Larry Lad is Associate Professor of Management in the College of Business Administration at Butler University. Previously, he served as Associate Director of Executive Education and Assistant Professor of Management at Indiana University. He teaches MBA and undergraduate courses in Strategy, Leadership, and Ethical Decision-Making including a current assignment in International Strategy in the EMBA in Agribusiness at Purdue University. Larry has won five teaching awards. He has taught in Executive Education Programs for Indiana, Purdue, Louisiana State, and Harvard.
Collaborative Standards, Voluntary Codes and Industry Self-regulation (with Craig B. Caldwell), Journal of Corporate Citizenship (2009)
In a complex, global economy, firms seek a range of mechanisms for addressing regulatory and...
Building momentum for business school curriculum change: Measurable lessons from a pilot course in real business experience (with Mark Uchida, Craig B. Caldwell, and Friel Terry), Journal of the Academy of Business Education (2008)
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A Twenty-Year Retrospective on the Preston and Post Interpentrating Systems Theory, Business and Society (1996)
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Social Contracting as a Trust Building Process of Network Governance (with Jerry M. Calton), Business Ethics Quarterly (1995)
Social contracting has a long and important place in the history of political philosophy (Hardin,...
Collaborative Approaches to the Sociopolitical Environment: The Emergence of Issues Management Alliances (with Douglas R. Austrom), Futures Research Quarterly (1989)
Increasing turbulence in the sociopolitical environment is reshaping the environmental management strategies employed by business...
Managing Mindfully: Learning and Teaching Mindful Leadership (with Waddock S. and Claire J.) (2005)
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