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  1. Essential readings for the module 2 items
    These two books are essential readings for the module.
    1. Business Ethics - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2016

      Book Essential Chapters 1-5 only

    2. Very Short Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Studying - Brad Jackson, Ken Parry 2011

      Book Essential

  2. Session 1 - Introduction to Ethical Challenges in Leadership 5 items
    Please read the core lecture readings, the case study, and complete the exercise before coming to class.
    1. Very Short Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Studying - Brad Jackson, Ken Parry 2011

      Book Essential Pages 1-13

    2. Business Ethics - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2016

      Book Essential Pages 4-17

    3. Leadership Experience - Richard L. Daft 2004

      Book Essential EXERCISE on Page 123-124

  3. Session 2 - Overview of Ethical Theories 7 items
    Please read the core lecture readings, the case study, and complete the exercise before coming to class.
    1. Business Ethics - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2016

      Book Essential CASE on Page 94.

    2. Leadership Experience - Richard L. Daft 2016

      Book Essential EXERCISE on Page 110l

    3. Business Ethics - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2016

      Book Essential Pages 86-87, 92-113, 125.

    4. Business Ethics – Deontologically Revisited - Edwin R. Micewski, Carmelita Troy 2007-3-14

      Article Recommended

    5. Why Companies Are Blind to Child Labor - Danny Zane, Julie Irwin, Rebecca Walker Reczek

      Webpage Optional

  4. Session 3 - Ethical Decision-Making 9 items
    Please read the core lecture readings, the case study, and complete the exercise before coming to class.
    1. Business Ethics - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2016

      Book Essential CASE: UBS Rouge Trader. Pages 158-160.

    2. Business Ethics - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2016

      Book Essential Pages 135-174 (core text only)

    3. Leadership Experience - Richard L. Daft 2016

      Book Essential EXERCISE: Assess your moral courage - Page 184.

    4. Why 'good' managers make bad ethical choices - Saul W. Gellerman

      Chapter Recommended

    5. How (un)ethical are you? - Mahzarin R. Banaji, Max H. Bazerman, Dolly Chugh From the December 2003 Issue

      Article Recommended

    6. How to Tackle Your Toughest Decisions - Joseph L. Badaracco September 2016 Issue

      Article Recommended

    7. Ethical Breakdowns - Max H. Bazerman, Ann E. Tenbrunsel From the April 2011 Issue

      Article Recommended

  5. Session 4 - Leadership Theories: The Leader Perspective 6 items
    Please read the core lecture readings, the case study, and complete the exercise before coming to class.
    1. Very Short Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Studying - Brad Jackson, Ken Parry 2011

      Book Essential Pages 17-35.

    2. Case: TerraCycle (in Chapter 4) - Mike Valente

      Chapter Essential CASE: TerraCycle. Pages 105-106.

    3. Leadership Experience - Richard L. Daft 2016

      Book Essential EXERCISE: Your Ideal Leader Traits. Page 58.

    4. Chapter 1: Introduction and overview - G. A. Yukl

      Chapter Recommended Pages 17-23.

    5. The leadership experience - Richard L. Daft, Patricia G. Lane 2018

      Book Optional Chapters 2, 3, and pages 362-367

    6. The SAGE handbook of leadership - Alan Bryman, David Collinson, Keith Grint, Brad Jackson 2011

      Book Optional Chapter 22. Díaz-Sáenz, H. Transformational leadership

  6. Session 5 - Leadership Theories: The Follower Perspective 9 items
    Please read the core lecture readings, the case study, and complete the exercise before coming to class.
    1. Very Short Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Studying - Brad Jackson, Ken Parry 2011

      Book Essential Pages 36-54.

    2. Case: Volkswagen (in Chapter 1)

      Chapter Essential CASE: Volkswagen. Pages 22-25.

    3. Leadership Experience - Richard L. Daft 2016

      Book Essential EXERCISE: Listening and Asking Questions. Page 270.

    4. Leadership Experience - Richard L. Daft 2016

      Book Essential EXERCISE: Listen Like a Professional. Page 285.

    5. Being Ethical When the Boss is Not - MARY UHL-BIEN, MELISSA K. CARSTEN 2007-1

      Article Recommended

    6. Followership theory: A review and research agenda - Mary Uhl-Bien, Ronald E. Riggio, Kevin B. Lowe, Melissa K. Carsten 02/2014

      Article Recommended

    7. In Praise of Followers. - R. E. Kelley 1988

      Article Recommended

    8. Exploring social constructions of followership: A qualitative study - Melissa K. Carsten, Mary Uhl-Bien, Bradley J. West, Jaime L. Patera 2010-6

      Article Optional

  7. Session 6 - Leadership and Ethics 8 items
    Please read the core lecture readings, the case study, and complete the exercise before coming to class.
    1. Very Short Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Studying - Brad Jackson, Ken Parry 2011

      Book Essential Pages 105-120.

    2. Leadership Experience - Richard L. Daft 2016

      Book Essential EXERCISE: Leaders Right and Wrong. Pages 27-28.

    3. Responsible Leadership: Pathways to the Future - Nicola M. Pless, Thomas Maak 2011-1

      Article Recommended

    4. The authenticity problem - Jon Kolko 01/11/2009

      Article Recommended

    5. We don't need another hero - Joseph L. Badaracco

      Chapter Recommended

  8. Session 7 - Ethical leadership in action 8 items
    Please read the core lecture readings, the case study, and complete the exercise before coming to class.
    1. Business Ethics - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2016

      Book Essential Pages 218-219.

    2. Chapter 13: Ethical leadership - G.A. Yukl

      Chapter Recommended

    3. The Power of C.E.O. Activism - A. K. Chatterji, M. W. Toffel 01/04/2016

      Article Recommended

    4. Assessing the Impact of CEO Activism - A. K. Chatterji, M. W. Toffel

      Article Optional

  9. Session 8 - Leadership and Diversity 9 items
    Please read the core lecture readings, the case study, and complete the exercise before coming to class.
    1. Very Short Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Studying - Brad Jackson, Ken Parry 2011

      Book Essential Pages 21-24, 96-104.

    2. Case: Marimekko

      Chapter Essential CASE: Marimekko. Pages 425-435.

    3. Leadership Experience - Richard L. Daft 2016

      Book Essential EXERCISE: Unconscious Bias. Pages 123-124.

    4. Chapter 8: Gender and leadership - L. L. Carli, A. H. Eagly

      Chapter Recommended

    5. In Interviews, Female CEOs Say They Don’t Expect Much Support — at Home or at Work - Andromachi Athanasopoulou, Amanda Moss Cowan, Michael Smets, Timothy Morris

      Webpage Recommended

    6. The Business Case for Women Leaders: Meta-Analysis, Research Critique, and Path Forward - Jenny M. Hoobler, Courtney R. Masterson, Stella M. Nkomo, Eric J. Michel 07/2018

      Article Recommended

  10. Session 9 - Responsibilities of a Leader (I.) 11 items
    Please read the core lecture readings, the case study, and complete the exercise before coming to class.
    1. Business Ethics - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2016

      Book Essential Pages 48-58.

    2. Case: Tata: Leadership with trust

      Chapter Essential CASE: Tata. Pages 448-473.

    3. Stakeholder theory: The state of art - Bidhan L. Parmar, R. Edward Freeman, Jeffrey S. Harrison, Andrew C. Wicks 01/2010

      Article Recommended

    4. Responsible Leadership - Mark Moody-Stuart 2017-9-8

      Book Optional Please read pages 1-3, 30-35.

    5. Rediscovering Howard R. Bowen’s Legacy - Aurélien Acquier, Jean-Pascal Gond, Jean Pasquero 12/2011

      Article Optional

    6. Political Ideologies of CEOs - M. K. Chin, Donald C. Hambrick, Linda K. Treviño 06/2013

      Article Optional

  11. Session 10 - Responsibilities of a Leader (II.) 14 items
    Please read the core lecture readings, the case study, and complete the exercise before coming to class.
    1. Business Ethics - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2016

      Book Essential Pages 58-67, 184-187, 190-199.

    2. Case: Siemens AG (in Chapter 16) - Hans Krause Hansen

      Chapter Essential CASE: Siemens AG. Pages 421-424.

    3. Business Ethics - Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten 2016

      Book Essential EXERCISE: Getting explicit about the code of conduct. Pages 196-197.

    4. Corporate Reputation: Being Good and Looking Good - Rosa Chun, Antonio Argandoña, Christine Choirat, Donald S. Siegel 08/02/2019

      Article Recommended

    5. Managing for organizational integrity - Lynn Sharp Paine

      Chapter Recommended

    6. Contesting the Value of “Creating Shared Value” - Andrew Crane, Guido Palazzo, Laura J. Spence, Dirk Matten 02/2014

      Article Optional

    7. Misery Loves Companies: Rethinking Social Initiatives by Business - Joshua D. Margolis, James P. Walsh 06/2003

      Article Recommended

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