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SAMUEL M NATALE

PROFESSOR

MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, AND DECISION SCIENCES

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Diplomas/Degrees

Doctorate in Education/Psychology, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, Oxford, England (5)
Post-Doctoral Studies in Psychology, Tavistock Clinic, London, England, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, Oxford, England (4)
Master of Divinity, WESTON SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY, Cambridge, Massachusetts (3)
Master of Arts in Humanities, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, College Park, Maryland (2)
Bachelor of Arts in Humanities, LA SALLE COLLEGE, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1)

Recent Courses

Entrepreneurship/ Intrapreneurship
Leadership & Innovation In Complex Systems
Management Styles And Team Building
Management Theory/ Organizational Behavior
Persuasive Communications And Negotiation
Strategic Management

Teaching Specializations/Interests

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

ADELPHI UNIVERSITY, Garden City, New York 2000 to 2004/5
Tenured Professor of Strategic Management, School of Management
Chair, Rank and Tenure, 2006-2010
Director of Research, AACSB Accreditation (2003-5)
• Developed and conducted graduate courses in strategic management, organizational behavior and team building. Enriched the classroom experience, by recruiting corporate executives to serve as guest speakers.
• Collaborated with the dean to design an external graduate program, under consideration for launch at several corporate sites.
• Prepared a proposal to Parker Jewish Institute of Long Island University Hospital to provide consulting services for a staff re-organization and management skill enhancement initiative.
• Guided University faculty in setting up research projects and provided assistance in locating appropriate journals for publishing articles.
• Member Faculty Rank and Tenure Committee (2002).
• Member School of Business Curriculum Committee.
• Chair, Mission Statement Committee for AACSB.
• Director, Institute for Leadership, Governance and Ethics.
• Developed transfer of graduate courses to blended face to face and online format

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, England 1992 to present
Elected Visiting Fellow, Blackfriar’s Hall, University of Oxford, England, 2012
Elected, Visiting Fellow, Kellogg College 2010-2012
Director of Research and Funding, Center for Social Values in Education and Business
Senior Research Officer, Department of Educational Studies
• Liaison between Oxford University Department of Educational Studies and the US academic and business communities.
• Collaborate with business leaders to create targeted courses of study and specific curricula to address the needs of industry.
• Founded and direct the International Conference on Social Values attended by over 100 business and academic leaders, which was most recently sponsored by Arrow Electronics.
• Conduct research projects on business ethics and corporate values in conjunction with professionals domestically and overseas.
• Design and implement fund raising strategies focusing on major corporations and non-profit organizations.
• Appointed sabbatical visitor to Mansfield College, University of Oxford (January 1989).
• Elected visiting fellow, Kellogg College, University of Oxford, England (1994 to 1997).
• Senior research associate, Von Hugel Institute, Cambridge, England (1990 to 1997).
• Elected research fellow, Oxford Philosophy Trust, Oxford, England (1983 to present).

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, North Miami Shores, Florida 2004 to 2005 (Visiting)
Program Professor, Leadership, Fischler School of Education and Human Services
• Teach doctoral level courses and mentor doctoral students in conducting dissertation research.
• Currently in the process of redesigning the curriculum for Trends and Issues in Education course.
• Certified in online teaching in three platforms.
• Conduct research on cross cultural topics, and serve as a liaison with the University of Oxford (England) on collaborative research projects.
• Member of the University Curriculum Committee charged with reviewing and revising the undergraduate and graduate school curriculum for the School of Education and Human Services.
• Editor in chief of the international journals: Cross Cultural Management and Decision Ethics, and section editor for the Journal of Business Ethics.

DOWLING COLLEGE, Oakdale, New York 1997 to 2000
Dean, School of Business and Aviation and Transportation (8/99 to 8/00)
Professor of Management (8/97 to 8/00)
• Directed the School of Business with an enrollment of 2800 graduate and undergraduate students on three US campuses and two international sites.
• Instrumental in the hiring and development of 20 full-time faculty and over 75 adjunct professors.
• Controlled a $20 million annual budget for faculty, program development and acquisition of technology.
• Member of the college-wide Curriculum Committee and the Academic Standards Committee.
• Negotiated the launch of an EMBA program in partnership with IBM that will be housed at an IBM facility with instruction conducted by both Dowling and IBM faculty.
• Negotiated with American University of Rome to launch an International Business MBA for Fall 2000.
• Contributed to steady enrollment increases in the Saturday MBA Program.
• Directed and edited The International Journal of Value-Based Management as well as Cross-Cultural Management: An International Journal.
• Developed and directed the Center for Business and Professional Ethics in conducting applied research and training in the area of professional ethics.

COLLEGE OF ST. SCHOLASTICA, Duluth, Minnesota 1996 to 1997
Arend J. Sandbulte Professor in Ethics and Management
• Controlled a $1 million annual budget generated through an endowment from Minnesota Power and Lighting Corporation.
• Developed a consulting service specializing in corporate ethics, which conducted training seminars for corporate executives at Northwest Airlines and Benedict Health Systems.
• Provided leadership throughout the college in regard to curriculum development issues and objectives.
• Directed three international management journals and an international conference at Oxford University.
• Introduced and taught a course in conflict management for graduate students.


IONA COLLEGE, New Rochelle, New York 1986 to 1996
Chair, Department of Management
Director of Faculty Research and Development for AACSB
Director, Institute of Business and Professional Ethics
Full Tenured Professor, Studies in Corporate Values
• Created and implemented faculty development seminars, and chaired the Faculty Development Committee for the Hagan School of Business.
• Designed curriculum including the establishment of new course offerings in Conflict Management, Cross-Cultural Negotiations, Managing Change and Managing Technology.
• Encouraged faculty in scholarly activities resulting in a significant increase in faculty publications and leading to AACSB candidacy.
• Participated in the recruitment of undergraduate and graduate applicants, as well as professional faculty members.
• Evaluated untenured faculty and formulated recommendations for appointments.
• Recruited and managed a staff of independent research associates and editors.
• Supervised faculty and student research; provided academic advisement to graduate students.
• Developed fund raising programs and authored grant proposals targeted at corporate sponsors to provide financing to bridge American industry with research into corporate values.
• Taught graduate and undergraduate courses in management and ethics including human resource management, organizational behavior, business ethics, life cycle, assessment and research design, case study writing and project development.

UNIVERSITY OF BRIDGEPORT, Bridgeport, Connecticut 1980 to 1986
Tenured Associate Professor, Management
Director, Institute for Business and Professional Ethics

ST. JOHN’S UNIVERSITY, Jamaica, New York 1979 to 1980
Associate Professor

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, Bronx, New York 1978 to 1979
Assistant Professor

Books

Natale, S (2012). The Marketization and Commercialism of Education: Product, not Process. New York, NY: Global Scholarly Press.

Natale, Payette, Libettella & Sora (2011). The Empathetic Face of Organizations. Toronto, ON, Canada: North American Institute of Science and Information Technology (NAISIT) Publishers.

Beatitude Past Utterance: Balancing Life’s Issues, Volume XII (2008). Natale, Libertella. New York, NY: Oxford University Center for the Study of Values in Education and Business and GSP Publishers.


Book Chapters

Natale, S., Sora, S., Libetrella, A. (2014). Monopoly. Wiley Encyclopedia of Management 3rd Edition. New York, NY


Refereed Articles

Natale (with Doran) (2011), The Marketization of Education: An Ethical Dilemma. Jounrnal of Business Ethics, in press.

(2011), “The Empathic Face of Organizations. The New Faces of Organizations inteh 21st Century, 50-92.

(2011), “Cooperative Management in Energy Supply and Generation Co-operatives.”. International Journal of Cooperative Management, forthcoming in press.

Natale, S. and Doran C (2010), ἐμπάθεια (empatheia) and Caritas: The Role of Religion in Fair Trade Consumption. Journal of Business Ethics, in press, in press.

Natale S and Sora S (2010), Exceeding our Grasp:Curricular Change and the Challenge to the Assumptive World. Journal of Business Ethics.


Invited Presentation/Lecture

Samuel M. Natale (2011, January). Ethical Conflicts in Business. Kellogg College, University of Oxford, England.

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Samuel M. Natale (1011, December). The University in the 21st. Century. University of Brandon, Canada.


Other Scholarly/Artistic Work

BOOKS

Beatitude Past Utterance: Balancing Life’s Issues, Volume XII, Oxford University Center for the Study of Values in Education and Business and GSP Publishers, New York. 2008.

Communication: Reflections and Concerns, Global Scholarly Press, New York. 2007.

Business Education and Training A Value-Laden Process: Conflict and the ‘Sleep of Reason’, Volume XI, Oxford University Center for the Study of Values in Education and Business and GSP Publishers, New York. 2007.

Business Education and Training A Value-Laden Process: The Fate of Empires: Education in a Consilient World., Volume X, Oxford University Center for the Study of Values in Education and Business and GSP Publishers, New York. 2005.

Business Education and Training A Value-Laden Process: Instructed by Reason, (with Libertella), Volume IX, Oxford Center for the Study of Values in Education and Business and University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland. 2003.

Business Education and Training A Value-Laden Process: Immortal Longings, (with Libertella), Volume VIII, 2003, Oxford Center for the Study of Values in Education and Business and University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland. 2003.

The Moral Manager, (with Wilson and Perry) Studies in Business and Economics, Global Publications, SUNY: Binghamton University, 2002.

Higher Education in Crisis: The Corporate Eclipse of the University, (with Libertella and Hayward) Studies in Business and Economics, Global Publications, SUNY: Binghamton University, 2001.

Business, Education and Training Series: On the Threshold of the Millenium (volume VI), Oxford University Centre for the Study of Values in Education and Business (OXSVEB) and University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, 2000.

Business, Education and Training Series: New Wine in Old Bottles (volume VII), Oxford University Centre for the Study of Values in Education and Business (OXSVEB) and University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, 2000.

Corporate Structures, Business and the Management of Values, Edited (with Hoffman), Oxford University Department of Educational Studies (OXSVEB) and University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, 1998.

The Management of Values: Organizational and Educational Issues, Edited (with Hoffman), Oxford University Department of Educational Studies (OXSVEB) and University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, 1998.

Business Education Training: Education and Value Conflicts, The Developing Professional, Oxford University Centre for the Study of Values in Education and Business (OXSVEB) and University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, 1997.

Instilling Values in the Educational Process, Oxford University Centre for the Study of Values in Education and Business (OXSVEB) and University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, 1997.

Career and Value Conflicts (Volume I), Edited (with Fenton and Rothschild), Oxford University Centre for the Study of Values in Education and Business, 1995.

Career and Value Conflicts (Volume II), Edited (with Fenton and Rothschild), Oxford University Centre for the Study of Values in Education and Business, 1995.

Values, Work, Education: The Meaning of Work (Volume II), Studies in Social Valued Series, Edited, VIBS, Rodolfi Press, Netherlands, 1995.

Organization, Values, Work, Education: The Meaning of Work (Volume I), Studies in Social Values Series, Edited, VIBS, Rodolfi Press, Netherlands, 1995.

Things Old and New: Catholic Social Teaching Revisited (with Francis McHugh); Von Hugel Institute, St. Edmund College, Cambridge University; UPA, 1992, Lanham, Maryland, 1992.

Central Issues in Moral and Ethical Education (with John Wilson); Oxford Philosophy Trust and University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, 1991.

Ethics, Morals and Conflict in Industry (Editor), University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, 1989.

Ethics and Morals in Business, REP, Birmingham, Alabama, 1987, Second Edition, Revised and Expanded.

Ethics and Morals in Business, REP, Birmingham, Alabama, 1983.

Motivation and Perception: A Synthesis of Analytics, with J. Mulcahy, Collegium Press, 1983.

Pastoral Counselling: Reflections and Concerns, Paulist Press, New York City, 1977.

An Experiment in Empathy, National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales, London, England, 1972.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

“From Medics to Managers: The Ascent of the Entrepreneur” Summer Lecture delivered Kellogg College, University of Oxford, England, July 31, 2008, in press, Journal of Business Ethics (in press)

“From Hippocrates to HIPPA: The Collapse of the Assumptive World,” Journal of Business Ethics (in press, 2008).

“Teaching Informatics to Business Students,” (with Libertella and Sora) in College Teaching and Learning Conference Proceedings, June 2007.

“Raising the level of Abstraction in On-Line Education,”(with Libertella and Sora) in College Teaching and Learning Conference Proceedings, June 2007.

“Leadership: A moral and ethical perspective,” (with Libertella and Rothschild), International Journal of Cooperative Management, Vol 3, No. 6 July/August, 2007.

“Preparing Post Secondary Administrators to Lead Global Education: Specific Strategies and Practices,” (with Libertella and Ricci), International Journal of Decision Ethics,
Spring, 2006, Volume 2:2, p. 281.

“Central Issues of Computer Ethics” Samuel Natale (with Dennis L. Payette, and Sebastian Sora, International Journal of Decision Ethics, New York, 2006)

“Leadership: How Decisions are Made,” (with Driscoll, International Journal of Decision Ethics, (New York, 2006).

“Critical Thinking Performance Teams: Targeting tasksand Challenges,” (with Ricci) Journal Team Performance Management, Emerald Publications, London, England (2006).

“Five Stages of Executive Coaching: Better Process Makes Better Practice, (with Diamante) Journal of Business Ethics (2006).

“Decision Value Measures” (with Sora), International Journal of Decision Ethics, University of Oxford, England, (2006).

“Ethics and Decision Making in a Consilient World” (with Sora), Business Education and Training: The Fate of Empires: Education in a Consilient World. Volume X (2005).

“Monopoly” Blackwell Encyclopedic Dictionary of Business Ethics, (with O’Neill and Sora), Oxford, England. (2004).

“Leadership in Teams: Managerial Responses” (with Sora and Kavalipurapu), International Journal of Team Performance, (2004).

“The Ethical Dilemma of Merging the Roles of CEO and Chair of the Board,” (with Sora), International Journal of Corporate Governance, (2004).

Too Busy? Here are ten practical time management tips, Regent Business Review, Issue 9 (January/February 2004, pp. 20-21).

“Values and Their Impact on the Virtual Co-operative”, (with Sora), International Journal of Cooperative Management, Volume 1, No. 1, University of Leicester, England. (2003).

“Instructed By Reason, Leadership Reexamined” Chapter in Business Education and Training: A Value-Laden Process: Instructed by Reason. (edited by Natale and Libertella), Oxford University Center for the Study of Values in Education and Business, Volume 8. (2003).

"Quantitative' and 'Qualitative' Research: An Analysis" (with John B. Wilson), International Journal of Value-Based Management, Vol. 14, No, 1, pp. 1-10, 2001.

“Personal Values, Business Ethics and Strategic Development,” (with Mauro and Libertella), Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, Vol. 2, pp. 22-28, 1999.

“Language, Values and the Global Marketplace,” (with O’Neill and Neher), Corporate Structures: Business and the Management of Values, Oxford University for the Study of Values in Education and Business (OXSVEB) and UPA: Lanham, Maryland, 1998.

“University and Business Models,” (with Libertella), Business and the Management of Values, Oxford University for the Study of Values in Education and Business (OXSVEB) and UPA: Lanham, Maryland, 1998.

“Education-Business Partnership: Shifting Sands in the University and Corporate Community,” (with Libertella), Journal of Value Inquiry, 32, 257-268, 1998.

“Aspect of Change for Management in the Internet Environment,” (with S. Sora) in International Journal of Value-Based Management, Vol. 10, p. 1-7, 1998.

“Moral Education as a Prerequisite for Effective Managerial Decision Making,” (with J. Neher) in Festschrift for John Wilson, University Press of America, 1998 (in press).

“Inspiriting the Workplace” (with J. Neher) in Connections Between Spirit and Work in Career Development, Psychological Consulting Press, 1997.

“Empowerment in Work and Welfare: A Comparison Between Employment Issues and Human Services Practices,” in Empowerment in Organizations, Vol. 5, Issue 1, 1997.

“Value Conflicts in the Training of Professionals,” in Career and Value Conflicts, Oxford University Centre for the Study of Values in Education and Business (OXSVEB) and University Press of America, 1996.

“Human Action in Business: Praxiological and Ethical Dimensions,” Praxiology: Components of Managerial Action in a Diverse Working Environment, Transaction Publishers, Rutgers: the State University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1996.

"Ethical Decision Making Under Conditions of Conflict (with Rothschild and Perna) International Journal of Value Inquiry, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands, Volume 30, 1996.

“Monopolies” Dictionary of Business Ethics, Encyclopedia of Management, Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, England, 1996.

“Decision Making Process: The Key to Quality Decisions,” (with Libertella and Rothschild), American Journal of Management Development, Volume 1, Number 4, pp. 5-9, 1995.

“Team Management: A U.S. Perspective,” Team Management Journal, MCB University Press, London, England, 1995.

"Decision Making and Organizational Conflict: Educator's Profile, International Journal of Value Inquiry, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands, 1994.

"The Social Audit and Quality," (with J. Ford), Managerial Auditing Journal, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1994, MCB University Press, London.

"Quality as a Permeating Ethic," (with Sora & Sora), International Journal of Value-Based Management, Vol. 7, No. 1, (1994), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands.

"Social Control in Institutional Systems," International Journal of Applied Philosophy, Summer 1993.

"Ethical Decision Making Under Conditions of Conflict," (with Rothschild and Perna), Von Hugel Institute, St. Edmund College, University of Cambridge, England, November 20, 1991. Occasional Paper of the Oxford Philosophy Trust, 1992.

"International Telecommunications," (with S. A. Sora) International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology, Vol. 3, No. 3, September, 1990.

"Technological Change, Technostress & Industrial Humanism," (with Y. Sanker), International Journal of Value Based Management, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1990.

"The Constructive Use of Hate and Fear? A Response to Arthur Lipper," (with J.B. Wilson and S. A. Sora) International Journal of Value Based Management, Vol. 2, No. 2, 1989, pp. 69-72.

"How Envy Affects Management," International Journal of Technology Management (1989).

"Ethics and Decision Making: Conflict, Authority and Discipline" in Ethics and Conflict in Business, University Press of America, June, 1989.

"Values and Management," International Journal of Value-Based Management, Volume 1, No. 1, January, 1988, pp. 1-7.

"The Bored and Boring Patient," The Psychotherapy Patient, Volume 3, #3, Spring, 1987, pp. 31-41.

"Application of a Value-Based Moral Education Within a Corporate Setting," in Education in Religious Understanding, University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, 1987, pp. 65-75.

"Aging, Loneliness and Psychotherapeutic Strategies for Treatment," The Psychotherapy Patient, Volume 2, Number 4,60 Summer 1986, pp. 77-93.

"Counseling in Industry: A Priority," Journal of Pastoral Counseling, Volume 21, Number 2, 1986, pp. 132-140.

"Ethical Concerns in Administering a Contemporary Nonprofit Organization," Thought, (with L. Miles and R. Schaff) Volume 40, Number 237, June, 1985, pp. 221-233.

"Pastoral Counseling in Industry," Clinical Handbook of Pastoral Counseling, Paulist Press, Ramsey, New Jersey 1985, pp. 376-387.

"Social System Analytics and Ethics," Thought, (with J. Mulcahy), Volume 40, Number 30, June, 1985, pp. 205-220.

"First Steps in Moral Education," (with John Wilson), Volume 40, Number 237, Thought, June, 1985, pp. 119-140.

"Assessing Ethical and Religious Dimensions of Decision Making in Industry," Journal of Pastoral Counseling, Volume 20, Number 1, 1985, pp. 65-71.

"The Role of Confrontation in Psychotherapy with Religiously Committed Clients," The Psychotherapy Patient: A Journal of Attribute Based Practice, Volume 1, No. 3, Spring 1985, pp. 107-116.

"Success in Industry: Personality Considerations," Thrust: Journal of Employment and Training Professionals, Volume 5, Winter/Spring, 1984, pp. 13-19.

"Ethics, Morality and Marketing," NonProfit World Report, July/August, 1984, pp. 20-21.

"Organizational Ethics: What Is It?", NonProfit World Report, May/June, 1984, pp. 27-29.

"Stress Resulting from Membership in Ecclesial Organizations," Journal of Pastoral Counseling (Proceedings of the Symposium presented at the American Psychological Association, 1982), Volume 17, Number 1, Fall, 1983.

"Endless Corridors: The Stress of Organizational Living," Thought, Volume 58, No. 230, Fordham University, New York, September, 1983.

"Ethics and Enterprise," Journal of Business Ethics, Volume 2, Number 1, March, 1983.

"Achievement Motivation in Women," Thought, Fordham University, Volume 57, Number 226, September, 1982.

"Women in the 'Old Boy' Network," Thrust, Journal of Employment and Training Professionals, Volume 4, Number 1, Winter-Spring, 1982.

"A Family Systems Approach to Religious Education and Development," Religious Education, Volume 74, Number 3, May/June, 1979.

"Adolescent Identity in Secondary Education," in Resources for Youth, Mike Warren,(Ed.), Paulist Press, 1978.

"The Tribunal Vetitum: Limit-Setting and Confrontation," Studia Canonica, Volume 12, Number 2, 1978, Canada.

"Therapist Values Versus Client's Values," in Medical/Moral Problems R. Heyer, (Ed.), Paulist Press, 1977.

"Decision-Making: Managerial Perspectives," Thought, Volume 63, No. 248. pp. 32-51 (with O'Donnell & Osborne).

"Some Therapist Variables in Effective Patient Interaction," British Journal of Counseling and Guidance, Cambridge, England, 1973.

"Moral Education and Religious Education: A Distinction," Journal of Moral Education, Volume 1, 1970.

ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN PROCEEDINGS

"Technological Change and Technostress," Proceedings, United States Postal Service, Advanced Technology Conference, Volume 1 (of 3), 455-467.

"Social Control and Ethical Control in Different Political and Institutional Systems: Education," Second International Conference on Public Service Ethics, Siena, Italy, June 5-8, 1992, Proceedings.

"Cross Cultural Negotiations: A Negotiator's Profile," International Association for Business and Society, Leuven, Belgium, June 15, 1992, Proceedings.

"An Analysis of How Ethical Decisions Are Made Within and Between University Administrators With a History of Conflict," Global Village Conference, Barry University, Florida, February 27-29, 1992, Proceedings.

Rerum Novarum in the Information Age" (with Sora, IBM), St. Edmund College, Cambridge University, England, July 7-11, 1991, Proceedings.

"The Concept of "Christian Ethics" and "Christian Politics": Philosophical and Empirical Foundations for a Research Program," (with J.B. Wilson), Cambridge University, July 7-11, 1991, Proceedings.

"Ethical Constraints on the Management of Conflict," International Association for Conflict Management, Netherlands, June, 1991, Proceedings.

"Case Study Methodology: International and Value-Based Management Perspectives," in Proceedings, North American Case Writers and Research Association, Anaheim, California, August 6, 1988.

"New World Value Education," Proceedings, Improving University Teaching, Umea, Sweden, June 1988.

"The Case Study and Value-Based Management," Proceedings of the North American Case Development and Research Symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 8, 1987.

"Moral Development and Negotiations Training," Proceedings of the International Conference of the Conflict Management Group, June 24, 1987, pp. 27-28.

PAPERS PRESENTED TO PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

“Ethical Issues in Computer Technology,” Oxford University Department of Educational Studies, October 16, 2004, Research Seminar.

“The Basis for Interconnectedness,” (with Hyland and Zaccaria), 4th International Business-University Workshop, Tokyo, Japan, November 1999.

Keynote Address (with Hyland and Zaccaria), Okinawa Workshop: The New Role of Education in a Global Society, Okinawa, Japan, November 1999.

“Team Management: A Strategic Advantage,” (with Libertella and Edwards), Oxford University Center for the Study of Values in Education and Business (OXSVEB), Department of Educational Studies, Oxford, England, September 1998.

“Leading an Organization through a Changing Environment: The Management of Values and Change,” All Boards Meeting, Benedictine Health System, Minneapolis, Minnesota, September 1998.

“Governance, Performance and Accountability: The Problem of Outcome Assessment,” (with Libertella), Society for Educators and Scholars, Los Angeles, California, March 1998.

“Executive Decisions and Moral Value,” University of Oxford Center for the Study of Values in Education and Business, Oxford, England, February 1998.

“Implementing the Mission Statement,” Sisters of the Presentation Annual Hospital Board of Directors Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, February 1998.

“The Changing Face of American Higher Education: Outcome Based Concerns,” University of Oxford Department of Educational Studies, Oxford, England, February 12, 1998.

“An Outcome Based Model of Performance Evaluation”, (with A. Libertella) Oxford Philosophy Trust, Oxford, England, February 13, 1998.

“Power Authority and Mission: The Challenge of Board Membership: How is Performance Appraised?” SMPHC Annual Trustee Seminar, Scottsdale, Arizona, February 20, 1998.

“Leading an Organization through a Changing Environment,” Benedictine Health Systems, Minneapolis, Minnesota, September 1997.

“Conflict and Commitment: A Re-Assessment of Values,” Conference on Balancing Mission and Business, Benedictine Health System, Alexandria, Minnesota, May 1997.

“Ethics and Reality: the Conflict between Doing Well and Doing Good,” 19th Annual Minnesota Dialogue Breakfast, Duluth, Minnesota, April 1997.

“The Corporate University or the University Corporation: Examination of Issues Affecting Mergers of Corporate and University Systems: A Report,” (with A. Libertella and J. Neher), Oxford Philosophy Trust, England, April 1997.

“Social Science Thought at the Turn of the Centuries: Late 19th and 20th Century Issues in Education and Technology,” (with J. Neher), 20th Annual Conference of the Society of Educators and Scholars, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 1997.

“Urgent Issues in Business Ethics: A Research Model to Approach Dilemmas,” Kellogg College, University of Oxford, October 16, 1996.

“Aspects of Change for Management in the Internet Environment,” presented Third Biennial International Conference on Advances in Management, Framingham, Massachusetts, June 26-29, 1996.

“Education and Business: Partnership or Estrangement?” presented 19th International Conference of the Society of Educators and Scholars, Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, March 19, 1996.

“Aspects of Change in the Internet Environment,” (with Sora), presented Third International Conference on Advances in Management, Newton, Massachusetts, June 26-28, 1996.

“Critical Impact of Conflicted Decisions on Bottom Line Performance,” presented to the Oxford Philosophy Trust, Oxford, England, January 17, 1996.

“Modification of Corporate Culture as a Result of Value-Based Changes,” University of Oxford, Department of Educational Studies, October 24, 1995.

Presentation of New Cases at the North American Case Research Association Annual Conference, November 7-9, 1995, Orlando, Florida.

“Value Conflicts in the Training of Professionals,” Third International Conference on Social Values, University of Oxford, July 20, 1995.

“Shifting Language Use as an Indicator of Organizational Change,” University of Oxford, Department of Educational Studies, Oxford, England, March 1, 1995.

“Team Decision Making as a Model for Ethical Education in Business,” Oxford Philosophy Trust, Oxford, England, February 28, 1995.

"Education and Business Partnership: Changing Models of Corporations and Universities (with Libertella and Ford), BERA, University of Oxford, England, September 10, 1994.

"Moral Conflicts within Corporate/Educational Restructuring," Oxford Philosophy Trust, Oxford, England, September 9, 1994.

"The Changing Process in American Corporate Governance," (with Sora and Madden), Academy of Management Conference, Dallas, Texas, August 14, 1994.

"International Concerns in Continuing Adult Education: The Problem of Business Value Conflict," Presented, Oxford Philosophy Trust, Oxford, England, June, 1994.

"Health Care and Public Policy Ethics," Second International Conference in Public Policy Ethics, Sweden, Summer, 1994.

"An Ethical Context for Technology: Conflict and Accommodation," 22nd Conference on Value Inquiry, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, April 21-23, 1994.

"The Meanings of Work," Keynote Address, Second International Conference on Social Values, July 22-25, 1993 St. Catherine's College, University of Oxford, England.

"Quality, Ethics and Education: Foundations for a Productive Workplace," Second International Conference on Social Values, July 22-25, 1993 St. Catherine's College, University of Oxford, England.

"Quality: A Prerequisite View" (with SA Sora), TIMS/ORSA, 40th International Meeting of the Institute of Management Sciences, Chicago, May 16-19, 1993.

"The Concept of "Christian Ethics" and "Christian Politics": Philosophical and Empirical Foundations for a Research Program," (with J.B. Wilson)

"An Analysis of How Ethical Decisions Are Made Within and Between University Administrators With a History of Conflict," Global Village Conference, Barry University, Florida, February 27-29, 1992.

"Cross Cultural Negotiations: A Negotiator's Profile," International Association for Business and Society, Leuven, Belgium, June 15, 1992.

"Social Control and Ethical Control in Different Political and Institutional Systems: Education," Second International Conference on Public Service Ethics, Siena, Italy, June 5-8, 1992.

"Ethical Decision Making Under Conditions of Conflict," Von Hugel Institute, St. Edmund College, University of Cambridge, England, November 20, 1991.

"Rerum Novarum in the Information Age" (with Sora, IBM), St. Edmund College, Cambridge University, England, July 7-11, 1991.

"Ethical Constraints on the Management of Conflict," International Association for Conflict Management, Netherlands, June, 1991.

"Technological Change and Technostress," Fourth Advanced Technology Conference of the US Postal Service, Nov. 5-7, 1990, Washington, D.C.

"Technological Change, Technostress & Industrial Humanism," with Y. Sanker, Second International Conference in Management of Technology, Miami, Florida, March 1, 1990.

"Ethical Conflicts in the Transfer of Technology," DePaul/Nasher Business Morality Visiting Scholar Series, April, 30, 1990, Chicago, Illinois.

"Impact of Learning Style on Executive Value Choice," International Conference on Ethics and Values, Miami Beach, Florida, February 7-10, 1990.

"Ethics and Decision Making: Conflict, Authority, and Discipline," with Wilson et. al., Human Resource Management/Organizational Behavior Conference, Boston, Mass., November 9, 1989.

Leadership and Decision Styles (with Mulcahy and Paderon), Human Resource Management/Organizational Behavior Conference, Boston, Mass., November 10, 1989.
"Problems of Managing Change and Innovation Conflict in a Technological Environment", Imperial College, London, England, May 19, 1989.

"Ethical Conflicts in the Management of Technology," Warborough Trust, Oxford, England, November 22, 1988.

"Values and Consistency in a Value Based Management Domain," 13th Annual Conference Society of Educators and Scholars, Barry University, Miami, Florida October 8, 1988.

"How Envy Affects Management Decision," Presented at the Warborough Trust, University of Oxford, England, September 30, 1987.

"Personality Variables Involved in Industrial Relations Negotiation Training," Oxford University (Warborough Trust), 1987.

"Moral Development and Negotiations Training" International Conference on Conflict Management, June 24, 1987.

"Humor as an Intervention Technique in Treatment of Depressed Clients," New York State Psychological Association Convention, April 27, 1985, South Fallsburg, New York.

"Assessing Ethical and Religious Elements in Decision Making," to be presented to American Psychological Association, August, 1984, Toronto, Canada. Presenter and Chair of Symposium.

"Pastoral Counseling in Industry: Differing Results?", American Psychological Association, Anaheim, California, August, 1983.

"Curricular Issues in Business Ethics," Warborough Trust, University of Oxford, England, May 19, 1982.

"Stress Resulting from Membership in Ecclesial Organizations," American Psychological Association, Annual Convention, Washington, D.C. Presenter and Chair of Symposium, 1982.

"Achievement Motivation in Women: Business Implications," International Council of Psychology, Annual Convention, Los Angeles, California, August, 1981.

"Organizational Behavior of Women Within Religious Organizations: A Study of Boundaries," American Psychological Association, Annual Convention, Los Angeles, California, 1981.

"Changing Role of Women: Its Input into Structure," International Counsel of Psychology, Annual Convention, Bergen, Norway (August, 1980).

"The Necessity of a Psychology of Women's Course in Seminary Training," American Psychological Association, Annual Convention, Montreal, Canada, 1980.

Honors and Accomplishments

Appointed Associate Fellow, SKOPE, University of Oxford, England
Elected Visiting Fellow, Kellogg College, University of Oxford, England (2010-2012)
Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in the World
Elected Visiting Fellow, Kellogg College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England
Elected Fellow, Royal Society of Arts, London, England
Elected Fellow, Center for Business Ethics, Bentley College, Waltham, Massachusetts
Elected Senior Researcher, St. Edmund College, University of Cambridge, England
Elected Teacher of the Year, Sears Foundation

Professional Activities

CONSULTING EXPERIENCE

Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Decision Ethics, Oxford, England
Section Editor, Journal of Business Ethics, Springer, Netherlands
NATALE LTD, Riverhead, New York 1984 to present
• Developed and taught programs worldwide on topics including: project development, telecommunications and technology management, ethics and problems of human resource assessment, management technology, management innovation, TQM, communications, conflict and management of values, customer satisfaction research and training, business ethics and internationalizing curriculum.
• Clients include IBM, NYNEX, Singapore Press Holdings, Imperial College of London, The State of New York, Moscow Institute of National Economy, New York University School of Continuing Education, Northwest Airlines.

BUSINESS EDUCATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY, Somers, New York 1989 to present

• Actively involved in developing financial plans, opportunity management, program development and marketing strategies.

CERTIFIED ON EDUCATIONAL PLATFORMS

• WebCT (Nova Southeastern University)
• Blackboard (Adelphi University)
• Angel

ONLINE COURSE DEVELOPMENT

• Nova Southeastern University
• Grand Canyon University
• Various other online universities

ONLINE TEACHING

• Capella University (doctoral courses)
• Nova Southeastern University (doctoral courses)


CHAIR, DOCTORAL DISSERTATION COMMITTEE

• over one hundred doctoral dissertations as mentor/chair
• many as committee member

INTERNATIONAL EXTERNAL DOCTORAL EXAMINER

• University of Praetoria, Africa
• Andhra University, India

EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE

Editor-in-Chief (previous)

• Journal of Corporate Governance: An International Journal, MCB University Press, London, England
• International Journal of Value-Based Management, Kluwer International Publishers, Netherlands

• Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, MCB University Press, London, England
• Series on Values and Social Concerns, Rodolphi, Netherlands
• Co-Editor, Series on Management and Organizational Concerns, Dowling College Press, New York

Editor-in-Chief (current)

•International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Emerald Publications, England
• International Journal of Decision Ethics, Oxford, England.
• International Journal of Business Ethics (Section Editor), Netherlands.

Editorial Advisory Board
• Dowling College Press, Oakdale, New York
• Team Performance Management: An International Journal, MCB University Press, London, England
• American Journal of Management Development, MCB University Press, London, England
• International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology (IJCAT), Inderscience Enterprises, Ltd., Geneva, Switzerland
• Managerial Auditing Journal, MCB University Press, London, England
• Journal of Managerial Issues, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas
• Voices, Journal of the American Academy of Psychotherapists, New York, New York
• University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland
• Journal of Pastoral Care, Hilton Head, North Carolina
• Journal of Case Research, Skidmore College, New York
• Equal Opportunities International, Emerald, England.

Ad Hoc Reviewer

•Thought, Journal of Fordham University, Bronx, New York
• Academy of Management Review, New York, New York
• TIM

Regular Guest Editor

• The Psychotherapy Patient, Haworth Press, New York, New York
• Thought, New York, New York

Editorial Reviewer

• Wiley Interscience Division, New York, New York

Community and Corporate Leadership

International Association for Conflict Management
Academy of Management
Society of Business Ethics
Human Resource Management/Organizational Behavior, Assistant Director Program Development
New York University, School of Continuing Education, Global Advisory Board
American Psychological Association