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Scholarly Works

Joy Olabisi
Assistant Professor

2016 Submissions

Journal Paper

Eubanks, D., et al. "Team Dynamics in Virtual, Partially Distributed Teams: Optimal Role Fulfillment." Computers in Human Behavior. (2016): 1-10. Print. £

2015 Submissions

Published Conference Proceedings

Olabisi, Joy, et al. "Calculated Compassion from the Base of the Pyramid: When the Indigenous Entrepreneurs Become Global Entrepreneurs"." Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management. Lima, Peru: n.p., 2015. Print. £

Olabisi, Joy, Norma Juma, and Zhi Tang. "Stakeholder Transformation Process: Through the Lenses of Entrepreneurial Alertness within an Indigenous Community"." Proceedings of the International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference. New York, NY: n.p., 2015. Print. £

Olabisi, Joy, et al. "How Virtual is Your Leader? An Approach to Optimizing Virtual Leadership Effectiveness"." Proceedings of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia: n.p., 2015. Print. £

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

Oguntebi, Joy, et al. "Creativity in Early and Established Career: Insights into Multi-Level Drivers from Nobel Prize Winners." The Journal of Creative Behavior. (2014) Web. « £

Eubanks, D., et al. "Creativity in Early and Established Career: Insights into Multi-Level Drivers from Nobel Prize Winners." The Journal of Creative Behavior. (2014) Web. *

Book Chapter

Oguntebi, Dr. Joy, et al. "Time to Create: Pathways to Earlier and Later Creative Discoveries in Nobel Prize Winners." Creativity and Leadership in Science, Technology, and Innovation. New York, NY: Routledge, 2014. forthcoming. Print. £

2012 Submissions

Journal Paper

Lee, V. and J. Oguntebi. "Toward Learning and Knowledge Creation: Operationalising the Social Learning Cycle." Journal of General Management 37. 4 (2012): 29-53. Print. *

Oguntebi, J., Maria Shcherbakova, and Lynn Wooten. "Applying Diversity Management Concepts to Improve the Minority Educational Pipeline." Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education 10. 4 (2012): 473-494. Print. *