Pedagogical Innovation and Paradigm Shift in the Introduction to Management Curriculum

[We're pleased to welcome authors Elizabeth Christopher of Macquarie University, Joe Roberts of Webster University, and Oliver Laasch of the University of Nottingham, China. They recently published a paper in the Journal of Management Education entitled, "Pedagogical Innovation and Paradigm Shift in the Introduction to Management Curriculum," which is free to read for a limited time. … Continue reading Pedagogical Innovation and Paradigm Shift in the Introduction to Management Curriculum

Does Public Service Motivation Always Lead to Organizational?Commitment?

[We're pleased to welcome author Wisanupong Potipiroon of Prince of Songkla University. Potipiroon recently published a paper in Public Personnel Management entitled, "Does Public Service Motivation Always Lead to Organizational Commitment? Examining the Moderating Roles of Intrinsic Motivation and Ethical Leadership," which is free to read for a limited time. Below, Potipiroon reflects on the … Continue reading Does Public Service Motivation Always Lead to Organizational?Commitment?

What Can Leaders Learn from Rock Climbing?

[We're pleased to welcome Diane Bischak and Jaana Woiceshyn. Diane and Jaana recently published an article entitled "Leadership Virtues Exposed: Ethical Leadership Lessons from Leading in Rock Climbing" in Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies.] Diane has been an avid participant in rock climbing for many years, a sport which has a very tangible leadership … Continue reading What Can Leaders Learn from Rock Climbing?

Follow the Leader: Leadership Lessons from Rock Climbing

Although the concept of ethical leadership has not been neglected in leadership studies, it remains a vague and poorly defined idea. A direct consequence of this ambiguity is the challenge of practicing ethical leadership in real-life situations. In an effort to better define ethical leadership and provide leadership principles that leaders can strive for, Diane P. Bischak and Jaana Woiceshyn explore what … Continue reading Follow the Leader: Leadership Lessons from Rock Climbing

Challenges in Leadership: Part 3 of 3

“In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.” —Thomas Jefferson We hope you've enjoyed our series on the challenges of leadership. Today's post is all about leadership and ethics -- and with Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week coming up next Monday, be sure to tune in for … Continue reading Challenges in Leadership: Part 3 of 3

What Does Ethical Followership Look Like?

If your boss asked you to do something unethical, would you obey, or would you resist? According to a new article in the Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, Followers face ethical dilemmas when leaders approach them with inappropriate requests, such as asking them to engage in behaviors that are clearly unethical. In such situations, … Continue reading What Does Ethical Followership Look Like?

An Improved Measure of Ethical Leadership

Gary Yukl, University at Albany, Rubina Mahsud, Seattle University, Shahidul Hassan, Ohio State University, and Gregory E. Prussia, Seattle University, published "An Improved Measure of Ethical Leadership" on December 11th, 2011 in the Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies. To view other OnlineFirst articles, please click here. The abstract: The appropriate way to define and measure ethical … Continue reading An Improved Measure of Ethical Leadership