Call for Chapter proposals

Management Education for Integrity

Charles Wankel, St. John's University, New York, and Agata
Stachowicz-Stanusch, Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Editors 

In the wake of ongoing corporate scandals, society expects that, on one
hand, business educators will contribute to solving business ethical
problems by preparing a cohort of students who will raise the ethical
standards of the business world (Kurpis et al., 2008). On the other hand,
society expects management educators to continuously improve management
education's development of integrity in its learners.

We invite proposals for chapters on how management educators can better
equip students to robustly confront moral and ethical dilemmas with
requisite knowledge, sensitivity, and conviction.  

Proposals may address any approach to better align teaching with the need to
foster the development of managers with integrity.  Topics of interest
include but are not limited to:

*	the role of Positive Organization Scholarship in management
education for integrity;
*	the development, implementation, and use of codes of ethics and
*	integrity as a core value in organizations;
*	the development of business school programs, policies, procedures,
and agendas as paradigms of ethical practice;
*	the development of moral character in business students;
*	development of curricula to support ethical orientations in
*	sensitizing learners to the gamut of ethical and unethical
organizational cultures so they understand possibilities;
*	honor codes;
*	spirituality in management education;
*	using case studies and examples of piratical approaches to
conducting business as forums for learning how to act when one finds
himself/herself in a job in an unscrupulous organization;

*	the factors and dimensions of ethical competency in managers;
*	the implications of national cultural differences in management
education for integrity;
*	best practices in management education for integrity;
*	social media as tools for fostering integrity in management
*	e-learning in support of business ethics;
*	the use of immersive 3D virtual world contexts for developing
integrity and business students.


Book chapter proposals received: September 15, 2010

Notification of accepted chapter proposals:  October 15, 2010

Receipt of full book chapters: February 1, 2011

Chapter authors receive reviews with feedback:  March 1, 2011

Final revisions due:  April 15, 2011

Submit a one-page or so chapter proposal.  Also, include for each of the
coauthors a brief biography including terminal degree, current institutional
affiliation and position, and a listing of any related publications. For
each coauthor include contact information, so we can readily contact you
such as: email address, mobile phone, work phone, home phone, and Skype (if
you do not mind us contacting you through these).

Send proposals and inquiries to both:

Charles Wankel [log in to unmask]


Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch  [log in to unmask]