About the Editor & Authors

Radha R. Sharma is an executive alumnus of Harvard Business School and is certified in CSR by World Bank Institute, British Council, and New Academy of Business, UK. She is an active member of the UN Global Compact Network and international PRME working group on Sustainability Mindset. She has completed research projects supported by the World Health Organization, McClelland Centre for Research & Innovation, IDRC, Humanistic Management Network, UNESCO, and Academy of Management, among others. She is Dean, Research & Industry-Academia Linkages at New Delhi Institute of Management, New Delhi, India. Prior to this, she functioned as the Dean of the Research and Centres of Excellence at Management Development Institute (MDI) Gurgaon, India. She was chairperson of the Centre of Positive Scholarship for Organisational Sustainability, Hero MotoCorp chair professor, and professor, organizational behavior at MDI. She has served as ICCR chair professor at HHL Leipzig Graduate School Management, a visiting professor at European Business School, Germany; ESCP-Europe, Italy; University of Leipzig, Germany; and a guest professor at Wittenberg Centre for Global Ethics.

She has performed a 5-year leadership pipeline role at the International Theme Committee (ITC), Academy of Management (AOM), USA, and was recognized with a plaque for her role as ITC Chair (2018) by the president of AOM. She has received several awards and honors, including Outstanding Cutting-Edge Research Paper Award, 2005 (AHRD, USA); Best Researcher Award, 2008 (AIMS International); Best Symposium Award, Management Education Division, AOM (2018); Finalist Book Award (scholarly), 2018 International Humanistic Management Association, and Hind Rattan Award, 2015. Her research interests are emotional intelligence, executive burnout, gender equity, competencies, spirituality, sustainability and well-being. Her publications include 16 books, popular among them being HRM for Organizational Sustainability (2019); Managing for Responsibility: A Sourcebook for an Alternative Paradigm (co-ed.; Business Expert Press, 2017); Executive Burnout: Eastern and Western Concepts, Models and Approaches for Mitigation (co-authored with Cary Cooper, Emerald, 2017); Change Management and Organizational Transformation (McGraw-Hill Co., 2012); Reinventing Society: Search for a Paradigm (co-ed., Macmillan, 2013); Change Management: Concept and Applications (McGraw-Hill Co., 2007); 360-Degree Feedback, Competency Mapping and Assessment Centers (Tata McGraw-Hill, 2002); Organizational Behavior (co-authored with Steven McShane and Mary Ann Von Glinow (McGraw-Hill Co., 3 editions: 2011/08/06); and Enhancing Academic Achievement: Role of Personality Factors (Concept, 1985), among others. She has published a large number of research papers in peer-reviewed impact factor journals. She is associate editor, Frontiers in Psychology (A category journal); former editor, Vision—The Journal of Business Perspective (ABDC & ESCI Scopus indexed), and she is on the editorial board of AIMS International Journal and is reviewer for Business Ethics: A European Review; International Journal of HRM; Journal of Management Spirituality & Religion; Journal of Management Development (Emerald), Cross-cultural Management—An International Journal (Emerald), Gender in Management: An International Journal, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Evidence-Based HRM, Current Psychology, Manpower Journal, Vikalpa (IIMA), Management Decision (Emerald), Humanistic Management Journal (Springer), Journal of Case Research (XIMB), Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, Management Decision, International Journal of Education Economics and Development, African Journal of Business Management, Asia Pacific Business, IIM Bangalore Review, Indian Journal of Applied Manpower Research, and Global Business Review, among others. She has edited special issues of Vision on “Sustainability” (2019); Green Management and Circular Economy (2020); Recent Trends in OB Research (2020) Frontiers in Psychology on “Gender Diversity in the Workplace, Organizational Virtuousness and Well-Being” (2019); and Women and Entrepreneurship (2019).

Aard Groen is dean and professor of Entrepreneurship & Valorisation at the University of Groningen and has a broad interest in research, teaching, and business development support (in incubators and projects with companies and universities with innovation and/or business development needs). While working for more than 20 years at the University of Twente, he has established NIKOS (Netherlands Institute for Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship). Since 1st of January 2020, he is fully engaged as a co-founder of the University of Groningen Centre of Entrepreneurship (UGCE). This centre contributes to building student’s entrepreneurship competencies through teaching programmes. After finishing his PhD at the University of Groningen, he worked at Van Hall Institute teaching environmental management and at Fugro as a department head/consultant on environmental management.

Brent D. Beal received his PhD in management from the Lowry Mays College and Graduate School of Business at Texas A&M University and is currently a professor of management in the College of Business and Technology at the University of Texas at Tyler. He conducts research in the area of corporate social responsibility and has published articles in various journals, including in Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Management, Journal of Philosophical Economics, Business Horizons, Journal of Managerial Issues, Case Research Journal, Business Case Journal, and Journal of Case Studies, among others.

Chantal van Esch, PhD is Assistant Professor of Management at Management and Human Resources Department, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California.

Chinmoy Bandyopadhyay is a doctoral candidate in the area of marketing at the Xavier Institute of Management, Xavier University, Bhubaneswar, India. His doctoral work focuses on how social enterprises position their brand to multiple stakeholders. Previously, Chinmoy worked as a manager for nonprofit organizations in different parts of India. His research has appeared in academic journals such as Journal of Nonprofit and Public Sector Marketing and Marketing Intelligence and Planning.

Cristian R. Loza Adaui received his doctoral degree from the Ingolstadt School of Management of the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany, and is now researcher and lecturer at the Chair of Business Administration with focus on strategic and values-driven management at the Institute of Economics of the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany. His research focuses on business ethics, strategic management, humanistic management, social responsibility, sustainability reporting, and business and society in Latin America.

Daniela Ortiz Avram is a teaching coordinator and senior researcher at the Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainable Strategy (IBES) at the FHWien der WKW, University of Applied Sciences for Management in Communication in Vienna, Austria (ibes.fh-wien.ac.at).

She studied philosophy with a specialization in ethics and anthropology at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross (Rome), where she also completed her doctoral studies. She also holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Innsbruck.

From 2016 to 2019, she headed the “Competence Team for Sustainable, Strategic and Opportunity-Oriented Management of SMEs” at FHWien der WKW, sponsored by the City of Vienna. Prior to this, Dr. Ortiz Avram worked as associate researcher at the Research Center Markets, Culture and Ethics (MCE) in Rome and as a research assistant at the Management Center Innsbruck (MCI).

Diana Bilimoria, Diana Bilimoria, PhD, is KeyBank Professor and Professor and Chair of Organizational Behavior at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University. Her research interests focus on gender, diversity, equity, and inclusion in governance and leadership, and organizational transformation. Dr. Bilimoria has authored several books and published in leading journals and edited volumes. Recent awards she has received include the Scholarly Contributions to Educational Practice Advancing Women in Leadership Award from the Gender and Diversity in Organizations division of the Academy of Management, and the Weatherhead School of Management Enduring Research Impact Award.

Divya Bhutiani is a researcher in the areas of sustainability, organizational culture change, and business education. She obtained her doctoral degree (PhD) from the University of Twente in the Netherlands with a thesis titled “Social entrepreneurship, transformational leadership and emergence of sustainable organizations.” She holds an MBA degree in human resource management from ICFAI Business School, India. She is currently working as a consultant at ERM in Houston, USA. She is a visiting assistant professor at LM Thapar School of Management.

Giorgio Mion received his PhD from the University “Ca’ Foscari” of Venice, and is associate professor of business administration at the University of Verona. He is the director of the post-graduate program in business ethics and president of the Teaching Board of the Master’s Degree in Business Management and Strategy. His research interests include business ethics, hybrid organizations, and sustainability reporting.

Gregory G. Dess, presently holds the Andrew R. Cecil Endowed Chair in Applied Ethics at the University of Texas at Dallas. His research interests are in strategic management and entrepreneurship. He has published over 50 articles in many academic and practitioner journals as well as served on the editorial boards of several major journals. He has co-authored several books, including Strategic Management: Text and Cases (2019, 9th edition, McGraw-Hill Education), as well as two books targeted at the practitioner market: Beyond Productivity (AMACOM) and Mission Critical (Irwin Business). Dr. Dess received his Bachelor of Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech, his M.B.A. from Georgia State University, and his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Washington. He received an honorary doctorate in 2009 from the University of Bern (Switzerland).

Jennifer J. Griffin is Raymond C. Baumhart, S.J., endowed chair of business ethics and professor of strategy at Loyola University, Chicago and is an award-winning scholar and internationally recognized educator. Her book, published by Cambridge University Press, examining social impact and innovative CSR, Managing Corporate Impacts: Co-creating Value, won the Academy of Management SIM 2017 Best Book Award. Jenn has earned the highest educator awards, including the Teaching Excellence Award, the MBA Teaching Award at GW’s School of Business, and was nominated nine times by students for the Best PhD Teacher Award and for the National Inspire Integrity Award.

Jyoti Bachani is an associate professor at Saint Mary’s College of California. She earned a PhD at London Business School, a masters in management science and engineering at Stanford, and MBA and bachelor of science (physics) from the Delhi University. She serves on the editorial board of Journal of Management Inquiry and as an executive member of the Western Academy of Management, and the Management Spirituality and Religion interest group of the Academy of Management. Formerly, she has been a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar, the president of the Western Casewriters Association, a board member of NACRA, and the editor-in-chief of the Emerald Emerging Markets Case Collection. She is a founding member of the U.S. and India Chapters of the International Humanistic Management Association.

Kulapan Chantarasap or Noelle is a sustainability professional with over 10 years of successful experience in the upstream oil and gas industry. With a bachelor’s degree in environmental economics and masters of science in environment and natural resource economics from Thailand’s most prestigious University, Kulapan is recognized consistently for performance excellence and contributions to success in corporate-wide sustainability program management and tactical execution of multiple sustainability programs. Her expertise includes understanding the industries’ requirement for international sustainability assessments, sustainability reporting, namely, the GRI G4 Guideline, AA 1000 Materiality Assessment, and CDP Climate Change. Presently, she is pursuing her second graduate degree in global sustainability at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia, USA.

Padmakumar Nair is the director and dean of L. M. Thapar School of Management, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Dera Bassi Campus (Punjab), India. He specializes in strategizing for sustainability, social and commercial entrepreneurship, and nanomaterials, with more than 55 publications in journals of international repute to his credit. He has worked both in academia and industry and has a combined experience of more than 30 years in various industries across the world. He has a PhD from the University of Twente in the Netherlands and a Doctor of Engineering (Dr. Engineering) degree from the University of Tokyo, Japan.

Parag Rastogi has over 25 years of industry experience. He earned his bachelor of engineering degree from BITS, Pilani, India, and MBA from XLRI, Jamshedpur, India. He has worked in leadership positions across various sectors like IT, CPG, retail, consulting, and media. He has wide-ranging interests in sustainability, entrepreneurship, and leadership development. He has to his credit three publications and one textbook.

Steven Olson is the Rollins Professor of marketing and entrepreneurship at the Gary W. Rollins College of Business, University of Tennessee–Chattanooga. He began his teaching career at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, where he cofounded the first nonprofit organization for corporate ethics in the United States and then founded and directed the programs in business and professional ethics at Emory’s Center for Ethics in Public Policy and the Professions. He served as a special advisor to the White House Council for Sustainable Development and to the UN Global Compact Task Force on Anti-Corruption. A graduate of Yale University (MA) and Emory University (PhD), his doctoral dissertation on the ethics of leadership received the International Leadership Association’s Jablin Award for “Best Dissertation” (2007).

Subhasis Ray is a professor of marketing at the Xavier Institute of Management, Xavier University, Bhubaneswar, India. He has more than 20 years of work experience in corporate and academia. His research interests are in sustainability, marketing, social innovation and entrepreneurship, CSR, emerging markets, and Indian philosophy and religion. He has published several articles in academic journals such as Journal of Business Research, Marketing Intelligence and Planning, Journal of Nonprofit and Public Sector Marketing, International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, and so on. He is also the chairperson of Centre for Business and Society, India.

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