The George Washington University
School of Business: Management

Faculty Research: Dr. Erik Winslow




Dr. Erik Winslow, Professor Emeritus, Co-Director, CFEE




  • Selected Publications:
    • Articles:
      • Winslow, E.K. (1992). Development of family owned business programs as an outgrowth of entrepreneurial and small business programs. United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship. [Invited presentation]
      • Winslow, E.K. (1992). The arrogance of the term resistance to change. Management Consulting Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. [Invited feature address]
      • Winslow, E.K. (1991). Development of entrepreneurial behavior and small business stimulation. Conference on Stimulating Business Development. [Presentation]
      • Winslow, E.K. (1990). The issue of motivating entre(intra)preneurial behavior. The Journal of Creative Behavior, 24.
      • Winslow, E.K.(1990). The culture of technology: Promise or threat to human dignity. Advances in Education and Human Development.
      • Winslow, E.K. (1990). The future of organization development. American Management Society National Conference. [Keynote address]
      • Winslow, E.K. (1989). Looking ahead - change is normal and will continue to be. Association of Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior. [Keynote address]
      • Winslow, E.K.(1989). Motivating (guiding) entrepreneurial (intrapreneurial) behavior. Key Issues in Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 78-85.
      • Winslow, E.K. (1989). Productivity and innovation: The human side. Key Issues in Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 9-16.
      • Winslow, E.K., Solomon, G. (1988). Toward a description of entrepreneurs. Journal of Creative Behavior, 22.
      • Winslow, E.K., Solomon, G. (1987). Entrepreneurs are more than non-conformists - they are slightly sociopathic. Journal of Creative Behavior, 21.
      • Winslow, E.K.. (1965). Organizational issues in emerging technologies. Advances in Telemtics: Emerging Information Technologies, 7.
  • Interests:
    • Primary Topics of Interest: Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Teams, Organizational Change
    • Industries of Interest: Federal Government, Consulting