Presentations

 

  • Volkswagen: Business as Usual. (October 21, 2016). Twenty-Third International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference.  Buffalo, NY. Keynote address.

  • A Project Management Approach to Case Writing. (with S.K. Williams). (October 7, 2016.) NACRA Conference. Las Vegas, NV.

  • Developing a Community of Practice around Case Writing. (with R. Wilson-Mah). (October 7. 2016). NACRA Conference.  Las Vegas, NV.

  • Cases in Project Management: An Untapped Opportunity. (with V. Kanabar and R. Warburton). (May 5-7, 2016). CASE/EAM Conference. New Haven, CT.

  • Compact Cases: Improving Student Teaching in the Classroom. (with R. Morris). (October 8-10, 2015). NACRA Conference.  Orlando, FL.

  • How to Write Compact Cases (with R. Morris). (May 8-10, 2015). CASE Conference/Eastern Academy of Management. Philadelphia, PA.

  • The 7 Deadly Sins: Ethical Gaffes in Case Research & Writing. (with R. Morris). (October 23-25, 2014). NACRA Conference. Austin, TX.

  • Backwards Case Writing PDW. (with R. Morris).  (May 8-11, 2014). CASE Conference/Eastern Academy of Management.  Baltimore, MD.

  • **Live Cases for Global Travel Seminars. (with S. Khaksari).  (May 8-11, 2014). CASE Conference/Eastern Academy of Management.  Baltimore, MD.

  • Fish or Cut Bait. Case and Teaching Note.  (May 8-11, 2014). CASE Conference/Eastern Academy of Management.  Baltimore, MD.

  • Teaching with Cases:  Pedagogies to Promote Active Learning. (with R. Morris).  (May 8-11, 2013). CASE Conference/Eastern Academy of Management.  Philadelphia,PA.

  • A Focus on Student Learning Outcomes. (Panel Discussion with D. Litvin, M. Lam, X. Liu, J. Davis-Street).  (April 5-7, 2013).  Northeast Decision Sciences Institute.  Brooklyn, NY.

  • **Xtranormal Role Plays: A Technologically Enhanced Case Pedagogy  (with Morris, R.). (October 25-27, 2012).  54th  Annual North American Case Research Association Conference,  Quincy, MA.

  • Comparison of Social Network Influence on 3 Stages of Entrepreneurial Firm Development:  Evidence from Russian Gem Data  (with Shirokova, G. and But, I.)  (October 6-9, 2012).  32nd  Strategic Management Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

  • Separation of Management and Control in SMEs from Emerging Markets: The Role of Institutions. With G. Shirokova & D. Knatko.  Academy of Management Annual Meeting. (August 7, 2012).  Boston, MA.

  • Using Cases for Sustainable Learning. EABIS (The Academy of Business in Society) 11th Annual Colloquium (IMD, July 2-4, 2012). Geneva, Switzerland.

  • Non-Conventional Cases: Cases and Case Materials Delivered in Innovative, Unexpected, and Non-Traditional Formats. With Rebecca Morris.  2012 CASE Conference (EAM, May 2012). Philadelphia, PA.

  • Learning about business one entrepreneur at a time: Using a case study variant model to teach entrepreneurship to undergraduates.  (USASBE Conference Jan. 12, 2012).  New Orleans, LA.

  • The Howling Wolf Taqueria: Marketing the Good Wolf. With Christopher Titus. NACRA. San Antonio, TX. October 2011.

  • Unraveling Anonymous Internet Criminal Networks: Lessons from a Cyber Defense Team. With Benjamin Ngugi. 2011 CASE Conference (EAM, May 2011). Boston, MA

  • Publishing Your Case and Teaching with Cases: Tips, Techniques and Pedagogical Approaches. CASE Professional Development Workshop. 2011 CASE Conference (EAM, May 2011).  Boston, MA

  • ** The Influence of Institutional Environment on CEO Succession: Evidence from Russian SMEs.  (USASBE, January 2011).  Hilton Head, SC.

  • **Tara Trade:A Marketing Challenge in Lebanon. With Nisreen Bahnan. (USASBE, January 2011).  Hilton Head, SC.

  • **Rumor or Reality? (USASBE, January 2011).  Hilton Head, SC.

  • Qualitative Methods and Entrepreneurs; Case Research Study Model: Business One Entrepreneur at a Time; Writing Cases and IMs.  St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia (May 2010).  Fulbright Senior Specialist presentations.

  • DiPaul Inc: Transitioning in Measured Steps. 2010 CASE Conference (EAM, May 2010). Portland, ME

  • Moral Courage in Organizations.  Adult education presentation at Temple Emanu-El, Haverhill, MA.  January 24, 2010.

  • KaBloom!  Revolution in the Flower Industry. (with Colette Dumas, Beverly Kahn, and Jafar Mana). NACRA (North American Case Research Association).  Durham, NH.  October 23-25, 2008.

  • **Peanut butter and chocolate: Combining experiential exercises and teaching with cases.   Managing in a Global Economy Conference XII.  Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  (June 24-28, 2007).

  • **PET in action: An assessment instrument that identifies factors that could impede moral behavior.  Eastern Academy of Management, Experiential Learning Association.  New Brunswick, NJ.  (May 16-19, 2007).

  • **Teradyne: On the road to China. (case and teaching note).  (co-authored with K. Hung, N. Hunt, L. Levesque, H. Arslan, C. DeLaunay).  The CASE Association.  New Brunswick, NJ.  (May 16-19, 2007).

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  • **An Experiential Exercise that Introduces the Concept of the Personal Ethical Threshold to Develop Moral Courage.   Eastern Academy of Management. Springfield, MA. (May 11-14, 2005).

  • **Reinventing the Congregation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Case and Teaching Note. CASE Association at the Eastern Academy of Management. Springfield, MA.  (May 11-14, 2005).

  •  **Business Ethics, Social Entrepreneurship, and Service Learning: A Natural Partnership.  11th Annual Vincentians Conference Promoting Business Ethics.  Chicago, IL  (October 21-23, 2004).

  • **SONY Online Entertainment: EverQuest ® or EverCrack?”  (co-authored with J.W. Spain).  NACRA Annual Meeting. (October 7-9, 2004).  Revised and rewritten for publication.

  • Developmental Case Reviews.  The Society for Case Research summer workshop.  Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO.  (July 15-17, 2004).  Invited speaker.

  • **Overall, It’s Better to  be the Father than the Son (Case and Teaching Note).  NACRA Annual Meeting.  Tampa, FL. (November 6-8, 2003).

  • **EverQuest ® or EverCrack?”   The CASE Association, at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management.  Providence, RI. (May 13-15, 2004).

  • **Sticks and Stones May Break Your Bones, But Words Can Break Your Spirit:  Bullying in the Workplace.  (co-authored with D. R. Comer).  10th Annual Vincentians Conference Promoting Business Ethics.  Garden City, NY.  (October 22-24, 2003).

  • Back to the Future: The Development of an Integrated, Team-Taught Introductory Business Course at a Small College. Academy of Business Education.  San Francisco, CA.  (September 18-20, 2003).

  • **Telling Time and Virtual Teams: The Impact of Technology on Business Communication.  Eastern Academy of Management.  Baltimore, MD.  (April 30-May 3, 2003).

  • **Live and Learn: Values, Ethics, and Social Responsibility in Introductory Business/Management Education.  (with Catherine Bayer Hurst, Bruce W. Warren, and Jill Woodilla).  Eastern Academy of Management.  Baltimore, MD.  (April 30-May 3, 2003).

  • **What Button Do I Push? The Consequences of Conducting a Service Learning Project with Senior Citizens.  (with Mary McHugh).  Ninth Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics,  Niagara University.  Buffalo, NY.  (October 23-25, 2002).

  • **Unsavory Problems at Tasty’s: An Experiential Exercise About Whistleblowing.  (with Debra Comer).  Eastern Academy of Management, Experiential Learning Track, New Haven, CT.  (May 1-4,  2002).

  • Mentoring and a Bright Green Porsche.  (with  Matthew Romanowski).  Eastern Academy of Management Open Caucus Roundtable, New Haven, CT. (May 1-4, 2002).

  • An Enlightened Approach to Identifying a Publishing Market to Develop Your Career – A Panel.  (with Dorothy  P. Moore, Sheila M. Puffer, Jeannette Oppedisano, Lisa Miniero, Sherry Sullivan).  Eastern Academy of  Management, New Haven, CT.  (May 1-4, 2002).

  • Case Writing and Research: Reports from the Field.  Panel Chair. (with Barry Armandi, Jeannette Oppedisano, and Herbert Sherman).  IBAM 9, Charleston, SC.  (November 7-10, 2001).

  • **Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce: The biggest and the best.  Case and Teaching Note presented at NACRA (North American Case Research Association) Annual Meeting.  Memphis, TN.  (October 4-6, 2001).  

  • **Laptops on the Beach: Technological Creep and Home/Worklife Balance.  IESE 11th Annual Ethics and Business Conference.  University of Navarra, Spain.  (July 4-6, 2001). 

  • **How to Grow a Business in a Book.  Eastern Academy of Management 18th Annual Meeting.  New York City, May 9-12, 2001.  

  • **Operationalizing Maslow:  Business and Flow as Business Partners. With P. Primeaux.  At Our Best: Moral Lives in a Moral Community, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA.  February 22-24, 2001.

  • Telework as Magic Bullet?  Washington Area Conference on Telework and Telework America Day. Fairfax,  VA.  (October 24, 2000).

  • **Building the Case for Telework.  Symposium on Telework and the American Worker in the 21st Century.  U.S. Department of Labor.  New Orlean, LA.  (October 16, 2000).

  • Nuts and Berries in the Classroom: Gathering Data for Teaching Cases.  With Herbert Sherman. IBAM8 (Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management).  San Diego, CA.  (November 8-11, 2000). Abstract in proceedings.

  • Wet Sneakers, Bottom Lines, and other Obstacles to Spirituality.  Vincentians 7th International Conference Promoting Business Ethics.  New  York, NY.  (September 21-23, 2000). Invited speaker.

  • **Performance Measurement in a Telecommuting Environment.  With Louis Brennan.  Performance Measurement Past, Present, and Future.  Cambridge, England.  (July 19-21, 2000).  Proceedings, 633-640.

  • **The Human Disconnect..  With Louis Brennan.  IAMOT (International Association for the Management of Technology).  Miami, FL.  (Feb. 20-24, 2000).  Proceedings,  on CD ROM (no page numbers).

  • Once Upon a Time.  Case Writing Workshops, Merrimack College, North Andover, MA.  January 2000 and June 2000.

  • **The Pressure-Release Effect:  An Interdisciplinary Taxonomy.  Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management 7.  Annapolis, MD.  (Nov. 4-6, 1999).  Proceedings,  100-106.

  • Telecommuting Project:  Initial Findings.  Teaming in Cyberspace, NTL Institute for Applied Behavior Science.  New York City (May 12-14, 1999).

  • **Reason, Emotion, and Spirituality  in Management Theory.  (with P. Primeaux, S.M.).  Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting, Newport, RI.  (March, 1999).  Proceedings on CD ROM.

  • **The Learning Challenge.  CASE Association Conference.   Newport, RI.  (March, 1999).  Proceedings – electronic, 34-45.

  • Business Ethics Moves into the New Millennium:  The Status of Current Research  (Panel with M. Maury, P. Primeaux, SM, and R. Vega). Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting, Boston, MA  (March, 1998)

  • **Vega, Gina.  (January 1998).  End Game Strategy:  A Case Model., Proceedings of the 1998 USASBE Conference. (Internet Version).

  • **Vega, Gina and Robert A. Vega.  (October 1997).  The people you love to hate.  Proceedings of the Fourth Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics. Garden City, NY  (October 30-Nov 1, 1997). 

  • Doctoral Seminar Convener (with Colin Greer and James Lacey) at The Union Institute, Cincinnati, OH, December 6-10, 1996: Leadership for the 21st Century.

  • Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, August 9-14, 1996:  Pre-conference Workshop for MED Division The Town Hall Model and Other Keen Stuff. Discussant  MH Division:  Samuel A. Stouffer and The American Soldier (Anita K. Heck)

  • Petroleum Marketers Association of America (PMAA), 14th National Oil Heat Conference  Strategies and Solutions, July 24-26, 1996:  Seminar Presentation  Case study of a heating oil business in transition: The story of HVAC Company.

  • **United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), 10th annual National Conference, January 12-14, 1996:  Paper Presentation  Women, men and the nature of entrepreneurship.  Proceedings, 259-269; Panelist  Publishing in the field of entrepreneurship: The author's perspective.

  • **The Second Annual Vincentian Conference Promoting Business Ethics, New York, NY, November 2-4, 1995:   Paper Presentation  Caveat emptor: Ethical chauvinism in a global society.  Proceedings, 968-982.

 

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