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Name: Andrew Sikula, Sr.
Title: Professor @ MUGC
Office: Management & Marketing/LCOB
CAMC contract award for $139,596 (1999).
CAMC contract award for $480,900 (2000).
CBER/GSM Research Partnership Grant for $32,200 (2000).
Other Intellectual Contributions:
“Healthcare Organization Managers Beware-Understand Your Ethical Constraints,” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2002 (Coauthored with Ashish Chandra).
“Academic Ethics and Student/Professor Negotiations: A Case Vignette on Graduate Student Teaching Assignments,”
Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2002 (Coauthored with Terry Polen).
“Global Management Ethics Table,” in Business Ethics: Ethical Decision Making and Cases, Fifth Edition, O. C. Ferrell, J. Fraedrich, and L. Ferrell, Editors: Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 2001.
“Management and Morality – A Book Review,” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1999.
“Ethically Excellent,” in Integrity at Work, Ken Shelton, Editor: Provo, Utah, Executive Excellence Publishing, 1998.
“Ethical Excellence,” Personal Excellence, Vol. 3, No. 6, 1998.
“Ethical Leadership,” TM 650, Dr. Eldon Larsen class, Marshall University, Graduate School of Education, South Charleston, West Virginia, Summer, May, 2002.
“Dissertation Research Seminar,” LS 797, Dr. Dennis Prisk class, Marshall University, Graduate School of Education, South Charleston, West Virginia, Spring, January, 2002.
“Feedback,” Leadership Intern Program, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Company, Buffalo, West Virginia, October, 2001.
“Leadership,” Leadership Development Academy, Division of Rehabilitation Services, West Virginia Department of Education and The Arts, Institute, West Virginia, October, 2001.
“Human Resource Management and Moral Management,” Ukrainian MBA Cohort, Industrial Management Institute (Kiev, Ukraine), Marshall University, Lewis College of Business, Huntington, West Virginia, June, 2001.
“Medical and Business Ethics,” Marshall University, School of Medicine, Harless Auditorium, Huntington, West Virginia, August, 2000.
“Ethical Leadership in Higher Education,” Ashland University, Administration and Board Retreat, Board Room, Ashland, Ohio, August, 1999.
“Ethical Considerations of Being a Proactive Professional,” National Association for Teacher Educators Summer Workshop, Alexis Park Resort & Spa, Las Vegas, Nevada, August, 1997.
“The (Non) Ethics of Re-engineering,” Center for Applied Professional Ethics, California State University-Chico, Chico, California, Spring, 1997.
“Ethical Dimensions of Marketing Pharmaceutical Products to the International Consumer Via The Internet,” Proceedings, Second International Healthcare Conference, July, 2002, Ankara, Turkey (Coauthored with Ashish Chandra).
“The Survival Game, Pharmacy Rendition: Unethical Practices in Pharmacy – Recommendations and Strategies for Improving Professional Image,” Proceedings of the 2001 International Business & Economic Research Conference, October, 2001, Reno, Nevada (Coauthored with Ashish Chandra).
“Cultural Influence on the Boundary Spanning Role: Case of a Korean Firm,” Proceedings of the Eighteenth Pan-Pacific Conference, May, 2001, Vina Del Mar, Chile (Coauthored with Chul Boo Huh and Chong Kim).
“Management Motivational Myths,” Proceedings, Joint meeting of the International Conference on Industry, Engineering and Management Systems (IEMS) and the International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering (ICC & IE), March, 2001, Cocoa Beach, Florida (Coauthored with Chong Kim).
“Ten Ethical Misconceptions,” Proceedings of the Eighth Annual National Conference on Applied Ethics in America, California State University, Long Beach, University Extension Services, February, 1997, Long Beach.
Publications (peer reviewed):
and Chong Kim and W. Blaker Bolling. “The Concept of Trinity and Its Application to Management Practice,” Insights For A Changing World, Vol. 2002, No. 1, 2002.
and John Sikula. “Be The Best: Leadership Issues In The New Century,” Insights For A Changing World, Vol. 2002, No. 1, 2002.
and Chul Boo Huh and Chong Kim. “A Comparative Analysis of Korean and American Management Education: A Knowledge-Based Odyssey,” International Journal of Value-Based Management, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2002.
and Nicholas A. Ciccarello, III. “The Relationship Between Company Size/Current Ethical Problems and The Formulation of Corporate Codes of Ethics,” Business Journal For Entrepreneurs, Vol. 2001, No. 3, 2001.
“The Five Biggest HRM Lies”, Public Personnel Management, Vol. 30, No. 3, 2001.
and Kurt Olmosk, Chong Kim and Stephen Cupps “A ‘New’ Theory of Management,” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2001.
and Chong Kim and Dennis Emmett. “Employee Relations Ethics and the Changing Nature of the American Work Force.” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2001.
and Kurt Olmosk. “Reconstructing Commerce and Reengineering Education,” Journal of Business and Public Affairs, Vol. 27, No. 1, 2000.
and Mark Levine. “A Decade of Corporate Ethical Leadership,” Ethics & Critical Thinking Quarterly Journal, Vol. 100, No. 1, 2000.
and David Heinze and Scott Sibary. “Relations Among Corporate Social Responsibility, Financial Soundness, and Investment Value in 22 Manufacturing Industry Groups,” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 9, No. 4, 1999.
and Scott Sibary and David Heinze. “Relationships Among Corporate Social Responsibility, Financial Soundness, and Investment Value in 20 Service Industry Groups,” Ethics & Critical Thinking Quarterly Journal, Vol. 99, No. 2, 1999.
Employee Relations Ethics, Mahwab, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001 (Coedited with John Sikula).
Professional/Community Based Service:
Serve on West Virginia Investment Trust Board, and South Charleston Area Development Corporation Board of Directors (forthcoming appointment.)
Academy of Management
Association for Practical and Applied Ethics
Attend annual AACSB business accreditation organizational meetings. Also attend state-wide “annual” meetings for Advantage Valley Development Group, Charleston Chamber of Commerce Who’s Who in West Virginia Business, South Charleston Chamber of Commerce Groundhog Breakfast and Economic Forecast, and MU/WVU Capital Classic Alumni Luncheon.
Marshall University, Distinguished Artists and Scholars Award, Senior Recipient for Excellence in Arts, Social Sciences, Humanities, Education & Business, 2002.
Marshall University, University Merit Awards, 2000 and 2001.
Marshall University, Lewis College of Business, Outstanding Researcher Award, 2000.
California State University, Chico College of Business, awarded Emeritus Professor of Management, 1999.
California State University, Chico College of Business, Outstanding Faculty Contribution Award, 1998-1999.
California State University, Chico College of Business, Department of Management, Most Valuable Player Award, 1998.
California State University, Chico Professional Development Honors Nominee, 1996.
College of Business Committee Assignments:
Director of Major Gifts Search Committee, Marshall University, South Charleston Campus.
Chair, Graduate Committee.
Chair, Intellectual Contributions Task Force.
Chair, M&M Division, Promotion and Tenure Committee.
Chair, A&LE Division Head Nominating (Search) Committee.
Chair, A&LE Division, Promotion and Tenure Committee .
Special Case Chair.
Special Chair, F&E Division, Promotion and Tenure Special Case Head.
Member, Executive Committee
Member (ex officio), LCOB Advisory Board
M&M Division Promotion and Tenure Committee
Chair, GSM Search Committee for an Academic Advisor
Faculty Mentor for Lorraine Anderson and Richard Agesa
University Committee Assignments:
Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty, West Virginia University.
Associate Deans Meeting, Research/Creative Activities Subcommittee for University’s 2010 Long Range Plan, Graduate Programs Advisory Committee, and Printing Services Task Force.
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