“Mission alignment in the hybrid organization: the role of indirect support activities and an activity ecosystem”|Kurland, N. (2022),|Social Enterprise Journal, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print.
Employee Engagement + Social Good = A Winning Combination| Allen, E. and Williams J. (2019),| Journal – American Water Works Association, 111: 52-55.
Abstract: Water [F]or [P]eople’s [WFP] employee engagement model is a win–win–win for partner companies, volunteers, and populations who benefit from water for people’s efforts to address global water challenges. [EA featured as a WFP Leadership Council member which combines philanthropy to WFP with employee engagement to enhance its social mission.]
ESOP plus Benefit Corporation: Ownership culture with benefit accountability.|Kurland, N. (2018).|California Management Review, 60(4), 51-73
Accountability and the public benefit corporation|Kurland, N. B. (2017).| Business Horizons, 60(4), 519-528.
Multiple team membership and empowerment spillover effects: Can empowerment processes cross team boundaries? |Chen, G., Smith, T. A., Kirkman, B. L., Zhang, P., Lemoine, G. J., & Farh, J. L. (2019). |Journal of Applied Psychology, 104(3), 321.|Full Paper
Research: When Employees Work on Multiple Teams, Good Bosses Can Have Ripple Effects. |Smith, T. A., Kirkman, B. L., Chen, G., & Lemoine, G. J. (2018).|Harvard Business Review, September 26.
To make companies moral, make the employees the owners. |Kelly, M. (2019).| Fast Company, January 11.
Mission-led employee-owned firms: The best of the best. |Stranahan, S. and Kelly, M. (2019).|Democracy Collaborative & Fifty by Fifty report.
The principle of democratic ownership: Creating enterprise designs for a new era.|Kelly, M., & Howard, T. (2019). | In: The Making of a Democratic Economy: Building Prosperity For the Many, Not Just the Few. (pp. 73-84). Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Servant leadership within organizational contexts: Identifying core beliefs underlying servant leadership and infusing servant leadership into organizations. In Burkhardt, J.C. & Joslin, J.Y.|Hartnell, C.A., Lemoine, G.J., Ghahremani, H., & Stolter, D.J. (2020).|Inspiration for Servant Leaders: Lessons from fifty years of research and practice. (pp. 167-212). South Orange, NJ: Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership.
Emphasis on the public good. |Hennick, C., (2019). |Engineering Inc., March-April. (pp. 48-51). ACEC.
Conference Abstracts & Presentations
Creating Inclusive Organizations Through Shared Ownership, Participation, and Profit. |Shipper, F.W., Saner, Hoffman, R.C., Blasi, J., Kelly, M., Kurland, N.B., MacFarlane, I.D., & Nugnes, F. (2019). |Academy of Management annual meeting presentation.| Full Presentation
Building an Ownership Culture Through Servant Leadership. |MacFarlane, I.D. & Lemoine, G.J. (2018). | NCEO annual conference.
Evolving Ethically into the Anthropocene: Geoscience and the “Benefit Corporation” to Promote Sustainability Progress. |MacFarlane, I.D. & Barry, E.E. (2017). | GSA annual conference.
A Case on Adopting “Constitutionally-Obligating” Structures for Organizational Development. |MacFarlane, I.D. (2017). | Annual Beyster Symposium.
The Role of Philanthropy in Promoting an Ownership Culture. |MacFarlane, I.D., & Allen, E. (2019)|Annual conference of The ESOP Association. Washington D.C.
Research and Teaching of Benefit Corporations. |Kurland, N.B., Birshara, N.D., Cochran, P.L., Litzky, B., MacFarlane, I.D., Portocarrero, F., Smith, W.P., & Winkler, A-L. (2017). | Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society. 28: 142-145.
Reaching the Head Through the Heart: Servant Leadership, Decision-Making, and Financial Performance. |Lemoine, G.J., Watts, D.I., & Hora, S. (2020). | Academy of Management Proceedings.
Benefit corporations, hybridity, organizational identity, and the reintegration of capitalism. |Kurland, N.B. (2018). | Academy of Management Proceedings.