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ACMG 6675 Critical Thinking for Effective Management: Welcome & Course Readings

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ACMG 6675 Course Readings

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Clayton, M. (2008). Super models. Training Journal, 70.

Fetscher, S. (2008). Innovative cultures. Leadership Excellence, 25(4), 17.

Finkelstein, S., Whitehead, J., & Campbell, A. (2009). Think again: Why good leaders make bad decisions. Business Strategy Review, 20(2), 62–66.

Gavetti, G., & Rivkin, R. (2007). On the origin of strategy: Action and cognition over time. Organization Science, 18(3), 420–439.

Hamington, M. (2009). Business is not a game: The metaphoric fallacy. Journal of Business Ethics, 86(4), 473–484.

Herrmann-Nehdi, A. (2010). Whole brain thinking. T+D, 64(5), 36–41.

Jondle, D., Ardichvili, A., & Mitchell, J. (2014). Modeling ethical business culture: Development of the ethical business culture survey and its use to validate the CEBC model of ethical business culture. Journal of Business Ethics, 119(1), 29–43.

Lovallo, D., & Sibony, O. (2010). The case for behavioral strategy. McKinsey Quarterly, 2, 30–43.

Mantere, S., & Ketokivi, M. (2013). Reasoning in organization science. Academy of Management Review, 38(1), 70–89.

Martinez, E. A., Beaulieu, N., Gibbons, R., Pronovost, P., & Wang, T. (2015). Organizational culture and performance. The American Economic Review, 105(5), 331–335.

McGlade, J., & Pek, A. (2008). Spark your creative genius. Leader to Leader, 2008(49), 11–15.

Neal, K. (2010). Stepping up to the plate: Developing an effective business communication strategy. Information Management, 44(2), 38–41.

O’Quinn, K. (2009). The elements of persuasion: Three principles that will strengthen any appeal. Public Relations Tactics, 16(2), 20.