Joan V. Gallos is an award-winning educator, author, academic leader, and scholar in the field of leadership and management education. Her scholarly interests center on professional effectiveness; innovative leadership and management pedagogy for a diverse work world; individual and organizational change; and expanding conceptions of what, how and why professionals learn. She is a passionate lover of the arts and sees their potential as a vehicle for leadership and organizational development and for enhancing professional agility and effectiveness.
– Named Icon of Education 2011 by Ingram’s Magazine [Here] –
– Featured in the Kansas City Star on MBA and EMBA education [Here] –
Publications of Interest:
- Reframing Academic Leadership with Lee G. Bolman (Jossey-Bass) NEW!
- Business Leadership, second edition (Jossey-Bass)
- Organization Development (Jossey-Bass)
- Teaching Diversity: Listening to the Soul, Speaking From the Heart with V. Jean Ramsey (Jossey-Bass)
- “Artful Teaching: Using the Visual, Creative and Performing Arts in Contemporary Management Education” in the Handbook of Management Learning, Education and Development (Sage)
- “Learning From the Toxic Trenches: The Winding Road to Healthier Organizations—and to Healthy Everyday Leaders.” Journal of Management Inquiry (December 2008)
Recent Awards and Honors:
- Appointed University of Missouri Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor, the highest faculty rank awarded by the University and the only Curators’ appointment in the history of the Bloch School
- Appointed OBTS Fellow: Sage of the Society by the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society for lifetime contributions fostering excellence in management teaching and learning
- Distinguished Service Award from the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society
- Named Ingram’s Magazine’s Icon of Education 2011 for her academic leadership and outstanding career contributions to education in Missouri and Kansas