Boje, D.M. Book review of Gareth
Morgan's Imaginizations for Administrative Science Quarterly,
Boje, D.M. "Changing the Quality
of Student Life at UCLA: A Study of Interorganizational Leadership," Sept.
Boje, D.M., "Juvenile Justice
Centers: Interorganizational Relations Under One Roof," for National Office
of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Preven-tion, Department of Justice,
254 pages, September 1983 (see "Contracts, Grants, Fellowships").
Boje, David M. "Two types of
transorganizational development networks." 1997.
Boje, David M., Gephart, Robert,
& Grace Ann Rosile "Deconstructing storytelling in the Burns and Stalker
Boje, David M. "Beyond Open
Systems Theory." 1997.
Boje, D.M., "Centrality in Interorganizational
Networks," dissertation abstracts, 1980.
Boje, D.M. & Hammergren,
B., "How to take over the Army: In Managing II, op.cit., pp. 317-323,
& reprinted in Whetten, D., Skill Training in Management, Ginn
& Company, Sep. 1980.
2002 - Enron Case Research
- Boje, D. M. (2016). Spice and Bath Salts Business Case: Complying with the Spirit and Intent of Drug Laws and Regulations. Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative August 10, 2016. Summary This is a case on ethics on rule of law. It is a live case involves a current situation. The main question is how businesses can comply with the spirit and intent of laws and regulations. The problem for cities across the United States is that as soon as a city ordinance declares a particular combination of synthetic chemicals that make up Spice and Bath Salts to be illegal, the manufacturers skirt the intent of the lay by substituting a different chemical combination, not listed in a particular ordinance. One of the key stakeholders is ‘Veterans Theater’ a group of homeless and veterans working with a business professor to use ‘theater for social change’ in plays and YouTubes to bring attention to the media, and City Council about ways Spice and Bath Salt business owners are circumventing local laws and regulations against distribution and sale of illegal drugs. In the live case, news articles, videos, and plays are presented to City Council, the Police, and business community to develop a new ordinance to combat the Spice (synthetic marijuana) and Bath Salts business activity, such as selling toxic materials to children and adults. The new ordinance is still under discussion, and will be decided upon, in 2017. See PDF of Case.
Public Use of Written Work
- 2009 - Pueblo Depot Activity Development Authority reprinted Boje's online article "SWOT Analysis Tool for Small Business." The Authority plans to issue a request for proposal within the coming 2-3 months. Charles J. Finley, Executive Director, Pueblo Depot Activity Development Authority. http://business.nmsu.edu/~dboje/sbc/pages/page3.html
- Boje's book comments for Ole Fogh Kirkeby's (2009) The New Protreptic book on ethics. "The Concept and the Art is a practical way for leaders to become Protreptic Guides, who ask Socratic Questions of all the stakeholders, including themselves. In the Protreptic Event, there is an answerability inquiry asking questions about institutional power, turning leadership among many stakeholders into a dialogical event..."