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  • Public Intellectuality: Academies of Exhibition and the New Disciplinary Secession (2009)

    Patricia Mooney Nickel Painting in fin-de-siècle Vienna, like public intellectuality in fin-de-siècle America, was an act of portrayal at a time when artists then, like intellectuals today, composed in an environment characterized by rapid technological change, conservatism, and a government bureaucracy...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: nick stock
  • Changing Lives, Resistant Institutions: A New Generation Negotiates Gender, Work, and Family Change (2009)

    Kathleen Gerson Sociology's enduring concern with explaining the links between individual and social change has never been more relevant. We are poised at a moment when changing lives are colliding with resistant institutions. These tensions have created social conflicts and personal dilemmas for...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: nick stock
  • Wisdom principles as a meta-theoretical basis for evaluating leadership (2009)

    McKenna, Bernard, Rooney, David, Boal, Kimberley B " Abstract : This article responds to calls in the management and leadership literature to articulate a role for wisdom. While many talk about the role of wisdom, few people have attempted to articulate what it consists of. We suggest five principles...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: wattawa
  • Culture, corruption, and the endorsement of ethical leadership. (2009)

    In this chapter, we propose that society- and organization-level social context cues influence the endorsement of ethical leadership. More specifically, we propose that certain organizational culture values provide proximal contextual cues that people use to form perceptions of the importance of ethical...
    (My publication) Posted by: phanges
  • Organizational Wisdom (2005)

    Abstract In today’s information driven world ‘continuous learning and subsequent implementation’ is the only way to survive. This requires wisdom. Wisdom can be classified as a type of propositional knowledge that allows believing without sufficient evidence and not believing with sufficient evidence...
    (My publication) Posted by: aloke1968
  • “Humility: The Tale of a Virtue” (2003)

    The opening chapter of an anthology on virtues and leadership. My chapter also serves as an introduction to the book by locating modern discussions about virtues and leadership within the tensions inherited in western thought.
    (My publication) Posted by: Mark
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