Department of Management, Society and Communication
In my research and teaching I leverage my many years of experience at business schools in the United States, Europe, and the Pacific Rim, along with my background in the humanities and cultural history, towards the development of interdisciplinary perspectives on leadership, management, and cultural dynamics in a variety of organizational and social contexts. My current research project brings these interests to bear on the ebb and flow of fashionable leadership concepts, on the delivery of leadership products and services via the leadership industries, and on the connections between these commercial/industrial/professional dynamics and prevailing conceptions of leadership itself.
- Organization studies
- Leadership development
- Leadership and Management in Action
- Leadership Theory and Practice
- Power, Influence, and Organizational Politics
Eric Guthey and Mette Morsing (2014) "CSR and the Mediated Emergence of Strategic Ambiguity," The Journal of Business Ethics.
Eric Guthey and Brad Jackson (2011) "Cross-Cultural Leadership Revisited," in Alan Bryman, David Collinson, Keith Grint, Brad Jackson, Mary Uhl-Bien, eds., The Sage Handbook of Leadership. London: Sage, 165-178.
Eric Guthey (2004) “New Economy Romanticism, Narratives of Corporate Personhood, and the Antimanagerial Impulse,” in Kenneth Lipartito and David B. Sicilia, eds., Constructing Corporate America: History, Politics, Culture. New York: Oxford University Press. 321- 342.
Eric Guthey (2001) “Ted Turner’s Corporate Crossdressing and the Shifting Image of American Business Leadership,” Enterprise and Society: The International Journal of Business History 2/1(March) 111-142.
In: Leadership, 5.5.2022
In: Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 173, No. 4, 11.2021, p. 723-736
In: Management Learning, 22.4.2021
In: Proceedings of the Eightieth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. ed. /Guclu Atinc. Briarcliff Manor, NY : Academy of Management 2020, 1 p. (Academy of Management Proceedings)
In: Proceedings of the Eightieth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. ed. /Guclu Atinc. Briarcliff Manor, NY : Academy of Management 2020 (Academy of Management Proceedings)
In: What’s Wrong with Leadership?: Improving Leadership Research and Practice. . ed. /Ronald E. Riggio. New York : Routledge 2018, p. 279-298 (Leadership: Research and Practice series)
Abstract from The 17th International Studying Leadership Conference. ISLC 2018, 2018
In: Field Guide to Leadership Development. ed. /Steve Kempster; Arthur F. Turner; Gareth Edwards. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing 2017, p. 251–272
In: Television & New Media, Vol. 17, No. 7, 2016, p. 667-670
In: Responsible Leadership: Realism and Romanticism. . ed. /Steve Kempster; Brigid Carroll. Abingdon : Routledge 2016, p. 203-214 (Routledge Studies in Leadership Research, No. 4)
In: Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 120, No. 4, 2014, p. 555-569
Paper presented at The 24th Annual Conference of the European Business Ethics Network. EBEN 2011, 2011
In: The SAGE Handbook of Leadership . ed. /Alan Bryman; David Collinson ; Keith Grint ; Brad Jackson ; Mary Uhl-Bien . Los Angeles, CA : SAGE Publications 2011, p. 165-178
London : Routledge 2009, 178 p.
In: The SAGE Handbook of New Approaches in Management and Organization. ed. /Daved Barry; Hans Hansen. Los Angeles : Corwin Press 2008, p. 84-96
In: Strategic CSR communication. ed. /Mette Morsing; Suzanne C. Beckmann. Copenhagen : Djøf Forlag 2006, p. 39-60
In: Harvard - Deusto Business Review, No. 150, 2006, p. 12
In: Follower-Centered Perspectives on Leadership: A Tribute to the Memory of James R. Meindl. . ed. /Boas Shamir et.al.. Singapore : World Scientific 2006, p. 167-186
In: Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 42, No. 5, 2005, p. 1057-1082
In: Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 42, No. 2, 3.2005, p. 451–465
In: Constructing corporate America: History, politics, culture. . ed. /Kenneth Lipartito; David B. Sicilia. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2004, p. 321-342
In: Folkways and law ways: law in American studies. . ed. /Helle Porsdam. Odense : Syddansk Universitetsforlag 2001, p. 209-228 (Odense University Literary and Cultural Studies, No. 8)
In: Madlandskaber, No. 2, 11.2021
In: Management Gurus. ed. /Andrzej Huczynski. Abingdon : Routledge 2006, p. 15-27
Flying pans and French military theory: CBS students investigate the restaurant industry to help it transform
Prominent restaurants and CBS team up to learn from each other
CBS launches initiative to help small businesses in Covid-19 distress
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The Baltic Management Institute, Vilnius, Lithuania
Contributing Faculty for Executive MBA, Board Member (2008-2015)
MAD Academy, Copenhagen, Denmark
Leadership Coordinator/Faculty for an Executive Development Program in the Culinary Industries