Dr. Manz is the Nirenberg Chaired Professor of Business Leadership at the University of Massachusetts. He was a recipient of a Marvin Bower Fellowship at the Harvard Business School (1988-89) "awarded for outstanding achievement in research and .. productivity, influence, and leadership in business scholarship." His other academic experience includes instruction and research at Arizona State University (1989-1997), the University of Minnesota (1982 - 1988), Auburn University (1980 - 1982) and the Pennsylvania State University (1977 - 1980). He has served as a consultant, researcher, or management education leader with many organizations, including: General Motors, Motorola, 3M, Allied Signal, Control Data, Uniroyal, Ford, American Express, Prudential, Xerox, Teradyne, Cable & Telecommunications HR Assoc., Procter and Gamble, Unisys, Honeywell, the Korean Management Association, the American Hospital Association, The Mayo Clinic, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, the National University Continuing Education Association, the State of Minnesota, the U.S. and Canadian Governments, and many others. Formerly a Marvin Bower Fellow at the Harvard Business School Dr. Manz is a speaker, consultant, and bestselling author of over 200 articles and scholarly papers and more than 20 books. His presentations and courses focus on leadership, self-leadership, and self-managed work teams.
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The Virtuous Organization: Insights from Some of the Worlds Leading Management Thinkers (with K. Cameron and K. P. Manz) (2008)
Dynamic Leadership: Toolbox for the Values-Based Entrepreneur (with G. C. Guo; A Galli-Debicella; P. A. Nguyen; and S, G. Ruane), Journal of Values Based Leadership (2008)
Emerging Paradoxes in Executive Leadership: A Theoretical Interpretation of the Tensions Between Corruption and Virtuous Values (with V. Anand, M. Joshi, and K. P. Manz), Leadership Quarterly (2008)
Getting Virtual Teams Right the First Time: Keys to Successful Collaboration in the Virtual World (with M. L. Peters), The Handbook of High Performance Virtual Teams; A Toolkit for Collaboration Across Boundaries (2008)