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Year in Review: Organization & Leadership

The department understands leadership as an ethical imperative inextricably linked to learning, and groups and organizations as communities of diverse individuals who bring unique perspectives to the collective endeavor of promoting the common good.

The department understands leadership as an ethical imperative inextricably linked to learning, and groups and organizations as communities of diverse individuals who bring unique perspectives to the collective endeavor of promoting the common good. This year:

W. Warner Burke published the fourth edition of his bestselling text, Organization Change: Theory and Practice (Sage), which grounds effective change in knowledge of people's workplace behavior.

Peter Coleman coauthored Making Conflict Work: Harnessing the Power of Disagreement (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), a guide to open discussion of power differences in the workplace.

The best paper proceedings of the 2013 Academy of Management Conference included "Was My Social Identity Just Threatened? Making Meaning of Gendered Cues in STEM Academe," a presentation coauthored by Caryn Block.

Corbin Campbell became an AcademicFellow of theInstitute for HigherEducation Policy.

Anna Neumann was inducted into the National Academy of Education. The Review of Higher Education published "Staking a Claim on Learning: What We Should Know about Learning in Higher Education, and Why," an elaboration of her presidential address to the Association for the Study of Higher Education.

Madhabi Chatterji co-edited a special issueof Quality Assurancein Educationtitled "Validity,Assessment andAccountability:ContemporaryIssues in Primary,Secondary andHigher Education."

Pearl Kane secured Benedict Foundation funding for students entering a new dual degree program in international school leadership created by TC's Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership with Columbia Business School and INSEAD.

Alex Bowers participated in the National Science Foundation's data-intensive research lab fostering transformative approaches to STEM teaching.

Lyle Yorks co-authored"Looking in theMirror of Inquiry: Knowledgein Our Studentsand in Ourselves," inthe journal Teaching andLearning Inquiry.

Eleanore Drago- Severson coauthoredpaperson leadership in The Journal ofStaff Developmentand TheJournal ofResearch onLeadership Education.

Published Wednesday, Mar. 11, 2015

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Year in Review: Organization & Leadership

The department understands leadership as an ethical imperative inextricably linked to learning, and groups and organizations as communities of diverse individuals who bring unique perspectives to the collective endeavor of promoting the common good. This year:

W. Warner Burke published the fourth edition of his bestselling text, Organization Change: Theory and Practice (Sage), which grounds effective change in knowledge of people's workplace behavior.

Peter Coleman coauthored Making Conflict Work: Harnessing the Power of Disagreement (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), a guide to open discussion of power differences in the workplace.

The best paper proceedings of the 2013 Academy of Management Conference included "Was My Social Identity Just Threatened? Making Meaning of Gendered Cues in STEM Academe," a presentation coauthored by Caryn Block.

Corbin Campbell became an AcademicFellow of theInstitute for HigherEducation Policy.

Anna Neumann was inducted into the National Academy of Education. The Review of Higher Education published "Staking a Claim on Learning: What We Should Know about Learning in Higher Education, and Why," an elaboration of her presidential address to the Association for the Study of Higher Education.

Madhabi Chatterji co-edited a special issueof Quality Assurancein Educationtitled "Validity,Assessment andAccountability:ContemporaryIssues in Primary,Secondary andHigher Education."

Pearl Kane secured Benedict Foundation funding for students entering a new dual degree program in international school leadership created by TC's Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership with Columbia Business School and INSEAD.

Alex Bowers participated in the National Science Foundation's data-intensive research lab fostering transformative approaches to STEM teaching.

Lyle Yorks co-authored"Looking in theMirror of Inquiry: Knowledgein Our Studentsand in Ourselves," inthe journal Teaching andLearning Inquiry.

Eleanore Drago- Severson coauthoredpaperson leadership in The Journal ofStaff Developmentand TheJournal ofResearch onLeadership Education.

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