 32-36.

Bailey, J.R., Sass, M., Swiercz, P., Seal, C. & Kayes, D.C. (2005). “Teaching with and through teams: Student written, instructor facilitated case writing and the Signatory Code.” Journal of Management Education, 29, pp. 39-59.

Offerman, L., Bailey, J.R., Vasilopoulos, N.L., Seal, C. & Sass, M. (2004). “The relative contribution of emotional competence and cognitive ability to individual and team performance.” Human Performance, 17, pp. 219-243.

Bailey, J.R. (2003). “Walter Nord as intellectual and pedagogical hero.” Academy of Management Learning and Education, 2, pp. 378-384.

Bailey, J.R. & Axelrod, R. (2001). “Leadership lessons from Mount Rushmore: James MacGregor Burns.” Leadership Quarterly, 12, pp.113-120. [Invited]

Wiesenfeld, B.M., Brockner, J., Petzall, B., Wolf, R., & Bailey, J. (2001). “Stress and coping among layoff survivors: A self-affirmation analysis.” Anxiety, Stress, and Coping: An International Journal, 14, pp. 15-34.

Kressel, K., Bailey, J.R. & Forman, S. (1999). “Psychological consultation in higher education: Lessons from a university faculty development center.” Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 10, pp. 51-82.

Christensen, E.W. & Bailey, J.R. (1998). “Task performance using the library and Internet to acquire business intelligence.” Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy, 8, pp. 290-302. [Award for Excellence, Literati Club, 1999]

Bailey, J.R. & Eastman, W.N. (1998). “Mediation in moderation.” Organization Science, 9, p. 250. [Response to commentary]

Eastman, W.N. & Bailey, J.R. (1998). “Reconciling the fact-value antinomy: Patterns in legal and managerial rhetoric, 1880-1980.” Organization Science, 9, pp. 232-245. [Target article: Editor solicited commentary]

Bailey, J.R. (1997). “Need for cognition and response mode in the active construction of an information domain.” Journal of Economic Psychology, 18, pp. 69-85.

Bailey, J.R., Chen, C., & Dou, S-G. (1997). “Conceptions of the self and performance related feedback in Japan, China, and the U.S.” Journal of International Business Studies, 28, pp. 605-625.

Bailey, J.R., Langdana, F.K., Rotonda, P.D., & Ryan, J.C. (1997). “A factor analytic study of teaching methods that influence retention among MBAs.” Journal of Education for Business, 72, pp. 297-302.

Bailey, J.R., Saparito, P., Kressel, K., Christensen, E.W., & Hooijberg, R. (1997). “A Model for Reflective Pedagogy.” Journal of Management Education, 21, pp. 155-167. [Citation for Excellence in Research, Anbar Management Intelligence, 1998; Nominated for Fritz Roethlisberger Memorial Award for Best Paper, 1998]

Christensen, E.W. & Bailey, J.R. (1997). “A source accessibility effect on media selection.” Management Communications Quarterly, 10, pp. 373-387.

Bailey, J.R. (1996). “Theater and the laboratory enterprise.” Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 11, pp. 793-804.

Bailey, J.R. & Eastman, W.N. (1996). “Tensions between science and service in organizational scholarship.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 32, pp. 350-355. [Introduction to Special Issue monograph]

Bailey, J.R. & Ford, C.M. (1996). “Management as science versus management as practice in post-graduate business education.” Business Strategy Review, 7, pp. 7-12.

Eastman, W.N. & Bailey, J.R. (1996). “Epistemology, action, and rhetoric: Past and present connections in organizational scholarship.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 32, pp. 455-461. [Conclusion to Special Issue monograph]

Kessler, E.H., Ford, C.M., & Bailey, J.R. (1996). “Object valence as a moderator of the framing effect on risk preference.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organizations, 30, pp. 241-256. [Abstracted in Economics Alert, March 1997]

Bailey, J.R. (1995). “Introducing organizational behavior: Demonstrating relevance, ethics, and science through compliance.” Journal of Management Education, 19, pp. 271-274.

Bailey, J.R. (1994). “Great individuals and their environments revisited: William James and contemporary leadership theory.” Journal of Leadership Studies, 1(4), pp. 28-36.

Bailey, J.R., & Eastman, W. (1994). “Positivism and the promise of the social sciences.” Theory and Psychology, 4, pp. 505-524.

Bailey, J.R., & Ford, C.M. (1994). “Of methods and metaphors: Theater and self-exploration in the laboratory.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 30, pp. 381-396. [Target article: Editor solicited two commentaries]

Bailey, J.R., & Ford, C.M. (1994b). “The mask and the mirror and the meaning of behavior.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 30, pp. 408-414. [Response to commentaries]

Eastman, W.N., & Bailey, J.R. (1994). “Examining the origins of management theory: Value divisions in the positivist program.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 30, pp. 313-328.

Yost, J.H., Strube, M.J., & Bailey, J.R. (1992). “The construction of the self: An evolutionary view.” Current Psychology: Research and Reviews, 11, 1, pp. 10-121.

Gibb, G.D., & Bailey, J.R. (1984). “Attitudes toward the equal rights amendment: An objective measurement tool.” Psychological Reports, 53, pp. 804-806.

Gibb, G.D., Bailey, J.R., Best, R.H., & Lambirth, T.T. (1983). “The measurement of the obsessive-compulsive personality.” Educational and Psychological Measurements, 43, pp. 1233-1238. [Reprinted in K. Corcoran & J. Fisher [Eds.] [1985], Measures for clinical practice. New York: Free Press.]

Gibb, G.D., Bailey, J.R., Lambirth, T.T., & Wilson, W.P. (1983). “Personality differences between high and low use video game users.” Journal of Psychology, 114, pp. 159-165.

Griffith, J.L., Voloschin, P., Gibb, G.D., & Bailey, J.R. (1983). “Differences in eye-hand-motor coordination of video game users and non-user.” Perceptual and Motor Skills, 57, pp. 155-158.

Book Chapters

Lewicki, R.L. & Bailey, J.R.  (in press).  “The relationship between scholarship and educational quality.” In S. Armstrong & C. Fukami (Eds.), Handbook of management education, learning and development.  Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage.

Lewicki, R.L. & Bailey, J.R.  (in press).  “Scholarly Outlets and Scholarly Identity: A Narrative of the Founding of the Academy of Management Learning & Education.”  In C. Wankel & R. DeFillippi (Eds.), Being and becoming a management education scholar. Information Age Publishing.

Clegg, S.R. & Bailey, J.R. (2007).  “The emergence of organizational science.”  In S. R. Clegg & J.R. Bailey (Eds.), International encyclopedia of organization studies, Volumes 1-4.  Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage.

Kessler, E. & Bailey, J.R. (2007).  “Understanding, applying, and developing organizational and managerial wisdom.”  In E. Kessler & J. R.Bailey (Eds.), Handbook of managerial and organizational wisdom (pp. xv-lxxiv). Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage.

Bailey, J.R. & Ford, C.M. (2003). “Innovation and evolution: Managing tensions within and between the domains of theory and practice.” In L. Shavinina & R. Sternberg (Eds.), International handbook on innovation, pp. 248-257. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.

Bailey, J.R., & Bailey, F.E. (1995). Creativity through self-appraisal. In C. M. Ford & D. A. Gioia (Eds.), Creative action in organizations: Ivory-tower visions and real-world voices (pp. 290-296). Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage.

Bailey, J.R., Strube, M. J., Yost, J.H., & Merbaum, M. (1994). “Proactive self-appraisal in the organization.” In R. H. Kilmann, I. Kilmann & Associates (Eds.), Managing ego energy: The transformation of personal meaning into organizational success (pp. 128-148). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. [Refereed: Best Paper Award from 1992 Program in Corporate Culture]

Strube, M.J., Yost, J.H., & Bailey, J.R. (1993). “William James and contemporary research on the self: The potential influence of pragmatism, reality and truth.” In M. E. Donnelly (Ed.), Reinterpreting the legacy of William James (pp. 189-208). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association Press. [Refereed: Best Paper Award from 1990 APA Centennial Celebration of William James]

N. Sharon Hill

Refereed Journal Articles

Latham, A. & Hill, N.S. (Forthcoming). “Preference for anonymous classroom participation: Linking student characteristics and reactions to electronic response systems.” Journal of Management Education.

Hill, N.S., Seo, M., Kang, J., & Taylor, M.S. (2012). “Building employee commitment to change across organizational levels: The influence of hierarchical distance and direct managers’ transformational leadership.” Organizational Science, 23(3), pp. 758-777.

Seo, M., Taylor, M.S., Hill, N.S., Zhang, X.M., Tesluk, P.E., & Lorinkova, N. (2012). “The role of affect and leadership during radical organizational change.” Personnel Psychology, 65(1), pp. 121-165.

Hill, N. S., Bartol, K.M., Tesluk, P. E., & Langa, G.A. (2009). “Organizational context and face-to-face interaction: Influences on the development of trust and cooperation in computer-mediated groups.” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 108 (2), pp. 187-201.

Seo, M., & Hill, N.S. (2005). “Understanding the human side of merger and acquisition: An integrative framework.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 41(4), pp. 422-443.

Refereed Book Chapters

Hill, N.S. & Wouters, K. (2010). “Comparing apples and oranges: Toward a typology for assessing e-learning effectiveness.” In J. Martocchio (Ed.), Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management, Vol. 29. Bingley, U.K.: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Hill, N.S. (2005). “Leading together, working together: The role of team shared leadership in building collaborative capital in virtual teams.” In M. Beyerlein, S. Beyerlein, & F. Kennedy (Eds.), Collaborative Capital: Advances in Interdisciplinary Studies of Work Teams (Vol. 11, pp. 183-209). New York: Elsevier JAI.

Best Paper Conference Proceedings

Seo, M., Taylor, M.S., & Hill, N.S. (2007). “The role of affect and leadership during radical organizational change.” In George T. Solomon (Ed.) Best Paper Proceedings of the Sixty-Sixth Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643.

D. Christopher Kayes

Books

Elsbach, K., Kayes, A.B., & Kayes, D.C. under contract. Contemporary Organizational Behavior in Action. Prentice-Hall.

Kayes, D.C. The breakdown and rebuilding of learning in organizations. Oxford University Press.

Kayes, D.C., & Kayes, A.B. 2011. The Learning Advantage: The six practices of learning directed leaders. Palgrave-Macmillan.

Kayes, D.C. 2006. Destructive Goal Pursuit: The Mt. Everest Disaster. Palgrave- Macmillan

Kayes, D.C. 2008. O Desafio Da Lideranca: Aprendendo com o Desastre no Monte Everest. (Trans.) Cynthia Cortes de Barros e Azevedo. Sao Paulo, Brazil: Editora Novo Conceito.

Journal Articles

Ameli, P. & Kayes, D.C. 2011. “Triple-loop learning in a cross-sector partnership: The DC Central Kitchen partnership.” The Learning Organization, 18, 3, pp. 175-188.

Yamazaki, Y., & Kayes, D.C. 2010. “Learning and work satisfaction in Asia: A comparative study of Japanese, Chinese and Malaysian managers.” The International Journal of Human Resource Management. 21, 12, pp. 2271-2289.

Yamazaki, Y., & Kayes, D.C. 2007. “Expatriate learning: Exploring how Japanese managers adapt in the United States.” The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 18, 8, pp. 1373-1395.

Kayes, D.C. , Stirling, D., Neilsen, T. 2007. “Building Organizational Integrity.” Business Horizons, 50, 1, pp. 61-70.

Reprinted in “Social and Environmental Impact Network.” Social Impacts of Business eJournal. The Aspen Institute. July, 12, 2007

Reprinted in Dansk Indkobs og Logistik Forum.

Kayes, D.C. 2006. “From climbing stairs to riding waves: An overlapping waves approach to critical thinking in groups.” Small Group Research, 37, 6, pp. 612-630.

Kayes, D.C. 2006. “Organizational corruption as theodicy.” Journal of Business Ethics, 67, pp. 51-62.

Kayes, A.B., Kayes, D.C. , & Yamazaki, Y. 2006. “Transferring knowledge across cultures: A learning competencies approach.” Performance Improvement Quarterly, 18, 4, pp. 87-100.

Kayes, D.C. , Kayes, A.B., & Yamazaki, Y. 2005. “Essential competencies for cross-cultural knowledge absorption.” Journal of Managerial Psychology, 20, 7, pp. 578-589.

Reprinted in Essential competencies for cross-cultural knowledge absorption Absorption and Application of Management Knowledge, Gerhard Fink and Nigel Holden (ed.), Emerald Group Publishing.

Kayes, D.C. 2005. “Internal validity and reliability of Kolb’s Learning Style Inventory version 3” (1999). Journal of Business and Psychology, 20, 2, pp. 249-257.

Kayes, D.C. 2005. “The destructive pursuit of idealized goals.” Organizational Dynamics, 34, 4, pp. 391-401.
 [Awarded the most significant contribution to the practice of management in the field of Organizational Behavior, Organizational Behavior Division, Academy of Management. First Time Awarded, 2005.]

Kayes, A.B., Kayes, D.C. , & Kolb, D.A. 2005. “Experiential learning in teams.” Simulation & Gaming, 36, 3, pp. 330-354.

Kayes, A.B., Kayes, D.C. , & Kolb, D.A. 2005. “Developing teams using Kolb’s Team Learning Experience.” Simulation & Gaming, 36, 3, pp. 355-363.

Bailey, J., Sass, M., Swiercz, P.M., Seal, C., & Kayes. D.C. 2005. “Teaching with and through teams. Student-written, instructor-facilitated case writing and the signatory code.” Journal of Management Education, 29, 1, pp. 39-59.

Kayes, D.C. 2004. “The 1996 Mt. Everest climbing disaster: The breakdown of learning in teams.” Human Relations, 57, 10, pp. 1236-1284.  [Awarded best paper by editors, 2004
- Most downloaded article, 2005]

Yamazaki, Y., & Kayes, D.C. 2004. “An experiential approach to cross-cultural learning: A review and integration of success factors in expatriate adaptation.” Academy of Management Learning Education, 3, 4, pp. 354-379.  [Lead article, December 2004]

Kayes, D.C. & Kayes, A. B. 2003. “Management development ‘through the looking glass’: Management education gone awry.” Journal of Management Education, 27, 6, pp. 694-710.

Kayes, D.C. 2003. “Proximal team learning: Lessons from United Flight 93 on 9/11.” Organizational Dynamics, 32, 1, pp. 80-92.

Kayes, D.C. 2002. “Experiential learning and its critics: Preserving the role of experience in management learning and education.” Academy of Management Learning and Education, 1, 2, pp. 137-149.  [Nominated for Best Paper, AMLE 2002-2003
- Lead article for December 2002
- First accepted peer review article for journal]

Kayes, D.C. 2002. “Dilemma at 29,000 feet: An exercise in ethical decision-making based on the 1996 Mt. Everest disaster.” Journal of Management Education, 26, 3, pp. 307-321.

Druskat, V.U., & Kayes, D.C. 2000. “Learning versus performance in short term project teams.” Small Group Research, 31, 3, pp. 328-353.

Book Chapters

Allen, N., & Kayes, D.C. 2011. “Leadership development in dynamic and hazardous environment: Company Commander learning through Combat.” In Anne Mc Kee & Michael Eraut (Eds.). Learning Trajectories, innovation and identity for professional development. Series: Innovation and Change in Professional Education, Vol. 7. New York: Springer.

Kayes, D.C. 2009. “The problem with performance: Conditions for team learning.” In (Eds.) P. Kamur, P. Ramsey, & B. Mackie, Learning and Performance Matters. World Scientific Publishing Company.

Kayes, D.C. 2007. “Institutional barriers to experiential learning.” In (Eds.) M. Reynolds & R. Vince, Experiential Learning and Management Education. Oxford University Press.

Kayes, D.C., & Kayes, A.B. 2006. “Learning style composition in teams: Implications for assessment.” In (Eds.) Sims, R. & Sims, E. Learning Styles and Learning: A Key to Meeting the Accountability Demands in Education. Nova Press.

Kayes, D.C. 2004. “The limits and consequences of experience-absent reflection: Implications for learning and organizing.” In (Eds.), M. Reynolds & R. Vince, Organizing Reflection. Ashgate Publishing.

Kayes. D.C. 2002. “Conversational learning in organization and human resource development.” In A. Baker, P. Jensen & D. Kolb (Eds.), Conversational learning: An experiential approach to knowledge creation. Westport, Conn.: Quorum Books.

Kolb, A.  Baker, A., Jensen, P., & Kayes, D.C. 2002. “The practice of conversational learning in higher education.” In A. Baker, P. Jensen , & D. Kolb (Eds.), Conversational learning: An experiential approach to knowledge creation. Westport, Conn.: Quorum Books.

Kayes, D.C. 2002. “Sociological issues in human resource development.” In (Eds.), M. Marquardt, UNESCO-sponsored Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. Human Resources and Their Development.

Druskat, V.U., & Kayes, D. C. 1999. “he antecedents of team competence: Toward a fine-grained model of self-managing team effectiveness.” In (Eds.), M. Neale and E. Mannix, Research on Groups and Teams, Vol. 2. JAI Press: Greenwich, Conn.

Encyclopedia Entries

Kayes, A.B., & Kayes, D. C. 2007. “Learning.” In (Eds), J. Bailey & S. Clegg. International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies. Sage Publications.

Kayes, D.C.  & Raelin, J. 2007. Goal setting. In (Eds), J. Bailey & S. Clegg. International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies. Sage Publications.

Kayes, D.C., & Burnett, G. 2007. “Team learning.” In (Eds), J. Bailey & S. Clegg. International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies. Sage Publications.

Kayes, D.C. 2007. “Lacanian Psychoanalysis.” In (Eds), J. Bailey & S. Clegg. International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies. Sage Publications.

Bailey, J. , & Kayes, D. C. 2005. “Learning, individual.” In (Eds.), Nigel Nicholson, Pino G. Audia, & Madan M. Pillutla. The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management, 2nd Ed. Vol. XI. London: Blackwell, pp. 213-215.

Patrick McHugh

Articles:

McHugh, Patrick P. (2009). “Batter up, student on deck: The utility of Moneyball in management education.” Journal of Management Education, 33(2), pp.219-238.

Bodah, Matthew M., McHugh, Patrick P., and Yim, Seong J. (2008). “Employee involvement programs and collective bargaining: The role of labor relations climate.” Journal of Collective Negotiations, 32(3), pp. 245-260.

McHugh, Patrick P. (2007). “Collective Bargaining Context and Worker Attitudes: Comparing Team and Traditional Work Systems.” Journal of Labor Research 28, pp. 697-713.

Zgarrick, D.P., McHugh, P.P., Droege, M. (2006). “Prevalence of and interest in unionization among staff pharmacists.” Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2, pp. 329-346.

Park, H., McHugh, P.P., Bodah, M.M. (2006). “Revisiting General and Specific Union Beliefs: The Union-Voting Intentions of Professionals.” Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy & Society, 45(2), pp. 270-289.

McHugh, Patrick P., Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Joel, and Bridge, Diane L. (2005). “Examining Structure and Process in ESOP Firms.” Personnel Review, 34(3), pp. 277-293.

Kossek, E.E., Markel, K.S. and McHugh, P.P. (2003).  “Increasing Diversity as an HRM Change Strategy.” Journal of Organizational Change Management, 16(3), pp. 328-352.

McHugh, Patrick P. and Bodah, Matthew M. (2002). “Challenges to Professionalism and Union Voting Intentions: The Case of Pharmacists.” Journal of Labor Research, 23(4), pp. 659-671.

McHugh, Patrick P., Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Joel & Polzin, Michael. (1999). “Employee Stock Ownership Plans: Union Influence and Stakeholder Interests.” Economic and Industrial Democracy, 20(4), pp. 535-560.

McHugh, Patrick P. (1999). “Pharmacists’ Attitudes Regarding Quality of Worklife.” Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, 39(5), pp. 667-676.

Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Joel, McHugh, Patrick P. & Power, Donald (1996) “Collective Bargaining in Small Firms: Preliminary Evidence of Fundamental Change.”  Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 49(2), pp. 195-212.

McHugh, Patrick. P. (1995) “Tension Between U.S. Labor Law and Work Restructuring: A Focus on Team-Based Work Systems.”  Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 8(2), pp. 111- 132.

Reed, Celeste, Young, Willard R. & McHugh, Patrick P. (1994) “A Comparative Look at Dual Commitment: An International Study.” Human Relations, 47(10), pp. 1269-1293.

Book Chapters:

Graham, M.E. & McHugh, P.M. (in press). “Labor stakeholder views of HR professionals: Implications for graduate HR education.” In V. Scarpello (Ed.), A Collection of Thoughts on Human Resource Management Education in the United States. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Kozlowski, S.W.J., Gully, S.M., McHugh, P.P., Salas, E. & Cannon-Bowers, J.A. (1996).

“A Dynamic Theory of Leadership and Team Effectiveness: Developmental and Task Contingent Leader Roles.” In G.R. Ferris (Ed.), Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management (Vol. 14, pp. 253-305). Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press.

Elizabeth Mullen

Journal Articles

Adams, G.S., & Mullen, E. (2013). “Increased voting for candidates who compensate victims rather than punish perpetrators.” Social Justice Research, 26, pp. 168-192.

Jordan, J., Mullen, E. & Murnighan, J.K., (2011). “Striving for the moral self: The effects of recalling past moral actions on future moral behavior.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, pp. 701-713.

Mullen, E., & Skitka, L.J. (2009). “Comparing Americans’ and Ukrainians’ allocations of public assistance: The role of affective reactions in helping behavior.” Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 40, pp. 301-318.

Mullen, E., & Nadler, J. (2008). “Moral Spillovers: The effect of moral violations on deviant behavior.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44, pp. 1239 -1245.

Mullen, E., & Skitka, L.J. (2006). “Exploring the psychological underpinnings of the moral mandate effect: Motivated reasoning, group differentiation, or anger?” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90, pp. 629-643.

Book Chapters

Mullen, E., & Okimoto, T.G. (2013). “Compensatory Justice.” In M. Ambrose & R. Cropanzano (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Justice in Work Organizations.

Skitka, L.J., Bauman, C. W., & Mullen, E. (2008). “Morality and justice: An expanded theoretical perspective and empirical review.” In K. A. Hegtvedt and J. Clay-Warner (Eds.), Advances in Group Processes: Justice (Vol. 25, pp. 1-27). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

Mullen, E. (2007). “The reciprocal relationship between affect and perceptions of fairness.” In K. Tornblom & R. Vermunt (Eds.), Distributive and Procedural Justice: Research and Social Applications (pp. 15-37). Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate.

Lynn R. Offermann

Selected Publications

Offermann, L.R., & Matos, K. (2007). “Best practices in leading diverse organizations.” In J.A. Conger & R.E. Riggio (Eds.), The practice of leadership: Developing the next generation of leaders. (pp. 277-299). Jossey-Bass.

Earley, P.C., & Offermann, L.R. (2007). “Wisdom, culture, and organizations.” In E. H. Kessler & J. R. Bailey (Eds.), Handbook of Organizational and Managerial Wisdom, (pp. 295- 325). Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage.

Offermann, L.R. (2007). “Not your father’s business school….” Academy of Management Learning and Education. 6 (2), pp. 165-166.

Offermann, L.R., & Scuderi, N.F. (2006). “Sharing leadership: Who, what, when, and why.” In B. Shamir, M. Uhl-Bien, & R. Pillai (Eds), Follower-centric perspectives on leadership. (pp. 71-91). Information Age Publishing.

Offermann, L.R. (2006). “Team-based work.” In J. Greenhaus (Ed) Encyclopedia of Career Development, Sage.

Offermann, L.R. (2004). “When followers become toxic.”Harvard Business Review,January, pp 55-60.

Offermann, L.R., Bailey, J., Vasilopoulos, N.L., Seal, C., & Sass, M. (2004). “The relative contribution of emotional intelligence and cognitive abilities to individual and team performance.” Human Performance, 17, pp. 219-243.

Offermann, L.R. (2004). “Empowerment.” In J. M. Burns, G.R. Goethals, & G. Sorenson (Eds.)Encyclopedia of Leadership.(pp. 434-437) Berkshire Publishing Group/Sage.

Offermann, L.R. (2004). “Leader-follower relationships.” In J.M. Burns, G.R. Goethals, & G. Sorenson (Eds.)Encyclopedia of Leadership. Berkshire Publishing Group/Sage.

Offermann, L.R., & Malamut, A.B. (2002). “When leaders harass: The impact of target perceptions of organizational leadership and climate on harassment reporting and outcomes.” Journal of Applied Psychology, 87, pp. 885-893.

Offermann, L.R., & Phan, L.U. (2002). “Culturally intelligent leadership for a diverse world.” In R.E. Riggio, S.E. Murphy, & F.J. Pirozzolo (Eds.), Multiple intelligences and leadership. (pp. 187-214). Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. (Based on an invited address at Claremont Leadership symposium)

Malamut, A.B., & Offermann, L.R. (2001). “Coping with sexual harassment: Personal, environmental, and cognitive determinants.” Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, pp. 1152- 1166.

Offermann, L.R., & Spiros, R.J. (2001). “The science and practice of team development: Improving the link.” Academy of Management Journal, 44, pp. 376-392.

Offermann, L.R., Hanges, P.M., and Day, D.V. (2001). “Leaders, followers, and values: Progress and prospects for theory and research.” Leadership Quarterly, 12, pp. 129-131.

Hanges, P., Offermann, L.R., & Day, D. (2001)(Eds.), “Leaders, followers, and values.” Special issue of Leadership Quarterly, 12.

Offermann, L. R. (2000). “Leadership and followership 2000: Different faces, different places.” In B. Kellerman & L. Matusek (Eds.), Cutting Edge Leadership 2000. College Park, Md.: The James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership.

Offermann, L.R., Schroyer, C.J., & Green, S.K. (1998). “Leader attributions for subordinate performance: Consequences for leader interactive behaviors and ratings.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 28, pp. 1125-1139.

Ross, S.M., & Offermann, L.R. (1997). “Transformational leaders: Measurement of personality attributes and work group performance.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23, pp. 1078-1086.

Hollander, E.P. & Offermann, L.R. (1997). (Eds.) The balance of leadership and followership. Battle Creek, Mich.: Kellogg Leadership Studies Project, Kellogg Foundation.

Hollander, E.P., & Offermann, L.R. (1997). “The balance of leadership and followership: An introduction.” In E. Hollander & L. Offermann (Eds.), The balance of leadership and followership. (pp. 1-7). Battle Creek, Mich.: Kellogg Leadership Studies Project, Kellogg Foundation.

Offermann, L.R. (1997). “Leading and empowering diverse followers.” In E. Hollander & L. Offermann (Eds.), The balance of leadership and followership. (pp. 31-44). Battle Creek, Mich.: Kellogg Leadership Studies Project, Kellogg Foundation.

Reprinted in G.R. Hickman (1998). (Ed). Leading organizations: Perspectives for a new era, pp. 397-403. Sage Publications.

Offermann, L.R., & Hellmann, P.S. (1997). “Culture’s consequences for leadership behavior: National values in action.” Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology, 28, pp. 342-351.

Offermann, L.R., & Hellmann, P.S. (1996). “Leadership behavior and subordinate stress: A 360-degree view.” Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 1, pp. 382-390.

Offermann, L.R., Kennedy, J.K., Jr., & Wirtz, P.W. (1994). “Implicit leadership theories: Content, structure, and generalizability.” Leadership Quarterly, 5, pp. 43-58.

Offermann, L.R., & Gowing, M.K. (1993). “Personnel selection in the future: The impact of changing demographics and the nature of work.” In N. Schmitt & W. Borman (Eds.), Personnel selection in organizations. (pp. 385-417). (Frontiers of Industrial/ Organizational Psychology series). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Offermann, L.R., & Armitage, M. (1993). “Stress and the woman manager: Sources, health outcomes, and interventions.” In E.A. Fagenson (Ed.), Women and work Vol. 5: Women in management: Trends, issues, and challenges in managerial diversity (pp. 131-161). Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage.

Offermann, L.R. (1993). “Leadership in the 90s: Substance and shadow.” Review of M.M. Chemers & R. Ayman (Eds.), Leadership theory and research: Perspectives and directions. Contemporary Psychology, 12, pp. 1292-1293.

Offermann, L.R., & Beil, C. (1992). “Achievement styles of women leaders and their peers: Toward an understanding of women and leadership.” Psychology of Women Quarterly, 16, pp. 37-56.

Hollander, E.P., & Offermann, L.R. (1990). “Relational features of leadership and followership.” In K. E. Clark & M.B. Clark (Eds.), Measures of leadership. (pp. 83-97). West Orange, N.J.: Leadership Library of America.

Offermann, L.R. & Gowing, M.K. (1990). (Eds). Organizational psychology. [Special issue] American Psychologist, 45 (2).

Offermann, L.R., & Gowing, M.K. (1990). “Organizations of the future: Changes and challenges.” American Psychologist, 45, pp. 95-108.

Hollander, E.P., & Offermann, L.R. (1990). “Power and leadership in organizations: Relationships in transition.” American Psychologist, 45, pp. 179-189. (R)
Reprinted in W. E. Rosenbach & R. L. Taylor, Contemporary issues in leadership. (3rd ed.), 1993.

Offermann, L.R., & Kearney, C.T. (1988). “Supervisor sex and subordinate influence strategies.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 14, pp. 360-367.

Offermann, L.R. (1986). “Visibility and evaluation of female and male leaders.” Sex Roles, 14, pp. 533-543.

Offermann, L.R. (1986). “The development and validation of the power apprehension scale.” Educational and Psychological Measurement, 46, pp. 437-441.

Rebok, G.W., Offermann, L.R., Wirtz, P.W., & Montaglione, C.J. (1986). “Work and intellectual aging: The psychological concomitants of social-organizational conditions.” Educational Gerontology, 12, pp. 361-375.

Offermann, L.R., & Schrier, P.E. (1985). “Social influence strategies: The impact of sex, role, and attitudes toward power.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 11, pp. 286-300.

George T. Solomon

Books

Solomon, G. 2005. Keystones of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, Blackwell Publishing, Malden, Mass., Associate Editor 2005

Articles

El Tarabishy, A., Solomon, G., and Sashkin, M. (2005). “The entrepreneurial leader’s impact on organizational performance in dynamic markets.” The Journal of Private Equity, 8(4), pp. 20-30.

Fernald, L., Solomon, G., and El Tarabishy, A. (2005). “A New Paradigm: Entrepreneurial leadership.” Southern Business Review, 30 (2), pp.1-10.

Solomon, G, Dennis, W., and Fernald, L.W. Jr. (2003) “Self-Identified Management Deficiencies of Entrepreneurs.” Journal of Private Equity, 3(4), pp. 1-10.

Solomon, G., Duffy, S. and El Tarabishy, A. (2002). “The State of Entrepreneurship Education in the United States: A Nationwide Survey and Analysis.” International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 1(1)

Book Chapters

Weaver, M., Dickson, P. and Solomon, G. (2007) “Entrepreneurship and Education: What is known and not known about the Links between Education and Entrepreneurial Activity.” The Small Business Economy for Data Year 2005: A Report to the President, U.S. Small Business Administration, Washington, D.C.

Solomon, G. 2005. “Pedagogical Methods of Teaching Entrepreneurship: An Historical Perspective.” In Keystones of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, Malden, Mass.: Blackwell Publishing.

Solomon, G., Duffy, S and Tarabishy, A. 2005. “The State of Entrepreneurship Education in the United States: A Nationwide Survey and Analysis.” In Keystones of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, Malden, Mass.: Blackwell Publishing.

Paul M. Swiercz

Book

Swiercz, Paul M., McHugh, Patrick, and Goldberg, Caren. 1997. Human Resource Systems for Competitive Advantage. Needham Heights, Mass, Simon and Schuster. Edited Book

Articles

“Development and Initial Validation of a Congnitive-Based Work-NonWork Conflict Scale.” Psychological Reports (2007) 100, pp. 979-100 (with S. Ezzedeen).

“Absorbed in Work: Meaning, Antecedents, and Consequences of Cognitive-Based Work-Nonwork Conflict,” presented at the Eastern Academy of Management Winner of the Michael J. Driver Best Paper in the Careers Division, also Nominated for Best Conceptual Paper Award Eastern Academy of Management 2006 (with S. Ezzedeen).

“Human resource information systems (HRIS) and technology trust.” Journal of Information Science (2005) 31: 340-353, with S.K. Lippert

“Pyrrhic Victory – The Detroit Newspaper War Remembered.” Strategic HR case study exploring the long and costly battle between newspaper unions and management of new joint operating company. Finalist, Academy of Management, 2004.  CMS Darkside III Case Writing Competition.

“Voluntary HRIS Data Collection: The Role of Privacy Sensitivity and Technology Trust,” International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM). 2005 9 (2) pp. 15–22 (with S.K. Lippert).

“Teaching With And Through Teams: Student-Written, Instructor-Facilitated Case Writing And The Signatory Code” Journal of Management Education, (2005) 29,1, pp. 39-59 (with James Bailey, Mary Sass, Craig Seal & D. Christopher Kayes).

Ayman El Tarabishy

Books

El Tarabishy, A. (2012). Information Technology for Small Business, Managing the Digital Enterprise. Springer, Boston, Mass.

Renko, M., El Tarabishy, A. (2011). Entrepreneurial Leadership in Family Firms. Understand Family Business: Neglected topics, new approaches and theories. Springer, Boston, Mass.

Iandoli, L., Parente, R., El Tarabishy, A. (2011). TechnoModel Creative Destruction in the Italian High Fashion Industry. Cases in European Entrepreneurship edited by Thomas M. Cooney. European Entrepreneurship Case Study Resource Centre. Brussels.

Book Chapters

Monsen, E., Urbig, D. Renko, M. El Tarabishy, A. E. & Schoedt, L. (2010). “Explaining Entrepreneurial Intent and Behavior: Moderating Effects of Efficacy and Control Beliefs.” Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 30. Wellesley, Mass.: Babson College.

El Tarabishy, A. (2009). Social Media for Teaching Leadership.

Software and internet based materials to accompany.

Peter G. Northouse, Leadership: Theory and practice (5th ed.).Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications.

Solomon, G., Duffy, S., and Tarabishy, A. 2005. “The State of Entrepreneurship Education in the United States: A Nationwide Survey and Analysis.” In Keystones of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, Malden, Mass: Blackwell Publishing.

Articles

Sashkin, M., El-Tarabishy, A., & Harvey, M. (2009, January/February). “Stogdill 60
years later: The role of character in leadership effectiveness.” The Member Connector, pp. 12-14.

El-Tarabishy, A., & Sashkin, M. (2008). “Social entrepreneurship at the macro-level: Three lessons for success.” Innovations: Technology/Governance/Globalization, 3(3), pp. 56-64.

El Tarabishy, A., Solomon, G., and Sashkin, M. (2005). “The entrepreneurial leader’s impact on organizational performance in dynamic markets.” The Journal of Private Equity, 8(4), pp. 20-30.

Fernald, L., Solomon, G., and El Tarabishy, A. (2005). “A New Paradigm: Entrepreneurial leadership.” Southern Business Review, 30 (2), pp. 1-10.

Solomon, G., Duffy, S. and El Tarabishy, A. (2002). “The State of Entrepreneurship Education in the United States: A Nationwide Survey and Analysis.” International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 1(1): 00-00

Stuart A. Umpleby

Books

With Vadim, N. Sadovsky (eds.). A Science of Goal Formulation: American and Soviet Discussions of Cybernetics and Systems Theory. New York: Hemisphere Publishing Co., 1991.

Articles

“A Global University for a Global Village,” Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, with co-authors Konstantin Mekhonoshin and Zhelyu Vladimirov.

“Ross Ashby’s General Theory of Adaptive Systems,” International Journal of General Systems.

Buck, John A., Eric B. Dent, and Stuart A. Umpleby. “Communicating Science: The Difficulty Introduced by the Historical Politics of the English Language,” Science Communication, Vol. 22, No. 1, September 2000, pp. 73-87.

Umpleby, Stuart A. “What Comes after Second Order Cybernetics?” Cybernetics and Human Knowing, Volume 8, No. 3, 2001, pp. 87-89.  Translated into Russian by Madina Ibadova and published in Losevsky Chtenija,  Proceedings of the Annual Science and Theory Conference, dedicated to A.F. Losev, South Russia State Technical University, Pegas Publishing House, Rostov on Don, 2001, pp. 124-127.

Umpleby, Stuart and Tatyana Medvedeva, “Psychological Adjustment to Economic and Social Change,” Reflexive Control. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2001, pp. 102-112, in English and in Russian.

Umpleby, Stuart, “Should Knowledge of Management be Organized as Theories or as Methods?”  Janus Head, Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology, and the Arts, 5/1, Spring 2002, pp. 181-195.

Umpleby, Stuart A. “Organization of Regulation of the Global Economy,” Nase Gospodarstvo (Our Economy). Vol. 49, No. 1-2, 2003, pp. 45-52 (published in English in a Slovenian journal).

Umpleby, Stuart A. “Kybernetik zweiter Ordnung – Die Veraenderung der Wissenschaft,”  (Second Order Cybernetics:  The Transformation of Science) Lernende Organisation, No. 11, January/February 2003, pp. 12-16, (in German).

Umpleby, Stuart, Tatyana Medvedeva and Alisa Oyler, “The Technology of Participation as a Means of Improving Universities in Transitional Economies,” World Futures, Vol. 60, Nos. 1-2, 2004, pp. 129-136.

Umpleby, Stuart A. “Heinz von Foerster and the Mansfield Amendment,” Cybernetics and Human Knowing, Vol. 10, No. 3-4, 2003, pp. 161-163.

Umpleby, Stuart A. and Gabriel Ramirez M.  “Como Pueden las Universidades Aprender Unas de Otras Mientras Construyen la Sociedad del Conocimiento,”  (How Universities can Learn from each other while Building a Knowledge Society), Sociedad & Conocimiento (magazine of the Central University of Chile), No. 1, December 2003, pp. 14-20, (in Spanish and in English.)

Anbari, F. T., Khilkhanova, E., Romanova, M., and Umpleby, S. “Managing Cultural Differences in International Projects,” Journal of International Business and Economics, 2004, Vol. II, No. 1, pp. 267-274.

Umpleby, S.A. and Anbari, F.T. (2004). “Strengthening the Global University System and Enhancing Projects Management Education,” Review of Business Research, Vol. IV, No. 1, pp. 237 – 243.

Umpleby, Stuart A. “What I Learned from Heinz von Foerster about the Construction of Science,” Kybernetes, Vol. 34, No. 1 and 2, 2005, pp. 278-294.

Umpleby, Stuart A.  “A History of the Cybernetics Movement in the United States.  Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, Vol. 91, No. 2, Summer 2005, pp. 54-66.

Umpleby, Stuart. “Intellektuelle Bewegungen schaffen und foerdern,” (Creating and Promoting Intellectual Movements) in Lernende Organization (Learning Organization), No. 30, March/April 2006, pp. 26-33, (in German.)

Tevdovski, Dragon, Irina Naoumova, and Stuart Umpleby. “A Method for Designing Improvements in Organizations, Products, and Services.” Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, May 2006.

Book Chapters

Umpleby, Stuart. “Some Implications of the Year 2000 Computer Crisis for Academic Disciplines,” in Robert Trappl (ed.) Cybernetics and Systems 2000.  Vienna: Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies, 2000, pp. 471-475.

Umpleby, Stuart. “Coping with an Error in a Knowledge Society:  The Case of the Year 2000 Computer Crisis,” in George E. Lasker, et al. Advances in Sociocybernetics and Human Development.  Volume VIII. Windsor, Canada: International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics, 2000, pp. 95-100.

Umpleby, Stuart. “Why the Century Date Change Occurred so Smoothly,” in Gillian Ragsdell and Jennifer Wilby (eds.).  Understanding Complexity, New York:  Plenum Publishing, 2001, pp. 183-189.

Umpleby, Stuart. “Systems Approaches to Management,” in Boris Milner and Francis Lees (ed.)  Management of the Modern Company.  (Textbook in Russian), Moscow:  INFRA-M, 2001, pp. 298-305.

Umpleby, Stuart. “Creating and Sustaining a Quality Improvement Effort in a University,” in Russell J. Meyer and David Keplinger (eds.), Perspectives in Higher Education Reform, Volume 11, Alliance of Universities for Democracy, Texas Review Press, 2002, pp. 31-36.

Umpleby, Stuart and Irina Naoumova. “Two Methods Useful for Starting a Quality Improvement Program,” in Russell J. Meyer and David Keplinger (eds.), Perspectives in Higher Education Reform, Volume 11, Alliance of Universities for Democracy, Texas Review Press, 2002, pp. 185-193.

Medvedeva, Tatyana and Stuart Umpleby. “Social Learning Through Process Improvement in Russia.” in Robert Trappl (ed.). Cybernetics and Systems ’02, Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies, Vienna, Austria, April 2002.

Umpleby, Stuart. “The Design of Intellectual Movements.” Proceedings of the annual meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, Shanghai, China, August 2-6, 2002.

Umpleby, Stuart and Alisa Oyler. “A Global Strategy for Human Development:  The Work of the Institute of Cultural Affairs,” Proceedings of the annual meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, Crete, Greece, July 7-11, 2003.

Umpleby, Stuart. “Strengthening the Global University System,” in Russell J. Meyer (ed.) Perspectives in Higher Education Reform, Volume 12.  Alliance of Universities for Democracy, American University in Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, October 2003, pp. 107-114.

Umpleby, Stuart and Svitlana Shandruk. “Transforming the Global University System into a Resource for Social Improvement,” A. Moscardini, Y.V. Makogon, M. Loutfi (eds.). Global Integration of Graduate Programs, Donetsk Scientific Centre of National Academy of Science in Ukraine, Kiev, 2003, pp. 192-197.

Umpleby, Stuart and Irina Naoumova. “Comparing Priorities in an American Academic Department and a Russian Academic Department” in Russell J. Meyer (ed.) Perspectives in Higher Education Reform, Volume 13.  Alliance of Universities for Democracy, American University in Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, 2004.  Also published in Russian in the proceedings of a conference at Mari State University, Yarshkar-Ola, Russia, 2002.

Umpleby, Stuart. “Physical Relationships Among Matter, Energy and Information.” Published in Robert Trappl (ed.) Cybernetics and Systems ’04, Vienna:  Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies, 2004.

Medvedeva, Tatiana and Stuart Umpleby. “Four Methods for Describing Systems with Examples of How Management is Changing in the U.S. and Russia.” Published in Robert Trappl (ed.) Cybernetics and Systems ’04, Vienna:  Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies, 2004.

Prytula, Yaroslav and Stuart Umpleby (2004). “Improving the Performance of Universities in Transitional Economies,” Prepared for the annual meeting of the Alliance of Universities for Democracy, Pecs, Hungary, November 2004.

Anbari, F. T. and Umpleby, S. A., (2006). “Productive Research Teams and Knowledge Generation,” in Elias G. Carayannis and David F.J. Campbell (eds).  Knowledge Creation, Diffusion and Use in Innovation Networks and Clusters: A Comparative Systems Approach Across the United States, Europe and Asia, pp. 26-39, Westport, Conn.: Praeger.

Dubina, Igor and Stuart Umpleby. “Agenda Setting and Improvement Monitoring in a University Department,” Proceedings of the 12th Annual International Deming Research Seminar, New York, NY:  Fordham University, February 13-14, 2006.

Umpleby, Stuart A. “Management of the Global Economy.” Globalistica: International Encyclopedic Dictionary. Moscow, St. Petersburg, New York, 2006, p. 769. Translated into Russian by Olga Chistyakova.  An excerpt from “Organization of Regulation of the Global Economy,” Our Economy, 2003.