Chapters, Articles and Other Publications

CHAPTERS, ARTICLES, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Dwyer, B. & Gigliotti, R. A. (2017). From institutional diversity and inclusion to societal equity and justice: Higher education as a leadership training ground for the public good. In Boitano. A. & Schockman, H. E. (Eds.), Breaking the zero-sum game: Transforming societies through inclusive leadership (pp. 285-304). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

Gigliotti, R. A., Dwyer, B., & Ruiz-Mesa, K. (2017). Campus unrest in American higher education: Challenges and opportunities for strategic diversity leadership. In Chin, J. L., Trimble, J. E., & Garcia, J. E. (Eds.), Global and culturally diverse leaders and leadership: New dimensions, opportunities and challenges for business, industry, education and society (211-231). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

Ruben, B. D. & Gigliotti, R. A. (2017). Are higher education institutions and their leadership needs unique? Vertical and horizontal perspectives. Higher Education Review, 49(3), 27-52.

Fortunato, J. A., Gigliotti, R. A., & Ruben, B. D. (2017). Racial incidents at the University of Missouri: The value of leadership communication and stakeholder relationships. International Journal of Business Communication, 54(2), 199-209.

Ruben, B. D. & Gigliotti, R. A. (2017). Communication: Sine qua non of organizational leadership theory and practice. International Journal of Business Communication, 54(1), 12-30.

Gigliotti, R. A. & Ruben, B. D. (2017). Preparing higher education leaders: A conceptual, strategic, and operational approach. Journal of Leadership Education, 16(1), 96-114.

Ruben, B. D. & Gigliotti, R. A. (2016). Leadership as social influence: An expanded view of leadership communication theory and practice. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 23(4), 467-479

Ruben, B. D. & Gigliotti, R. A. (Forthcoming). Communication: Sine qua non of organizational leadership theory and practice. International Journal of Business Communication.

Ruben, B. D. & Gigliotti, R. A. (Forthcoming). Leadership as social influence: An expanded view of leadership communication theory and practice. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.

Gigliotti, R. A., Agnew, B., Goldthwaite, C., Sahay, S., Dwyer, M., & Ruben, B. D. (2016). Scholar in training; leader in training: The Rutgers University PreDoctoral Leadership Development Institute. In P. Blessinger & D. Stockley (Eds.), Emerging directions in doctoral education (pp. 39-59). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

Immordino, K. M., Gigliotti, R. A., Ruben, B. D. & Tromp, S. (2016). Evaluating the impact of strategic planning in higher education. Educational Planning, 23(1), 35-47.

Ruben, B.D., Immordino, K.M., Tromp, S. and Agnew, B. Using Interactive, Scenario-Based Simulations for Leadership Development. Handbook of Research on Improving Learning and Motivation through Educational Games: Multidisciplinary Approaches, ed. by Patrick Felicia. Hershey, PA. IGI Global Publishers, 2010.

Ruben, B. D., Immordino, K. M., and Tromp, S. A., Applying Business Insight and Strategy Within the Academy: An Idea Whose Time Has Come. In The Business of Higher Education, ed. by J. Knapp and D. Siegel, Praeger Perspectives Series, pp. 225-263, 2009.

Ruben, B. D. Higher Education Assessment: Linking Accreditation Standards and the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria. New Directions for Higher Education. In Susan C. White and Theodore S.

Glickman, eds., New York: Wiley, Spring, Volume 137, Spring, 2007, 59-83.

Ruben, B. D., T. Russ, S. M. Smulowitz, and S. L. Connaughton. Evaluating the Impact of

Organizational Self-Assessment in Higher Education: The Malcolm Baldrige/Excellence in Higher Education Framework. Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 28(3), 2007. 230-249.

Ruben, B. D., and S. M. Smulowitz, Core Communication. A Guide to Organizational Assessment, Planning and Improvement. San Francisco: International Association of Business Communicators, 2007, 99 pp. (B) Collateral publication

Ruben, B. D., Departmental Effectiveness: What Is It? Why Is It Important? How Can It Be Achieved? Effective Practices for Academic Leaders, 1(12), 2006. (A) Abstracted and discussed in Reis, R., “Managing a Career Versus Managing a Program or Department,” No. 782,

tomorrows-professor@lists.stanford.edu, March 9, 2007.

Ruben, B. D., Linking Accreditation and the Malcolm Baldrige Framework. Academic Leader, May 2006, 22(5) 1,5.

Ruben, B. D., The Center for Organizational Development and Leadership at Rutgers University: A Case Study, “Organization Development and Change in Universities. A special issue of Advances in Developing Human Resources, 7(3), 2005, 368-395.

Advancing Community Engagement. Report prepared for the W. K. Kellogg Foundation

Leadership for Institutional Change Initiative (LINC). 2003.

Ruben, B.D., We Need Excellence Beyond the Classroom, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 47(44) July 13, 2001, B15-16.

Ruben, B., and L. Sandmeyer, The National Consortium for Continuous Improvement’s Role in

Higher Education, Business Officer, Aug, 2001.

Ruben, B. D., Take Charge of Our Own Destiny: Educational Self-Assessment Using a Baldrige Framework. American Association for School Administrators Quality Toolbox, March-April, 2001, 11(20).

Ruben, B., and Fridrich, A., Reshaping the Future of Service. Business Officer, Dec, 2000.

Ruben, B. D., The Ivory Tower -2000 (The Daniel Gorenstein Memorial Award Lecture). For information, contact center@ol.rutgers.edu.

Ruben, B. D. and Lehr, J. K., Excellence in Higher Education: A Baldrige-based Self-Assessment Guide for Higher Education. Assessment Update, 11(1), Jan/Feb, 1999.

Ruben, B. D. and Lehr, J. K., Excellence in Higher Education: A Baldrige-based Self-Assessment Guide for Higher Education. Assessment Update, 11(1), Jan/Feb, 1999.

Rutgers 2003: A Progress Report. “The Red Tape Report Revisited.” In 1991, the Committee to Study Routine Requests for University Action undertook a review of then-current administrative practices at Rutgers, and in 1992 issued what has come to be called the Red Tape Report.
Rutgers 2003: A Progress Report is a review of the themes and recommendations outlined in the Red Tape Report.

 

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