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ISE Journal Publications

 

Sustainability:

  • Harmon, J. & Fairfield, K. (2014) “Relative Effect  of Geographic Context and International Strategic Approach on Sustainability Management.International Journal of Sustainable Strategic Management. 4 (3), 221-246.

  • Harmon, J. & Fairfield, K. (2013) "Implementing Sustainability Strategies: How much does geographic context matter." Presented at the International Eastern Academy of Management Conference. Seville, Spain: Eastern Academy of Management, June 2013

  • Fairfield, K. J. Harmon, J., S. Behson. (2011) Influences on the Organizational Implementation of Sustainability: An Integrative Model. Organization Management Journal, 1-17, 2011 Eastern Academy of Management. This paper integrates thinking and evidence from many streams of sustainability research and, using data from a large worldwide survey, shows the relationship among external influences, strategic motivators, key organizational enablers and obstacles, actual sustainability practices and their positive impact on performance.

  • Wirtenberg, J. (2011). "Unleashing Talent in Service of a Sustainable Future", The Talent Management Handbook (2nd Edition), New York: McGraw Hill, Chapter 37, pp. 374-384. This chapter defines the role of HR and OD in driving the “Triple Bottom Line” (People, Planet and Profits), and offers principles, frameworks and tools for integrating sustainability into talent management systems and processes.

  • Farias, C. M. & Farias, G. F. (2010) Cycles of poverty and consumption: The sustainability dilemma. Competitiveness Review. Volume 20, 3, 248-257

  • Farias, G., Twomey, D., Farias, C; and Gentile, M. (2010) "The Role of Human Values in Sustainability: A Curriculum Challenge for Business Schools". Presentation at Professional Development Workshop at the 2010 Academy of Management meeting in Montreal Canada

  • Harmon, J., Fairfield, K. & Wirtenberg, J. (2010)  "Missing an Opportunity: HR Leadership and Sustainability", HRPS People and Strategy. Vol. 33, No. 1. This article used results from a worldwide survey of executives to show that, even though the types of people and change-management challenges associated with developing and executing sustainability strategies would appear to offer HR leaders a great opportunity to enhance their strategic roles, they are for the most part not yet capitalizing on that opportunity

  • Twomey, D.F., Twomey, R.F., Farias, G., & Ozgur, M. (2010) Human Values and Sustainability: Can Green Swim Upstream?,  HRPS People and Strategy, Vol. 33, No. 1. This paper argues that higher levels of sustainability require transformation of major approaches and processes that are driven by a set of human values different from those pertinent to the finance-dominated business case.

  • Harmon, J.,  Fairfield, K. & Behson, S. (2009) “A Comparative Analysis of Organizational Sustainability Strategy: Antecedents and Performance Outcomes Perceived by U. S. and Non-U.S.-Based Managers” Presented at the 'MANAGING IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY XIII' Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 21 - 25 June 2009.     (Earned the conferences Carolyn Dexter Outstanding Paper award )

  • Harris, D. & Twomey, D. F. (2009) The Enterprise Perspective: A New Mind-set for Competitiveness and Sustainability, Accepted for Publication in Competitiveness Review.

  • Harris, D. & Twomey D. F. (2008) Corporation Perspective vs. Enterprise Perspective:  Issues of Competitiveness and Sustainability, Competition  Forum, Vol. 6, #1, pp. 75-80.

  • Vickers, M.,  J. Wirtenberg, J. Harmon, A. Lindberg,, J. M. Lee, and D. J. Dennis (2007).Creating a Sustainable Future: A global study of current trends and possibilities 2007–2017. New York: American Management Association.

  • Wirtenberg, J., J. Harmon, K. Fairfield & W. Russell (2007). “The Role of Human Resources in Building Sustainable Enterprises: Insights from Some of the World’s Best Companies.”  Human Resource Planning Journal: Special Issue on HRM and the Triple Bottom Line, 30(1), 10-20.

  • Twomey, D.F. (2006) Designed Emergence to Enterprise Sustainability, E+CO: Emergence: Complexity and Organization, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 12-23.

  • Twomey, D. F., (2006) Democracy and Sustainable Enterprise, Competition Forum, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 236-241.

  • Twomey, D. F. (2005). Designed Emergence as a Path to Business Transformation and Sustainability, Proceedings: International Eastern Academy of Management: Managing in a Global Economy XI.

  • Twomey, D. F. (2004)  Toward Sustainable Enterprise: An Emergent Alternative to Domination and Exploitation, Journal of Global Competitiveness, Vol. 2 (2)

Service Learning:

Social Entrepreneurship:

  • Harmon, J., G. Farias, W. Russell, D. Twomey & C. Farias (2007). “Pioneering a New Energy Paradigm: Alleviating ‘Energy Poverty’ in the World.” Proceedings of the International Eastern Academy. Amsterdam: EAM-International.

Sustainability in Higher Education:

  • Harmon, J, 2009. The Sustainability Landscape in Higher Education. ISE report.

  • Harmon, J., J. Stoner & G. Jones (2007). “Towards Sustainability in Institutions of Higher Education.” Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management. New Brunswick, NJ: Eastern Academy of Management.

Linkage Research –HRM Practices to Organization Performance:

HR & Strategy:

International:

  • Harmon, J., K. Fairfield & S. Behson. (2009)“A Comparative Analysis of Organizational Sustainability Strategy: Antecedents and Performance Outcomes Perceived by U. S. and Non-U.S.-Based Managers” Presented at the 'MANAGING IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY XIII' Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 21 - 25 June 2009. Earned the conferences Carolyn Dexter Outstanding Paper award.

  • Harmon, J. (2003) “Cross Cultural Action Research Approaches” International Eastern Academy of Management Conference Symposium:  Porto, Portugal, June 20-24, 2003

  • Harmon, J. (2001)“Sustainability and Comparative Advantage.”  Presented at International Eastern Academy of Management Conference, Managing in a Global Economy IX, San Jose, Costa Rica, June 2001

  • Twomey, D. F., Quazi, H. & Twomey, R. (2000). Antecedents and Dynamics of the Business School - Business Interface, International Journal of Organizational Analysis.

Action- & Practice-Grounded Research Approaches:

  • Harmon, J, J. Pugh. (2004) “Towards Defining Methodological Standards for Participatory Action Research in Health Care Organizations.”  SOTA Knowledge Management Pre-Conference, San Antonio, December 3, 2004

  • Kowalski, R., J. Harmon, L. Yorks & D. Kowalski (2003). "Reducing Workplace Stress and Aggression: An Action Research Project at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs"Human Resource Planning, Vol 26, Issue 2 pp. 39-53.

  • Kowalski, R., L. Yorks & J., Harmon, D. Kowalski (2002). Inquiry and Data: A Guide for Action Teams.  Washington, DC:  US Department of Veterans Affairs.

  • Twomey, D., Harmon, J., Yorks, L. (2002). Enhancing Organization Health and Vitality using Collaborative Action Inquiry. Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management. New Haven, CT: Eastern Academy of Management.

  • Harmon, J., D. Twomey, G. Farias, & L. Yorks. (2002). Searching For Holistic Research: Engaging The Whole Person/Whole System.  Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management. New Haven, CT: Eastern Academy of Management.

  • Harmon, J., D. Twomey, L. Yorks, S. Behson, J. Neuman, L. Keashly, D. Kowalski, R. Kowalski, J. Scaringi, V. Marsick. (2002). Toward Enlightening The Organization Using Collaborative Action Inquiry: An Academic-Practitioner Action-Science Experiment To Reduce Workplace Stress/Aggression In The U.S. Department Of Veterans Affairs.  Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management. New Haven, CT: Eastern Academy of Management.

  • Twomey, D., J. Harmon, R. Mir, & A. Konrad. (2001). Research at the Edge and Beyond:  Nurturing Practice-Grounded Research. Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management. NY, NY: Eastern Academy of Management, 167-168.

  • Twomey, D. & Harmon, J. (2000). In and of the World:  Searching for Rigor and Relevance; Is there a Higher Ground between Traditional and Action Research?  Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management. Salem, MA: Eastern Academy of Management, 1-7.

Leadership:

  • Twomey, R. F. & Twomey, D. F. (2008) Developing Business Leaders for Global Competitiveness,Competition Forum, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 109-115.

  • Twomey, D. F., (2005) Global Competitiveness:  Financial Manager's Leadership Role in Knowledge Creation, Journal of Global Competitiveness, Vol. 13 (2) pp. 37-45.

  • Twomey, D. F. (2002) Organizational Competitiveness: Building Performance and Learning. Competitiveness Review 12(2) 1-12.

  • Twomey, D. F. (2002)  Leadership, Organization Design, and Competitiveness. Journal of Global Competitiveness, 10(2), 31-40.