Verbos, Amy

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Finance & Business Law
Position
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-5461
Office Location
HH 3511

PRME North America Research Excellence Award
October 2017
PRME North America Chapter

Ph.D. in Management Science
Organizations and Strategic Management
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2009
Masters of Public Administration
Nonprofit Organizations and Management
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2003
Juris Doctor
University of Wisconsin Law School
1984
Bachelors of Business Administration
Marketing
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
1981

Academy of Legal Studies in Business
June 2014 - Current
State Bar of Wisconsin
June 1984 - Current

Can We Transform Systematically Important Financial Institutions to Induce Financial and Social Sustainability?
Mohammad Jafarinejad
An Overview of Indigenous Aspirations and Rights: The Case for Responsible Business and Management
Examining the Intersectionality of Barriers to Employment: Toward an Understanding of the Effects of Multiple Barriers
Angela Hall, Stacy Hickox, and Jacob McCartney
A PRME’R for Business Law Faculty on the Principles for Responsible Management Education and Positive Ethical Values
An Analysis of Sports Teams’ “Indian” Mascots: Implications for Native Americans
Carma Claw Nez
Social Entrepreneurship in Indian Country USA: Lessons from Tribal Enterprises
Carolyn Birmingham, Stephanie Black, and Daniel Stewart
Being Native American in Business: Identity and Leadership in Modern American Indian Enterprises
Daniel Stewart, Carolyn Birmingham, Stephanie Black, Joseph Gladstone
Indigenous Perspectives on the UN Global Compact’s Business Reference Guide to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (and the PRME)
Panelists: D. Kennedy, J.S. Fladstone, C. Spiller, E. Henry, R. Wolfgramm, M. Evans, D. Stewart
Gender Equality in the Curriculum: The Power of "Her"
Deanna M. Kennedy
Native American Values Applied to Leadership and Business Ethics Education
Deanna M. Kennedy and Carma Claw Nez
Just people in the making
Maria T. Humphries
Taking empowerment from tasks to relationships: A conceptual model of protégé empowerment in developmental relationships
Rowena Ortiz-Walters and Julia Fullick
The power of "Her": PRME'ing gender equity in the classroom
Deanna M. Kennedy, Susan Adams, Maria T. Humphries, and Maureen Kilgour
Engaging voices in Native American talking circles
Daniel Stewart
Gender in management: PRME-ing the conversations
Jennifer Leigh
Holding fast to an ethical gaze: Sustaining justice for Earth and all her children
Maria T. Humphries
An illusion of inclusion? Indigenous rights and the PRME
Maria T. Humphries
Leadership matters: Gender equity in business schools
De Vee Dykstra
When harm is at stake: Ethical value orientation, managerial decisions, and relational outcomes
Women in business academia: An examination of female faculty attrition in business education
De Vee Dykstra
PRME praxis: Institutional change through Native American relational logics
Maria T. Humphries
Create timeless stories for inductive, reflective learning: Native American pedagogy
Deanna Kennedy, Joe Gladstone, & Daniel Stewart
Task and relational engagement: Conceptualizing multiple paths to team creativity
Deanna M. Kennedy and S. Amy Sommer
Sustainability through inductive and reflective pedagogy: Contemporary application of Native American story-telling
Daniel Stewart and Joe Gladstone
Sustaining your ability to be a rose among thorns
Beverly DeMarr and Lisa Stickney
Toward authenticity in teaching the Principles of Responsible Management Education
The confluence of institutional logics in co-governance: Ancient wisdom for modern times
Maria T. Humphries
Harmonizing the wisdom of all the ancients for human organization, organizational management, and environmental responsiveness
Maria T. Humphries
Open to others: Exploring the possibilities of indigenous work/life balance in the classroom and at work
Joe Gladstone, Daniel Stewart, and Maria T. Humphies
Open to the possibilities of appreciative team feedback
Yoriko Nagi
Indigenous rights and the PRME: Inclusion or illusion
Maria T. Humphries
Just, caring, and brave ethical organizational identities: Archetypes, constraints, and enablers
Proximal and distal variables: The social context of performance evaluation
Janice S. Miller
Measuring the relational dimension of ethical decisions
Native American cultural influences on career self-schemas and MBA aspirations
Deanna Kennedy and Joe Gladstone
Indigenous knowledge and management education. A roundtable
Daniel Stewart and Joe Gladstone
Cooperate, compete, or ignore? An interdependence theory perspective on stakeholder engagement
Janice S. Miller
Finding pathways for critical thinking exercises and adventures in motivation through goal setting
A career schema approach to developmental relationships
Belle Rose Ragins
Relational stakeholder engagement: Enacting care as a multi-level positive ethical identity
Janice S. Miller
Mentoring schema theory: Applying a social cognition lens to mentoring relationships
Belle Rose Ragins
Understanding the motivated mentor: Self-construals and willingness to mentor
Belle Rose Ragins and Lillian Eby
Envisioning business as relational mentor: Enacting a living code of ethics through the ethic of care to effect global change
Janice S. Miller and Joseph A. Gerard
The positive ethical organization: Enacting a living code of ethics and ethical organizational identity
Joseph A. Gerard, Paul R. Forshey, Charles S. Harding, and Janice S. Miller
Understanding high quality connections in mentoring relationships
Belle Rose Ragins
Excellence in management education: Courage and commitment at the profession’s entrance door
Doctoral Institute Participants
Conflict & change in nonprofit organizational identity & culture through business modes of thought
Uncoupling professional service organization structures from individualistic and economic roots: Toward a positive organizational vision
Assessing social enterprise: Stakeholders’ perspectives
Rita Cheng
Social enterprise strategy: A proposed effectuation decision framework for nonprofit organizations
The role of strategy-mission fit in advocacy for the disadvantaged

Microaggressions and Intersectionality at Academic Conferences
U.S. SIFIs, Regulation, and Fraud: Toward Financial and Social Sustainability
A PRME’R FOR BUSINESS LAW FACULTY ON THE PRINCIPLES FOR RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION AND POSITIVE ETHICAL VALUES
Journal of Legal Studies Education
A TRIBAL CRITICAL RACE THEORY ANALYSIS OF NON-GAMING TRIBAL SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Organization
A Native American Good Path to Business
Business & Society
Just people in the making
Cooperate, compete, or ignore: An interdependence perspective on engaging stakeholders in dialogue
Journal of Business Ethics
An Analysis of Sports Team's "Indian" Mascots: Legal and Ethical Issues
American Indian Business: Principles and Practices
University of Washington Press
Pg. 221
Legal Forms of Organization (in American Indian Business: Principles and Practices)
University of Washington Press
Native American Ethics Applied to Business (in American Indian Business: A Principles and Practices)
University of Washington Press
Business's effects on Indigenous aspirations and rights: An introduction
Indigenous Aspirations and Rights: The Case for Responsible Business and Management
Pg. 1-9
Indigenous Aspirations and Rights: The Case for Responsible Business and Management
Greenleaf Publishing PRME Series: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
Indigenous Human Rights Perils as an Ongoing Challenge
Indigenous Aspirations and Rights: The Case for Responsible Business and Management, pp. 76-87.
Pg. 76-87
Conclusion: Making the case for responsible business and management
Indigenous Aspirations and Rights: The Case for Responsible Business and Management
Pg. 169-177
Benefit Corporations as a Distraction: An Overview and Critique
Business and Professional Ethics Journal
Vol. 36 Iss. 2 Pg. 229-267
Furthering ethical organizational identity conceptualization
Journal of Corporate Citizenship
Vol. 66 Pg. 22-45
Being Native American in Business: Culture, Identity, and Authentic Leadership in Modern American Indian Enterprises
Leadership/Sage Publications
Vol. Online First Pg. 1-22
Native American values applied to leadership and business ethics education
Emerald Publishing
Indigenous Human Rights Perils in the Global Business Environment
Tri-State Academy of Legal Studies in Business
Embedding the PRME in Business Law Classes
Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice/North American Business Press
Vol. 16 Iss. 4 Pg. 11-24
Embedding the PRME in Business Law Classes
MBAA International
Relational Mentoring Episodes as a Catalyst for Empowering Protégés: A Conceptual Model
Human Resource Development Review
Vol. 14 Iss. 4 Pg. 486-508
Amplifying a relational ethic: A contribution to PRME praxis
Business and Society Review
Vol. 120 Iss. 1 Pg. 23-56
Indigenous wisdom and the PRME: Inclusion or illusion?
Journal of Management Development
Vol. 34 Iss. 1 Pg. 90-100
When harm is at stake: Ethical value orientation, managerial decisions, and relational outcomes
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 127 Iss. 1 Pg. 149-163
If at First You Don't Succeed: SEC Comments to Non-GAAP Disclosures in Registration Statements
Rocky Mountain Law Journal
Vol. 4 Pg. 7-27
Cleaning our houses: Gender equity in business schools
Greenleaf Publishing
Native American cultural influences on career self-schemas and MBA fit
Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion: An International Journal
Vol. 34 Iss. 3 Pg. 201-213
Native American cultural capital and business strategy: The culture-of-origin effect
American Indian Culture and Research Journal
Vol. 38 Iss. 4 Pg. 103-114
A Native American relational ethic: An indigenous perspective on teaching human responsibility
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 123 Iss. 1 Pg. 1-9
Challenging the institutional logic of the centre through Indigenous wisdom
Palgrave Macmillan
Employee social cognition and performance evaluation process reactions
Personnel Review
Vol. 43 Iss. 4 Pg. 515-535
Female business faculty attrition: Paths through the labyrinth
Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion: An International Journal
Vol. 33 Iss. 4 Pg. 372-383
Decoupling equality, diversity, and inclusion from liberal projects: Hailing Indigenous contributions to institutional change
Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion: An International Journal
Vol. 31 Iss. 5/6 Pg. 506-525
Coyote was walking…Management education in Indian time
Journal of Management Education
Vol. 35 Iss. 1 Pg. 51-65
Native American Values and Management Education: Envisioning an Inclusive Virtuous Circle
Journal of Management Education
Vol. 35 Iss. 1 Pg. 10-26
Hidden elephants: A dialogue to engage difference and create connections through American Indian values
OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators
Positive relationships in action: Relational mentoring and mentoring schemas in the workplace
Lawrence Erlbaum
Pg. 91-116
The positive ethical organization: Enacting a living code of ethics and ethical organizational identity
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 76 Iss. 1 Pg. 17-33

SACNAS
Washington, D.C.
Prep for and provide leadership development training to 30 minority STEM faculty who are in 3 cohorts, post-docs, early career, and late career
SACNAS
Palo Alto, CA
Prepped for and provided leadership development training to STEM professors who are Latino, Native American and African American in 3 cohorts: post-docs, early career, and late career.

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