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About Joan Marques

Joan Marques, PhD, EdD, serves as Dean and Professor of Management at Woodbury University’s School of Business. She holds a PhD from Tilburg University and an Ed.D. from Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology; an MBA from Woodbury University, and a BSc in Business Economics from MOC, Suriname. She completed the AACSB Bridge to Business Post-Doctoral Program at Tulane University’s Freeman School of Business. Dr. Marques teaches courses related to leadership, ethics, and organizational behavior in the MBA and BBA programs, and presents regularly at academic and professional workshops. Her research interests focus on workplace spirituality, ethical leadership, Buddhist psychology in management, and leadership awareness. Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Management Development, Journal of Organizational Analysis, Corporate Governance, International Journal of Organizational Analysis, Journal of Communication Management, Business and Society, Human Resource Development Quarterly, Leadership & Organization Development Journal, and more. Joan has (co-)authored and co-edited 19 books so far, all of which aimed at enhancing readers’ awareness and improving the quality of their lives. A majority of these books serve as main or supplementary material in university management and leadership courses or workshops, while others focus on a broader audience. Her most recent co-edited works (with Dr. Satinder Dhiman) are, Leadership Today: Practices for Personal and Professional Performance (Springer, 2016), and Spirituality and Sustainability: New Horizons and Exemplary Approaches (Springer, 2016). Her most recent single-authored book is, Leadership: Finding Balance between Ambition and Acceptance (Routledge, 2016).
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Social Edupreneurs in the Business Classroom can Produce Powerful Results
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Social Edupreneurs in the Business Classroom can Produce Powerful Results

Business education has come under fire from different angles in recent years, leading some even to question whether B-Schools should not wholly be overhauled. The criticism comprises a wide scale …
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