Joan Weiner

Candid photo of Joan Weiner

Selected Works

Chapters

Boyer, G E., and Weiner, Joan, “Meet Darth Vader: An exercise in values clarification.” Organizational Behavior: Experiences and Cases, Ed. Marcic Dorothy, Joe Seltzer. Cincinnati, OH: South Western College Publishing, (1997):

Thompson, James, and Weiner, Joan, “Planning as a tool for building learning capacity.” Managing in organizations that learn, Ed. Cavaleri and David Fearon. (1996):

Boyer, G E., Seltzer, J, and Weiner, Joan, “Red & Blue Attitude Patterns.” Organizational Behavior: Cases & Problems, Ed. Dorothy Marcic. (1995):

Presented Research

Weiner, Joan, Zidulka, Amy, Riker-Munro, Carolin, and Kazer-Mitchell, Ingrid, Leverging the Learning of Online Learning: Stories and Discussion, OBTC: Nashville, Tn, (Jun 2014):

Weiner, Joan, Fearon, David, Meisel, Stephen, and Mirchandani, Dilip, Digital Technology - MOOCs, Facebook, Linked In, You Tube: Implications for the Future of Management Education, Eastern Academy of Management: Newport, RI, (May 2014):

Sleeth, Randall, Weiner, Joan, Dunham, Randall, Champoux, Joseph, and O’Neill, Bonnie, Teaching with Technology: Asking the Right Questions with and about Technology, Academy of Management: Anaheim, Ca, (Aug 2008):

Farber, Neil, Aboff, BM, Collier, V, Roche, , Weiner, Joan, and Boyer, EG, When the Patient does not pay: a survey of primary care physicians, (Oct 2007):

Keidel, Robert, and Weiner, Joan, ENABLING MORE COMPLEX COGNITION IN TURBULENT ENVIRONMENTS: THE CONTRIBUTION OF SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL THINKING, Academy of Management: Philadelphia, Pa, (Aug 2007):

Sleeth, Randell, Weiner, Joan, Dunham, Randell, and Armstrong, Deb, Teaching Well With Technology: helping students do good as managers, Academy of Management: Philadelphia, Pa, (Aug 2007):

Education

MBA - The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA 1976
PhD Social Systems Sciences - The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA 1981

Awards

1997 fellow (Fellow, Eastern Academy of Management)

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